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Masha Belyavski-Frank



Masha Belyavski-Frank received her doctorate in Slavic linguistics from the University of Chicago in 1983, and came to DePauw in 1992 to teach in the  German & Russian Dept. (now part of the Modern Languages Dept.)  She teaches a wide range of courses in  language, literature, and culture, including Russian literature and culture in translation. One of her recent interdisciplinary courses is Russian and E. European Cinema. She is currently working on an anthology of Bosnian contemporary short stories, which she is translating into English, and an anthology of Bosnian sevdalinke (traditional love songs), which she is translating into English. Her anthology of her translations of
Macedonian short stories and poetry, titled Conversations Over Coffee, has recently been submitted for publication in The Republic of Macedonia. Other teaching and research interests are in East European folklore and literature. She is Director of Russian Studies at DePauw.


Ah My Darling (sevdalinka)