Since 2012, I have been an Assistant Professor of Political Science and Public Policy & Law at Trinity College in Hartford. My research focuses on how local governments in the United States respond to immigrants and how these responses shape social and political incorporation. I enjoy teaching at another NESCAC school and am particularly involved with efforts to help Trinity students enrich their studies through community learning in Hartford.
Professor of Economics at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. I live in Southborough, MA. I have been here since 1989.
Professor of History and Near Eastern Studies, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor; specialist in modern Central Asian history. I’m presently also associate chair of the History Department. I have been at UM since 2004.
I am a 9th grade history teacher in the suburbs of Boston. I’m in my 6th year here after teaching for four years at the Anglo-American School in Moscow.
I recently took up a new job as Professor of History at Dartmouth College, and I live up the river in Thetford, Vermont; prior to that, I had been an Assistant and then Associate Professor of History and Women’s Studies at the University of Georgia. I teach mostly twentieth-century U.S. subjects, with some topical classes beginning in the colonial era and some that are heavily transnational; Russia and the USSR figure in many of these.
I currently work as a hospice nurse in Madison, Wisc. I have only been in this position for 6 months, since I went to nursing school only after I retired after 30 years as a professor of Russian literature in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
I am currently C.V. Starr Professor Emeritus of Russian and East European Studies at Middlebury College. I retired from full-time teaching in December, 2010.
Since 2010, I am a professor of Russian literature, language, and culture at Arizona State University. I went to graduate school at Columbia University, where I began teaching Russian since 1989. In 1995, I became a professor and have taught at the College of Wooster OH, Stetson University FL, Macalester College MN, and the University at Albany NY.
I live in Eugene, Oregon and teach at the University of Oregon in their Comparative Literature Dept and their Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies Program, as an associate professor. I have been in Comparative Literature since 1995 and in both units since 2008. I teach four courses per year for REEES and one for comparative Lit and advise PhD students (Comp Lit) and MA students (REEES) as well as undergrads.
I am an Assistant Professor of Russian, New York University, a position that I started this semester (Fall 2015). Between starting it and graduating from Williams College (May 2002), I was an Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature at Koc University, Istanbul, a Humanities Forum post doc at the University of Pennsylvania, a lecturer of History and Literature at Harvard, a graduate student in Comparative Literature at Yale U, and a non-degree student at the Russian State University for the Humanities.