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In Memoriam

 

Alex E. Alexander
Professor Alexander passed away unexpectedly on January 10, 2012, after a brief illness. He will be dearly missed by his colleagues and students. The former head of the Russian and Slavic Studies program from 1974-2010, Dr. Alexander also directed the program in Polish language and culture at Hunter, sponsored by the Kosciuszko Foundation. He joined the Hunter faculty in 1967. Professor Alexander's primary fields were Medieval Russian literature, Folklore and Slavic Mythology. He published two books on these topics: Bylina and Fairy Tale, and Russian Folklore, and articles on topics such as Gogol, Lewis Carroll and Nabokov. Professor Alexander was a frequent departmental representative on the Academic Senate and was a member of the Governing Council of the College's Women's Studies Program.
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