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  • Brian Joseph | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    Naylor Professor of South Slavic Linguistics Dr Joseph s main areas of interest are historical linguistics Greek linguistics Balkan linguistics and morphological theory with secondary areas of interest being language and ethnicity Sanskrit linguistics and Indo European linguistics in general Areas of Expertise Historical linguistics Greek linguistics Albanian Balkan linguistics Language contact Education PhD in Linguistics from Harvard University Linguistics Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures field asc people

    Original URL path: https://slaviccenter.osu.edu/people/joseph.1 (2015-11-11)
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  • Jill Bystydzienski | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    Professor Associated Faculty Dr Jill Bystydzienski s current research examines barriers to advancement of girls and women in science technology and engineering fields She is a co principal investigator on two National Science Foundation grants that focus on women in the sciences and engineering She also has done work on women gender and politics in international and global perspective with politics broadly defined to encompass established political institutions and women s movements organizations and actions Her most recent research in this area focuses on women s movements and feminisms in post Soviet countries Another area of interest is women and gender in cross cultural perspective particularly the phenomenon of crossing cultures and cultural barriers and building coalitions across difference Most Recent Publications Intercultural Couples Crossing Boundaries Negotiating Difference New York University Press 2011 Removing Barriers Women in Academic Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics co edited with Sharon R Bird Bloomington Indiana University Press 2006 Gender Language and Globalization in Language and Power edited by Birgit Brock Utne and Gunnar Garbo Dar Es Salaaam Tanzania Nkuki naNyota Publishers 2009 Education PhD in Educational Foundations and Sociology from the State University of New York Women s Gender and Sexuality Studies field asc

    Original URL path: https://slaviccenter.osu.edu/people/bystydzienski.1 (2015-11-11)
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  • David Hoffmann | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    David Hoffmann Professor Associated Faculty Professor Hoffmann is a specialist in Russian and Soviet history with a particular focus on the political social and cultural history of Stalinism His most recent monograph is Cultivating the Masses Modern State Practices and Soviet Socialism 1914 1939 Cornell University Press 2011 He is also the author of Peasant Metropolis Social Identities in Moscow 1929 1941 Cornell University Press 1994 which won the Ohio Academy of History award for best book in 1995 and of Stalinist Values The Cultural Norms of Soviet Modernity 1917 1941 Cornell University Press 2003 which analyzes Soviet official culture and the ideological and behavioral norms it was designed to instill He is also the editor of Stalinism The Essential Readings Blackwell Publishers 2002 and co editor of Russian Modernity Politics Knowledge Practices Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2000 He is currently writing two books The Stalinist Era Cambridge University Press forthcoming and The Motherland Calls War Gender and Memory in the Soviet Union 1941 1991 Areas of Expertise Russian and Soviet history Political social and cultural history of Stalinism Education PhD in History from Columbia University History field asc people picture overrid hoffmann 218 osu edu 212 Dulles Hall 230 West

    Original URL path: https://slaviccenter.osu.edu/people/hoffmann.218 (2015-11-11)
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  • Lindsey Korte | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    European Studies with aspirations to to work in government service or with an NGO after graduation Her focus is on human rights political and legal issues in Hungary and the Balkan nations including issues such as democratization political representation human trafficking and abuses and transitional justice Lindsey graduated with a B A in History with a minor in Anthropology in December 2012 She studied in Debrecen Hungary in 2012 and

    Original URL path: https://slaviccenter.osu.edu/people/korte.53 (2015-11-11)
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  • Polish Studies Initiative | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    OSU The mission of PSI is to advance the interdisciplinary study of Poland support student and faculty research and study abroad and to organize events focused on Poland Since its inception the PSI has already made an impact at The Ohio State University and abroad The Polish Studies Initiative annually hosts two to three major events on campus such as guest lectures film showings and other cultural events and small symposia related to Poland Additionally PSI has brought numerous speakers panels and events with Polish themes to the annual Midwest Slavic Conference at Ohio State Students studying Polish language or culture have the opportunity to apply for grants and scholarships through the initiative to further their education on the region The Polish Study initiative supports many distinguished Ohio State faculty members who have research projects related to Poland The initiative also reaches out to students of Polish heritage or students who are interested in Polish culture on campus through the Polish Club of OSU Furthermore PSI will cooperate with local diaspora groups the Polish American Club and the local chapter of the Kosciuszko Foundation to build a strong connection throughout the greater Columbus Polish community Donate to the Polish Studies

    Original URL path: https://slaviccenter.osu.edu/about/polish-studies (2015-11-11)
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  • Conferences | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    About Us Conferences Conferences Promoting Russian East European and Eurasian Scholarship As part of its mission to promote the knowledge and study of Russia Eastern Europe and Eurasia in Ohio and nationally the Center for Slavic and East European Studies CSEES organizes and supports a variety of conferences workshops and symposia to promote area studies scholarship This includes the Midwest Slavic Conference held each spring on The Ohio State University campus which is the largest regional Slavic area studies conference in the United States To read more about the Midwest Slavic Conference please see the menu on the right In addition to this annual conference CSEES works with other departments on campus and outside organizations to support and organize a variety of other events Select the Additional Conferences link on the right to see other conferences that CSEES has organized Recent Conferences Sixth International Hilandar Conference July 19 21 2013 Medieval Slavic Text and Images in the Cultures of Orthodoxy Marxist Literary Group Institute on Culture and Society June 24 28 2013 Marxism and Representation Film Adaptation Conference May 9 11 2013 Adaptation Russian Text into Film 0 Polish Studies Initiative Conferences Midwest Slavic Conference Additional Conferences Media Library Newsletters

    Original URL path: https://slaviccenter.osu.edu/about/conferences (2015-11-11)
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  • Media Library | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    s office We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause as we go through this transition process Complete List Media Library List Excel By Group Armenian Film List Excel Azeri Film List Excel Baltic Film List Excel Bosnian Film List Excel Bulgarian Film List Excel Croatian Film List Excel Czech Film List Excel Estonian Film List Excel Georgian Film List Excel German Film List Excel Greek Film List Excel Hungarian Film List Excel Kazakh Film List Excel Kosovo Film List Excel Kyrgyz Film List Excel Lithuanian Film List Excel Macedonian Film List Excel Polish Film List Excel Romanian Film List Excel Serbian Film List Excel Slovak Film List Excel Slovene Film List Excel Tajik Film List Excel Turkish Film List Excel Turkmen Film List Excel Ukrainian Film List Excel Uzbek Film List Excel Yiddish Film List Excel Former Yugoslavia Film List Excel Lending Policy Films are loaned to educators students and civic educational groups free of charge Up to two films may be borrowed at a time for no more than one week seven days including weekends For course preparation research and classroom instruction educators may borrow up to three films for a period of no more than two weeks Films are loaned on the basis of availability Reservations are accepted from educators for classroom instruction only and requests should be submitted at least two weeks in advance Additionally Ohio State faculty members and instructional staff may place films and tapes on reserve for student use by arrangement with the Center The timely return of films and tapes is the responsibility of the borrower Failure to return items promptly may result in the suspension of library privileges Film Library Hours Patrons may visit the CSEES Film and Videotape Library at the Center s office at 303 Oxley Hall 1712 Neil

    Original URL path: https://slaviccenter.osu.edu/about/media-library (2015-11-11)
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  • Newsletters | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    that highlights the achievements of its students and faculty news and events and other items related to the Center and the field of Slavic studies Current Newsletter Spring 2015 Past Newsletters Fall 2014 Spring 2014 pdf Fall 2013 pdf Spring 2013 pdf Fall 2012 pdf Spring 2012 pdf Fall 2011 pdf Spring 2011 pdf Fall 2010 pdf Spring 2010 pdf Fall 2009 pdf Spring 2009 pdf Fall 2008 pdf Spring 2008 pdf Winter 2007 pdf Fall 2006 pdf Spring 2006 pdf Winter 2006 pdf Fall 2005 pdf Spring 2005 pdf Winter 2005 pdf Fall 2004 pdf Spring 2004 pdf Winter 2004 pdf Fall 2003 pdf Spring 2003 pdf Winter 2003 pdf Fall 2002 pdf Spring 2002 pdf Many older editions of the newsletter including the Ohio Slavic and East European Newsletter can be found in Knowledge Bank in CSEES Community pdf Some links on this page are to pdf files Please contact CSEES directly at either csees osu edu or 614 292 8770 if you need assistance in accessing these documents in alternate formats PDF files require the use of Adobe Acrobat Reader software to open them If you do not have Reader you may use the following link to

    Original URL path: https://slaviccenter.osu.edu/about/newsletters (2015-11-11)
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