TA for Russian Basic Language Program (RUSS 101-104)
Polish, Russian, and Lithuanian Studies
Building & Room:
601 S. Morgan St.
Charlie is currently formulating his theory of "Russian Surrealism," involving the unacknowledged intellectual history of Surrealist ideas in Russia, as well as the basic formal qualities of avant-garde and experimental literature of the early 20th century that can be called "Surrealist." He is also interested in the psychology of (national/natural) space in Russian literature, Metaphysical Realism, affect theory, and theological/occult literature in Eastern Europe.
B.A. English - The Pennsylvania State University (2015)
B.A. Russian - The Pennsylvania State University (2015)