Luke P. Parker
Assistant Professor of Russian
2014 / Ph.D. / Stanford University / Slavic Languages and Literatures
2008 / B.A. / University of Oxford / Modern Languages (French and Russian)
Areas of Expertise
- Vladimir Nabokov
- Literature and Film
- Vladislav Khodasevich
- Digital Humanities
- European Modernism
Courses Currently Teaching
|RU126 A||Elementary Russian II|
|RU127 A||Intermediate Russian I|
|RU232 A||All That is Solid Melts into Air: Modern Russian Literature|
|RU237 A||Devils and Inquisitors: Narrative and Self in the Russian Empire|
|RU325 A||Advanced Russian I|
|RU425 A||Advanced Russian I|
Other Courses Taught
|RU231||The Spectacle of Modernity: Russian Fiction before the Cinema|
Times Literary Supplement
The Shop Window Quality of Things: 1920s Weimar Surface Culture in Nabokov’s Korol’, dama, valet.
Slavic Review 77, no.2 (Summer 2018): 390-461.
The Gambit: Chess and the Art of Competition in The Luzhin Defense.
Russian Review 76 (July 2017): 438-57.
Vladimir Nabokov, “On Generalities,” translated with an introduction and notes.
Times Literary Supplement, March 13, 2016: 17-18.
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