Adjunct Professor Millicent Vladiv-Glover

  • I studied Russian, French and German at the University of Melbourne for a BA Honours degree, then completed an MA on the Russian 19th century novel and a PhD on Dostoevsky and Bakhtin , for which I did research at MGU ,(Moscow State University) on an ANU Exchange.

    I have lectured at Erlangen University and given guest lectures at Bochum, Hamburg and FUB (Berlin) as well as SUNY (Stony Brooke) and Columbia University.

  •   Vol. 10, No. 2                                                                                               2014 TRANSCULTURAL STUDIES: A SERIES IN INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH  SPECIAL ISSUE  THE SERBS AND MILES FRANKLIN IN WORLD WAR I IN DOCUMENTS, FICTION AND COMMENTARY Edited by Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover Abstract Miles Franklin’s sketches from the Balkan front are discussed in the context of Franklin as an Australian writer of “the soil” whose observations of the Serbian soldiers and life in the ... Read more
  • Edited by Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover Transcultural Studies: a Series in Interdisciplinary Research (Publisher: Charles Schlacks, Idyllwild, CA) Vol. 10 No. 2 (2014) THE SERBS AND MILES FRANKLIN IN WORLD WAR ONE IN DOCUMENTS, FICTION AND COMMENTARY http://www.transculturalstudies.com/InterdisciplinaryResearch   Read more
  • http://www.sbs.com.au/podcasts/Podcasts/serbian/episode/363824/Serbia-in-the-Great-War-1914-1918 Read more
  •   Millicent Vladiv-Glover (Monash University) speaks on F M Dostoevsky ABC RN’s Books and Arts Daily   Friday 26th September 2014 10 amEuropean Classics Book Club on Crime and Punishment. Hosted by Michael Williams, Director of the Wheeler Centre.  Producer: Anita Barraud http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/booksandartsdaily/european-classics-book-club/5167106   Read more
  • SPECIAL ISSUE ON: “SOCIALIST REALISM AND NATIONALISM IN MUSIC, LITERATURE, FILM AND PUBLIC DISCOURSE: THE TRANSCULTURAL DIMENSION” Editors: SLOBODANKA M. VLADIV-GLOVER ANDREW PADGETT You can find the volume published here: http://www.transculturalstudies.com/issue/view/49 Read more
  •     SPECIAL ISSUE ON: “SOCIALIST REALISM AND NATIONALISM IN MUSIC, LITERATURE, FILM AND PUBLIC DISCOURSE: THE TRANSCULTURAL DIMENSION” Editors: SLOBODANKA M. VLADIV-GLOVER ANDREW PADGETT VOL. 9, nos. 1-2                                                                                           2013 You can find the volume published here: http://www.transculturalstudies.com/issue/view/49   Read more
  •  SPECIAL ISSUE ON: “SOCIALIST REALISM AND NATIONALISM IN MUSIC, LITERATURE, FILM AND PUBLIC DISCOURSE: THE TRANSCULTURAL DIMENSION” Editors: SLOBODANKA M. VLADIV-GLOVER ANDREW PADGETT TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: Socialist Realism as Genealogy of an Era Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover                                                                                                                    1  A Petrine Day of Display: 21 December 1709 (with illustrations) Adrian Jones                                                                                                                         5   Belief in Zamyatin’s WE and Tarkovsky’s Stalker: Two Approaches to the Critique of Utopia. Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover                                                                                                ... Read more
  • EXISTENTIALIST SOCIETY 2014-2015 www.existentialistmelbourne.org 6th May 2014 Adjunct Associate Professor Millicent Vladiv-Glover (Languages, Cultures and Linguistics, Monash University) Free Public Lectures, followed by an extended period of questions and discussion: 8pm, Unitarian Hall, 110 Grey Street, East Melbourne. Melways Map 2G D2. Read more
  • Refereed Journals Marie-Emmanuelle Mokwapi and Samara Wilson, “Jules Janin: The French, As Seen Through Their Own Eyes.”  Translated by Marie-Emmanuelle Mokwapi and Samara Wilson. The Dostoevsky Journal : An Independent Review, Vols. 12-13 (2011-2012):135–147. (This translation is the result of a research project in Translation Studies, Monash University, supervised by Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover in 2009. The translators are ... Read more

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