Chloe Papadopoulos

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Dissertation title:

“Recasting the Past: Russian Literature, Drama, and the Plastic Arts in the Era of Reform”

Education:                                                                                         

Ph.D. (expected 2022), Yale University, Slavic Languages and Literatures

M.Phil. (2019) , Yale University, Slavic Languages and Literatures

M.A. (2015), University of Toronto, Slavic Languages and Literatures                                          

H.B.A. (2014), University of Toronto, Honours Bachelor of Arts, Specialist: Russian language and literature 

Research Interests:                                                               

Historical fiction and drama; 19th-century Russian literature; 19th century Russian print culture; early Russian mass-media; 19th-century sculpture; narrative silence; gendered models of communication; Yugoslav literature and Post-Yugoslav narratives of exile.

Mark Matveevich Antokol’skii; Fedor Dostoevskii; Aleksei Konstantinovich Tolstoi.

Teaching Experience:

2020 (Spring), Teaching Fellow for “War and Peace” (WR), Yale University, Professor Edyta Bojanowska

2019 (Fall), Teaching Fellow for “Tolstoy and Dostoevsky,” Yale University, Professor Molly Brunson

2019 (Spring), Teaching Fellow for “First-Year Russian II,” Yale University, Instructor: Julia Titus

2018 (Fall), Teaching Fellow for “First-Year Russian I,” Yale University, Instructor: Julia Titus

2015 (Spring), Teaching Assistant and Marker for “Second-Year Russian,” University of Toronto, Instructor: Julia Mikhailova

2014 (Fall), Teaching Assistant and Marker for “First-Year Russian,” University of Toronto, Instructor: Jan Schallert