Ukrainian studies; 19th-century French-Slavic cultural relations; theater and politics; Orientalism.
M.A.1999 (French and Women’s Studies), Ph.D. 2002 (Literary Studies) – Brandeis University
M.L.S. 1988 (Library Science) – State University of New York at Albany
B.A. 1986 (French and Geography) – University of Vermont
"The (Re)Fashioning of an Archetype of Genius: Mazepa in 19th-Century French Literature and Art." In Poltava 1709: The Battle and the Myth, ed. Serhii Plokhy. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2012 (forthcoming)
"Samizdat and Dissident Archives: Trends in Their Acquisition, Preservation and Access in North American Repositories." Slavic & East European Information Resources 13.1 (2012) (forthcoming)
"L'Ukrainien défendu: Censorship, Diplomacy and Literary Questions in an Era of Franco-Russian Rapprochement." Harvard Ukrainian Studies 30 (2008) (forthcoming)
"History of the Ukrainian Collection at the University of Toronto Library." Solanus 22 (2011): 126-43.
Through Foreign Latitudes and Unknown Tomorrows: Three Hundred Years of Ukrainian Émigré Political Culture: Exhibition and Catalogue. Toronto: Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, 2010. 102 p.
“Marie de Grandval's 'Mazeppa' on the French Operatic Stage” (in Ukrainian). In Vidkrytyi arkhiv 1 (2004): 245-84.
“La Jeanne d’Arc des Steppes: A Ukrainian Peasant Girl as Heroine of the Third Republic.” Vampirettes, Wretches, and Amazons: Western Representations of East European Women, eds. Valentina Glajar and Domnica Radulescu. (New York: East European Monographs, 2004). 61-90.