Job candidates

Current Job Market Candidates

The following job candidates recently received, or soon will receive, the Ph.D. in Slavic languages and literatures from Columbia. Click on the candidate's name to see more information about him or her.

Edward Tyerman (Russian Literature) PhD 2014
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Dissertation: The Search for an Internationalist Aesthetics: Soviet Images of China, 1920 - 1935.
Adviser: Boris Gasparov

Alison Annunziata (Russian Literature) PhD 2013
Dissertation: "Sentimentalism Made Strange: Shklovsky, Karamzin, Rousseau"
Adviser: Irina Reyfman

Maksim Hanukai (Russian Literature), PhD 2014
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Dissertation: Pushkin's Tragic Visions, 1824 - 1830.
Adviser: Boris Gasparov

Anna Dvigubski (Russian Literature), PhD 2012
Dissertation: The Figured Author: Authorial Cameos in Post-Romantic Russian Literature.
Adviser: Irina Reyfman   

B. Tench Coxe (Russian Literature), PhD 2007
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Dissertation: The Role and Image of Moscow in Soviet Film and Literature
Adviser: Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy

Natalia Ermolaev (Russian Literature), PhD 2010
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Dissertation: Modernism, Motherhood and Mariology: The Poetry and Theology of Maria Skobtsova.
Adviser: Liza Knapp

Andrew B. Hicks (Russian Literature), PhD 2013
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Dissertation: Authorial Scope in High Stalinism
Adviser: Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy

Rebecca Pyatkevich (Russian Literature), PhD 2010
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Dissertation: How to Do Things with Poems: Metaphors of the Poet’s Power in Joseph Brodsky’s Work.
Adviser: Liza Knapp

Margo Rosen (Russian Literature), PhD 2011
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msr2003@columbia.edu
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Dissertation: "The Independent Turn in Soviet-era Russian Poetry: How Dmitry Bobyshev, Joseph Brodsky, Anatoly Naiman and Evgeny Rein Became The "Avvakumites of Leningrad."
Adviser: Boris Gasparov

Judith Wermuth-Atkinson (Russian Literature), PhD 2007
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Dissertation: Cerebral Play: Andrei Bely’s Petersburg as a Novel of the European Modern
Adviser: Irina Reyfman