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Professor Kate Holland


Kate Holland

Associate Professor,
Russian Literature

Alumni Hall,
121 St. Joseph Street,
Room 419

tel: 416-926-1300 x3484
email: kate.holland@utoronto.ca

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Research Interests:

Nineteenth century Russian literature and its historical, cultural and institutional contexts; history and theory of the novel; Russian and other European literary and critical interactions; nineteenth and twentieth century Russian literary theory and criticism; the publication culture of the nineteenth century Russian periodicals; Historical Poetics as a discipline and corpus of works.

Scholarship

Education:

Ph.D., Yale University, 2004
M.Phil., Yale University, 2002
B.A. and M.A., University of Cambridge, 1998

Courses Taught:

SLA101 - Elementary Russian
SLA252 - Russian Short Fiction
SLA240 - The Golden Age of Russian Literature
SLA314 - Dostoevsky
SLA 367/1238 - Chekhov
SLA1225 - Russian Literature and Criticism in the 1860s
SLA1226 - Dostoevsky in Literary Criticism and Theory
CCR199 - The Criminal Mind

 
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121 St. Joseph Street
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Toronto, Ontario ~ M5S 1J4

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