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Author/Titlesort descending Research Type Related Fields
Gordana P. Crnković, Sabrian P. Ramet, eds. Kazaaam! Splat! Ploof!: The American Impact on European Popular Culture, since 1945. Landham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2003. Publications, Books 20th Century, East European, Global and Transnational Studies, Popular Culture, West European
Gordana P. Crnković. Post-Yugoslav Literature and Film: Fires, Foundations, Flourishes. London and New York: Continuum, 2012. Publications, Books Film/Cinema, Literature, Slavic
Gordana P.Crnkovic, Imagined Dialogues: Eastern European Literature in Conversation with American and English Literature.  Evanston, Ill:  Northwestern University Press, 2000.  Publications, Books 20th Century, American, Bosnian Croatian Montenegrin Serbian, East European, English
James Augerot. "Romanian" in Encyclopedia of Language and Linguistics. 2nd ed. Edited by Keith Brown. Elsevier: Oxford, 2006. 660-663. Publications, Essays Linguistics, Romanian
James Augerot. Romanian-Limba Româna. Center for Romanian Studies, Iasi, 1999. 360pp. Publications, Books Romanian
James West, co-author. In Living Memory: The Persistence of Traditional Images in Russian Visual Culture. (Outline accepted by American Academic Press, under consideration by Rizzoli). In progress. Publications, Books Russian, Visual Culture
James West. The Icon and the Word: Literature and Painitng Russian Culture. (Provisionally accepted for publication by University of Washington Press, funding sought for illustrations). Publications, Books Russian, Visual Arts, Visual Culture
James West. The Russian Idea: Russian Philosophical Nationalism Since 1880. In progress. Publications, Books Law and Political Thought, Philosophy, Russian
José Alaniz. "Crowd Control: Anxiety of Effluence in Sokurov's 'Russian Ark.'" in Sokurov anthology, ed. Birgit Beumers and Nancy Condee. Publications, Essays Literature, Russian
Jose Alaniz.  “([Post-] Soviet Zone of Dystopia: Voronovich/Tkalenko’s Sterva.” Slavic & East European Journal, No. 57 (2) (Summer 2013). Publications, Essays Russian
José Alaniz. 2010. Komiks: Comic Art in Russia. University Press of Mississippi. Publications, Books Comics, Russian, Visual Culture
José Alaniz. 2014. Death, Disability and the Superhero: The Silver Age and Beyond. University Press of Mississippi.  Publications, Books Comics, Disability, Slavic
José Alaniz.  “Czech Comics Anthropology: Life and Story in O přibjehi: Keva.” Comics Forum (May 11, 2012). Publications, Essays Comics, Czech-Slovak
José Alaniz.  “History in Czech Comics: Lucie Lomová’s Divoši.” Ulbandus, Vol. 15 (2013). Publications, Essays Comics, Czech-Slovak
José Alaniz.  “Stuttering, Glossolalia and The Body in Sorokin’s A Month in Dachau.” Vladimir Sorokin's Languages. Ed. Tine Roesen and Dirk Uffelmann. Bergen: University of Bergen Press,  2013. Publications, Essays Russian
José Alaniz.  “‘Will You Listen to That!’: (Dis)Ability in Moore/Willingham’s In Blackest Night.” Comics Forum (Sept. 7, 2012). Publications, Essays Comics, Disability
Katarzyna Dziwirek, Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk, eds. Studies in Cognitive Corpus Linguistics. Peter Lang Publishing Group, 2009. Publications, Books Linguistics
Katarzyna Dziwirek, Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk. Complex Emotions and Grammatical Mismatches: A Contrastive Corpus-Based Study. Mouton de Gruyter, 2010. Publications, Books Linguistics
Katarzyna Dziwirek, Bożena Nowicka McLees. "Polish in the U.S." In Language Diversity in the USA, ed. by Kim Potowski. Cambridge University Press, 2010. 238-254. Publications, Essays Linguistics, Polish
Katarzyna Dziwirek. Polish and English “Double Verb” Constructions. In Cognitive Processes in Language, Krzysztof Kosecki and Januszs Badio (eds).Peter Lang. 53-65. Publications, Essays Linguistics
Linguistic Regionalism in Eastern Europe and beyond: minority, regional and microliterary languages. Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Warszawa, Wien: Peter Lang. <https://www.peterlang.com/view/title/67572> Publications, Books 21st Century, Linguistics
Linguistic Vojvodina: Embordered Frontiers. Tomassz Kamusella & Motoki Nomachi, eds. The Multilingual Society Vojvodina. Intersecting Borders, Cultures and Identities. Sapporo: Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University. 2014. 1-23. Publications, Essays 21st Century, Balkan Studies, Slavic
Literature, Exile, Alterity: The New York Group of Ukrainian Poets, Academic Studies Press, August 2014, pp. 250. Publications, Books Poetry and Poetics, Ukrainian
Michael Biggins, trans. and author of afterword.  Drago Jančar. The Tree With No Name.  Champaign, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 2014. Publications, Books, Translations 20th Century, 21st Century, History, Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction, Slovene, Translation and Interpretation
Michael Biggins, trans. and author of afterword.  Vladimir Bartol. Alamut. Seattle: Scala House Press, 2004. (European edition: Ljubljana: Sanje, 2005. Paperback edition: San Francisco: North Atlantic Books, 2007.) Publications, Books, Translations 20th Century, Literature, Novel/Prose Fiction, Slovene, Translation and Interpretation

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