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!
Professor Sasha Senderovich has an article published in the Stranger about the shuttering of Seattle's Russian Consulate. It's a great read so be sure to check it out.
Published: Mar 20 2018 - 11:31am
UW Slavic librarian, Michael Biggins, will be delivering the keynote address "Canons Continually Recast: Claiming Space for the Genius of Europe’s Borderlands" at the annual Midwest Slavic Conference at Ohio State this Saturday, March 24th. More information and an abstract of the talk can be found here
Congratulations to Jake Hansen, a department undergrad major. He recently received news that his translation of "The Bus" (Rus: Автобус) written by contemporary prose writer Olga Isayeva was accepted for publication by The Birch (an undergraduate Slavic & Eastern European Studies journal put out by Columbia University). Prior to this, Isayeva's work has never been published in English translation. Hats off to Jake!... Read more
Slavic is pleased to welcome our new Undergraduate adviser. Gina Gould joins us this week. She is also the UG adviser for the UW Philosophy Department. Her hours with us will be M,W,F 12:30-2:30pm and T,Th 2:30-4:30pm. Her office will be Padelford A210 and her email is email@example.com. Please join us in welcoming her to the department.
Slavic's own José Alaniz was recently publichsed in the works below * “The Shoah, Czech Comics and Drda/Mazal’s The Enormous Disc of the Sun.” Journal of Modern Jewish Studies. Vol. 17, No. 1 (2018): 64-78. * “‘We Are All Scream!: Woodgod and the ‘Animal Superhero.’” Critical Animal Studies and Superheroes: The Heroic Beasts of Total Liberation. Ed. Joe Leeson Schatz and Sean Parson. Lexington Books, 2017... Read more
Beginning December 21, 2017, all new donations to the University of Washington’s Roma Boniecka-Anna Cienciala Endowment for Slovene Studies up to a total of $50,000 will be matched one-to-one, up to maximum total combined contributions of $100,000, thanks to a generous offer from a private sponsor. This means that your donation of $500, for example, will automatically trigger an equal contribution by the sponsor, resulting in a combined contribution to the UW Slovene... Read more