Caryl Emerson

Affiliations: 
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Area:
Slavic and East European Literature, Comparative Literature, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy
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Nicole M. Monnier grad student 2000 Princeton
Inessa Medzhibovskaya grad student 2001 Princeton
Val Vinokurov grad student 2001 Princeton
Mary H. Kalil grad student 2002 Princeton
Anne Caswell Klein grad student 2004 Princeton
Tania Gordeev grad student 2006 Princeton
Sarah B. Mohler grad student 2006 Princeton
Yuri Corrigan grad student 2008 Princeton
Ivan S. Eubanks grad student 2008 Princeton
Heather S. Buckser grad student 2009 Princeton
Mark R. Pettus grad student 2009 Princeton
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Emerson C. (2016) Creative ways of not liking Bakhtin: Lydia Ginzburg and Mikhail Gasparov Bakhtiniana. 11: 39-69
Emerson C. (2015) Bakhtin and the actor (with constant reference to Shakespeare) Studies in East European Thought. 67: 183-207
Emerson C. (2014) Sigizmund krzhizhanovsky at the edges of the stalinist Shakespeare industry, 1933-1938 Russian Studies in Literature. 50: 8-20
Emerson C. (2012) Krzhizhanovsky's Pushkin in the 1930s: The Cleopatra myth from femme fatale to Roman farce Taboo Pushkin: Topics, Texts, Interpretations. 402-435
Emerson C. (2012) Foreword: The power of the word and the turn to taboo Taboo Pushkin: Topics, Texts, Interpretations. xi-xv
Emerson C. (2012) Krzhizhanovsky as a reader of shakespeare and bernard shaw Slavic and East European Journal. 56: 577-611
Emerson C. (2011) Russian critical theory The Cambridge Companion to Twentieth-Century Russian Literature. 269-288
Emerson C. (2011) Literary theory in the 1920s: Four options and a practicum A History of Russian Literary Theory and Criticism: the Soviet Age and Beyond. 2147483647: 64-89
Emerson C. (2010) Afterword: On persons as open-ended ends-in-themselves (The view from two novelists and two critics) A History of Russian Philosophy 1830-1930: Faith, Reason, and the Defense of Human Dignity. 381-390
Emerson C. (2010) Tolstoy and music Anniversary Essays On Tolstoy. 8-32
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