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Maxim Tarnawsky

Professor, Ukrainian

121 St. Joseph Street, Room 403

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Personal Web Page
Ukrainian Studies at the University of Toronto
Ukrainian Literature, a journal of literary translations
Electronic Library of Ukrainian Literature

Research Interests:

The Ukrainian novel, Ivan Nechui-Levyts'kyi.



Ph.D., 1986, Harvard University
B.A., 1977, The University of Pennsylvania

Courses Taught:

SLA 108 - Elementary Ukrainian
SLA 218 - Ukrainian Literature and Culture
SLA 228 - 20th Century Ukrainian Fiction in Translation
SLA 238 - Literature of the Ukrainian-Canadian Experience
SLA 248 - Women and Women’s Themes in Ukrainian Literature
SLA 328 - Contemporary Ukrainian Culture
SLA 338 - Ivan Franko
SLA 408 - Ukrainian Short Story
SLA 419 - Ukrainian Poetry
SLA 428 - Ukrainian Novel
SLA 429 - Taras Shevchenko
CCR199 - The Cossacks!!!
SLA 1402 - Studies in Ukrainian Modernism
SLA 1403 - Studies in Contemporary Ukrainian Literature
SLA 1405 - Experiments in Ukrainian Prose
SLA 1406 - Studies in Ukrainian Literary Criticism
SLA 1408 - Taras Shevchenko
SLA 1412 - Literature of the Ukrainian Diaspora

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