Education & Training
- PhD, Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Pittsburgh, 2007
- MA, Slavic Linguistics, University of Pittsburgh, 1995
- MAT, Johns Hopkins University, 1989
- Elements of Russian
- Intermediate Russian
- Advanced Grammar for Fluency
- The Russian Press
- Historical Linguistics
- Russian Technical Translation
- Soul of Russia
- Critical Analysis: The Russian Fairy Tale
- Out of the Shadows: Women in Russia
Czeczulin, Annalisa and Olya Samilenko (with students of the Goucher-Hopkins Russian Cooperative Program). Constructivist Design for the Soviet Cinema (Translated and Archived Museum Exhibit; 100 artifacts). New York, New York: Glenn Horowitz Museum, 2015
Czeczulin, Annalisa Czeczulin. The Russian Reflexive in Second-Language Acquisition: Binding Preferences and L1 Transfer. Germany: Verlag, 2011.
Czeczulin, Annalisa. “Classroom Potpourri,” ACTR National Newsletter, March 2011- present (quarterly).
Czeczulin, Annalisa. “Use of the Pronouns v and na in the Russian Prepositional Case.” Proceedings of the University of Michigan Slavic Conference. Ann Arbor Press: Ann Arbor,1995.
Employment Since Graduation
Assistant Professor, Department of Modern Languages (Russian), Goucher College
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Russian, Johns Hopkins University
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Russian, Towson University.
Dissertation Title and Year
The Russian Reflexive in Second-Language Acquisition: Binding Preferences and L1 Transfer, 2007