Ivana Dizdar published her paper "He Loves Me Not: Marriage and Migration in the Work of Tanja Ostojić" in Thresholds 48 (2020). The paper grew out of her masters thesis research, which was supported by a PepsiCo Fellowship from the Harriman Institute.
Harriman Alumna Ani Kokobobo (Associate Professor of Slavic Languages, University of Kansas) writes for the Monkey Cage about "How Alabama's new abortion law echoes Communist Albania's extreme abortion ban."
Family and friends of the late James Stephenson have established the James Mead Stephenson Memorial Fellowship to provide financial support to an outstanding SIPA student each year. The fellowship will be awarded to a returned Peace Corps volunteer who exemplifies Stephenson’s commitment to international development and humanitarian aid.
Half of the six articles in the current issue of Pushkin Review (18-19) were penned by Columbia Slavic Ph.D.s, all of whom are former Harriman Junior Fellows.
What was it like to be a contestant on a Soviet TV game show during the 1980s? Alum Bruce Pannier recalls his participation on a Harriman Institute team of American contestants on the Russian game show, "Chto? Gde? Kogda?" (What? When? Where?) during the late 1980s for RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty.