Radmila Gorup
Senior Lecturer, Emerita in Slavic Languages
Radmila Gorup is Senior Lecturer Emerita of the Department of Slavic Languages and faculty emerita of the Balkan Studies Program. Born in Kragujevac in central Serbia, she lived and studied in Belgrade until she immigrated to North America in 1964 with her husband, Ivan Gorup. For many years she taught Serbo-Croatian as a lecturer in the Columbia Slavic Department, in addition to staying actively involved in the field of theoretical linguistics. She has published books and scholarly articles on a number of subjects. Her newest, After Yugoslavia: The Cultural Spaces of a Vanished Land (Stanford University Press), came out in June 2013.

Radmila Gorup is Senior Lecturer Emerita of the Department of Slavic Languages and faculty emerita of the Balkan Studies Program. Born in Kragujevac in central Serbia, she lived and studied in Belgrade until she immigrated to North America in 1964 with her husband, Ivan Gorup. For many years she taught Serbo-Croatian as a lecturer in the Columbia Slavic Department, in addition to staying actively involved in the field of theoretical linguistics. She has published books and scholarly articles on a number of subjects. Her newest, After Yugoslavia: The Cultural Spaces of a Vanished Land (Stanford University Press), came out in June 2013.

Radmila Gorup
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   rjg26@columbia.edu
   212 854 5627
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