Congrats to Gayla! She will join a cadre of discipline experts including many Fulbright alumni, reflecting a range of disciplines and institutions, who will evaluate applications for the 2019-20 academic year.
Published: Aug 3 2018 - 10:51am
Yesterday, during Russian Table, grad students Veronica Muskheli and Nathan Marks taught students about traditional Russian food. The group prepared and enjoyed Salad Olivier (салат Оливье). It is a traditional Russian version of an enhanced potato salad. It has cooked potatoes, carrots, and green peas, hard-boiled eggs, raw onion, and pickles - all salted, peppered, and dressed with mayonnaise. It is a Russian-French fusion dish that is a must on any Russian festive table since 1860s. A big... Read more
Associate Professor Jose Alaniz pontificates on old age in cinema, rails against bad animal metaphors and coins the phrase "euthanasian farce" in his review of the new Russian film "Thawed Carp," now up at KinoKultura: http://www.kinokultura.com/2018/61r-karp-otmorozhenny.shtml.
Published: Jun 29 2018 - 10:32am
On May 11th the Slavic department held our 50th anniversary celebration. Author Douglas Smith delivered a fantastic talk about his latest book "Rasputin: Faith, Power, and the Twilight of the Romanovs". The lecture was followed by a reception in the Walker Ames room. A wonderful time was had by all. Special thanks to Piotr Horoszowski for his great photos. More can be found... Read more
Published: Jun 18 2018 - 2:50pm
The Slavic Department held our annual convocation celebration on 6/8/2018 in Suzzallo Library's Smith room. Dr. B. Amarilis Lugo de Fabritz was our keynote speaker. She spoke about her time as a Ph.D. student at the department and offered advice to all of our graduation students. All of our graduates and award winners can be found on the uploaded program. We want to offer our most heartfelt congratulations to our students for all of their hard work. We wish you all the best in your bright... Read more
Published: May 30 2018 - 12:42pm
Published: Apr 16 2018 - 12:38pm
Big thanks to our undergrad adviser, Gina Gould, for tracking down the course listings from 1969/70. This is the first time that the Slavic Department appeared in the course listings. The pics below have a summary of the department and its programs as well as a listing of our course offerings. Note that we were listed alphabetically directly after "Secretarial Studies". You can also spy James Augerot (current Professor Emeritus) listed among the facutly as an Assistant Professor! This find... Read more
José Alaniz, has been selected to be recognized at the Latinx Faculty Recognition Event. This annual event honors the scholarly achievements of Latina and Latino faculty across the tri-campuses of the University of Washington for the academic year 2017-2018. Criteria for recognition include: promotion to associate or full professor, acceptance or publication of an article in a high impact journal, publication of a book, securing a major grant or retiring during or near the end of the academic... Read more
Congratulations to department undergraduate major, Alexis McClimans. She will have an essay published in the Spring version of "The Birch", a Slavic studies journal published by the University of Columbia. Her paper is titled "The Politics of Adaptation: the Violence of Ovashvili’s The Other Bank." The essay examines the differences between Nugzar Shataidze's short story "Journey to Africa" and George Ovashvili's adaptation The Other Bank, and how those changes represent the shifting political... Read more
Published: Apr 4 2018 - 1:30pm
On Thursday, March 29th, Ph.D. Student Cyrus Rodgers and his wife Jen welcomed their daughter, Lucille, to the world. To quote her dad "She came into the world tired and fuzzy with a pretty full head of hair. She weighed 7lbs & 7oz." The Slavic Department hopes you will join us all in wishing Cyrus and his family congratulations on their new edition!