Ksenia Smykovskaya (Ксения Смыковская)
Graduate Student in Slavic Studies
Ksenia Smykovskaya is a native of Russia (Dubna, Moscow region). Before coming to Brown University, she graduated from the Russian State University for the Humanities with a BA in History and Classics (Moscow, 2009) and received her MA in Translation and Interculturality from the University of Seville (Spain, 2014). She also worked as a Russian language teacher in both Moscow and Seville. Ksenia’s research interests include nineteenth and early twentieth-century Russian literature (especially poetry), intertextuality, culture, and film.
Latin-Russian commented translation of Uita uel passio Sancti Desiderii a Sisebuto rege composita:
Ksenia Smykovskaya. “Korol’-agiograf Sisebut i ego Zhitie i muchenichestvo sviatogo Desideriia”. Teologiia i politika. Vlast’, Tserkov’ i tekst v korolevstvaj vestgotov (V – nachalo VIII v.). Issledovaniia i perevody. Ed. Aurov O. V. Moscow: Delo, 2017. 317-330. Print.