Ana Siljak

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Ana Siljak
Occupation writer, historian, academic
Nationality Canadian
Period 2000s-present
Notable works Angel of Vengeance: The Girl Assassin, the Governor of St. Petersburg and Russia's Revolutionary World

Ana Siljak is a Canadian historian and writer. She is best known for her Charles Taylor Prize-nominated book Angel of Vengeance: The Girl Assassin, the Governor of St. Petersburg and Russia's Revolutionary World, a biography of Vera Zasulich published in 2008.[1]

She is a professor of Russian and Eastern European history at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario,[2] and has contributed reviews of history and non-fiction books to the Literary Review of Canada.[3] She has a PhD in history from Harvard University.[2] She was also coauthor with Philipp Ther of Redrawing Nations: Ethnic Cleansing in East-Central Europe, 1944-1948 (2001).

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