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Alex Averbuch
PhD Candidate

Email: alex.averbuch@mail.utoronto.ca

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Commodity culture; queer, feminist, and critical race theory; transnational cultures; poetry and poetics; comparative literature; the European Enlightenment; Russian and Ukrainian modernisms; Jewish studies; contemporary Ukrainian, Russian, and Hebrew literature; translation; creative writing in foreign language pedagogy. 


CURRICULUM VITAE


EDUCATION

PhD in Slavic Languages and Literatures and Jewish Studies, University of Toronto. Dissertation: “Trading Words for Things: Practical Dimensions of Poetry in Russian, Ukrainian, and Hebrew” (2015-present)

MA (summa cum laude) in German, Russian, and East European Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2014)

BA in Comparative and Hebrew Literature, and Communication, Tel Aviv University (2011)


COURSES TAUGHT

SLA101 - Elementary Russian
SLA208 - Intermediate Ukrainian
SLA220 - Intermediate Russian
SLA320 - Advanced Russian with elements of creative writing in foreign language learning
SLA 212 - The Russian Novel

 
 
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