Victoria Juharyan

Victoria Juharyan

Position Title
Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian
Undergraduate Faculty Advisor for Russian

406 Sproul
Education and Degree(s)
  • Ph.D. in Slavic Languages and Literatures, Princeton University
  • M.A. in Comparative Literature, Dartmouth College
  • B.A. in Literary Editing and Journalism, Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia
Research Interests & Expertise
  • Philosophy and literature
  • German Idealism and Russian Realism
  • Hegel’s influence on Russian literature
  • 19th century Russian literature
  • Philosophy of emotion and cognition in literature
  • Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, and the theory of the novel
Publications
  • “Tolstoy’s Own “Master and Slave” Dialectic: “Хозяин и работник” as a re-writing of a Hegelian narrative.” SEEJ, 61.1, Spring 2017.
  • “Museum of the Shestidesyatniki,” Russian Life, January 2018.
  • Book Review. Hegel’s Thought in Europe, Currents, Crosscurrents and Undercurrents. Edited by Lisa Herzog (Palgrave Macmillan, 2013, 265 pp.) SEEJ, 64.1, Spring 2020.
  • Natalia Dolinina, A Companion to War and Peace (Po Stranicam Voini I mira), co-translation into English with Michael Denner (Forthcoming with Tolstoy Studies Journal).
  • Book Review. Jillian Porter, Economies of Feeling. (Northwestern UP, 2017, 216 pp.) (Forthcoming in Pushkin Review).
  • “Hegel’s Philosophical System as the Unifying Thread of Goncharov’s Trilogy” in Ivan Goncharov in the 21st century, Edited by Ingrid Kleespies, Lyudmila Parts (Forthcoming, Academic Studies Press).

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