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Mila Shevchenko


        Office: Gordy 329    Phone: 593-0856



Dr. Shevchenko is a native of Bulgaria. She got her BA in English Philology and MA in Russian Philology from U of Sofia (Bulgaria).  Dr. Shevchenko received her Ph.D. from The University of Michigan (Ann Arbor, MI) in Slavic Languages and Literatures. Her primary area of specialization is 19th-c. Russian literature (Russian drama, in particular). Her research interests include drama and theatre; melodrama; theories of space and spatial form; Slavic literatures and cultures Bulgarian, Polish, Ukranian, and Slovenian); discourses of liminality.

Mila Shevchenko has previously taught at The U of Michigan, Bowling Green State U, and U of Denver. She has taught all levels of Russian languages courses, courses in Russian Drama (both in English and Russian), Culture, 19th-c. Russian novel, Russian Revolution in History and Literature, and her favorite course in Contemporary East European Film, Drama, and Short Fiction.