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Making a Precious Relationship with ISS at CNU
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The Chonnam Tribune introduces two foreign professors who have a relationship with Chonnam National University and their book that recently won a Russian award.  -Ed.

Douglas Stuber (left), Elena Katyshevtseva(right), authors of Modern Russian History 

    Douglas Stuber (Chonnam National University), Elena Katyshevtseva (Professor, Izhevsk State Technical University) and Ivan Kuznetsov (Novisibirsk State University) are co-authors of Modern Russian History that was published by Chonnam National University Press and won the 2012 Humanities Laureates Award from the Russian Fund of National Education Development in September, 2013. Among the three foreign professors, this reporter interviewed with Douglas Stuber, a visiting assistant professor of English Language & Literature, and Elena Katyshevsteva, a tenured Professor of history, about how they wrote the book.  
Katyshevsteva met Stuber in the 2011 International Summer Session (ISS) at CNU for the first time but they easily become intimate since Stuber already knew her daughter, Mila Katyshevsteva from his lectures. Although their fields and nationality are different from each other, Stuber had an interest in Russian history and Katyshevsteva is a history professor. They started to conduct research on Russian history together. Katyshevtseva arranged the Russian modern history and Stuber and her daughter concentrated on translating her works into English with him. After two summers passed, Modern Russian History was published by the CNU Press in 2012. The book covers from 1917 to 2010 and describes the horrors and triumphs that have made up the last 100 years in Russia.
“We spent two years publishing this book. It is meaningful because it is the result of decades of study and lectures of Professor Ellena Katyshevtseva and her teacher, Professor Ivan Kuznetsov,” said Stuber. Katyshevtseva said, “Korea and Russia are geographically close neighbors and recently have had a close relationship with each other. The modern history of Russia is interesting with various controversial issues. I hope Korean students have more interest in Russian modern history.” She added that the relationships from the ISS met with this great result. “I especially want to express my gratitude to the ISS program and Shin Gyung-goo, the retired professor of CNU who inspired our project.”
By Son Hyun-jee, Student Editor
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