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  • Luba Golburt Lecture

    Luba Golburt, UC Berkeley will give a lecture on October 26, 2022, 5:30 pm, Reed Hall, room 107, free and open to the public.

    Luba Golbert
  • Welcome Lada Kolomiyets!

    Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Ukraine. She is teaching for the Comparative Literature Program and the Russian Department, fall 2022, COLT 19.03/RUSS 38.21. Her office is in Reed 216.

    Welcom Lada Kolomiyets
  • Welcome Anna Glazova!

    Northwestern University. She has joined the Russian Department and Comparative Literature Program. She is a visiting lecturer under the Harris German Visiting Professorship Program. She is co-teaching with Ainsley Morse fall term, RUSS 38.20/COLT 31.03: Poetry After War at the 6b.

    Anna Glazova
  • Welcome Pavel Lion!

    Pavel Lion (more known under his stage name Psoy Korolenko), sometimes referred to as a ''wandering scholar'' and ''avant-bard'', has joined the Russian Department this term co-teaching RUSS 13 @ 10 hour with Mikhail Gronas. His office in Reed 203.

    Pavel Lion
  • Welcome Tatiana Filimonova

    Tatiana Filimonova has joined the Dartmouth Russian Department as assistant professor. Her office is in Reed Hall, room 204. In fall 2022 she will teach Russian 1 and winter 2023 Russian 2.

    Tatiana Filimonova

Recent Publications

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  • The Fine Feats of the Five Cockerels Gang A Yugoslav Marxist-Surrealist Epic Poem for Children

    Aleksandar Bošković, Ainsley E. Morse

    Brill.Series: Avant-Garde Critical Studies, Volume: 40, 15 Mar 2022

  • "Little Big and the viral Gesamtkunstwerk" in Studies in Russian and Soviet Film

    Lynn Ellen Patyk

    Vol. 15 Issue 3 October 2021, 227-248

  • The X-word: Translating profanity in contemporary Russian poetry

    Ainsley E. Morse

    Translation and Interpreting Studies (March 2022)

  • The Imperative of Reliability

    Victoria Somoff

    Russian Prose on the Eve of the Novel, 1820s - 1850s (Studies in Russian Literature and Theory)