Graduate Student Tom Feerick Receives Summer Fellowship
New Polish Website for NU Students
Professor Kinga Kosmala has developed a new website that highlights Polish culture and showcases student projects in Polish classes at Northwestern. Watch for new content in the coming weeks.
Professor Cavanagh Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Graduate Student Tony Topoleski Awarded Fulbright
Professor Gurianova Discusses Russian Avant-Garde in Israel
Russian Language Table
The Russian Language Table meets in the foyer outside the Slavic Department office, Kresge 3305 (or in seminar room 3364), every other Thursday at 5pm. Spring quarter dates are Thursdays 4/11, 4/25/, 5/9, and 5/23, and Wednesday 6/5 during Reading Week. Slavic grad student Christopher Pike leads these conversations. All students welcome! Come practice Russian in an informal setting and enjoy refreshments! Contact Professor Elisabeth Elliott for more information.
Please contact Pani Kinga for information on Polish classes and events.
Northwestern Alum Returns to Give Talk
On March 8th, Michal Oklot, Ph.D. in Slavic Languages and Literatures at Northwestern University in 2005, returned to give a talk titled: "Kronos: The Real Life of Witold Gombrowicz." Oklot is Associate Professor at Brown University in the Department of Slavic Studies. The discussion is part of "visit weekend" for visiting graduate applicants, current students, and faculty.
Celebrating Polish Culture
Professor Kinga Kosmala led a pierogi cooking lesson with a chef from Tata's Pierogi on the evening of Monday, January 28, at the Shepard Engagement Center. Everyone enjoyed the cooking class--and the pierogi!
Polish American Student Association (PASA) hosted a Polish Culture Night on Tuesday, February 12th. There was Polish food, music, and several group dances.