Brian Horowitz | e-mail
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Chair of Germanic and Slavic Studies
Professor of Russian and Jewish Studies
Professor Brian Horowitz, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley (1993), is a specialist in East European Jewish literature and history.
A prodigious publisher, Professor Horowitz has completed five journal articles during the past academic year and four encyclopedia articles. He is presently close to finishing a book on the Russian intelligentsia in late czarist Russia. Previously he published an original monograph, The Myth of A. S. Pushkin in Russia's Silver Age (Northwestern University Press, 1996).
He is the recipient of several prestigious research fellowships, including a Fulbright award, the Alexander Von Humboldt award from the German government and a Yad Hanadiv fellowship for study at Hebrew University.
Professor Horowitz was Director of Jewish Studies from July 1, 2003 through June 30, 2010.
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