Marijeta Bozovic is Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Yale Univer
Marijeta Bozovic is Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Yale University, and a specialist in Russian and Balkan literature and culture of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Her research interests include poetry, avant-gardes, diasporas and transnational culture, translation and adaptation across media, and the poetics and politics of the Danube river. Her first book, Nabokov’s Canon: From Onegin to Ada (forthcoming in 2016 with Northwestern University Press) examines canon formation, transnational literatures and struggles with other media. Her second book project, Avant-Garde Post– : Radical Poetics After the Soviet Union turns to contemporary politically engaged poetry in Moscow and St. Petersburg. In Fall 2014, she pioneered a pilot project in digital humanities and Slavic Studies, the Joseph Brodsky Digital Humanities Lab, at Yale University’s Beinecke Archive.
Walt Hunter is Assistant Professor of World Literature in the English department at Clemso
Walt Hunter is Assistant Professor of World Literature in the English department at Clemson University. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in ARCADE, the Boston Review, College Literature, Cultural Critique, Jacket2, the minnesota review, and Modern Philology. His current book project, “Ecstatic Call: The Global Lyric from Yeats to the Present,” looks at modern and contemporary lyric as a social form that makes visible processes of globalization.