Center Welcomes Visiting Scholar
Posted on September 1, 2016 by Susan McCready
The Center is delighted to welcome Tatiana Prorokova to the University of South Alabama. A doctoral candidate in American Studies at Philipps University of Marburg, Germany, her research analyzes fictional representations of U.S. interventionism from 1990 onward in film and literature. She is an academic editor at Pod Academy (UK). Her research interests include war studies, genocide studies, gender studies, and race studies, and are reflected in her (mostly forthcoming) publications in academic journals and edited collections. Tatiana Prorokova will speak at the Center's September 7 symposium, The Holocaust in Memory and History.
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