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George Mihaychuk

Title

Associate Professor

Department

Department of Slavic Languages
General profile

Portrait

Phone

+1 202-687-7140

Location

307 D ICC

Bio

Prof. Mihaychuk has been at Georgetown University since 1989. He teaches from first- to third-level Russian courses and first-level and tutorial classes in Ukrainian.

In addition to teaching languages, he offers a range of courses on Russian literature, from general surveys, such as Nineteenth (19th)Century Russian Literature (second half), to upper level courses on Chekhov and Russian Literary Modernism.

His research interests include issues in late-nineteenth (19th)century Russian literature, a discourse or functional approach to narration, Ukrainian literature (from the 1860s to 1930s), and translation. He is currently working on a study of Chekhov and has recently translated The People's Prophet (Narodnyi Malakhii) by Mykola Kulish.

Education

  • PhD (1990) Harvard University, Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • MA (1982) Harvard University, Slavic Languages and Literatures
  • BA (1972) Case Western Reserve University, English

Languages

  • German (speak, read, write)
  • Russian (speak, read, write)
  • Ukrainian (speak, read, write)