Professor of Russian and Slavic Studies
Ph.D. 1993 (Slavic languages and literatures), M.A. (Slavic languages and literatures), Wisconsin (Madison); B.A. 1988 (Russian language and literature), Oberlin College
Office Address: 19 University Place, 2nd Fl.
New York, New York (US) 10003
Phone: (212) 998-8676
Areas of Research/Interest
Russian modernism and postmodernism, popular culture and cultural studies, sexuality and literature.
Editor of All the Russia's Blog - http://jordanrussiacenter.org/all-the-russias/
Plots against Russia: Conspiracy and Fantasy after Socialism (work in progress)
Overkill: Sex Violence, and Russian Popular Culture after 1991 (Cornell University press, 2008)
Men without Women: Masculinity and Revolution in Russian Fiction, 1917-1929. Duke (2000).
Russian Postmodernism: Dialogue with Chaos by Mark Lipovetsky (editor and co-translator). M. E. Sharpe (1999).
“Caught in a Bad Romance: What America Means to Russia.” Public Books (forthcoming).
“Dystopias and Catastrophe Tales after Cherynobyl.” Lipovetsky, Mark (ed.). Russian Literature after 1991. (forthcoming)
“Borders Unpatrolled: Imaginary Geographies and the Spaces of Performance in Russian Viral Video.” Buckler, Julie and Julie Cassiday. Russian Performances (forthcoming).
“Holy Appropriate: Why Pussy Riot and the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour are a match made in heaven.” The Calvert Journal. January 22, 2014.
"Our Borats, Our Selves: Yokels and Cosmopolitans on the Global Stage." Slavic Review 67.1 (2008): 1-7.
”Survival of the Catchiest: Memes and Postmodernism in Russia.” Slavic and East European Journal 48.3 (2004): 462-484.