Introducing Dartmouth's New Faculty Members

Tatiana Filimonova
Assistant Professor of Russian
Reed Hall, room 204

Education: BA, Herzen University | MA, Northwestern University | PhD, Northwestern University

Much of Russian literature has been shaped by Russia's colonial history and its resulting multiethnic population. The identity of Russia's people and their aspirations are the subject of many novels and have inspired powerful imperialist intellectual trends. In my research, I examine how these trends play out in literature and how a geopolitical frame of mind affects Russia's collective identity. I am also interested in regional identities, migration narratives, and the history and writing of Siberia's Indigenous peoples.

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