SEEJ

AcronymDefinition
SEEJSlavic and East European Journal
SEEJStudents for Environmental and Economic Justice (Columbia University)
SEEJSociety of Environmental Engineers Journal
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8) See our article "Zukovskij's Early Translations of the Ballads of Robert Southey," SEEJ, IX (1965), 181-190.
See also our "Zukovskij's First Translation of Gray's Elegy," SEEJ, 10 (1966): 167-72; "Zukovskij's Translation of Oliver Goldsmith's 'The Deserted Village,'" Germano-Slavica, I (1973): 19-28; and "Zukovskij's Translation of Byron's 'The Prisoner of Chillon,'" SEEJ, 17 (1973): 390-8.
Having said all this, however, what Tom did behind the scenes to help the profession mature may be his greatest contribution: his tireless work as the first and most important editor of SEEJ, his prompt and copious responses to anyone needing his advice on Pushkin and other matters, his training of a generation of scholars.
6) See our articles "Zukovskij's Early Translations of the Ballads of Robert Southey," SEEJ.
12) See our articles "Zukovskij's Early Translations of the Ballads of Robert Southey," Slavic and East European Journal, 9 (1965), 181-190; "Zukovskij's First Translation of Gray's Elegy," SEEJ, 10 (1966), 167-172; "Zukovskij's Translation of Oliver Goldsmith's 'The Deserted Village,'" Germano-Slavica, I (1973), 19-28; "Zukovskij's Translation of The Prisoner of Chillon," SEEJ, 17 (1973), 390-398; and "Zukovskij and Southey's Ballads: The Translator as Rival," The Wordsworth Circle, 5 (1974), 76-88.