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Pavlovszky, Maria

Maria Pavlovszky received her undergraduate education at Lorand Eotvos University in Budapest, the Pushkin Institute in Moscow, Odessa State University, and Kliment Okhridski University in Sofia, Bulgaria. As an undergraduate, she studied under the direction of the Rusyn writer and scholar Emilian Baletskyi, wrote a dissertation on the history of Hungarian-Ukrainian linguistic relations, and did field work in the Rusyn village Komloska in northeastern Hungary. She received her doctorate in Russian literature at the University of Chicago in 1990. A native speaker of Hungarian, she is fluent in Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian, Polish and Serbo-Croatian. Her articles include “Church Slavonicisms and Hungarian Loanwords in Various Levels of the Carpatho-Rusyn Language (On the Basis of Lucskay’s Grammar and Szabo’s Xrestomatija ),” 1993. Pavlosvszky teaches Russian language and literature at Indiana University-Purdue University in Indianapolis.

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