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2 - 3 years

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About Russian Studies at University of Exeter

Dr Katharine Hodgson Olga Berggol´ts; Russian women’s writing; literature and war; 20th-century Russian poetry; comparative literature.
Dr Emily Lygo Post-Stalin literature and culture; Leningrad poetry 1953–75; history of translation in the Soviet Union.
Dr Alessandra Tosi Russian prose of the early 19th century; Zinaida Volkonskaia; gender studies; mechanisms of genre evolution in modern prose fiction;cultural relations between Russia and the West in the first half of the 19th century.
Dr Carol Adlam Twentieth-century Russian literature, especially post-Soviet literature; literary/critical theory; Russian visual arts and art history.

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