Degree: Ph.D., University of Chicago, 2003.
Dissertation: "Time in the Lyric Poetry of Joseph Brodsky."
Specialties/Research Interests: Russian poetry; literary and critical theory; the relationship of literature and philosophy; the use of literary texts in the teaching of secondary languages.
Current project(s): Completing monograph on Brodsky; beginning monograph on Derzhavin and Kant.
Courses regularly taught:
- R263/563-264/564 (two semester overview of Russian literature).
- Graduate courses on Russian literature of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries.
- "Derzhavin's Metaphysics of Morality," Slavic Review 66 (Summer 2007): 189-210.
- "Alexander Pushkin and the Irony of Temporality," Pushkin Review 8-9 (2005-2006), 1-25.
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