Associate Professor of Russian; Director of Undergraduate Studies in Russian
211C Arts & Science Building
I study Russian literature and intellectual history of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Nikolai Gogol, Andrey Bely, and Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky are focal points for my research, which extends to broader questions about the forms and uses of the imagination.
- Literature: Russian poetry, drama, novel, romanticism, realism, modernism
- Language: Second-year Russian, third-year Russian
- Culture: Russian Civilization, Russia and America
- Honors: The Ancient World, the Early Modern World