Digital Humanities talk


Location: 102 Hesburgh Library

An event that may be of interest to those interested in some combination of Russian, radicalism, DH, and/or pedagogy, via Maksim Hanukai (


Joseph Brodsky: Digital Humanities Lab

Wednesday, March 18 at 4:30 PM

Rare Books and Special Collections (102 Hesburgh Library)


Marijeta Bozovic

Assistant Professor of Slavic (Yale University)


Marijeta Bozovic is Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages Literatures at Yale University, and a specialist in Russian and Balkan literature of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. She is also the Principle Investigator of the Beinecke Library’s Joseph Brodsky Digital Humanities Lab. The project aims to create an online platform to draw attention to the library’s extensive collection of Brodsky’s materials, to design research tools that will help navigate the materials, and to make original scholarly contributions. In her guest lecture at Notre Dame, Prof. Bozovic will share her experiences with this project and suggest potential applications of Digital Humanities tools and methodologies both in the library and in the classroom.