Periods: Modern and Contemporary
Languages: Russian, French, German
Research Interests: the intersection of literature and visual art; ego-documents as literature; naturalism, realism, and materialism
I received a B.A. in Comparative Literature and Russian from the University of Oregon before coming to Princeton in 2014. I am interested in exploring different approaches to modern art and literature, and in my research I often draw from scholarship in art history, philosophy and linguistics. Most recently I have been occupied with early 20th-century Russian/Soviet theories of art and literature.
Kazimir Malevich to El Lissitzky: Modernist Epithets and the Subject of Language at the Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) Convention, November 2017
Russian 101 - Beginner’s Russian 1 (Fall 2017)