Slavic Languages & Literatures Ph.D's
Natalie McCauley, Ph.D.  Visiting Russian Professor, University of Richmond. Areas of Specialty: contemporary women's writing in Russia and feminist theory.
Jodi Greig, Ph. D.  Lecturer in Polish, University of Michigan. Areas of Specialty: 20th and 21st c. Polish literature, LGBT Polish culture and activism, transnational feminism, queer theory, Polish language pedagogy
Meghan Forbes, Ph. D.  Lecturer in Czech, University of Texas, Austin. Areas of Specialty: Czech Literature and Visual Culture, German Modernism, Interwar Avant-Garde, Epistolary Theory, Periodical Studies, Typography, Network Mapping, and Data Visualization
Vladislav Beronja, Ph. D.  Assistant Professor, University of Texas, Austin. Areas of Specialty: Bosnian, Croatian, & Serbian Literature and Visual Arts, Memory & Trauma Studies, Heritage Industry & Exhibition Culture, Balkan Popular Culture, Queer Theory
Aleksandar Boskovic, Ph.D.  Lecturer in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, Columbia University. Areas of Specialty: Modernism, Avant-Garde, Russian, Czech and Yugoslav literature and visual culture.
Brad Damare, Ph.D.  Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Southern California. Areas of Specialty: Russian literature and music.
Mila Shevchenko, Ph.D.  Assistant Professor of Russian, Ohio University. Areas of Specialty: 19th-century Russian literature and drama, theories of space and spatial form, Slavic literatures and cultures (Bulgarian, Polish, Ukrainian, and Slovenian).
Joe Peschio, Ph.D.  Assistant Professor of Russian, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Areas of Specialty: Russian Golden Age, Russian language, literature, film, and cultural history.
Ewa Wampuszyc, Ph.D.  Assistant Professor of Polish Language and Literature. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Areas of Specialty: Polish Language and Literature, 19th and 20th century Literature and Culture, Contemporary Polish Fiction, Cultural and Economic Capital in Literature.
Margarita Nafpaktitis, Ph.D.  Associate Librarian for Slavic and East European Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. Areas of Specialty: Russian and East Central European Film, Representations of America(ns) in Russian Literature and Culture, Russian Modernism, Contemporary Polish Prose, Translation and Translation Theory, Digital Humanities.
John Hope, Ph.D.  Assistant Professor in Russian, Purdue University. Areas of specialty include 19th century Russian literature, Russian Orientalism, travel literature, Russian popular culture, Russian Romanticism, and Russian language.
Kelly Miller, Ph.D.  Director, Teaching and Learning Services and Head of the College Library, UCLA Library.
Jonathan Bolton, Ph.D.  Associate Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University. Areas of Specialty: Czech literature, history, and culture.