Published: Apr 23 2012 - 9:50am
Gordana Crnkovic’s latest book, Post-Yugoslav Literature and Film: Fires, Foundations, Flourishes, has just been published in both the U.S. and Europe. More information may be found at Bloomsbury Publishing.
Published: Apr 2 2012 - 9:09am
During winter quarter Affiliate Faculty Claudia Jensen taught a class with people hungry for education: honors students and former prison inmates in what has become the Post-Prison Community Collaboration Project.
Published: Mar 5 2012 - 1:55pm
Friend of the Slavic Department Mary Sherhart was honored by the Ethnic Heritage Council on March 2, 2012 with the Aspasia Phoutrides Pulakis Award for her significant contributions to a Northwest ethnic community. Mary, organizer of the Slavic Fest, is one of America’s leading artists in Balkan singing, a rare non-native recognized and loved by ethnic audiences.... Read more
Published: Feb 22 2012 - 10:53am
Check out the latest issue of the journal, Studies in Russian & Soviet Cinema Articles, for articles by former grad student Emily Schuckman Matthews (Ph.D. 2008) and current grad student Lena Doubivko. Congratulations to both!
Published: Dec 1 2011 - 9:24am
Galya Diment will be giving readings of her latest book, A Russian Jew of Bloomsbury, at Elliott Bay Book Store on January 24, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. and at University Book Store on January 30, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
Published: Nov 23 2011 - 8:55am
José Alaniz has been elected chair of the International Comic Arts Forum, the leading comics studies conference in America.
Published: Nov 17 2011 - 4:32pm
The UW Polish Studies Endowment Committee is hosting an exhibit honoring the 100th anniversary of Polish scientist Maria Skłodowska-Curie’s Nobel Prize in Chemistry through December 16 in the north lobby of the UW’s Allen Library. The exhibit is cosponsored by the Embassy of the Republic of Poland and created by the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Museum in Warsaw. Maria Skłodowska-Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and the first person to win the Nobel... Read more
Published: Oct 17 2011 - 3:02pm
Professor Galya Diment’s new book, A Russian Jew of Bloomsbury, is out from McGill-Queen’s University Press. Samuel Koteliansky (1880-1955) fled the pogroms of Russia in 1911 and established himself as a friend of many of Britain’s literati and intellectuals, who were fascinated by his homeland’s more civilized side: the Ballets Russes, Tolstoy... Read more
Published: Oct 6 2011 - 2:57pm
Professor Barbara Henry’s new book, Rewriting Russia: Jacob Gordin’s Yiddish Drama, is out from University of Washington Press. Jacob Gordin was the first major playwright of the “Golden Age” of New York’s Yiddish theater, which was not just entertainment but also a public forum, a force for education and acculturation, and a battleground for ideologies and... Read more