Dissertation Title and Year of Degree: A Cultural Analysis of the Russo-Soviet Anekdot, 2003
Research Interests: Contemporary Russian literature and culture, Russian and Central Asian cinema, humor theory, cultural studies
- Russkii anekdot v kontekste [The Russian Anekdot in Context]. Moscow: O.G.I., 2007. Forthcoming.
- Uncensored? Reinventing Humor and Satire in Post-Soviet Russia. Co-edited with Olga Mesropova. Slavica, 2007. Forthcoming.
- "Varieties of Reflexivity in the Anekdot." Reflective Laughter: Aspects of Humour in Russian Culture. Ed. Lesley Milne. London: Anthem Press, 2004.
- "The Wages of Syncretism: Folkloric New Russians and Post-Soviet Popular Culture." Russian Review 62.1 (January 2003): 37-53
- "Mikhail Mikhailovich Zhvanetsky." Russian Writers Since 1980. Dictionary of Literary Biography 285. Ed. Mark Lipovetsky and Marina Balina. Detroit: Gale, 2003. 357-64
Employment Since Graduation:
Lecturer and First-Year Russian language Coordinator, U. of Washington, Seattle, 2003-2004
Humanities Post-Doctoral Fellow, Stanford U., 2004-2006
Lecturer, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London
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Dissertation Title and Year of Degree: "Discourse, Pragmatics, and Transitivity in the Morphosyntax of Contemporary Ukrainian," 1998
Research Interests: Slavic linguistics, Ukrainian and Russian applied linguistics and language pedagogy, Gender linguistics, Discourse and Pragmatics.
- Monographs: "The Pragmatic Bases of the 'Variation' Between -a and -zero in the Accusative in Contemporary Ukrainian", Carl Becks Papers, Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh, 85 mspp. [forthcoming 2004]
- Refereed Articles: "Positive Negativity: Discourse and Pragmatic Subtleties of Ukrainian", special issue of the
Canadian Slavonic Papers, 27mspp. [forthcoming 2004], "Gender Voices in Electronic Discourse: A Forum in Ukrainian", submitted to the
Journal of Slavic Linguistics, special Issue in Slavic Sociolinguistics in June 2002, 28 mspp. [being refereed], "Communicating with the Press: Genderlects in Ukrainian".
Canadian Slavonic Papers vol. XLIV, nos. 1-2, March-June 2002: 97-124, "Whither or Where: Case Choice And Verbs of Placement in Contemporary Ukrainian".
Journal of Slavic Linguistics, 38 mspp. (2002), "The Language of Women's Magazines and Two Polarized Femininities in Contemporary Ukraine." In
Journal of Ukrainian Studies, vol. 26, no. 1-2. 2001. (special issues in memory of the late Danylo Husar Struk). 29 mspp, "-No/-To and Voice: Statality and Actionality in Contemporary Ukrainian." In
Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol. 40, Sept.-Dec. 1998: 189-208.
- Non-Refereed Articles: "The Internet as a Tool for the Acquisition of Language and Intercultural Awareness".
American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European
Languages, Newsletter Winter 2002, 9 mspp.
Employment Since Graduation: Visiting Lecturer, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures University of Toronto, 1996 - 1999; Assistant Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies: Germanic, Romance and Slavic, University of Alberta, 1999 - present
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Dissertation Title and Year of Degree: INHERITED DISCOURSE: STALINIST TROPES IN THAW CULTURE , 2002
Research Interests: Soviet and Post-Soviet Culture, Film and Cultural Theory
- "Cinema of Attractions versus Narrative Cinema: Leonid Gaidai's Comedies and El'dar Riazanov's Satires of the 1960s."
Slavic Review 62.3 Fall(2003): 455-73
- "Accomodating Consumers' Desires: El'dar Riazanov's Memoirs in Soviet and Postsoviet Russia."
Reading Russian Memoirs. Edited by Beth Holmgren. Evanston: Northwestern UP, 2003.
- "Marina Palei." Dictionary of Literary Biography. Volume 285. Russian Writers Since
1980. Editors Marina Balina and Mark Lipovetsky. Detroit: Gale Research, Inc. and Bruccoli Clark Layman, Inc., 2003. 196-201, "Boris Groys."
- Co-authored with Elena Prokhorova. Dictionary of Literary
Biography. Volume 285. Russian Writers Since 1980. Editors Marina Balina and Mark Lipovetsky. Detroit: Gale Research, Inc. and Bruccoli Clark Layman, Inc., 2003.
- "Soviet Family Melodrama of the 1940s and 50s: From Wait For Me To Cranes Are Flying."
Imitations of Life. Two Centuries of Melodrama in Russia
Editors Louise McReynolds and Joan Neuberger. Durham: Duke UP, 2002. 208-32.
- Springtime for Soviet Cinema: Re/Viewing the Sixties. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Film Symposium, 2001.
Employment Since Graduation: College of William and Mary
Office Telephone: 412-624-5712
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Dissertation Title and Year of Degree: "Fragmented Mythologies: Soviet TV Mini-Series of the
Research Interests: Soviet and post-Soviet television, film, and literature; media theory; cultural studies
- "Post-Utopian Body Politic: Masculinity and the Crisis of National Identity in Brezhnev-Era TV
Mini-Series." Gender and Nation. Eds. Helena Goscilo and Andrea Lanoux.
- "Can the Meeting Place Be Changed? Crime and Identity Discourse in Russian TV Series of the 1990s."
Slavic Review (Fall 2003): 512-524
- "Svetlana Vasilenko." Dictionary of Literary
Biography. Volume 285: Russian Writers Since 1980. Eds. Marina Balina and Mark Lipovetsky. Detroit: Gale Research, Inc. and Bruccoli Clark Layman, Inc., 2003.
- "Boris Groys" (with Aleksandr Prokhorov). Dictionary of Literary Biography. Volume 285: Russian Writers Since 1980.
Eds. Marina Balina and Mark Lipovetsky. Detroit: Gale Research, Inc. and Bruccoli Clark Layman, Inc., 2003.
- "Little Fool." Translation of the novel by Svetlana Vasilenko.
Shamara and Other Stories. Ed. Helena Goscilo. Evanston, IL: Northwestern UP.
- "Barkov, Ivan Semenovich" and "Baroque, The
Russian." Supplement to the Modern Encyclopedia of Russian, Soviet, and Eurasian History. Vol. 3. Eds George Rhyne and Edward J. Lazzerini. Gulf Breeze, FL: Academic International Press, 1999.
Employment Since Graduation: Visiting Instructor, Department of German and Slavic, George Washington University, 2002-2003; Visiting Instructor, Modern Languages Department, The College of William and Mary
Office Telephone: 757-221-3774
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Dissertation Title and Year of Degree: 2004
Research Interests: Gender and Russian literature, everyday life studies, novel theory
- "Reading the Kristevan Semiotic and Symbolic: Nina Sadur's 'Kol'tsa' and Marina Kulakova's 'Reka po imeni Master'."
Canadian Slavonic Papers 3-4 (2003)
- "Documenting Women's Voices in Perestroika Gulag Narratives."
Toronto Slavic Quarterly. Winter 2002-2003. http://www.utoronto.ca/slavic/tsq/032002/sutcliffe.html
- "Kritika o sovremennoi zhenskoi proze." Filologicheskie nauki 3 (2000). Reprinted in Zhenskii diskurs v literaturnom protsesse Rossii kontsa XX veka>. CD-ROM. Eds. Tat'iana Klimenkova, Elena Trofimova, Tat'iana Troianova. 2002.
Employment Since Graduation: Assistant Professor of Russian in the Department of German, Russian, and East Asian Languages at Miami University in Ohio, 2004-present. He is currently teaching courses on film and contemporary women's writing as well as a third-year Russian course. In the summer he will teach a course in Russia for the Havighurst Center for Soviet and Post-Soviet Center.