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- Welcome to the new graduate
- students:
- Andriy Bilenkyy
- - University of Toronto
- Tomi Haxhi
- - McGill University
- Barnabas Kirk
- - University of Bristol
- Wiktoria Kuglin
- - Ryerson University
- Chloe Papadopoulos
- - University of Toronto
- Kirsteen Redpath
- - University of Glasgow
- Annemarie Sherlock
- - University of Toronto


- Congratulations to
- Chloe Papadopoulos for winning
- the Joseph Armand Bombardier
- Canada Graduate Scholarship!


- Prof. Maxim Tarnawsky's book
- on Ivan Nechuj-Levyc'kyj has
- been accepted for publication!


- Prof. Leonid Livak has been
- named a Resident Research
- Fellow of the Institut d'études
- avancées in Paris, where he will
- work, in the academic year
- 2014-15, on his research
- project "Cultural and Linguistic
- Displacement in the Creative
- Activity of Modern European
- Writers."


- On Apr. 8, writer Myrna Kostash
- and Prof. Dragana Obradovic
- reflected on personal and literary
- perspectives of Sarajevo. Special
- thanks to the support of the Avie
- Bennett Chair in Canadian
- Literature, Department of
- English.


- Prof. Maxim Tarnawsky was a
- keynote speaker at an event
- honouring Taras Shevchenko at
- the United Nations on Feb. 27.
- UofT News article.
- Event video.
- (Prof. Tarnawsky begins at
- approximately 1hr. and 10min.
- into the video)


- Prof. Christina Kramer's NEA
- award was posted to the NEA
- Writers' Corner.
- View site.


- The Slavic Department's talent
- show was held on March 7.
- View photos.


- Photos from the 2013 Award
- Ceremony are available.
- View photos.
- More info.


- The Spring 2013
- Departmental Newsletter
- has been released.
- Read newsletter.


- Toronto Slavic Quarterly


-
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Upcoming Events


- April 24-25
- Alumni Hall 400
- We are pleased to announce
- the programme of "Synthesizing
- Eastern Europe", to be held at
- the Slavic Department. The
- keynote speaker is Anna Berman
- of the University of McGill. The
- conference will be hosting
- speakers from across North
- America. All are welcome.
- Contact Ian Garner for details.
- More info.


- Fri., April 25, 7-10 p.m.
- COOP (North of Brennan Hall)
- An evening with Eva Stachniak,
- the internationally best selling
- author of The Winter Palace,
-
launching her new novel about
- Catherine the Great, Empress
- of the Night.
This event is also a
- fundraiser for the Polish
- Language and Literature
- Program at UofT. All proceeds
- from the book sale will support
- the Polish Studies Fund.
- View poster.


- Tues., April 29, 12:00 p.m.
- Alumni Hall Rm. 406 B
- Polish Language Placement Test


- Sat., May 3, 6:30 p.m.

- Alumni Hall Rm. 400
- Prof. Michael M. Naydan
- (Pennsylvania State University)
- will give a lecture, "Back to the
- Village: Folklore and Folk
- Beliefs in Contemporary
- Ukrainian Literature."


- Upcoming Backpack to
- Briefcase (b2B) programs.
- More info.


-
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Resources


- AATSEEL Resources


- MLA International Bibliography


- Slavic & East European Studies


- SMC Film Database


- Soviet Samizdat Periodicals


- UofT Library Catalogue Search

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Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
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