Simmons, Cynthia Francene 1949-
SIMMONS, Cynthia Francene 1949-
PERSONAL: Born October 1, 1949, in Pittsburgh, PA; daughter of Raymond Arthur and Ligia Adele (DeSimone) Simmons; married Timothy Kevin Stanton, August 20, 1978; children: Liam, Emma. Education: Attended University of Zagreb, 1970-1971; Indiana University, A.B. (Russian), 1972; Brown University, A.M. (Russian language and literature), 1972, Ph.D. (Slavic languages), 1979.
ADDRESSES: Offıce—Department of Slavic and Eastern Languages, Boston College, 210 Lyons Hall, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467. E-mail—[email protected] edu.
CAREER: University of Wisconsin, Madison, assistant professor, 1980-87, associate professor, 1987-90; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, member of staff, 1990-94; Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA, associate professor, 1994—.
(Editor, with Andrew Mackie and Tatyana McAuley) For Henry Kucera: Studies in Slavic Philology and Computational Linguistics, Michigan Slavic Studies (Ann Arbor, MI), 1992.
Their Fathers' Voice: Vassily Aksyonov, Venedikt Erofeev, Eduard Limonov, and Sasha Sokolov, Peter Lang (New York, NY), 1993.
(With Nina Perlina) Writing the Siege of Leningrad:Women's Diaries, Memoirs, and Documentary Prose, University of Pittsburgh Press (Pittsburgh, PA), 2002.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
Canadian Slavonic Papers, March-June, 1996, Laura Beraha, review of Their Father's Voice: Vassily Aksyonov, Venedikt Erofeev, Eduard Limonov, and Sasha Sokolovk, p. 259.
Library Journal, April 1, 2002, Harry Willems, review of Writing the Siege of Leningrad: Women's Diaries, Memoirs, and Documentary Prose, p. 125.
Russian Review, January, 1996, Konstantin Kustanovich, review of Their Father's Voice, pp.112-113.
Slavic and East European Journal, spring, 1996, Daniel Rancour-Laferriere, review of Their Father's Voice, p. 187; summer, 1998, Sharon Flank, review of For Henry Kucera: Studies in Slavic Philology and Computational Linguistics, pp. 353-355.
Slavic Review, spring, 1996, Kathyrn Henry, review of Their Father's Voice, pp. 234-235.
Slavonic and East European Review, October, 1994, F. E. Knowles, review of For Henry Kucera, pp.703-704.*