Congratulations to Dusty Wilmes, who succesfully defended his dissertation "Projecting Social Concerns: Auteur Cinema in the Putin Era" at the end of April! The committe consisted of Dr. Yana Hashamova (advisor), Dr. Helena Goscilo, Dr. Jennifer Suchland, Dr. Jessie Labov, and Dr.
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Cogratulations to Kate White, who successfully defended her dissertation "Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition in Context" at the end of April! The committee consisted of Dr. Ludmila Isurin (advisor), Dr. Wynne Wong from French/Italian, and Dr. Leslie Moore from Education.
Congratulations to Helen Myers, who successfully defended her dissertation "A Semiotic Revaluation of Russian Prose Fiction in Modern Russian Film Adaptations" in April! The committee consisted of Dr.
Congratulations to Lauren Ressue, who in April defended her dissertation, "Reciprocity in Russian: an investigation of the syntactic, semantic and pragmatic interfaces." The committee consisted of Judith Tonhauser (co-chair), Andrea Sims (co-chair), and Daniel Collins.
Nina Haviernikova was awarded an Arts & Humanities Graduate Research Small Grant, which will partially fund her participation in the Globalizing Sociolinguistics Conference at the University of Leiden, the Netherlands, scheduled for June 18-20, 2015.
Yana Hashamova, Professor of Slavic Studies (PI) and Jennifer Suchland, Associate Professor of Slavic Studies and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (co-PI) have been awarded a two-year collaborative grant from the Slovenian International Integration Agency and the European Science Foundation