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OSU Hosts High School Russian Olympiada

March 23, 2015

On Saturday, March 21, nearly 30 students from across Ohio came to the Ohio State campus to participate in the 2015 High School Russian Olympiada. The Olympiada competition is the oldest of all the American Councils’ secondary school activities, dating to the 1960s.

Jennifer Suchland Receives Larger Grant

January 16, 2015

Professor Jennifer Suchland received the Arts & Humanities Larger Grant award for her project "Domesticating Human Trafficking: Re-signifying Violence in the United States."

Congratulations Dr. Suchland!

Helena Goscilo and Margaret Goscilo publish new book: Fade from Red

January 5, 2015
Fade from red: The Cold War ex-enemy in Russian and American film 1990-2005

Congratulations to SEELC Professor Helena Goscilo on the publication of her and Margaret Goscilo's new book, Fade from Red: The Cold-War Ex-Enemy in Russian and American Film, 1990-2005 (New Academia Publishing, 2014)!

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Jeff Parker publishes paper in SEEJ

January 5, 2015
Jeff Parker

Congratulations to Jeff Parker, whose paper "Solving Russian velars: Palatalization, the lexicon and gradient contrast utilization" has been accepted for publication in the Slavic and East European Journal (SEEJ). This paper was an outgrowth of his second professional paper.

Graduate students and faculty collaborate on paper

December 23, 2014
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Kate White and Michael Furman are co-authors with Prof. Ludmila Isurin on the paper "Talking to a stranger: Linguistic and non-linguistic behavior of Russian immigrants during 2010 census".