Slavic Department Logo

 
     

 

 

Undergraduate Graduate Audit Courses Programs People Resources Make a Gift
 


Graduate Students
 

Braxton Boyer
PhD Student

Email: braxton.boyer@mail.utoronto.ca

Year Entered Program:
2017


Hometown:
Las Vegas, Nevada


Education:
Ph.D. Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Toronto, 2018-present

M.A. Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Toronto, 2018

Arizona State University Critical Languages Institute, Summer 2018

Middlebury College Summer Language School, 2017

B.A. English Literature, Southern Virginia University, 2016


Research Interests:
Lev Tolstoy; Russian religious thought and culture; Digital Humanities.


Languages:
English
Russian
Polish (Intermediate)

Courses Taught:
SLA100 and SLA101: Elementary Russian
SLA220: Intermediate Russian (Teaching Assistant)
SLA252: Russian Short Fiction (Teaching Assistant)


Other Interests:
Archery, Hiking, Music, Agriculture

 
Frequently Asked Questions:

 

What undergraduate courses are offered, and where are they located?

What graduate courses are offered, and where are they located?

I am not a student, how can I take a course?
How can I audit a course?

How can I contact an instructor?

What are the faculty members' office hours?

How can I apply to a graduate program?

How can I take a placement / proficiency exam?

How can I get a language citation on my transcript?

Contact us:

 

Department of Slavic
Languages and Literatures
121 St. Joseph Street
Alumni Hall (AH), Room 431
Toronto, Ontario ~ M5S 1J4

tel: 416-946-0011
fax:
416-978-8226
email
: slavic@utoronto.ca


Find us: