Meglena Miltcheva

Address: JC Long 428
Phone: 843.953.1995

Maggie Miltcheva received her M. A. in Russian and English from Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” in 1994. She joined the College’s Russian Studies Program in 2002. She teaches Elementary through Advanced Russian courses as well as Russian Literature in Translation courses and Comparative Literature courses. Among research interests are Russian, East Slavic and Celtic folklore and mythology, 19thcentury Russian literature (especially the works for Dostoevsky), and contemporary Russian literature. Her book review on “Weaving Tapestry in Rural Ireland” by Meghan Nuttall Sayres was published by the Irish literary supplement in 2007.


University of Sofia

Research Interests

Russian, East Slavic and Celtic folklore and mythology, 19th century Russian literature

Contemporary Russian literature

Courses Taught

Courses taught:
RUSS 101 – RUSS 313

Special topics courses:
RUSS 295 Russian for Mass Media
RUSS 331 Business Russian

Literature in Translation courses:
LTRS 110 Russian folktales in Translation
CPLT 200 Intro to Comparative Literature
CPLT 400 Comparative Literature Capstone


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