Affiliate Professor Ronald LeBlanc recently had his article "The Ethics and Politics of Diet: Tolstoy, Pilnyak, and the Modern Slaughterhouse" published in Gastronomica, the Journal of Critical Food Studies. To read the article, go to the Gastronomica website and click the link for PDF
Published: Dec 7 2017 - 9:46am
The Department has been featured in an article in the UW daily. You can read it in the paper edition or online here. Thanks to the Daily for profiling us. Be sure to check out this great article. *** One small correction to the information in the article, we do not currently offer Czech classes at this time****
Published: Oct 31 2017 - 10:06am
Affiliate Faculty member Maria Rewakowicz has just published a book "Ukraine's Quest for Identity: Embracing Cultural Hybridity in Literary Imagination, 1991-2011".Please see the attached press release from Lexington Books. UKRAINE'S QUEST FOR IDENTITY: EMBRACING CULTURAL HYBRIDITY IN LITERARY IMAGINATION, 1991-2011 is the first study that looks at the literary process in post-independence Ukraine... Read more
Published: Oct 25 2017 - 11:23am
Announcing the Call for Proposal for the 2018 UW - University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) Scholars exchange. UW Faculty, academic personnel, and senior grad students from all disciplines and fields of study are encouraged to apply. No knowledge of the Slovene language is required.
Published: Oct 25 2017 - 11:08am
The UW community welcomed Mr. Gorazd Žmavc, the Republic of Slovenia's Minister for Slovenes Abroad to the Seattle campus on Wednesday, October 18. About twenty-five UW students of Slovene, faculty alumni of the UW-University of Ljubljana Scholars Exchange, and members of the local Slovene-American community met with Minister Žmavc and two of his deputies at a reception in the Smith Room of Suzzallo Library. Our UW and Seattle area delegation stressed the value of online instruction in... Read more
Associate Professor José Alaniz is featured in the "Faculty Friday" section of the Whole U website. This interview goes into detail about the upcoming International Comic Art Forum that he is putting on next month, as well as delving into his background with comics and Russia in general. It is a fascinating read, check it out on the Whole U website
Published: Oct 16 2017 - 1:47pm
The Slavic Department is excited to announce the topic for Polish 420, to be taught in Winter 2018 by our visiting Fulbright Scholar Justyna Budzik. The title is: "Haunted images: New Polish cinema and Photography" What haunts contemporary Polish filmmakers and photographers? What specters of the past and the lost futures of Poland may we encounter in their works? What are the newest discoveries and successful artistic projects? We will study musicals, thrillers, intimate family dramas,... Read more
Slavic Department Professor José Alaniz has published another movie review on the New Russian Cinema website "KinoKultura". You can read it (in English) here
The Ohio State University SEEJ (Slavic and East European Journal) has launched the Slavic and East European Blog. They are currently soliciting submissions from graduate students and junior faculty of 500-1000 word essays, interviews and translations. They particularly encourage graduate students to use the blog to gain publishing experience. Blog posts will be SEEJ editor-reviewed and have the distinction of being featured on the... Read more
Published: Sep 18 2017 - 11:03am
Kudos to Professor Galya Diment was one of the editors and wrote the forward for "Katherine Mansfield and Russia" which was recently published by Edinburgh press. She also wrote an article for the publication. https://edinburghuniversitypress.com/book-katherine-mansfield-and-russia...