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|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.