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Bradley Agnew Gorski
- Twentieth and twenty-first-century Russian literature and literary culture
- late- and post-Soviet subjectivity
- sociology and anthropology of culture and cultural production
- digital approaches to the humanities
- affect studies
- disgust and violence as ethical and aesthetic issues
- PhD - Slavic Languages and Literatures - Columbia - Dissertation: "Authors of Success: Cultural Capitalism and Literary Evolution in Contemporary Russia," Sponsor: Valentina Izmirlieva (exp. 2017)
- MA - Slavic Languages and Literatures - Columbia - Thesis: "Drugie Golosa: The Words of Others in Recent Russian Prose," Advisor: Irina Reyfman (2012)
- AB - Russian - Georgetown University, Washington, DC (2007)
- Certificate - National Flagship Language Program - St Petersburg State University, St Petersburg, Russia (2008)
- Edited journal issue – Ulbandus, vol. 17: A Culture of Institutions / Institutions of Culture, 2016.
- "Manufacturing Dissent: Vasilij Aksënov, Stiljagi, and the Dilemma of Self-Interpretation," Russian Literature, Special Issue: "Cultures of (Non-)Conformity: From Late Soviet Times to the Present," 2017.
- "Enchanted Geographies: Aleksei Ivanov and the Aesthetic Management of Ural Identity," in Russia’s Regional Identities, eds. Edith W. Clowes, Gisela Erbslöh, Ani Kokobobo, Routledge, forthcoming 2017.
- Translation – (with Irina Denischenko) Moholy-Nagy, "Metropolis Dynamics," Words without Borders, Nov 2016.
- Interview – "A Corporation Called Aleksei Ivanov: Aleksei Ivanov on Local Identity, Writing, and Success," Ulbandus, vol. 17 (2016): 158–79.
Ludmila Ulitskaya and the Art of Tolerance by Elizabeth A. Skomp and Benjamin M. Sutcliffe. Modern Language Review, forthcoming 2017.
The Target (Mishen'), dir. Aleksandr Zeldovich. Tolstoy Studies Journal, Special Issue: “Tolstoy in the Twenty-First Century,” 2016.
- "The Other Side of the Looking Glass," review of The Symmetry Teacher by Andrei Bitov, trans. Polly Gannon. Public Books, Dec 2014.
- "Russia is No More," review of Telluria by Vladimir Sorokin. Public Books, June 2014.
- Down Among the Fishes by Natalka Babina, trans. Jim Dingley. World Literature Today, May 2014.
- Snow Germans by Dmitry Vachedin, trans. Arch Tait. World Literature Today, March 2014.
- Petroleum Venus by Alexander Snegirev, trans. Arch Tait. World Literature Today, November 2013.
- A Displaced Person: The Later Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin by Vladimir Voinovich, trans. Andrew Bromfield. World Literature Today, September 2013.
- How to Read Violence: The Literature of Brutality, Force and Control in 20th Century Russia and America - Spring 2015
- Russian Literature and Culture of the New Millennium - Fall 2014 (TA for Rad Borislavov)
- Second-Year Russian II - Summer 2016
- Second-Year Russian I – Summer 2014, 2015
- First-Year Russian II – Spring 2014
- First-Year Russian I – Fall 2013
English, Russian, Polish, French