Barbara Allen (PhD, History, 2001; MA, History, 1992) is editor and translator of The Workers’ Opposition in the Russian Communist Party: Documents, 1919-30 (Leiden: Brill, 2001).
Malika Bahovadinova (PhD, Anthropology, 2016) is European Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Amsterdam.
Elena Doludenko Carmichael (PhD, Slavic, 2021) has published "Developing Russian Oral Skills in the Online Environment" in Russian Language Journal (Vol. 71 : Iss. 2/2021; available here). She is currently Lecturer in Russian at the University of Oklahoma.
Melissa Chakars (PhD, History, 2008; MA, REEI, 2000) is currently Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of History at Saint Joseph’s University. In November, she presented an online lecture under the title “Lamas, Leaders, and Lay Believers: A History of Buddhists in Russia.” The event was sponsored by the New York University Jordan Center for the Advanced Study of Russia.
Devlin Cook-Hines (BA, International Studies/Russian, 2021) has accepted an appointment as just accepted a position as Russian Instructor at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center in Monterey, CA.
Greer Gerni (PhD, Theatre and Drama, 2021) is Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance at IU Bloomington.
Janet Elise Johnson (PhD, Political Science, 2001; MA, Political Science, 1997) is co-editor, along with Katalin Fábián and Mara Lazda, of the Routledge Handbook of Gender in Central Eastern Europe and Eurasia (2021).
Mara Lazda (PhD, History, 2005; MA, History, 1997) is co-editor, along with Katalin Fábián and Janet Elise Johnson, of the Routledge Handbook of Gender in Central Eastern Europe and Eurasia (2021).
Kaitlyn Lee (MA, REEI, 2021) is a Title VIII Fellow with the Transatlantic Leadership program at the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA), where her research focuses on the successes and failures of NGOs in Bosnia and Herzegovina in promoting democracy. Her co-written (with Leon Hartwell) “Bosnia: A Sea of Red Flags” appeared on the CEPA website in November (available here).
Eve Levin (PhD, History, 1983; MA, History, 1976) is recipient of the Association for Women in Slavic Studies Outstanding Achievement Award for 2021. The award recognizes the work of a scholar in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies who has also served as a mentor to female students/colleagues in this field.
Jill Massino (PhD, History, 2007) is the author of “Gender and the ambiguities of economic transition in Romania,” an essay that appears in the Routledge Handbook of Gender in Central Eastern Europe and Eurasia (2021).
Leone Musgrave (PhD, History, 2017) is currently Instructor in the Strategy and Policy Department of the U.S. Naval War College.
Elena Popa (PhD, Anthropology, 2020) is Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Akron.
Julia Riegel (PhD, History, 2021) is Visiting Assistant Professor of Modern European History at Hollins University.
Polina Vlasenko (PhD, Anthropology, 2021) is Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the University of Akron.