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Curriculum Vitae
Robert Romanchuk
November 09, 2018

General Information
University address: Modern Languages and Linguistics
College of Arts and Sciences
Diffenbaugh Building 362
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1540
Phone: 850-644-8198; Fax: 850-644-0524

E-mail address: rromanchuk@mailer.fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
1999 Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles. Major: Slavic Languages and Literatures. Supervisor: Gail Lenhoff.
Romanchuk, Robert. (1999). The Textual Community of the Kirillo-Belozerskii Monastery, 1397-1492. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of California, Los Angeles.
1994 M.A., University of California, Los Angeles. Major: Slavic Languages and Literatures.
1989 B.A., University of Michigan. Major: Russian and East European Studies. High Honors.

Professional Experience
2007–present Associate Professor, Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University.
2000–2007 Assistant Professor, Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University.
2002–2003 Mellon Fellow in the Humanities, Penn Humanities Forum, University of Pennsylvania.
1999–2000 Lecturer, Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of California, Los Angeles.

Language Proficiency
Church Slavonic (Old and Synodal), Old Rus(s)ian, Serbo-Slavonic - none in speaking and writing; fluent in reading.

French - rudimentary in speaking; advanced in reading; none in writing.

Georgian - none in speaking and writing; intermediate in reading.

German - rudimentary in speaking; advanced in reading; none in writing.

Greek (Classical, Byzantine) - none in speaking and writing; advanced in reading.

Latin - none in speaking and writing; intermediate in reading.

Russian - fluent in speaking, reading, and writing.

Serbo-Croatian (Bosnian, Croatian, and Serbian) - fluent in speaking, reading, and writing.

Ukrainian - fluent in speaking, reading, and writing.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Pribic Family Professorship in Slavic, Dept. of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University (2017).

Transformation Through Teaching Award, Florida State University Spiritual Life Project (2016).

University Undergraduate Teaching Award, Florida State University (2012).

Book Prize for Best Contribution to Language Pedagogy, American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (2007).

Southeastern Europe Research Grant, American Councils for International Education (2007).

Southeastern Europe Language Training Grant, American Council of Learned Societies (2006).



Fellowship(s)
Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute Fellowship in Ukrainian Studies (2018–2019).

Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Humanities (2002–2003).

SSRC Eurasia Program Dissertation Fellowship (1998–1999).

UCLA Center for Medieval & Renaissance Studies Lynn White Fellowship (1998–1999).

IREX Individual Advanced Research Opportunities Fellowship (1997–1998).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Association for Ukrainian Studies

American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages

Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies

Byzantine Studies Association of North America

Early Slavic Studies Association

Teaching
Courses Taught
Russian Folklore and Fairy Tales (RUT3514)

History of the Russian Language and Reading of Old Russian Texts (RUS5845)

History of the Russian Literary Language (RUS4840)

Special Topics: Gogol and Psychoanalysis (RUS4930)

Special Topics: Gogol and Psychoanalysis (RUW5930)

Special Topics: Zizek's Politics (FOL5934)

Special Topics: Zizek's Politics (RUS4930)

The Slavic Vampire (SLL3510)

Hermeneutics and Rhetoric of Old Rus' Literature (RUW5405)

Special Topics: Old Rus' Literature (RUS4930)

Soviet Russian Cinema (RUT3523)

Slavic Culture and Civilization (SLL3500)

Survey of Russian Literature I (RUW3100)

Intermediate Russian (RUS2220)

Russian Language for Russian Heritage Speakers (FOL4901)

Elementary Ukrainian (FOL3930)

Elementary Ukrainian (FOL5934)

Russian Grammar and Composition (RUS3420)

Russian Conversation and Composition (RUS3400)

Medieval Aspects of the New Media Wars (UPenn) (SLAV106)

The Hyperfiction of Milorad Pavic (UPenn) (SLAV106)

Introduction to the Russian Novel (UCLA) (RUS25)

Survey of Twentieth-Century Russian Literature (UCLA) (RUS120)

Gogol and Russian Romanticism (UCLA) (RUS124G)

Survey of Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature (UCLA) (RUS119)

Survey of the Literature of Rus' and Russia to 1800 (UCLA) (RUS118)

Elementary Russian III (UCLA) (RUS3)

Elementary Russian II (UCLA) (RUS2)

Elementary Russian I (UCLA) (RUS1)

Curriculum Development
I have designed the Basic Russian Language curriculum at FSU, from first- to third-year. I designed all of the content (topics) courses listed above, with the exception of RUT3514. I also co-designed Elementary Ukrainian (i.e., co-authored the textbook) (2000)

Doctoral Committee Cochair
Kasten, J. J., graduate. (2015). Re/Inscription and Return: Working Through Historical Trauma in Post-Spanish Civil War Culture.

Kiely, K. A., graduate. (2008). Female Subjective Strategies in Post-Franco Spain as Presented by Rosa Montero and Lucía Etxebarria.

Simmons, S., doctoral candidate. Rjurik Dynastic Ideology in the Art of Medieval Rus', 988-1125. [NB Ms. Simmons left FSU in 2016 without completing her dissertation]

Doctoral Committee Member
Johnson, G., graduate. (2015). The Reflection of Byzantine "Political Hesychasm" in the Literature of the Second South Slavic Influence. [Georgetown University, History]

Doctoral Committee University Representative
Hostetler, B., graduate. (2016). Text as Iconography: Middle Byzantine Reliquaries with Dedicatory Inscriptions.

Sturm, N., graduate. (2015). Another Mona Bone Jakon.

Hicks, M. D., graduate. (2015). Pig City: A Novel.

MacInnis, J. C., graduate. (2014). 'The Harmony of All Things': Music as Liberal Art in the Writings of John Scottus Eriugena.

Moore, E. D., graduate. (2013). Christina of Markyate and the St. Alban's Psalter: The Book as Container.

Nunn, W. W., graduate. (2012). Between Coercion and Cooperation: State, Army, Society, and Civil War in Volunteer-Occupied Russia, 1917-1920. [PhD prospectus defense only]

Kourtova, P. S., graduate. (2012). Slavi Trifonov and the Commodification of Nationalism: Popular Culture, Popular Music, and the Politics of Identity in Postsocialist Bulgaria, 1990-2005.

Lee, E. S., graduate. (2012). The Hurt Business.

Swanson, D. A., graduate. (2011). The Old English Christ Poems and Anglo-Saxon Law.

Blumlo, D., graduate. (2010). The Creoles of Russian America.

Vovsi, E., graduate. (2008). PhD comprehensive exam committee only. [PhD comprehensive exam committee, History]

Fryett, S., graduate. (2007). PhD comprehensive exam committee only. [PhD comprehensive exam committee, Humanities]

Wang, Y., graduate. (2006). PhD comprehensive exam committee only. [PhD comprehensive exam committee, Humanities]

Semms, L., graduate. (2002). Identity, Transmission, and Transformation in Ukrainian-American Bandura Education and Performance.

Anderson, S., graduate. (2001). PhD comprehensive exam committee only. [PhD comprehensive exam committee, Humanities]

Gillhespy, J., doctoral candidate. Victorian Narcissists: The Mirror, The Fairy Tale, And The Victorians.

Lakey, F., doctoral candidate. Novel Revolutions: Resistance Literature after Neoliberalism.

Timm, C., doctoral candidate. [NB Mr. Timm left FSU in 2016 without completing his dissertation]

Grech, P., doctoral student.

Master's Committee Chair
Lambert, O. A., graduate. (2010). Dostoevsky's Brothers Karamazov as an Allegory of Subjectivity [NB: Ms. Lambert wrote 20 pp. of a thesis under my supervision (regular meetings throughout 2008), but chose to take an MA exam for reasons of expediency].

Benedict, A., student. The Fair-Haired Hero and the Hero with Black Curls: A Critical Edition, with English Translations, of Selected 'Soviet Tales'.



Master's Committee Cochair
Tabulda, G. A., graduate. (2010). The Role of Explicit Information and Individual Differences in Processing Russian Sentences.

Master's Committee Member
Huffman, D., graduate. (2016).

Naugle, E., graduate. (2015).

Zakroff, C., graduate. (2013). Wings of the Workers' State: Technology, Culture, and Legitimacy through Soviet Aviation.

Cortright, M., graduate. (2011). Plato's Symposium: Love as Analogy for Ontological Dependence [NB MA Paper in Classics].

Kirova, A., graduate. (2011). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, Slavic, MLL]

Warden, T., graduate. (2011). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, Slavic, MLL]

Becker, M., graduate. (2009). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, REES, International Affairs]

Poole, E. L., graduate. (2009). State Capture in Ukraine: Understanding Political and Economic Stagnation in Ukraine's Transition [NB: Ms. Poole completed a 46-page draft of this thesis in Oct. 2004. She was preparing to make minor revisions when the Orange Revolution occurred. She was then encouraged to make more substantial changes to her thesis, which in the end she did not complete. She passed the MA exam in REES in Dec. 2009].

Scott, S. E., graduate. (2009). The Failure of the Entente: Protection of Poland's Volhynian Ukrainian Minority, 1921-1939.

Galloway, I., graduate. (2008). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, Slavic, MLL]

Healey, C., graduate. (2008). MA exam only. [1st MA exam committee: Slavic, MLL 2nd MA exam committee: REES, International Affairs]

Dunn, J., graduate. (2007). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, Slavic, MLL]

Jeltovski, D., graduate. (2007). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, Slavic, MLL]

Scalzi, M., graduate. (2007). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, French]

Weeks, B., graduate. (2007). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, International Affairs]

Reuter, P., graduate. (2006). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, REES, International Affairs]

Chapple, M., graduate. (2005). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, Slavic, MLL]

Behling, J., graduate. (2002). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, Slavic, MLL]

Trelenberg, E., graduate. (2001). MA exam only. [MA exam committee, Slavic, MLL]

Bachelor's Committee Chair
Goggin, C., graduate. (2007). Yuri Andrukhovych's Literary Interventions in Two Revolutionary Periods [NB: Mr. Goggin wrote 56 pp. of this Honors Thesis under my supervision (biweekly meetings throughout 2006), but never completed it].

Herrington, M. W., graduate. (2004). The Supplication of Daniel the Prisoner: A Critical Translation and Concordance [NB Honors Thesis].



Bachelor's Committee Member
McGurgan, H., graduate. (2008). The Russian Bell: Did the Soviets Alter the Zvon? [NB Honors Thesis].

Romine, W., graduate. (2006). Sergei Eisenstein and Soviet Communist Party Censorship [NB Honors Thesis].

Boose, W., student.

Fuentes-Keuthan, J., student.



Khanam, S., student.

Supervision of Student Research Not Related to Thesis or Dissertation
Khanam, S. (Sep 2016–present).
Prado, S. (Sep 2016–present).
Goldgof, R. (Sep 2015–present).
Shelton, L. (Sep 2015–present).
Pham, Thuy-Linh (Sep 2014–Dec 2016).

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Romanchuk, R. (2013). Confronting Ukrainian Modernism: Some New and Recent Translations of Poetry. Slavic and East European Journal, 57 (3), 465-475.
Romanchuk, R. (2006). Efrosin of Kirillov and an Interpolated Princely Genealogy in the Zadonshchina. Russian History/Histoire Russe, 33, 353-363.
Romanchuk, R. (2003). An Unpublished Florilegium of Efrosin of Kirillov and the Supplication of Daniel the Exile. International Journal of Slavic Linguistics and Poetics, 44-45, 305-322.
Romanchuk, R. (1997). Monastic Culture and the Florilegium in Kievan Rus'. Slavic and East European Journal, 41 (4), 667-673.

Refereed Journal Articles
Romanchuk, R. (2018). Mother Tongue: Gogol′'s pannochka, Pogorel′skii's Monastyrka, and the Economy of Russian in the Little Russian Gothic. Slavic and East European Journal, 62(2), 272-292.
Koropeckyj, R., & Romanchuk, R. (2017). Harkusha the Noble Bandit and the 'Minority' of Little Russian Literature. The Russian Review, 76 (2), 294-310.
Romanchuk, R. (2017). On the Letters Reaches Its Destination: Constantine Kostenechki's Russian Reception and the Historiography of the "Second South Slavic Influence". The Year's Work in Medievalism, 32. Retrieved from https://79a68520-a-62cb3a1a-s-sites.googlegroups.com/site/theyearsworkinmedievalism/cabinet/32%20Romanchuk.pdf
Romanchuk, R., Shelton, L., & Goldgof, R. (2017). The Old Slavic Digenis Akritis: 'Free Retelling' or 'Rhetorical Translation'? Vestnik (Annals) of St. Petersburg University: History, 62(2), 299-308.
Romanchuk, R. (2009). Back to 'Gogol's Retreat From Love': Mirgorod as a Locus of Gogolian Perversion. (Part II: 'Vii.'). Canadian Slavonic Papers, 51 (2-3), 305-331.
Koropeckyj, R., & Romanchuk, R. (2003). Ukraine in Blackface: Performance and Representation in Gogol's Dikan'ka Tales, Book I. Slavic Review, 62 (3), 525-547.
Romanchuk, R. (2003). Avtor ili chitatel'? Bibleiskaia tsitata i bibliograficheskaia ssylka v tekstakh Drevnei Rusi (XI i XV veka) [Author or Reader? Biblical Citation and Bibliographical Reference in the Texts of Old Rus' (11th and 15th Centuries)]. Slavianovedenie, (2), 51-59.
Birnbaum, H., & Romanchuk, R. (1997). Kem byl zagadochnyi Daniil Zatochnik? (K voprosu o kul'ture chteniia v Drevnei Rusi) [Who Was the Enigmatic Daniel the Exile? (On the Culture of Reading in Old Rus')]. Trudy Otdela Drevnerusskoi literatury, 50, 576-602.

Refereed Books
De Lossa, R., Koropeckyj, R. R., & Romanchuk, R. (2005). Rozmovljajmo! Let's Talk. A Basic Ukrainian Course with Polylogs, Grammar, and Conversation Lessons. Slavica Publishers at Indiana University.

Refereed Monographs
Romanchuk, R. (2007). Byzantine Hermeneutics and Pedagogy in the Russian North: Monks and Masters at the Kirillo-Belozerskii Monastery, 1397-1501. University of Toronto Press.

Invited Book Chapters
Romanchuk, R., Hostetler, B., Herrington, M. W., Timm, C., & Simmons, S. (in press). 'Daniel the Exile,' Ekphrasis of Hippodrome Scenes: Cathedral of St. Sophia in Kiev? In Foteini Spingou, & Charles Barber (Eds.), Medieval Texts on Byzantine Art and Aesthetics, vol. 3: From Alexios I Komnenos to the Rise of Hesychasm (1081 – ca. 1330). Cambridge University Press.
Romanchuk, R. (2016). Mount Athos. In David Wallace (Ed.), Europe: A Literary History, 1348-1418 (pp. 2: 376-402). Oxford University Press.
Romanchuk, R. (2016). Writing, Reading, and Rhetoric: 'Lettered Education' in Kyivan Rus'. In Frank Sysyn (Ed.), Mykhailo Hrushevsky. History of Ukraine-Rus'. Volume 3. To the Year 1340 (pp. 511-524). Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press.
Romanchuk, R. (2011). Three Scholars at the Kirillo-Belozersk Monastery: A Teacher, a Student, and a Librarian. In Donald Ostrowski, & Marshall T. Poe (Eds.), Portraits of Old Russia: Imagined Lives of Ordinary People, 1300-1725 (pp. 139-153). M. E. Sharpe.
Romanchuk, R. (2010). The Idea of the Heart in Byzantium and the History of the Book. In Orietta Da Rold, & Elaine Treharne (Eds.), Textual Cultures: Cultural Texts, 1000-2010 (Essays and Studies 63) (pp. 163-186). Boydell and Brewer.
Romanchuk, R. (2008). Knizhnik Aleksandr-Oleshka Palkin i obshchezhitel'no-pedagogicheskie reformy v Kirillo-Belozerskom monastyre pri igumene Trifone (1430-e - 40-e gg.). K voprosu o pravoslavnoi monasheskoi obrazovannosti [The bookman Aleksandr-Oleshka Palkin...]. In S.A. Semiachko (Ed.), Knizhnye tsentry Drevnei Rusi: Kirillo-Belozerskii monastyr' [Bibliographical centers of Old Rus': The Kirillo-Belozerskii Monastery] (pp. 72-93). Dmitrii Bulanin.
Romanchuk, R. (2005). The Reception of the Judaizer Corpus in Ruthenia and Muscovy: A Case Study of the Logic of Al-Ghazzali, the 'Cipher in Squares,' and the Laodicean Epistle. In Viacheslav V. Ivanov, & Julia Verkholantsev (Eds.), Speculum Slaviae Orientalis: Ruthenia, Muscovy and Their Vicinities in the Late Middle Ages (pp. 142-163). UCLA.
Romanchuk, R. (2000). Efrosin of Kirillov and the Paschal-Pentecost Cycle of Kirill of Turov. In Kirill of Turov: Bishop, Preacher, Hymnographer (pp. 148-174). Dept. of Russian Studies, Univ. of Bergen.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
Romanchuk, R. (in press). Efrosin, Monk at Kirillo-Belozerskii Monastery. In P. Steeves (Ed.), The Modern Encyclopedia of Religions in Russia and Eurasia (Vol. 8). Academic International Press.
Romanchuk, R. (2004). Kirill-Beloozero Monastery. In J. R. Millar (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Russian History (Vol. 2, p. 757-758). Macmillan.

Refereed Proceedings
Romanchuk, R. (2018). The Old Slavic Digenis Akritis: Its 'Formulaic Style' and Problems of Its Edition. In Judith D. Kornblatt (Ed.), American Contributions to the Sixteenth International Congress of Slavists, Vol. 2: Literature (pp. 187-210). Slavica.
Romanchuk, R. (2011). Reading History in the Book of Degrees of the Royal Genealogy: Pauline and Platonizing Strategies. In Gail Lenhoff, & Ann Kleimola (Eds.), The Book of Royal Degrees and the Genesis of Russian Historical Consciousness (pp. 305-314). Slavica.
Romanchuk, R. (2008). Back to 'Gogol's Retreat From Love': Mirgorod as a Locus of Gogolian Perversion. (Part I: 'Ivan Ivanovich s Ivanom Nikiforovichem.'). In David M. Bethea, & Christina Y. Bethin (Eds.), American Contributions to the Fourteenth International Congress of Slavists, Vol. 2: Literature (pp. 167-186). Slavica.
Romanchuk, R. (2007). 'Veshch' kotoraia na primete po tetratem': bibliograficheskaia praktika v Kirillo-Belozerskom monastyre v kontse XV v. ['An Object in Mind, Among the Quires': Bibliographical Practices at the Kirillo-Belozerskii Monastery at the End of the 15th c.]. In E. V. Krushel'nitskaia, & S. A. Davydova (Eds.), Drevnerusskie i grecheskie rukopisi Rossiiskoi Natsional'noi Biblioteki (pp. 15-30). Russian National Library.
Romanchuk, R. (2003). Once Again on the Greek Workbook of Timofei Veniaminov, Fifteenth-Century Novgorod Monk. In Charles E. Gribble, & Predrag Matejic (Eds.), Monastic Traditions (pp. 263-303). Slavica.
Romanchuk, R. (1999). Lectio divina: Monasheskoe chtenie na Vostoke i na Zapade. [Lectio divina: Monastic Reading, East and West.]. In E. G. Vodolazkin (Ed.), Monastyrskaia kul'tura: Vostok i Zapad (pp. 36-43, 272-273). Kanun.

Invited Reviews
Romanchuk, R. (2005). [Review of] Simon Franklin. Writing, Society and Culture in Early Rus, c. 950-1300 (Cambridge University Press). Speculum: A Journal of Mediaeval Studies, 80 (4), 1278-1280.

Nonrefereed Books
Romanchuk, R., & Birnbaum, D. J. (2016). Digenis Akritis: The Lay of the Emir. obdurodon.org. Retrieved from http://digenis.obdurodon.org/emir.xhtml
Romanchuk, R., Birnbaum, D. J., Herrington, M. W., & Gratta, E. (2012). Daniel the Prisoner: A Virtual Florilegium. obdurodon.org. Retrieved from http://zatochnik.obdurodon.org/

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2013, July). Byzantine Letters and Spiritual Direction at the Courts of the Lazarevići. Paper presented at Sixth International Hilandar Conference, The Ohio State University, Columbus. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2011, June). 'Inward Acculturation' and Syncretism in the Slavic Grammatical Corpus in Ruthenia (Late Fifteenth-Sixteenth Centuries). Paper presented at Cultural Archaeology of Jews and Slavs: Medieval and Early Modern Judeo-Slavic Interaction and Cross-Fertilization, Institute for Advanced Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2009, February). Monasticism as an Imperial Model in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries. Paper presented at The Book of Royal Degrees and Russian Historical Consciousness, UCLA, Los Angeles. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2005, June). 'Veshch' kotoraia na primete po tetratem': bibliograficheskaia praktika v Kirillo-Belozerskom monastyre v kontse XV veka. Paper presented at History in manuscripts — Manuscripts in history. To the 200th anniversary of the Manuscript Division of the Russian National Library, Russian National Library, St. Petersburg, Russia. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2001, February). 'Philological' and 'Logical' Editing Trends in Fifteenth-Century Rus' (Novgorod and Kirillov). Paper presented at Language and Identity: Linguistic Reality and Linguistic Consciousness in Eastern/Central Europe (14th-17th Centuries), University of California, Los Angeles. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 1998, August). Once Again on the Greek Workbook of Timofei Veniaminov, Fifteenth-Century Novgorod Monk. Paper presented at Fourth International Hilandar Conference, The Ohio State University, Columbus. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 1998, June). Lectio divina: Monasheskoe chtenie na Vostoke i na Zapade. Paper presented at Monastic Culture: East and West, Institute of Russian Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia. (International)

Invited Papers at Symposia
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2017, June). The 'Formulaic Style' and Its Role in the Translation of Digenis Akritis into Old Slavic. In David Cooper (Chair), Central and Eastern Europe in the Global Middle Ages. Symposium conducted at the meeting of 2017 Fisher Forum, Indiana University, Urbana-Champaign. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2010, November). Lenin's Mayakovsky's Lenin. In Lenin, Tzara, Mayakovsky: The Exquisite Brain. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Ukrainian Institute of America, NYC. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2009, April). Gogolian Perversion and the Symptom 'Vij'. In Petro Jacyk Memorial Symposium 'Gogol and Ukraine: On the 200th Anniversary of the Birth of Nikolai Gogol'. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Harvard, Cambridge. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2007, April). Khoma's Dance: The Turn to the Father in Gogol's 'Vij'. In Monstrosity and Alterity Colloquium. Symposium conducted at the meeting of University of Wisconsin-Madison. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2003, May). Byzantine School Texts in Muscovy: Some Possibilities and Limits of 'Byzantine Humanism'. In UCLA Byzantinists' Colloquium on 'Byzantium and the Slavic World'. Symposium conducted at the meeting of University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2003, February). Words Woven of Water: Again on the Slovo Daniila Zatochnika. In Henrik Birnbaum Memorial Symposium. Symposium conducted at the meeting of University of California, Los Angeles. (International)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Romanchuk, R. (accepted). The Directionality of Grammatical and Lexical Patterning in the Slavic Translations of the Alexander Romance and Digenis Akritis. Paper to be presented at 50th Annual ASEEES Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Boston. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2018, September). The Old Slavic Digenis Akritis: Its 'Formulaic Style' and Problems of Its Edition. Paper presented at 16th International Congress of Slavists, International Congress of Slavists, Belgrade, Serbia. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2017, November). The Old Slavic Digenis Akritis: Translation Out of Greek vs. Translation Into Slavic. Paper presented at 49th Annual ASEEES Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Chicago. (International)
Romanchuk, R., & Khanam, S. (presented 2017, October). The Persistence of the Amazon in Digenis Akritis. Paper presented at 43rd Byzantine Studies Conference, Byzantine Studies Association of North America, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. (International)
Romanchuk, R., Shelton, L., & Goldgof, R. (presented 2017, February). The Old Slavic Digenis Akritis: 'Free Retelling' or 'Rhetorical Translation'? Paper presented at AATSEEL 2017 Conference, American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, San Francisco. (National)
Romanchuk, R., Goldgof, R., & Shelton, L. (presented 2016, November). Problems of Editing a 'Fairytale' Work: The Old Slavic Digenis Akritis. Paper presented at 48th Annual ASEEES Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Washington, DC. (International)
Romanchuk, R., Goldgof, R., & Shelton, L. (presented 2016, October). Digenis Akritis and Bilingual Oral Tradition in the Balkans. Paper presented at 42nd Byzantine Studies Conference, Byzantine Studies Conference of North America, Cornell University, Ithaca NY. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2015, November). 'Little Russian Literature' and/as Transference. Paper presented at 47th Annual ASEEES Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Philadelphia. (International)
Romanchuk, R., & Pham, Thuy-Linh. (presented 2015, October). Mouvance and Motifs in Digenis Akritis. Paper presented at 41st Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, Byzantine Studies Association of North America, Columbia University, New York City. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2014, November). 'Mother Tongue': Pogorel'skii's Monastyrka, Gogol's 'pannochka,' and the Economy of Russian in the Little Russian Gothic. Paper presented at 46th Annual ASEEES Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, San Antonio. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2013, November). The Defective Myth of Taras Bulba. Paper presented at 45th Annual ASEEES Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Boston. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2012, November). The Becoming-Ukrainian/Russian of Little Russian Literature. Paper presented at 44th Annual ASEEES Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, New Orleans. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2012, January). What Is Little Russian Literature? Paper presented at AATSEEL 2012 Conference, American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, Seattle. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2010, November). Psychagogy in Late Medieval Slavia Orthodoxa: Sources, Transmission, Contexts. Paper presented at 42nd Annual ASEEES Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Los Angeles. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2010, March). 'On the Letters' Reaches its Destination: Konstantin Kostenecki's Rus(s)ian Reception and the History of the 'Second South Slavic Influence'. Paper presented at 48th Annual Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Gainesville. (Regional)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2010, March). Reading History in the Book of Degrees of the Royal Genealogy (Stepennaia kniga). Paper presented at 48th Annual Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Gainesville. (Regional)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2009, November). Reconstructing the Curricula of Hesychast Teachers at the Courts of the Lazarevici. Paper presented at 35th Byzantine Studies Conference, Byzantine Studies Association of North America, Sarasota. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2009, November). The Blind Bowman and His Target: Kirill of Turov and Classroom Rhetoric. Paper presented at AAASS 41st National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Boston. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2009, July). Classroom Exercises in Kievan Rus' Monasticism? Paper presented at 17th International Congress of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric, International Society for the History of Rhetoric, Montreal. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2008, November). Nilus Grammaticus, or the Academic Nil Sorskii. Paper presented at AAASS 40th National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Philadelphia. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2008, September). Back to 'Gogol's Retreat From Love': Mirgorod as a Locus of Gogolian Perversion. Paper presented at 14th International Congress of Slavists, International Congress of Slavists, Ohrid, Macedonia. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2007, November). 'The Devil Himself Tied Them with a String': Gogol's 'Two Ivans' as Perverse Symptom. Paper presented at AAASS 39th National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, New Orleans. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2007, October). The Organization and Practice of Knowledge in Byzantino-Serbian Elite Women's Education. Paper presented at 33d Byzantine Studies Conference, Byzantine Studies Association of North America, Toronto. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2007, May). The Education of Royal Women as Late Byzantine 'Cultural Commerce'. Paper presented at 42d International Congress on Medieval Studies, International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2006, November). Monastic Textuality and a New Hypertext Translation of Daniel the Prisoner. Paper presented at AAASS 38th National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Washington, DC. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2006, November). The Gorica Miscellany (SANU 446) and the Education of a 'Bluestocking Nun'. Paper presented at 32d Byzantine Studies Conference, Byzantine Studies Association of North America, St. Louis. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2006, March). Cracking the Codes of the Kirillov Codices. Paper presented at 44th Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Columbia. (Regional)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2005, May). Byzantine and Jewish Pedagogical Practices among the Late Medieval East Slavs. Paper presented at 40th International Congress on Medieval Studies, International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2004, December). The Judaizers' Contribution to Education in Fifteenth-Century Ruthenia. Paper presented at AAASS 36th National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Boston. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2003, August). The Rise of the Bibliographical Reference and the Demise of the Biblical Citation in Monastic-Scholarly Writings. Paper presented at 13th International Congress of Slavists, International Congress of Slavists, Ljubljana, Slovenia. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2003, May). Silent Reading and Authority in Fifteenth-Century Muscovy. Paper presented at 38th International Congress on Medieval Studies, International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2002, November). Novgorod-Kirillov Intellectual Contacts in the Fifteenth Century: The Problem and the Evidence. Paper presented at AAASS 34th National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Pittsburgh. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2002, May). John Damascene and the Reader with One Eye to the Earth. Paper presented at 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies, International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo. (International)
Koropeckyj, R., & Romanchuk, R. (presented 2001, December). Ukraine in Blackface: Performance and Representation in Gogol's Dikanka. Paper presented at AATSEEL 2001 Annual Meeting, American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, New Orleans. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2001, May). Two Variants of 'Intellectual Awakening' among the Fifteenth-Century East Slavs ('Judaizing' and 'Monastic-Scholarly' Trends). Paper presented at 36th International Congress on Medieval Studies, International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2000, November). Fifteenth-Century Rus' 'Learnedness' and the Editing of the Interpretive Palaia. Paper presented at AAASS 32d National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Denver. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 1999, December). From 'Pilgrim Book' to Treasure-House: Fifteenth-Century Monastic Editing of the Khozhenie igumena Daniila. Paper presented at AATSEEL 1999 National Meeting, American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, Chicago. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 1999, November). Notes for a Typology of Monastic Reading and Editing. Paper presented at AAASS 31st National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, St. Louis. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 1998, December). Lord Brother Aleksandr and Lord Father John Damascene: A Fifteenth-Century Rus' Monk's Encounter with the Art of Interpretation. Paper presented at AATSEEL 1998 National Meeting, American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, San Francisco. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 1998, September). Efrosin of Kirillov as an Antiquarian and Amateur of Kievan Rus'. Paper presented at AAASS 30th National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Boca Raton. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 1997, November). The Textual Community of the Kirillo-Belozerskii Monastery: Textual Strategies in the Community's Early Years (ca. 1397-1435). Paper presented at AAASS 29th National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Seattle. (National)

Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Symposia
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2010, March). Four Ways to Write a Perverse Symptom: Stratagems and Strategies of Gogol's Mirgorod. Keynote presentation in University of Toronto Slavic Studies Colloquium. Symposium conducted at the meeting of University of Toronto. (International)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2009, November). The Igor Tale and the Zadonshchina: Remarks at Roundtable "What Textual Criticism and Linguistic Analysis Tell Us about the Origin of the Igor' Tale". Presentation at AAASS 41st National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Boston. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (presented 2003, November). Comparativism and Medievalism: Remarks at Roundtable "What's at Stake? Bringing Western Europe into Our Research and Teaching". Presentation at AAASS 35th National Convention, Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies, Toronto. (National)

Invited Workshops
Romanchuk, R. (2018, March). Grammatical and Lexical Patterning in the Slavic Translations of the Alexander Romance and Digenis Akritis. Workshop delivered at 21st Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2017, February). Once again on the Amazon Episode of the Slavic Digenis Akritis. Workshop delivered at 20th Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2016, February). How (and Where) the Slavic Digenis Akritis Was Made: The Oral-Formulaic Evidence. Workshop delivered at 19th Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2015, February). Motifs and Mouvance in the Devgenievo deianie. Workshop delivered at 18th Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2014, February). The Devgenievo deianie in MS RNB Pogodin 1773. Workshop delivered at 17th Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2013, February). A New Edition of the Devgenievo deianie. Workshop delivered at 16th Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2012, February). Difference and Syncretism in the Slavic Grammatical Tradition (14th-16th c.). Workshop delivered at 15th Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2011, February). Natural Contemplation and Letters in Maximus the Confessor. Workshop delivered at 14th Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2010, February). Konstantin Kostenecki's Rus(s)ian Reception. Workshop delivered at 13th Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2008, February). What is the Object of 'Hesychast Grammar'? (Konstantin Kostenecki and Nikon Jerusalimac). Workshop delivered at Twelfth Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2007, February). The Uses of Study in Elite Orthodox Convents (Byzantium and Serbia, 14th-15th Centuries). Workshop delivered at Eleventh Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2006, April). The Pedagogical Context of the Serbo-Montenegrin 'Gorica Miscellany' (SANU no. 446). Workshop delivered at Ninth Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago. (Regional)
Romanchuk, R. (2006, February). The Serbian Context of the So-Called 'Encyclopedia of a Russian Hegumen' (Kir.-Bel. no. XII). Workshop delivered at Tenth Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2005, April). 'Scripture Says, Man Is a Rational Mortal Animal': Efrosin of Kirillov's Rewriting of the Ps.-Chrysostomic Sermones in Job. Workshop delivered at Eighth Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago. (Regional)
Romanchuk, R. (2005, February). Empiricism or Natural Contemplation? Serbian Medical Treatises in the Books of Kirillov Monastery. Workshop delivered at Ninth Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2004, February). From Polemics to Paideia: the 'School' Reception of an Apologetic Corpus at Kirillov (Kir.-Bel. No. 10/1087). Workshop delivered at Eighth Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2003, May). Metaphrastic Activity at Kirillov in the Mid-15th Century. Workshop delivered at Sixth Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago. (Regional)
Romanchuk, R. (2003, February). The Hermeneutics of John Damascene's Dialectica. Workshop delivered at Seventh Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2002, April). The Textology and Reception of the Izmaragd. Workshop delivered at Fifth Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago. (Regional)
Romanchuk, R. (2002, February). Two Fifteenth-Century Manuscripts of the Zlataia chep' and Kirillov's Appropriation of Byzantine Learning. Workshop delivered at Sixth Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2001, March). Textual Communities and 'Horizon Shifts' in Fifteenth-Century Rus' Letters (The Case of the Judaizers). Workshop delivered at Fifth Annual Winter Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavic Studies, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2000, May). The 'Glavy latinskie': A Thirteenth-Century Byzantino-Slavic Refutation of Latin Genealogies of the Holy Family. Workshop delivered at Third Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago. (Regional)
Romanchuk, R. (1999, May). Proto-Scholastic Reading at the Kirillov Monastery in the Fifteenth Century. Workshop delivered at Second Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago. (Regional)
Romanchuk, R. (1999, April). Efrosin of Kirillov's Zadonshchina: Research Note (4/16/99). Workshop delivered at UCLA Fourth Annual Winter Workshop on Medieval Slavic Culture, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (1997, May). Lectio divina among the Slavs. Workshop delivered at Midwest Medieval Slavic Workshop, University of Chicago. (Regional)
Romanchuk, R. (1997, March). Experiential (Mystical) Techniques in Orthodox Monasticism and Their Reception in Rus'. Workshop delivered at UCLA Second Winter Workshop: Topics in Medieval Slavic Culture, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (1996, March). The Apprehension of Charisma in the Lives of Kirill Belozerskii. Workshop delivered at UCLA Winter Workshop: Topics in Medieval Russian Culture, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Romanchuk, R. (2018, November). The Old Slavonic Digenis Akritis: Its Origin, 'Formulaic Style,' and Problems of Its Edition. Delivered at Third Annual Workshop in Medieval and Early Modern Slavonic Studies/Byzantine Worlds Seminar, Cambridge, UK. (International) Retrieved from http://talks.cam.ac.uk/talk/index/111994
Romanchuk, R. (2018, November). The Old Slavic Digenis Akritis: Translation out of Greek vs. Translation into Slavic. Delivered at Early Slavists' Seminar, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard, Cambridge MA. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (2018, October). Pre-National Writing between Knowledge and Enjoyment: The Case of Little Russian Literature. Delivered at School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics Seminar, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. (International) Retrieved from https://arts.monash.edu/news/roman-koropeckyj-robert-romanchuk-academic-visitors-october/
Romanchuk, R. (2018, October). What Is Little Russian Literature? Delivered at Cambridge Committee for Russian and East European Studies Seminar/Cambridge Ukrainian Studies Lecture Series, Cambridge, UK. (International) Retrieved from http://talks.cam.ac.uk/talk/index/111979
Romanchuk, R., & Hostetler, B. (2018, October). A Twelfth-Century Slavonic Ekphrasis of Hippodrome Scenes in the Cathedral of St. Sophia in Kyiv? Delivered at Third Annual Public Lecture in Medieval and Early Modern Slavonic Studies Lecture/Byzantine Worlds Seminar, Cambridge, UK. (International) Retrieved from http://talks.cam.ac.uk/talk/index/111988
Romanchuk, R. (2018, October). The Old Slavic Digenis Akritis: Its 'Formulaic Style' and the Question of Adaptation or Translation. Delivered at Seminar in Ukrainian Studies, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard, Cambridge MA. (International) Retrieved from https://www.huri.harvard.edu/news/news-from-huri/356-digenis-akritis-a-border-guard-transcending-borders.html
Romanchuk, R. (2017, March). Gogol's Mirgorod: Four Ways to Write a Perverse Symptom. Delivered at University of Pittsburgh Humanities Center, Pittsburgh PA. (National) Retrieved from http://www.humcenter.pitt.edu/event/robert-romanchuk-lecture-gogol-s-mirgorod-four-ways-write-perverse-symptom
Romanchuk, R. (2016, May). Gogol's Mirgorod: Four Ways to Write a Perverse Symptom. Delivered at Stanford University Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, Stanford CA. (National)
Romanchuk, R. (2014, May). A New Edition of the Devgenievo deianie. Delivered at Early Slavists' Seminar, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard, Cambridge MA. (International)
Romanchuk, R. (2005, May). Bibliographical Technologies at the Kirillo-Belozerskii Monastery in the Fifteenth Century. Delivered at Early Slavists' Seminar, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard, Cambridge MA. (International)

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Senator, United Faculty of Florida-FSU (2014–2016).
Director, Interdepartmental Medieval Studies Minor, FSU (2003–2014).
Member, FSU Graduate Policy Committee Review Sub-Commitee, Classics (2012).
FSU Co-Representative, Critical Languages Network Initiative, Florida SUS (2011–2012).
Member, FSU Graduate Policy Committee Review Sub-Commitee, Education (2011).
Faculty Senator, Modern Languages and Linguistics, FSU Faculty Senate (2008–2010).
Local Arrangements Committee, 35th Annual Byzantine Studies Conference, FSU (Sarasota) (2008–2009).
Organizing Committee, 28th Annual South Eastern Medieval Association Conference, FSU (2001–2002).

FSU College Service
Outside Member, Arts and Sciences Chair Search Committee, Religion (2011–2012).
Speaker, Arts and Sciences Leadership Council Meeting (2011).

FSU Department Service
Tenure Mentor, Asst. Prof. Ariel Stilerman, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2015–present).
Member, Curricular Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2014–present).
Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2014–present).
Chair, Undergraduate Program Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2014–present).
Co-chair, Film Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2013–present).
Member, Executive Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2006–present).
Member, Faculty Merit Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2006–present).
Member, Slavic Postdoctoral Scholar Search Committee (2015–2017).
Member, Promotion and Tenure/2nd/4th-Year Review Committee (2014–2015).
Member, Theory Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2001–2015).
Liaison, Pribic Family Professorship, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2007–2014).
Coordinator, Russian and Slavic Languages, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2006–2014).
Undergraduate Major/Minor Advisor, Russian and Slavic Languages, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2004–2014).
Curriculum Coordinator, Basic Russian Language Program, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2000–2014).
Co-author, Quality Enhancement Review Self-Study: MLL, all language programs (2012–2013).
Member, South Slavist Search Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2011–2012).
Member, Undergraduate Program Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2000–2011).
Member, Graduate Program Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2004–2010).
Member, Winthrop-King Graduate Award Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2006–2007).
Member, Film Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2000–2005).
Member, Hispano-Medievalist Search Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2003–2004).
Member, Lecture Series Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2003–2004).
Member, Library Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2003–2004).
Member, Technology Committee, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2001–2002).

FSU Institute or Center Service
'Liaison' for Ukrainian Delegation, FSU Learning Systems Institute—US Dept. of State Community Colleges Administrator Program (2016).
Strozier Library 'Liaison', Berkeley Slavic Specialties Library of Old Russian, Old Church Slavonic, and Other Early Slavic Languages and Literatures (2001–2005).
Strozier Library Exhibit Organizer, 28th Annual South Eastern Medieval Association Conference, FSU (2001–2002).

The Profession
Editor for Refereed Journals
Co-Editor, Polata knigopisnaia: A Journal Devoted to the Study of Early Slavic Books, Texts, and Literatures (2007–present).

Editor for Nonrefereed Journals
Consulting Editor, ch. 4, Mykhailo Hrushevsky: History of Ukraine-Rus', v. 3 (2013–present).
Consulting Editor, ch. 4, Mykhailo Hrushevsky: History of Ukraine-Rus', v. 6 (2008–2012).

Editorial Board Membership(s)
Slověne: International Journal of Slavic Studies (2012–present).

Reviewer for Textbooks
Monographs: Brill (East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages series), Duke UP (2008–present).
Articles: Russian Review, Slavic Review, SEEJ, CSP, Speculum, Med. Encounters, Arthurian Literature (2005–present).

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
American Councils for International Education (NEH Collaborative Research Fellowship) (2007–present).
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (2007–present).

Service to Professional Associations
Board Member-At-Large, American Association for Ukrainian Studies (2009–present).
Newsletter Editor, Early Slavic Studies Association (2000–2004).

The Community
Guest Lecturer, "Spotlight on Ukraine" lecture series, Trinity Methodist Church (2014).

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