Slavic Studies Faculty

Marijian Despalatovic, Senior Lecturer Emeritus Marijian Despalatovic, Senior Lecturer Emeritus

Marijian Despalatovic, Senior Lecturer Emeritus
Russian language and literature • Chekhov • Dostoevsky • Semiotics • Marxism

Petko Ivanov, Lecturer in Slavic Studies Petko Ivanov, Lecturer in Slavic Studies

Petko Ivanov, Lecturer in Slavic Studies
Cultural history of the Slavs • History of Slavistics • Linguistic anthropology • Second language acquisition • Nationalism • Ethnography of religion • Polish and Balkan studies

Andrea D. Lanoux, Associate Professor of Slavic Studies, Chair of Slavic Studies Department Andrea D. Lanoux, Associate Professor of Slavic Studies, Chair of Slavic Studies Department

Andrea D. Lanoux, Associate Professor of Slavic Studies, Chair of Slavic Studies Department
Russian and Polish languages and literatures • Gender studies in Slavic cultures • Nationhood and nationalism studies • Literary canon formation • Post-Soviet children's literature

Tony Lin, C3 Postdoctoral Fellow, Slavic Studies Tony Lin, C3 Postdoctoral Fellow, Slavic Studies

Tony Lin, C3 Postdoctoral Fellow, Slavic Studies
Russian literature and music of the 19th and 20th centuries • Polish literature from Mickiewicz and beyond • Fryderyk Chopin in Polish and Russian culture • Transposition/Intermediality studies (relationship between literature and other art forms) • Theater of the Absurd

Associated Faculty

Joseph Alchermes, Associate Professor of Art History, Director of the Architectural Studies Program

Joseph Alchermes, Associate Professor of Art History, Director of the Architectural Studies Program
Late Roman art • Early Christian art • Byzantine art • Medieval architecture

Jane Dawson, Virginia Eason Weinmann '51 Professor of Government and Environmental Studies, Director of the Goodwin-Niering Center for the Environment

Jane Dawson, Virginia Eason Weinmann '51 Professor of Government and Environmental Studies, Director of the Goodwin-Niering Center for the Environment  (On sabbatical Spring 2015)
International environmental justice • International environmental politics • Comparative environmental activism and politics

Eileen M. Kane, Assistant Professor of History

Eileen M. Kane, Assistant Professor of History
Russian/Soviet/post-Soviet history • Modern Europe • Empires

John Qunjian Tian, Associate Professor of Government and International Relations

John Qunjian Tian, Associate Professor of Government and International Relations
Chinese political economy • East Asian political economy • International political economy • Comparative political economy and politics

Retired Faculty

Marijian Despalatovic, Senior Lecturer Emeritus

Marijian Despalatovic, Senior Lecturer Emeritus
Russian language and literature • Chekhov • Dostoevsky • Semiotics • Marxism

Petko Ivanov, Lecturer in Slavic Studies

Petko Ivanov, Lecturer in Slavic Studies
Cultural history of the Slavs • History of Slavistics • Linguistic anthropology • Second language acquisition • Nationalism • Ethnography of religion • Polish and Balkan studies

Andrea D. Lanoux, Associate Professor of Slavic Studies, Chair of Slavic Studies Department

Andrea D. Lanoux, Associate Professor of Slavic Studies, Chair of Slavic Studies Department
Russian and Polish languages and literatures • Gender studies in Slavic cultures • Nationhood and nationalism studies • Literary canon formation • Post-Soviet children's literature

Tony Lin, C3 Postdoctoral Fellow, Slavic Studies

Tony Lin, C3 Postdoctoral Fellow, Slavic Studies
Russian literature and music of the 19th and 20th centuries • Polish literature from Mickiewicz and beyond • Fryderyk Chopin in Polish and Russian culture • Transposition/Intermediality studies (relationship between literature and other art forms) • Theater of the Absurd

Contact Information:

Phone:
860-439-5148

Fax:
860-439-5340

Email alano@conncoll.edu

 

Department of Slavic Studies
Andrea Lanoux, Chair
Connecticut College
Box 5301
New London, CT 06320-4196