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Dr. Kirsten Lodge

Fax
(940) 397 4931
Title
Professor
Department
English
Location
Bea Wood Hall
Room
217
Institution Degree Graduation Date
Columbia University Ph.D., Russian and Czech Language and Literature 2021
University of Joensuu, Finland Licentiate of Philosophy, Russian Literature 1997
Central European University, Prague M.A., History and Philosophy of Art and Architecture 1995
Employer Position Start Date End Date
Montclair State University, NJ Adjunct Assistant Professor 09/01/2010 05/01/2011
Columbia University Core Lecturer/Lecturer in Discipline 09/01/2007 05/01/2011
Drew University, NJ Adjunct Assistant Professor 09/01/2007 05/01/2011

“Russian Decadence in the 1910s: Valery Briusov and the Collapse of Empire,” The Russian Review 69.2 (April 2010). 276-93.

The Red Laugh and “The Abyss” by Leonid Andreyev, ed. and trans. from Russian, with a full scholarly apparatus. Nanaimo, Canada: Broadview Press, 2021, 132 pp.

“Mirrors in Russian Symbolism,” Studies in Twentieth and Twenty-first Century Literature 34.2 (Summer 2010). 207-32.

The Death of Ivan Ilyich by Leo Tolstoy, trans., with a scholarly introduction and background materials, also trans. from Russian. Nanaimo, Canada: Broadview Press, 2017. 184 pp.

Notes from the Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky, trans., with a scholarly introduction and background materials, also trans. from Russian and French. Nanaimo, Canada: Broadview Press, 2014. 171 pp.

The Dedalus Book of Russian Decadence: Perversity, Despair and Collapse, ed. and co-trans., with a scholarly introduction. Sawtry, Cambs, UK: Dedalus Books, 2007. Published as an e-book in August 2012. 346 pp.

 

“The Insidious Poison of Degeneration: Vampires in Czech Decadence,” Slovo a smysl (Word and Sense) 23, forthcoming (May 2015).

“Russian and Czech Decadence: The Fall of Rome and the Destruction of Sodom.” Decadence: A Literary History, ed. Alex Murray. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2020. 305-21.

“Decadence and Barbarism in the Czech Lands at the Turn of the Twentieth Century,” Renato Poggioli: An Intellectual Biography. Florence: Olschki Publishers, 2012. 59-87.

“‘An Onslaught of Savages’: From Decadence to Futurism,” The Unlimited Gaze: Essays in Honour of Professor Natalia Baschmakoff. Helsinki: University of Helsinki Press, Aleksanteri Series 2 (2009). 111-41.

We by Evgeny Zamyatin, ed. and trans. from Russian, with a full scholarly apparatus. Nanaimo, Canada: Broadview Press, 2020. 246 pp.

Solitude, Vanity, Night: An Anthology of Czech Decadent Poetry, ed. and trans. from Czech, with a scholarly introduction. Prague: Charles University Press (Univerzita Karlova, Filozofická fakulta), 2008. 102 pp.

A Gothic Soul by Jiří Karásek ze Lvovic, trans. from Czech, with a scholarly introduction. Prague: Twisted Spoon Press, 2015. 141 pp.