Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
Muskheli, Veronica. Narration’s Warp and Weft: East Slavic Folktales and Short Stories about Mothers and Daughters. Diss., 2021. Graduate, Dissertations
Ellett, Matt. The language of good people or a brainless mixture: Language attitudes and perception of mixed Ukrainian-Russian speech in Ukraine. Diss., 2020. Graduate, Dissertations
Paul W. Morton. The Zagreb School of Animation and the Unperfect. Diss. in the CLCM Department, 2018. Graduate, Dissertations
Boyd, Matt. From the Other Side by Other Means: Politics, Neoliberalism and Resistance in the Socialist Punk and New Wave of Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union. Diss., 2017. Graduate, Dissertations
Petrovic, Aleksandra.  Minority Language Rights and Their Implementation in the Republic of Serbia Graduate, Dissertations
Doubivko, Elena A.  Reclaiming the Rusalka: Towards Multiplicities of Gender in Russian Literary and Visual Culture, 2013. Graduate, Dissertations
Egorova, Veronika. Language, Cognition, and Manipulation in Advertising Discourse, 2013. Graduate, Dissertations
Glazkova, Anna S. A Constructive Grammar Approach to Russian Reflexives. Diss., 2011. Graduate, Dissertations
Schuckman, Emily E. Representations of the prostitute in contemporary Russian literature and film. Diss., 2008. Graduate, Dissertations
Yuzefpolskaya, Sofiya. The Pulse of Time: Immortality and the Word in the Poetry of Arsenii Tarkovskii. Diss., 2005. Graduate, Dissertations
Mills, Charles H. Czech clitic placement. Diss., 2004. Graduate, Dissertations
Lugo De Fabritz, Brunilda Amarilis. The absent father, the permanent son and the paternal state: Patterns of national narrative in the post-totalitarian films of Russia, Czech Republic, Poland, Spain and Cuba. Diss., 2001. Graduate, Dissertations
Tapp, Linda S. Sacrificing the intelligentsia: Paradigms of spiritual renewal in Bely and Babel. Diss., 2000. Graduate, Dissertations
Schwartz, Geoffrey J. The Lemko and Slavic palatalizations - An acoustic and perceptual approach to historical phonology. Diss., 2000. Graduate, Dissertations
Riley, Timothy G. It's Alive!: Grammatical animacy in Russian, Polish, and Czech. Diss., 1999. Graduate, Dissertations
Livingston, Donald E. Discontinuous case in Russian number phrases: an analysis under generalized phrase structure grammar. Diss., 1998. Graduate, Dissertations
Collopy, Erin. A quantitative and lexical analysis of genitive/accusative variation in Russian. Diss., 1998. Graduate, Dissertations
Hall, Mica J. Russian as spoken by the Crimean Tatars. Diss., 1997. Graduate, Dissertations
Hoogen, Marilyn M. Igor Stravinsky, Nikolai Roerich, and the healing power of paganism. "The Rite of Spring" as ecstatic ritual of renewal for the Twentieth Century. Diss., 1997. Graduate, Dissertations
Samoukova, Galina P. Word production in Russian. An examination of Nonce words, borrowings, child language, and folk etymology. Diss., 1997. Graduate, Dissertations
McPeak, Rickie A. Iconoclasm or Iconography? The Death of the "Other" in Lev Tolstoy's Prose. Diss., 1996. Graduate, Dissertations
Qualin, Anthony J. Exile, alienation, and the cultural other in the works of Timur Pulatov and Chingiz Aitmatov. Diss., 1996. Graduate, Dissertations
Frumkes, Lisa A. Design and Materials for an Electronic Textbook for First-Year Russian. Diss., 1996. Graduate, Dissertations
Graber, David S. National solutions to cultural decline in Russian, Polish and German literature at the end of the Great War: Russian Scythianism, Waclaw Berent's Living Stones, and Thomas Mann's Reflections. Diss., 1996. Graduate, Dissertations
Lee, Hyung-Goo. How "Authentic" was Russian Neo-Classicism?: A Re-Examination of the Sources and Dissemination of Classical Knowledge in Russia and the Problem of Literary Taste. Diss., 1995. Graduate, Dissertations