Across Generations: Oral histories of Soviet Jewish immigrants in greater Boston, 1995-1998

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David Sloane was Associate Professor of Russian at the Department of German, Russian, Asian Languages and Literature at Tufts University for over thirty years. He founded and developed the Tufts Russian exchange program with Mendeleev University in Moscow, taught a range of classes in language and literature also at Middlebury College's intensive language school, and directed an oral history project among Russian-Jewish immigrants in the Boston area. He has published extensively on Tolstoy, Nikolai Gogol, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Alexander Pushkin and Alexander Block, on women poets in the nineteenth century, and about Mikhail Bakhtin. He retired from Tufts in 2011.

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