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CURRICULUM VITAE
Jenifer Presto

Comparative Literature Department

5242 University of Oregon

Eugene, OR 97403-5242

Home Tel: (541) 485-7400 Office Tel: (541) 346-4065

E-mail: presto@uoregon.edu



EDUCATION

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Ph.D. Slavic Languages and Literatures with Comparative Literature Minor May 1996

Dissertation: “Zinaida Gippius and the Fashioning of Gender,” Advisor: Clare Cavanagh

M.A. Slavic Languages and Literatures May 1989



Middlebury College

M.A. Russian Language August 1988


Smith College

A.B. Magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa Russian Literature May 1985


Study Abroad

Middlebury College Academic Year Program in Moscow 1987-1988

CIEE Semester Program in Leningrad Fall 1983
Additional Language Study

Italian Language Courses (Audit) University of Oregon Fall 2003-Winter 2006

Middlebury College Intensive Second-Year Russian Program Summer 1982
FIELDS OF INTEREST
Russian Modernism, Gender Studies, Literature and the Visual Arts, Imaginative Geographies, Russian-Italian Cultural Interactions, and Russian Émigré Literature
EMPLOYMENT
University of Oregon

Director of Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies 2013-present

Associate Professor of Comparative Literature and Russian 2006-present

Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and Russian 2003-2006


University of Southern California

Assistant Professor of Slavic and Comparative Literature 1997-2003

Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Slavic Languages and Literatures 1996-1997

University of Virginia

Visiting Lecturer in Slavic Languages and Literatures 1995-1996



Moscow State University

Resident Director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Exchange Program 1994-1995



University of Wisconsin-Madison

Teaching Assistant in the Russian Language Program 1990-1991 & 1986

Research Assistant for Faculty in the Slavic Department 1988-1990
HONORS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND GRANTS

CAS Program Grant for the Biennial REEES Graduate Symposium Spring 2017

Oregon Humanities Center VPRI Completion Grant Winter 2017

University Nominee for 2016 NEH Summer Stipend

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art Academic Support Grant Fall 2015

Faculty Research Award Summer 2015

CAS Program Grant for a Symposium in Memory of Prof. James Rice Spring 2014

Center for the Study of Women in Society Faculty Research Grant Fall 2012

Summer Stipend for Humanities and Creative Arts Faculty 2012

CAS Program Grant for “Russian and East European Arts, World Stage” Spring 2012

Oregon Humanities Center Research Fellowship Spring 2007

CAS Program Grant for “The Oregon Brodsky Symposium” Fall 2006

NCEEER Policy Research Fellowship ($22,000) Summer 2006

Summer Research Award 2005

Summer Workshop in Proposal Development 2005

Research Associate and Housing Grant Russian Center Champaign, IL Summer 2005

Junior Professorship Development Award 2004-2005, 2005-2006

University of Oregon New Faculty Award 2004-2005

Instructional Technology Workshop Stipend Fall 2004

Zumberge Research and Innovation Grant 2000-2001

Five College Women’s Studies Research Center Associate 2000-2001 (declined)

Marilyn Simpson Research Grant in the Humanities 1998-1999

Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship USC 1996-1997

NEH Summer Seminar on Gender and Identity in Russian Literature 1996

J. Thomas Shaw Prize for the Best Graduate Student Essay at Wisconsin AATSEEL 1993

Research Associate Russian Institute Champaign, IL Summer 1992

SSRC Dissertation Fellowship 1991-1992

University of Wisconsin Dissertation Fellowship 1991-1992

Dobro Slovo Honor Society 1986

Title VI Fellowship 1985-1986

Smith College Alumnae Scholarship 1985

First Group Scholar Smith College 1982, 1983 & 1985


PUBLICATIONS
Book

Beyond the Flesh: Alexander Blok, Zinaida Gippius, and the Symbolist Sublimation of Sex.

Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2008. xviii + 334 pp.

Special Issue

Special section on “Russian Geopoetics,” coedited and introduced with Anindita Banerjee,



Slavic Review vol. 75, no. 2 (2016): 247-330.
Journal Articles

“Introduction: Toward a Russian Geopoetics, or Some Ways of Relating Russia to the

World,” coauthored with Anindita Banerjee, Slavic Review vol. 75, no. 2 (2016): 247-55.
“Uncanny Excavations: Khodasevich, Pompeii, and Remains of the Past,” Russian Review

vol. 74, no. 2 (2015): 272-92.
“The Aesthetics of Disaster: Blok, Messina, and the Decadent Sublime,” Slavic Review vol.

70, no. 3 (2011): 569-90.


“Unbearable Burdens: Aleksandr Blok and the Modernist Resistance to Progeny and Domesticity.” Slavic Review vol. 63, no. 1 (2004): 6-25.
“The Androgynous Gaze of Zinaida Gippius.” Russian Literature XLVIII-I (2000): 87-115.
“Reading Zinaida Gippius: Over Her Dead Body.” Slavic and East European Journal vol. 43, no. 4 (1999): 621-35.
“The Fashioning of Zinaida Gippius.” Slavic and East European Journal vol. 42, no. 1 (1998): 58-75.
“Ivan Fedorovich Shpon’ka i ego tetushka’ as ‘Oral’ Narrative, or ‘Food for the Critics.’” Russian Literature XXXIX (1996): 359-72.

Book Chapter

“Women in Russian Symbolism: Beyond the Algebra of Love.” In A History of Women’s Writing in Russia, ed. Adele M. Barker and Jehanne Gheith. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2002. 134-52.


Encyclopedia Entries

“Decadence.” Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics. Fourth Edition. Eds. Roland

Greene and Stephen Cushman. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2013. 338-40.
“Zinaida Gippius.” Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History. Vol. 2. Ed. Bonnie G.

Smith. New York: Oxford University Press, 2008. 380-81.


“The Silver Age.” Europe 1789 to 1914: Encyclopedia of the Age of Industry and Empire. Vol. 4. Eds. John Merriman & Jay Winter. Detroit: Chas Scribner’s Sons, 2006. 2181-83.
“N. A. Teffi.” Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia. Vol. 15. Eds. Anne Commire & Deborah Klezmer. Waterford, CT: Yorkin Publications, 2002. 257-61.
“Zinaida Gippius.” Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia. Vol. 6. Eds. Anne Commire & Deborah Klezmer. Waterford, CT: Yorkin Publications, 2000. 253-58.

Book Reviews

Elena Glazov-Corrigan’s Mandel’shtam’s Poetics: A Challenge to Postmodernism. Slavic



and East European Journal vol. 47, no. 4 (2004): 686-88.
Temira Pakhmuss’s Zinaida Gippius: Hypatia dvadtsatogo veka. The Russian Review vol. 63, no. 1 (2004): 154-55.
WORK UNDER REVIEW
Special Issue

Forum on “World Revolution,” coedited and introduced with Anindita Banerjee, Slavic and



East European Journal (scheduled for fall 2017; 5 articles slated for the forum are currently under review)
Article

“Revolutionary Ecology: Maxim Gorky’s Italy,” Slavic and East European Journal

(8,826 words, currently under review for the forum on “World Revolution”)
WORK IN PROGRESS
Books

Modernism and Catastrophe: Russian Writing between Etna and Vesuvius (anticipated

completion date for the manuscript: September 14, 2017)


Table of Contents

Introduction



  1. Slow Catastrophe: Gippius, Taormina, and the Grand Tour

2. Seismic Landscapes: Blok, Messina, and the Decadent Sublime

3. Revolutionary Ecology: Gorky, Italy, and Global Geopoetics

4. Isle of the Dead: Bunin, Capri, and Traces of Tiberius

5. Flowers of the Ruins: Lozina-Lozinsky and Meditations on Exile



  1. Uncanny Excavations: Khodasevich, Pompeii, and Russian Remains

7. Distant Disasters: Nabokov, Naples, and Modernist Aftershocks

Epilogue
Nabokov’s Ecological Niche (in the planning stage)





Article

“Nabokov’s ‘Brambling in Oregon’” (in the planning stage)


CONFERENCE PAPERS AND INVITED LECTURES
“The Geopoetics of Gorky’s Italy” (ASEEES, Philadelphia, 2015)

“Lessons from ‘Lines Written in Oregon,’ or Finding Your ‘Ecological Niche’” (UO

Departmental Commencement Ceremony, Eugene, OR, June, 2015)

“Uncanny Excavations: Khodasevich, Pompeii, and Remains of the Past,” University of

Illinois-Chicago and Northwestern University (February 2015)

“Zinaida Gippius on the Shores of the Ionian Sea,” A Symposium on Russian and

Comparative Literature in Memory of James L. Rice (Eugene, OR, May 2014)

“Ionian Reflections: Zinaida Gippius, Taormina, and the World of Art” (ASEEES,

Boston, 2013)

“Uncanny Archaeology: Khodasevich, Pompeii, and the Russia’s Remains” (AATSEEL,

Seattle, 2012, Russian and East European Arts, World Stage, UO, May 2012, Wisconsin AATSEEL, UW-Madison, Oct 2012, Italy-Russia: Cases in Cultural Appropriation, Reed College, Oct 2012, AAIS, Eugene, OR April 2013)

“The Aesthetics of Disaster: Blok, Messina, and the Decadent Sublime” (UO Course on

“The Idea of Europe,” May 2011)

Big Night, or the Failure of Excellence” (UO Nomad Lecture and Film Series on

Sustenance, February 2011)

“Seismic Southern Italy, Revolutionary Russia, and the Writing of Rupture” (AAASS,

Boston, 2009)

“The Politics of Disaster: Blok, Gorky, and the 1908 Messina Earthquake” (Oregon Humanities Center, Spring 2007)

“Blok, Messina, and the Revolutionary Sublime” (AAASS, Salt Lake City, 2005)

“From Catastrophe to Strophe: The Messina Earthquake and Its Aftershocks in Russian Culture” (AAASS, Boston, 2004)

“Alexander Blok and the Modernist Family Romance” (Symposium on Russian Literature in the World Context, Smith College, April, 2003; AAASS, Pittsburgh, 2002)

“Poetry against Progeny: Alexander Blok and Modernist Filicide” (U of Pennsylvania, February, 2003; U of Oregon, January, 2003)

“Poetry against Progeny: Blok and the Problem of Poetic Reproduction” (USC Slavic Dept., December, 2001)

“Unbearable Burdens: Alexander Blok’s Resistance to Progeny and Acmeism” (AAASS, Denver, 2000)

“Infanticide as Creative Imperative in Alexander Blok” (BASEES, Cambridge, England,

2000; Rocky Mountain Slavic Conference, San Diego, 2000)

The Space between St. Petersburg and Leningrad: Liudmila Ivanova and the Transformation

of Russian Culture” (Rountable Presenter, USC Fisher Gallery, March 2000)

“20th Century Russian Women Writers and the Fashioning of Female Poetic Identity”

(USC First-Year Russian Program, Fall 1998)

“Gender and Russian Poetry” (USC First-Year Russian Program, Spring 1998)

“A Taste of Gogol” (USC Emeriti Association Lecture Series, Valley Oasis, December, 1997; Stetson U, March, 1997)

“Male Appropriation of the Maternal Metaphor: Alexander Blok and Poetic Reproduction” (AAASS, Seattle, 1997)

“Contemporary Russian Women” (USC First-Year Russian Program, Fall 1997)

“Reading Zinaida Gippius: Over Her Dead Body” (USC, March, 1997; Duke U, March, 1996; UVa, Feb. 1996; Bucknell U, January, 1995; MLA, Toronto, 1993)

“Zinaida Gippius and the ‘Body’ of Criticism” (AATSEEL, Washington D.C., 1996; Smith College, April, 1996)

“Zinaida Gippius” (USC First-Year Russian Program, Fall 1996)

Contes d’amour, or ‘Loving to be Able to’” (AATSEEL, Chicago, 1995)

“Redressing a Cultural Figure: Zinaida Gippius as Female Dandy” (AATSEEL,

San Diego, 1994)

“Critical (Mal)practice on Zinaida Gippius” (Wisconsin AATSEEL, 1994)

“The Fashioning of Zinaida Gippius” (Wellesley College, January, 1994; Wisconsin

AATSEEL, 1993)

“’Ivan Fedorovich Shpon’ka i ego tetushka’ as ‘Oral’ Narrative, or ‘Food for the Critics’” (AATSEEL, Toronto, 1993; Wisconsin AATSEEL, 1991)
TEACHING
University of Oregon

COLT 203: Modernist Lyric (Fall 2004 & 2005)

COLT 305: Cultural Studies (Spring 2010)

COLT 360: Adulterous Fiction (Fall 2007)

COLT 360: Marriage “Plots” (Spring 2004)

COLT 405: Directed Reading on Nabokov and Postmodernism (Summer 2014)

COLT 405: Directed Reading on the Epistolary Novel (Fall 2004)

COLT 405: Directed Reading on Modernist Poetry (Fall 2004)

COLT 410/510: Visuality and Literature (Spring 2015)

COLT 418/518: Gender and Modernism (Winter 2005)

COLT 430/530: Symbolism and Decadence (Spring 2011)

COLT 461/561: Writing Disaster (Winter 2006)

COLT 605: Directed Reading on Russian Literary Theory (Spring 2012)

COLT 605: Directed Reading on Gastronomy and Early Soviet Literature (Fall 2010)

COLT 605: Directed Reading on Vladimir Propp and Russian Fairy Tales (Spring 2010)

COLT 614: Introduction to Comparative Literature (Winter 2009)

COLT 615: Word, Image, Statue, Text (Spring 2012)

REES 605: Directed Reading on Russian and Soviet Cinema (Winter 2006)

RUSS 205: Russian and Soviet Literature, 1905-1962 (Winter 2004)

RUSS 205: Russian Literature and the Politics of the Fantastic (Winter 2005-2016)

RUSS 331: The Russian Short Story (Fall 2005, 2006 & 2010, Winter 2008 & Spring 2013)

RUSS 334: Dostoevsky (Spring 2008, 2010, 2012 & 2016)

RUSS 351: Russian Literature and Western Cinema (Spring 2005 & 2013, Winter 2007,

2008, 2010 & 2011 & Fall 2008)

RUSS 399: Special Topic: Russian and Soviet Cinema (Summer 2008, 2010 & 2011)

RUSS 399: Special Topic: Russian Short Story (Winter 2004)

RUSS 405: Directed Reading on 20th Century Russian Prose (Summer 2007)

RUSS 405: Directed Reading on Gender Studies (Winter 2010)

RUSS 405: Directed Reading on Dostoevsky (Summer 2016)

RUSS 407/507: Film and Culture: Russia’s Roaring 20s (Fall 2004, 2007, 2009, 2013,

& Winter 2012)

RUSS 410/510: Nabokov’s America (Fall 2015)

RUSS 410/510: Vladimir Nabokov: Between Worlds, Languages, and Media (Spring 2014)

RUSS 426/526: Russian Modernism (Fall 2006, 2008, 2010, 2012 & 2014)

RUSS 426/526: Russian Symbolism and Decadence (Spring 2004)

RUSS 605: Directed Reading on Russian Futurism (Spring 2013)

RUSS 605: Directed Reading on Simonov and Soviet War Poetry (Spring 2013)

RUSS 605: Directed Reading on Soviet Magical Realism (Spring 2011)

RUSS 605: Directed Reading on Brodsky and Émigré Literature (Fall 2008)

RUSS 605: Directed Reading on Film Adaptation of Russian Classics (Winter 2007 & 2008)

RUSS 605: Directed Reading on Russian Modernism (Fall 2006)

University of Southern California

ARLT 100: Imagination and Revolution in Modern Russian Literature (Fall 1999,

Spring 2000, Spring 2002, Fall 2002 & Spring 2003)

ARLT/LTA 100: Political Fictions (Fall 1997, Fall 1998 & Spring 1999)

COLT 335: Symbolism and Decadence (Spring 2003)

COLT 345: Realist Fiction (Spring 1999 & Spring 2002)

COLT 357: The Avant-Garde (Spring 1998)

COLT 401: Senior Seminar on Symbolism and Decadence (Spring 2000)

COLT 490: Directed Reading on Symbolism (Spring 2000)

SLL 321: Russian Culture (Fall 1998)

SLL 420: Seminar in Russian Language (Spring 1998)

SLL 450: Current Issues in Russian Culture (Spring 1997)

SLL 490: Directed Reading on Death and Femininity in Russian Literature (Spring 2003)

SLL 490: Directed Reading on Gippius and 20th Century Poetry (Spring 1998)

SLL 490: Directed Reading on The Brothers Karamazov (Fall 1997)

SLL 501: Graduate Proseminar (Fall 1997, Fall 1999, Fall 2001 & Fall 2002)

SLL 542: Graduate Course on Russian Symbolism (Fall 1996 & Fall 2001)

SLL 590: Directed Reading on Slavic Literatures: Desire, Tourism, and Exile (Fall 2002)

SLL 590: Directed Reading on Sexing the City in Fin-de-Siècle Russia (Fall 1999)

SLL 590: Directed Reading on Russian Symbolist Prose (Spring 1998)

SLL 590: Directed Reading on Russian Symbolism (Fall 1996)

University of Virginia

RUSS 401: Fourth-Year Russian (Fall 1995)

RUSS 402: Fourth-Year Russian (Spring 1996)

RUSS 493: Directed Reading on Russian Language for Graduate Students (Spring 1996)

RUTR 247: 20th Century Russian Culture (Spring 1996)

RUTR 256: Marriage “Plots” (Spring 1996)

RUTR 335: 19th Century Russian Literature (Fall 1995)

University of Wisconsin-Madison

RUS 101: First-Year Russian (Fall 1986 & Fall 1991)

RUS 102: First-Year Russian (Spring 1992)
SERVICE
Student Advising—UO

Dissertation Advisor for Daria Smirnova (COLT) Fall 2016-

Master’s Thesis Reader for Iryna Zagoruyko (REEES) Spring 2016

Master’s Thesis Advisor for Anastasia Savenko-Moore (REEES) Spring-Fall 2015

Master’s Thesis Reader for Maya Larson (REEES) Spring 2015

Master’s Thesis Reader for Eric Spreat (REEES) Spring 2015

Dissertation Reader for Matthew Hannah (ENG) Spring 2015

Senior Honors Thesis Reader for Tahni Nikitins (COLT) Spring 2015

Interim Advisor for Daria Smirnova (COLT) Spring 2014

Master’s Thesis Advisor for Tatiana Yarygina (REEES) Spring 2014

Master’s Thesis Advisor for Rick Moore (REEES) Spring 2014

Master’s Thesis Reader for Paul Forehand (REEES) Spring 2014

Senior Honors Thesis Reader for Alescia Dichmann (CHC) Spring 2013

Senior Honors Thesis Reader for Anthony Topoleski (REEES) Spring 2013

Senior Honors Thesis Advisor for Jacob Plagmann (COLT) Winter-Spring 2013

Master’s Thesis Reader for Alena Nekrasova (REEES) Spring 2013

Master’s Thesis Advisor for Michael Butler (REEES) Spring 2012

Master’s Thesis Reader for Daria Smirnova (REEES) Spring 2012

Dissertation Reader for Rachel Bash (ENG) Fall 2011-2014

Master’s Thesis Reader for Alexis Gunderson (REESC) Spring 2011

Master’s Project Reader for Randianne Leyshon (Journalism) Spring 2011

Senior Honors Thesis Advisor for Alexis Gibbons (REESC) Winter-Spring 2010

Senior Honors Thesis Reader for Shona Allison (REESC) Spring 2010

Dissertation Reader for Jacque Pollard (ENG) Summer 2009

Dissertation Reader for Greg Miller (Journalism) Spring 2009-Fall 2010

Doctoral Exam Committee for Greg Miller (Journalism) Spring 2009

Master’s Thesis Reader for Kathryn Dooley (REESC) Spring 2009

Master’s Exam and Thesis Advisor for Melissa Cook (REESC) Spring 2009

Master’s Thesis Reader for Christopher Pike (REESC) Spring 2009

Senior Honors Thesis Reader for Anna Harbaugh (HIS) Spring 2009

Senior Honors Thesis Advisor for Mary Renolds (COLT) Winter-Spring 2009

Dissertation Reader for Roger Adkins (COLT) Fall 2007-Spring 2010

Dissertation Reader for Stacy Kaplan (ENG) Fall 2007-Winter 2010

Senior Honors Thesis Advisor for Rosalia Gobeo (CHC) Fall 2007-Spring 2008

Dissertation Reader for Kathryn Olsen (COLT) Spring 2005-Fall 2007

Reader for Master’s Thesis for Alexander Kashirin (REESC) Spring 2005

Dissertation Advisor for Thomas Dolack (COLT) Fall 2004-Spring 2007

Reader for Master’s Thesis of Hillary Colter (Folklore) Spring 2004-Summer 2006

Reader for Senior Honors Thesis of Sara Kirker (COLT) Spring 2004

Reader for Senior Honors Thesis of Krzysztof Sokolowski (REESC) Spring 2004


Student Advising—USC & UVa

Undergraduate Advisor for Slavic 1997-1999 & Spring 2003

Faculty Advisor for Czech and Russian Programs 1998-1999 & Spring 2003

Recruiting Advisor for the Graduate Program (SLL) 2001-2003

SARAL Graduate Student Association Advisor 1997-1998 & Spring 2000

Dissertation Reader for Natasa Varnica (SLL) 2001-2003

Dissertation Reader for Michele Torre (Cinema) 2000-03

Dissertation Reader for Elizabeth Durst (SLL) 1999-2003

Dissertation Advisor for Peter Huk (COLT) 1998-2003

Faculty Liaison to the UVa Russian House 1995-1996


Departmental Service—UO

Nomination Committee Chair for Selection of COLT Head Winter 2016

Tenure Review Committee for COLT Faculty Member Fall 2015

Co-organizer of Symposium on Russian Literature and Culture in Memory of Professor

James Rice Spring 2014

Merit Review Committee COLT Spring 2014

Contract Renewal Committee COLT Winter 2014

Co-organizer of REEES Graduate Symposium Spring 2013 & 2015

Tenure Review Committee Clark Honors College Spring 2012-Fall 2012

Co-organizer of Conference on Russian and East European Arts, Word Stage Spring 2012

COLT Speaker’s Committee Fall 2011-Fall 2012

COLT Graduate Committee Spring 2010-Fall 2012

REESC Undergraduate Fellowship Committee Spring 2010

Consultative Committee Chair for Selection of REESC Director Spring 2010

European Studies Committee 2007-2009, 2014-present

Oregon Humanities Center Advisory Board Fall 2006-2009

COLT Graduate Curricular Review Committee Fall 2006-Spring 2007

COLT Undergraduate Curricular Review Committee Fall 2006-Spring 2007

Organizer of Oregon Brodsky Symposium Fall 2006

Search Committee for Literature Position at Clark Honor’s College Fall 2006-Winter 2007

Tenure Review Committee for COLT Faculty Member Fall 2006

Summer Advising (REESC) 2005, 2009, 2012-present

REESC Committee Fall 2004-present

REESC Russian Committee Fall 2003-Spring 2004


Departmental Service—USC & UVa

Selection Committee for COLT Chair 2002-2003

Comp. Lit. Merit Review Committee Spring 2002 & 2003

Slavic Graduate Studies Committee Spring 1998 & 2001-2003

Comp. Lit. Graduate Studies Committee 2001-2003

Lawrence C. Welch Comparative Literature Essay Prize Committee Spring 2000

Organizer of Lecture Series for the Slavic Dept. 1999-2000

Consultative Committee for the Selection of a Slavic Chair Fall 1999

Comp. Lit. Undergraduate Studies Committee Fall 1998-1999

Slavic Merit Review Committee Spring 1998, 2002 & 2003

Search Committee for Tenure-Track Position in Slavic Linguistics 1998-1999

Seminar for COLT Graduate Students on the Academic Job Market Fall 1998

Search Committee for Tenure-Track Position in Russian Literature 1997-1998

Seminar for Slavic Graduate Students on the Academic Job Market Fall 1997

Search Committee for Replacement Position in Russian Literature Summer 1997

Representative of Slavic Department at Majors Fair Fall 1996 & 1997

Critical Theory Discussion Group for Slavic Graduate Students 1996-1997

Russian Language Committee 1995-1996

Study Abroad Committee 1995-1996
University Service—UO

University Library Committee Fall 2015-Spring 2016

Director of Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies Summer 2013-present

Board Member of the Oregon Consortium of International Areas Studies Summer 2013-

present

Off-Campus Scholarships & Grants Committee 2005-2007


University Service—USC

Faculty Fellow to USC Residence Hall 2002-2003

USC Ambassador 2001-2003

Co-organizer of Exhibition on Russian Decadence at IMRC October 1999

Interviewer for Trustee/ Presidential Scholars Spring 1998, 1999 & 2002

Freshman Orientation Summer 1997 & 1998

Judge for Russian Olympiad Spring 1998

Search Committee Liaison to the Provost’s Office 1997-1998



Service to the Profession and the Community

Member of the Advisory Board of the Multicultural Children’s Art Museum & Education

Center, Eugene, OR 2016-present

Associate Editor of Comparative Literature 2010-present

Manuscript Reviewer for Comparative Literature, Northwestern University Press, Slavic and

East European Journal, Russian Review, and Slavic Review

Organizer of AAASS Panels on “Dreams, Illusions, and Russian Modernist Aesthetics”

(2010), “Psychoanalysis and Its Discontents in Russian Modernism” (2003), “Decadence

and Degeneration in Russian Culture” (2001), “Rethinking Alexander Blok” (2000), and

“Women in Russian Symbolism: Between Signifier and Signified” (1998), and

Co-organizer of AAASS Panel on “The Family Romance of Russian Modernist Poetry” (2002)

Abstract Reviewer for AATSEEL Conference 1998-2003
LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
Near-Native Fluency in Russian

Fair Working Knowledge of Italian

Reading Knowledge French, German, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian, and Old Church Slavonic
REFERENCES
David M. Bethea

Vilas Research Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures

University of Wisconsin

1432 Van Hise Hall

1220 Linden Drive

Madison, WI 53706

Tel: (608) 262-9766

Email: dmbethea@wisc.edu


Eliot Borenstein

Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies

New York University

19 University Place, 2nd Floor

New York, NY 10003

Tel: (212) 998-8676

Email: eb7@nyu.edu
Clare Cavanagh

Frances Hooper Professor of Arts and Humanities and Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Comparative Literary Studies

Northwestern University

4-130 Crow Hall

1860 Campus Drive

Evanston, IL 60208-2163

Tel: (847) 467-2360

Email: ccavanagh5@northwestern.edu


Updated: October 13, 2016



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