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Carol Apollonio

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North American Dostoevsky Society

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Employment History

Instructor of Russian

Monterey Institute of International Studies


Professor of the Practice of Russian

Duke University


Conference-Level Interpreter

U.S. Department of State


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Raleigh Charter High School

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Dr. Patsy Collins, a professor at NCSU, and Dr. Carol Apollonio, a professor at Duke, were among those around the "kitchen table," who fed ideas into the hopper in the summer of 1998.


bodyliterature.com

Fiction, In Translation, Prose, Saturday European Fiction · Tagged: Alisa Ganieva, Bride and Groom, Carol Apollonio, Dalgat!, Debut Prize, Deep Vellum Publishing, Dostoevsky's Secrets, German Sadulaev, Glas New Russian Writing, Russian fiction, Russian writers, Salam, The Mountain and the Wall, Women in Translation
Translated from the Russian by Carol Apollonio CAROL APOLLONIO is Professor of the Practice of Russian at Duke University. Her most recent translation is German Sadulaev's The Dr. Apollonio is also a scholar specializing in the works of Fyodor Dostoevsky and Chekhov and on problems of translation. She is the author of the monograph Dostoevsky's Secrets (2009).


deepvellum.org

And in San Antonio I caught up with Carol Apollonio (my professor, mentor, and friend at Duke, and translator of The Mountain and the Wall by Alisa Ganieva), met Michael Naydan (the Ukrainian translator and professor at Penn State), discussed some new publishing projects and ideas with others . . . It was a damn good trip.


deepvellum.org

Translator: Carol Apollonio
Deep Vellum Publishing Date: June 2015


deepvellum.org

June 9: Alisa Ganieva - The Mountain and the Wall (translated by Carol Apollonio)
And in San Antonio I caught up with Carol Apollonio (my professor, mentor, and friend at Duke, and translator of The Mountain and the Wall by Alisa Ganieva), met Michael Naydan (the Ukrainian translator and professor at Penn State), discussed some new publishing projects and ideas with others . . . It was a damn good trip.


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