Publications/presentations on South Slavic literatures:

"Milica Mićić Dimovska o Milici Stojadinović Srpkinji," trans. Draginja Ramadanski,Zbornik matice srpske za slavistiku 54-55 (Novi Sad, 1998), pp. 179-187. (In Cyrillic)

"Otkucaji Isidorinog srca (odlomci iz prepiske)," with Draginja Ramadanski. Orbis, Vol. III, No. 1 (spring 1998), pp. 58-61.

"Isidora Sekulić as an Early Serbian Feminist," Serbian Studies, Vol. 5, No. 1, Spring 1989, pp. 85-94.


"The Unhappy Woman Writer: Milica Mićić Dimovska on Milica Stojadinović Srpkinja," AATSEEL Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, December 1998.

"Gender in Times of War: Manipulation of Authority Bases in Centempoary Feminist Writers from Croatia," AATSEEL Annual Conference, Washington, DC, December,1996.

"The Cultural History of the Slavs in Its European Context," University of Kentucky, January 1990.

"Transforming the Classics: Women's Use of Russian Literature in Contemporary Croatian Prose," AATSEEL Annual Conference, December 1989, Washington, DC.

"Isidora Sekulić: The Poetry of Demise," Harvard University, January 1989.

"Isidora Sekulić as an Early Serbian Feminist," requested paper, Midwest Slavic Conference, Bloomington, IN, March 1988.

I am currently working on translations of Isidora Sejkulić's Kronika Palana&chachek;kog Groblja and of short stories by Milica Mićić Dimovska.

Like a lot of Slavists, I was required to begin a "second" Slavic language in graduate school (as part of my PhD requirements at Indiana University, Bloomington). Croatian and Serbian became one of my PhD minors, and I have gained great satisfaction reading, translating, and communicating with the wonderful people who are native speakers -- authors, scholars, and wonderful cooks.

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