Professor Michal Oklot Published in recent book: Vladimir Nabokov in Context

Essays by Professor Michal Oklot and former Visiting Professor  Matthew Walker are included in a new collection of essays about Vladimir Nabokov, Vladimir Nabokov in Context. The book "challenges the myth of Nabokov as a sole genius who worked in isolation from his surroundings, as it seeks to anchor work firmly within the historical, cultural, intellectual, and political contexts of the turbulent twentieth century." 

(Distributed May 21, 2018)

Class of 2018 Senior Thesis Showcase

Come listen to presentations from three graduating seniors in Slavic Studies about their honors theses. The theses cover a range of topics from religion and culture to art and politics. Discussion and refreshments will follow. 

Date: May 2, 2018 at 2:30pm

Location: Marston Hall, Room 205

(Distributed April 26, 2018)


You are all invited to meet and chat with individual faculty in Slavic Studies! Explore what Slavic Studies have to offer in language, literature, cultural studies, linguistics, and the social sciences, including opportunities to study topics on diversity, social justice, power, and inclusion in Eastern Europe and Russia. 

(Distributed March 31, 2018)

The Russian Revolution Centenary Lecture Series

The Russian Revolution Centenary Lecture Series:

The Department of Slavic Studies is holding a series of lectures with distinguished guests. Please join us for thought-provoking lectures in which we look at the Russian Revolution from a perspective in history, art and film.

(Distributed March 20, 2018)
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