AATSEEL Web Site Administration


Marta J. Deyrup deyrupma@shu.edu

Web Team:

John Bartle. jbartle@hamilton.edu
John Bartle, Associate Professor of Russian Studies, has taught at Hamilton College since 1989. He has been the Associate Editor for Book Reviews for SEEJ since 2001. Publications and research interests include nineteenth-century Russian literature, especially Dostoevsky; Soviet and glasnost-era cinema; and language teaching and pedagogy.
David L. Cooper. dlcoop@uiuc.edu
David Cooper has a PhD in Russian and Czech literature from Columbia University and is currently Visiting Associate Editor of the Slavic Review. He teaches Slavic Folklore at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He maintains the AATSEEL Program Committee website (http://www.aatseel.org/program).
Katherine Crosswhite. crosswhi@ling.rochester.edu
Katherine Crosswhite is a postdoctoral fellow in the Center for Language Sciences at the University of Rochester. She received her Ph.D. in linguistics, specializing in phonology, from UCLA in 1999. Her research interests include phonological interfaces (esp. phonetic and psycholinguistic) and formal approaches to Slavic languages. She maintains the Meetings and Conferences pages.
Andrew M. Drozd. adrozd@ua.edu
Andrew M. Drozd is Associate Professor of Russian at the University of Alabama. His areas of interest are Russian Language and Literature, Czech Language and Literature, Russian History, Slavic folklore. He maintains the pages Graduate Programs, and Fonts and Keyboards.
Sibelan Forrester. sforres1@swarthmore.edu
Sibelan Forrester has a PhD in Russian literature from Indiana University; taught at Oberlin College 1989-1994 and since 1994 has been at Swarthmore College in the Dept. of Modern Languages and Literatures. "Specialties" are 20th-century Russian poetry; Russian women writers; literary translation; 20th century Croatian literature; research interests overlap into women's studies and folklore.
Kevin Platt. kplatt@pomona.edu  
Kevin M.F. Platt  is an Associate Professor in the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of Pennsylvania. His research interests include Russian historiography and literature, Russian cultural history as well as 19C and 20C Russian poetry. His URL is  http://pages2.pomona.edu/~kplatt  
Ruth Wallach.  rwallach@usc.edu   
Ruth Wallach is the Librarian for the Slavic, Comparative Literature, Art History, Fine Arts, and Architecture collections at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, and  head of the Architecture and Fine Arts Library: http://www.usc.edu/isd/libraries/subjects/art_history/She maintains the AATSEEL job index.