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  • Robin Judd | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    1933 recently was published by Cornell University Press Fall 2007 Her new project is Love at the Zero Hour European War Brides GI Husbands and European Strategies for Reconstruction Professor Judd has received several grants including the College of Humanities Virginia Hull Research Award an NEH summer stipend the Coca Cola grant for Critical Difference and the 2001 Clio award for teaching She has presented her work in the United

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  • Gregory Jusdanis | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    2012 2012 Onassis Visiting Scholar University of Michigan Universidad del Rosario Colombia Universidad de Cartagena Colombia Universidad de Buenos Aires 2011 American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship 2006 Humanities Distinguished Professor 2003 Distinguished Scholar Award The Ohio State University 1994 Woodrow Wilson Fellowship 1992 Guggenheim Fellowship Teaching Modern Greek literature and culture Travel World literature Identities Friendship Areas of Expertise Modern Greek Literature and Culture C P Cavafy Aesthetics Cultural

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  • Anthony Kaldellis | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    A New Herodotos Laonikos Chalkokondyles on the Ottoman Empire the Fall of Byzantium and the Emergence of the West Harvard University Press and Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection Cambridge MA Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Humanities forthcoming Laonikos Chalkokondyles The Histories Cambridge MA and London Harvard University Press Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library in preparation co authored with S Efthymiades The Prosopography of Byzantine Lesbos 284 1355 A D A Contribution to the Social History of the Byzantine Province Vienna Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 2010 Denkschriften der philosophish historischen Klasse v 403 Veröffentlichungen zur Byzanzforschung v 22 How to Usurp the Throne in Byzantium The Role of Public Opinion in Sedition and Rebellion in D G Angelov and M Saxby eds Power and Subversion in Byzantium Papers from the Forty Third Spring Symposium of Byzantine Studies University of Birmingham March 2010 Farnham UK and Burglinton VT Ashgate 2013 43 56 The Original Source for Tzimiskes Balkan Campaign 971 and the Emperor s Classicizing Propaganda Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 37 2013 1 18 Areas of Expertise Byzantine studies Greek historiography Plato Education PhD in History from the University of Michigan Classics History field asc people picture overrid kaldellis 1 osu

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  • James Kinard | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    the Texas Society of CPAs and the AICPA He has been active in the Russian Federation as director of two USIA university partnership program grants that provided the developing market economy with students educated about management in market economies by developing faculty at three universities in Tomsk Russia A third grant from the Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Department of State s Educational Partnerships Program with two Tomsk universities about the forest products industry in the Tomsk Oblast is ongoing The grant period is from August 2001 to July 2006 Kinard s teaching and research interests concern the uses of information and information processing technology in the management of organizations His research has been published in several journals including the Accounting Review Journal of Accounting Research and Decision Sciences Current research interests in accounting include the international issues in management accounting especially exchange rates and transfer pricing and research on the theoretical aspects of the modern costing methods particularly ABC which are of critical importance in the globally competitive environment for manufacturing logistics and service organizations Areas of Expertise Information technology in the management of organizations Activity based costing Exchange rates Transfer pricing Management accounting Education PhD

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  • Marianna Klochko | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    society This puzzle led me to study corruption and the possibility that a disruptive transition such as the one experienced by the successor states of the USSR might lead society from one imperfect equilibrium to another In the process of trying to understand corruption I realized that other social phenomena are influenced by a similar factor namely the discount people place on future outcomes as compared to more temporally immediate things This has led me to focus on the relationship between individual time preferences and social phenomena such as drug addiction gang membership and prisoner recidivism What might drug addicts criminally inclined youth and prisoners have in common and what are the psychological parameters that participation in AA programs and prison rehabilitation programs are intended to impact I address questions of this sort from the assumption that people s time preferences are not constant and are subject to change due to the exposure to a new culture life changing events and interaction with others in the new social settings More work needs to be done do determine the role of different social factors and the way they interact and affect the change in individual time preferences Of course my origins

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  • Eileen Kunkler | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    Studies Main menu Home About Us MA Program Funding Outreach Career Development Resources You are here Home People Eileen Kunkler Eileen Kunkler Assistant Director of the Center for Slavic and East European Studies Staff field asc people picture overrid kunkler 10 osu edu Phone 614 292 8770 303A Oxley Hall 1712 Neil Ave Columbus OH 43210 College of Arts and Sciences Contact Us 1712 Neil Ave 303 Oxley Hall Columbus

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  • Jessie Labov | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    Home People Jessie Labov Jessie Labov Assistant Professor Associated Faculty Dr Labov teaches classes on Polish literature comparative Central European culture and film media studies She received her PhD in Comparative Literature at New York University in 2004 where she defended her thesis on the idea of Central Europe as it was reinvented in the 1980s by émigrés living in the West From 2004 2007 she was a postdoc at Stanford in the Department of Comparative Literature where she researched further connections between underground samizdat literature tamizdat publishing and foreign radio broadcasting Her co edited volume on this topic Samizdat Tamizdat and Beyond was published by Berghahn Books in March 2013 She has also published articles on Yugoslav popular culture Polish film and the historical controversy over Polish Jewish relations during WWII Current research projects include a monograph entitled Transatlantic Central Europe and a follow up project on film crossing borders in postwar Europe Areas of Expertise Central and Southeast European literature and film Education PhD in Comparative Literature from New York University Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures field asc people picture overrid labov 1 osu edu 418 Hagerty Hall 1775 College Road Columbus OH 43210 DSEELC webpage

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  • Scott Levi | Center for Slavic and East European Studies
    Scott Levi Associate Professor Associated Faculty Professor Scott Levi joined the OSU History Department in 2008 as a specialist in the history of Islamic Central Asia He earned his PhD in History at the University of Wisconsin Madison 2000 Professor Levi s research focuses on the socio economic history of early modern pre colonial Central Asia In addition to multiple journal articles book chapters and other publications Professor Levi has authored The Indian Diaspora in Central Asia and its Trade 1550 1900 Leiden E J Brill 2002 He has also edited India and Central Asia Commerce and Culture 1500 1800 Delhi Oxford University Press 2007 and co edited with Ron Sela Islamic Central Asia An Anthology of Sources Bloomington Indiana University Press 2010 His current projects include a history of the Khanate of Khoqand 1799 1876 that seeks to connect the Khanate s rapid rise and fall to larger Eurasian and global historical patterns Professor Levi is a recipient of the 2011 OSU Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching Areas of Expertise History of Islamic Central Asia Education PhD in History from the University of Wisconin History field asc people picture overrid levi 18 osu edu 269 Dulles Hall 230 West

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