Vladimir Wozniuk, Professor Emeritus and formerly Director of International Studies, Western New England University BA, Connecticut; MAR, Yale; MA, PhD, Virginia Vladimir has written on comparative foreign policies, nationalism, and the interplay of political thought, religion and literature, with special focus on Russia and the former Soviet bloc. His most recent project published as Center Associate is an edited and annotated translation: The Karamazov Correspondence: Letters of Vladimir S. Soloviev. He has also authored or edited several other volumes. His peer-reviewed articles have appeared in scholarly journals such as Russian Review, Nationalities Papers, and Journal of Church and State. He has also contributed op-ed pieces to the International Herald Tribune/New York Times (International), Christian Science Monitor, Chicago Tribune, Baltimore Sun, and Atlanta Journal-Constitution., Prior to returning to his native New England, he held faculty appointments at the University of Georgia and Lafayette College.