NABOKV-L post 0012088, Sat, 19 Nov 2005 10:52:58 -0800

Subject
CORRECTION. Re: Vice President Election of the Vladimir Nabokov
Society
Date
Body
EDNOTE.Thanks to Brian and Phyllis Roth for noting the omission of Priscilla
Meyer's e-mail address at <pmeyer@wesleyan.edu>. Do NOT use her web address for
your vote.
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On 19/11/2005, at 1:59 PM, Donald B. Johnson wrote:

>
> EDNOTE.
>
> Priscilla Meyer, current President of the Vladimir Nabokov Society, is
> completing her term in December. In January 2006, Zoran
> Kuzmanovich, current
> vice-president and editor of NABOKOV STUDIES, becomes President of
> the Society
> for a two-year term. (2006-2008). The by-laws require an election
> for the
> vacated VP office.
> The nominating committee has put forward two distinguished
> Nabokovians as
> candidates. Brief resumes follow.
>
> ONLY SOCIETY MEMBERS -IN-GOOD-STANDING ARE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE. PLEASE
> VOTE BY FORWARDING THIS E-MAIL TO PRISCILLA MEYER at Priscilla Meyer
<pmeyer@wesleyan.edu> AFTER WRITING EITHER "BLACKWELL" OR
> "CONNOLLY" IN THE SUBJECT LINE. The deadline is December 1, 2005.
>
> -------------------------------------------------------------------
> STEPHEN BLACKWELL received his PhD in Slavic Languages and Literatures
> at Indiana University. Since 1995 he as been teaching Russian
> literature and language at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
> The author of several articles on Nabokov, he has also published
> Zina's
> Paradox: The Figured Reader in Nabokov's Gift (2000), and co-edited
> (with three others) the Festschrift In Other Words: Essays to Honor
> Vadim Liapunov (2000). He has also written about Nikolai Gogol, Lev
> Tolstoy, Iulii Aikhenvald, and Mikhail Bulgakov. He is currently
> conducting research for a book about the interrelations of Nabokov's
> scientific and artistic sensibilities; this project was awarded an NEH
> summer stipend in 2005.
>
> JULIAN W. CONNOLLY received his Ph.D. from Harvard University. He is
> currently Professor at the University of Virginia, and serves as Chair
> of the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. He is the
> author of Ivan Bunin (1982), Nabokov's Early Fiction: Patterns of Self
> and Other (1992), and The Intimate Stranger: Meetings with the
> Devil in
> Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature (2001). He also edited the
> volumes Nabokov's Invitation to a Beheading: A Course Companion
> (1997), Nabokov and His Fiction: New Perspectives (1999), and most
> recently, The Cambridge Companion to Nabokov (2005). He has written
> extensively on nineteenth- and twentieth-century Russian literature.
>
>
> Priscilla Meyer
> Russian Department
> 212 Fisk Hall
> Wesleyan University
> Middletown CT 06459
> (860) 685-3127 (work)
> (860) 347-0059 (home)

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