People

Carrie Levesque, Ph.D.

Levesque

Humanities
c_levesq@uncg.edu
Fort Kent, Maine


Education

Ph.D., Duke University, 2002
Russian Literature — Graduate certificates in Women’s Studies & Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies

B.A., Bates College, 1994
Russian

Academic Experience:

Lecturer, Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Studies Program, 2010–Present
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Lecturer, Department of German and Russian, 2004–2010
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

Adjunct Instructor, English Department, 2004–2005
Durham Technical Community College

Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian Language and Literature, 2003–2004
Duke University

Awards and Honors:

Ernestine Friedl Research Award, Women’s Studies Program
Duke University, 2002

Graduate Award for International Research;
Dissertation Research (Zagreb, Croatia)
Duke University, 2001

Graduate Award for Research and Training;
Dissertation Research (Prague, Czech Republic)
Duke University, 2000

James B. Duke Fellowhship
Duke University, 1996–2000

Summer Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship
(Prague, Czech Republic)
Duke University, 1999

Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship;
Russian Language Study
Duke University, 1997–1998

Summer Foreign Language Area Studies Fellowship
(St. Petersburg, Russia)
Duke University, 1997

Phi Beta Kappa (ΦΒΚ)
Bates College, 1995

Alfred J. Wright Prize
Bates College, 1995