Angelina Ilieva

Lecturer; Director of Undergraduate Studies (Winter 2017 and Spring 2017)
Lecturer in Balkan and South Slavic Literature

Research Interest:
Balkan and South Slavic Literatures

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Angelina Ilieva's general interests include the relation between representation and identity, anthropological approaches to culture, and contemporary critical theory. In particular, she is working on the role of trauma and sublimity in the emotional power of national identity.

Courses

Returning the Gaze: The Balkans and Western Europe
The Burden of History: The Nation and Its Lost Paradise
Balkan Folklore
Magic Realist and Fantastic Writings from the Balkans
Gender Identities in the Balkans through Literature and Film
Cinema of the Balkans
Twentieth Century Literatures from the Balkans
Introduction to Twentieth Century South Slavic Literatures
Literatures of the Balkan Non-Slavs: Albania, Romania, Greece, Turkey
Nineteenth Century Literatures of the Balkans