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Biliana focuses on French literature and history of the 18th and 19th centuries. Her dissertation, entitled The Tribune and the People: Revolutionary leadership in 19th century France, addresses the question of how French practitioners and theorists of revolution of the 19th century have struggled to define the relationship between popular sovereignty and representative leadership. Biliana is the graduate student coordinator for the French Culture Workshop and the web manager of CMEMS. She is also part of the Mapping of the Republic of Letters, a collaborative digital humanities project.
French, German, Russian, Bulgarian
Summer 2013: TA at the Stanford Summer Humanities Institute - "Revolutions"
Spring 2013: TA for Complit 154A "Film and Philosophy" (Professors Alexis Burgess, Joshua Landy)
Winter 2013: French 204 "Revolutions in Prose: the 19th Century Novel" (co-taught with Prof. Dan Edelstein, Melanie Conroy)
Autumn 2012: French 132 "Literature, Revolutions, and Changes in 19th- and 20th-Century France"
Summer 2012: Frenlang 5B - Accelerated first year, second quarter French
Summer 2012: TA at the Stanford Summer Humanities Institute - "Revolutions"
Spring 2012: Frenlit 132 "Literature, Revolutions, and Changes in 19th- and 20th-Century France"
Autumn 2011: TA for Frengen 146/History 104A "Revolution! A Global History from 1640 to the Present" (Professors Keith Baker, Dan Edelstein)
Autumn 2010: Frenlang 21C (second year, first quarter French)
Winter, Spring 2010: Independent Study "Reading Bulgarian"
2009-2010: Autumn, Winter, Spring quarters: Frenlang 1, Frenlang 2, Frenlang 3 (first year French)
2007: University of Chicago, B.A. with honors in Romance Languages and Literatures (French), B.A. in Economics
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