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  • Welcome Tatiana Filimonova

    Tatiana Filimonova has joined the Dartmouth Russian Department as assistant professor. Her office is in Reed Hall, room 204. In fall 2022 she will teach Russian 1 and winter 2023 Russian 2.

    Tatiana Filimonova

    Emily Hester'23, (double major in Russian Area Studies and Government) was selected to participate in the international student conference of the Institute for Eastern European Studies at the Freie Universität Berlin from 7th - 9th of October 2022.

    Emily Hester '23 will present in Berlin
  • Russian 71 Students' Translation Published

    Students from this spring's Russian 71 course, War in Translation: A Workshop (taught by Victoria Somoff) - have had their collaborative translation of a poem by Maria Galina, a Ukrainian poet from the city of Odessa, published in Alchemy.

    Alchemy A Journal of Translation
  • Russian 33 Film Series Summer 2022

    These feature and documentary films, made between the 1980s and the present day, track patterns of cultural and political change, state & domestic violence, social inequalities, and racism in recent Russian society. All films are in Reed 108, 6-8 pm. Free and open to the public.

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  • "Standing Up for Democracy"

    As Ukrainian student Marta Hulievska '25 copes with the situation back home, she hopes to make a difference.

    Marta Hulievska

Recent Publications

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  • The Fine Feats of the Five Cockerels Gang A Yugoslav Marxist-Surrealist Epic Poem for Children

    Aleksandar Bošković, Ainsley E. Morse

    Brill.Series: Avant-Garde Critical Studies, Volume: 40, 15 Mar 2022

  • "Little Big and the viral Gesamtkunstwerk" in Studies in Russian and Soviet Film

    Lynn Ellen Patyk

    Vol. 15 Issue 3 October 2021, 227-248

  • Word Play Experimental Poetry and Soviet Children's Literature

    Ainsley E. Morse

    Northwestern University Press (March 15, 2021)

  • The Imperative of Reliability

    Victoria Somoff

    Russian Prose on the Eve of the Novel, 1820s - 1850s (Studies in Russian Literature and Theory)