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Aleksandar Bošković and Jennifer Zoble

Aleksandar Bošković is a lecturer in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian at Columbia University, where he teaches courses on the intersection of literature and visual culture in the Slavic avant-gardes, Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav cinema, and South Slavic literature. He is the author of The Poetic Humor in Vasko Popa’s Oeuvre (Institute for Literature and Art in Belgrade, 2008).

Jennifer Zoble is a writer, editor, educator, and literary translator. She coedits InTranslation, the online journal of international literature that she cofounded in 2007 at The Brooklyn Rail; teaches academic and creative writing in the interdisciplinary liberal studies program at NYU; and translates Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian- and Spanish-language literature. Her translations have appeared in AnomalousWashington SquareAbsintheThe Iowa ReviewThe Baffler, and Stonecutter, among others. She is the founding coproducer of the international radio drama podcast Play for Voices, slated to launch in the fall of 2016.

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