Key Research and Graduate Research Areas in Slavic Studies
The research strengths of this program are represented below. We welcome applications from prospective PhD and MA students wishing to conduct research on or related to the following key areas.
Mikhail Bakhtin and theory of discourse (Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover)
Post-Soviet cultures (Marko Pavlyshyn)
Russian and Slavic Popular culture – detective novel, cinema (Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover)
Russian Modernism / Postmodernism in literature and avant-garde cinema (Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover)
Serbian and post-Yugoslav Literature (Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover)
Slavic Linguistics (Jonathan Clark)
Slavic Socio-linguistics and discourse analysis (Ludmilla A’Beckett-Antypenko, Anna Mostovaia)
Tolstoy, Dostoevsky in context of Realist Poetics of European Novel (Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover)
Ukrainian Literature (Marko Pavlyshyn)
Please note that LCL academics frequently co-supervise MA and PhD projects located in programs other than their own. If you intend to work on a project that straddles this and another discipline, we will organize the necessary complement of research expertise to meet your supervision needs.
- Slavic Studies staff edit two international refereed journals: The Dostoevsky Journal: An Independent Review Transcultural Studies: A Series in Interdisciplinary Research Slavic Studies staff are involved in the editorial board of the high-profile international journal Studies in East European Thought (SEET), which is a SCOPUS journal. Slavic staff have also acted as guest-editors onSoviet and Post-Soviet Review which is also listed ... Read more