Julie A. Buckler
Faculty Associate and Member of the Executive Committee, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies
Research Fields: Russian literature of the imperial period, West-European and American literature, cultural studies and semiotics, gender studies, performing arts, St. Petersburg, memoirs, literary canon and popular culture.
Education: B.A., 1980, Yale University; PhD Harvard University, 1996
Current Projects: Cultural Properties: The Afterlife of Imperial Objects in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia.
Rites of Place: Public Commemoration in Russia and Eastern Europe, co-edited with Emily Johnson (Northwestern University Press, 2013).
"What Comes After Post-Soviet in Russian Studies?" (2009)
Mapping St. Petersburg (Princeton: Princeton UP, 2005)
"Reading Anna Karenina: Opera, Tragedy, Melodrama, Farce" (2002)
The Literary Lorgnette: Attending Opera in Imperial Russia (Stanford: Stanford UP, 2000)
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