Marijeta Bozovic

Marijeta Bozovic is Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Yale University. She recently completed work on a monograph based on her dissertation, From Onegin to Ada: Nabokov’s Canon. She was a principal organizer for the Black and Blue Danube Symposium at Colgate University in March 2013 and the international conference Legacies of the Russian Avant-Garde at Columbia University in February 2012. Professor Bozovic is a founding member of the Central New York Mellon Humanities Corridor working group “Legacies of the Second World” and a participant in the Digital Mnemonics in Slavic Studies 2013 spring school in Freising, Germany. She is working on a book project on post-Soviet and post-Yugoslav literature and culture.

Profession and title: 
Assistant Professor, Slavic Department
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Prof. Bozovic is focused on twentieth and twenty-first-century Russian poetry, Russian and Balkan avant-gardes, diasporas and transnational culture, translation and adaptation across media, and the poetics and politics of the Danube river.

Areas for involvement with Morse students: 
Advising and mentoring for upperclassmen
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