Kalina Yamboliev

kyamboliev@ucsb.edu

Office | Girvetz 1320

Ph.D., Medieval History, Mediterranean Studies,

University of California, Santa Barbara

 

M.A., Medieval History, Mediterranean Studies,

University of California, Santa Barbara

 

B.A., History, Minor in Italian,

University of Nevada, Reno

PUBLICATIONS

Kali Yamboliev teaches lower-division courses like Writing 1, Writing 2, and Writing 50 and upper-division courses in the 105 and 107 series, including Writing for Business, Writing for Public Relations, Magazine Writing for Publication, and Science Writing for the Public. 

 

She has also worked in translation, editing, and publishing for the past ten years, and is currently a co-editor for Starting Lines, the Writing Program’s anthology of student writing. 

 

Her research interests center on the rhetorical strategies politicians, the media, and the public use to create ideas of ethnic and national belonging, with a focus on anti-immigrant rhetoric in Italy, both historical and contemporary.

Magazine Writing for Publication (107M)

Writing for Public Relations (107P) 

Science Writing for the Public (105SW)

Business and Administrative Writing (107B)

Writing 1

Writing 2

Writing 50

Magazine Writing for Publication (107M)

Writing for Public Relations (107P) 

Science Writing for the Public (105SW)

Business and Administrative Writing (107B)

Writing 1

Writing 2

Writing 50

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