Skip to:

SLAVIC LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES.NEWS

Jun 30, 2022
  Sarah Prodan, Assistant Professor of French and Italian addressed the graduates at the DLCL 2022 Commencement on Sunday, June 12, 2022 at Dinkelspiel Auditorium with the following speech: "Hello, and a warm congratulations to our graduates! My name is Sarah Prodan, and I am a faculty member in the Department of French and Italian. It is my pleasure and my honor to speak to you on behalf of the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages. In preparing for today, I contemplated many different addresses. Some of them humorous. One of them titled “Of Unicorns”:  not the...
Mar 07, 2022
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has not only impacted the Ukrainian people, it has also put Ukrainian cultural heritage in jeopardy. From museums with irreplaceable collections to libraries with unique manuscripts, all of these materials are at risk of being lost. While rescuing physical objects is extremely difficult in the circumstances of war, many museums and libraries have put digital surrogates of some of their collections online -- or at least records of the existence of these objects. On March 1st, the SUCHO (Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online) project launched to try to create...
Jul 14, 2021
The Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Stanford University is seeking applications for a tenure-line Assistant Professor. The primary area is Russian literature and culture over all periods of their history. Candidates with expertise in other Slavic languages and cultures are also welcome to apply. The Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures is part of the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, a consortium of departments that collaborate on curricular and research initiatives and on hiring. Candidates must demonstrate strong scholarship and excellence in...
Jun 28, 2021
In February 2021, Yuliya Ilchuk published her first book titled, Nikolai Gogol: Performing Hybrid Identity. One of the great writers of the nineteenth century, Nikolai Gogol was born and raised in Ukraine before he was lionized and canonized in Russia. The ambiguities within his subversive, ironic works are matched by those that surround the debate over his national identity. This book presents a completely new assessment of the problem: rather than adopting the predominant "either/or" perspective – wherein Gogol is seen as either Ukrainian or Russian – it shows how his cultural...
Mar 23, 2021
The department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Stanford University is seeking applications for an acting assistant professor in the primary area of Russian literature and culture. The Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures is part of the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, a consortium of departments that collaborate on curricular and research initiatives. The primary specialization is in the 20th century; candidates with training in other disciplines, other subfields or periods, and other languages, including other Slavic languages, are encouraged to apply....
Jun 11, 2020
Cécile Alduy, Professor of French Literature and Culture and Chair of the Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, recently wrote an article for The Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University regarding gender and the COVID-19 pandemic. The article, "The Elephant in the Room is a Homeschooled Toddler (and Sometimes Three)" was published by The Clayman Institute on June 4, 2020.

Pages