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Brendan James Nieubuurt
I develop the collections and offer liaison services that support the research, teaching, and learning activities within Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies. This field includes U-M departments and centers such as the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, the Armenian Studies Program, and the Weiser Centers. Additionally, I offer bibliographic instruction and research consultation to associated faculty, students, and members of the broader community.
MLS, Academic and Digital Librarianship, North Carolina Central University (anticipated 2020)
PhD, Slavic Languages (Russian Literature), Columbia University, 2018
Awarded 2018 International Vladimir Nabokov Society’s Zoran Kuzmanovich Prize for best dissertation. (Dissertation title: “Flesh Made Word: Inscription and the Embodied Self in Osip Mandelstam and Vladimir Nabokov”)
MPhil, Slavic Languages (Russian Literature), Columbia University, 2014
MA, Slavic Languages (Russian Literature), Columbia University, 2012
TORFL-1, Irkutsk State Linguistic University, 2010
BA, English Literature, University of Oregon, 2005