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Adrien Ivy Smith

Ph.D. Candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures

Adrien entered the Ph.D. program in Slavic Languages and LItertures in 2012. 

Education

M.Phil., European Literatures and Cultures, Cambridge University.
B.A., summa cum laude, with honors in Russian Language and Literature, Wellesley College. 

Other Information

Conference Papers
 
"Shike/Ovsei Driz and the Reinvention of the Jewish Voice," Soviet Jewish History: New Sources, New Approaches, Jewish Museum, Moscow, June 16, 2016.
 
"When Night Falls and Language Falters: Demonic Refrains in Bulgakov and Pushkin's Snowstorms," California Slavic Colloquium, University of California, Berkeley, April 13, 2013.
 
“Mermaids, Mortals, and Naughty Children.” The Undergraduate Colloquium on Russian and Eurasian Studies, Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. May 5, 2005.
 
Academic Publications
 
Jung, J., C. Hojnowski, H. Jenkins, A. Ortiz, C. Brinkley, L. Cadish, A. Evans, P. Kissinger, L. Ordal, S. Osipova, A. Smith, B. Vredeveld, T. Hodge, S. Kohler, N. Rodenhouse, and M. Moore. “Diel vertical migration of zooplankton in Lake Baikal and its relationship to body size”; in A.I. Smirnov, L.R. Izmest'eva, eds. Ekosistemy i prirodnye resursy gornykh stran. Ecosystems and Natural Resources of Mountain Regions. Materialy pervogo mezhdunarodnogo simpoziuma "Baikal. Sovremennoe sostoianie poverkhnostnoi i podzemnoi gidrosfery gornykh stran". Proceedings of the First International Symposium "Baikal Lake. The current state of the surface and underground hydrosphere in the mountainous areas." (Novosibirsk: Nauka, 2004), pp. 131-140.
 
Teaching Experience
 
SLAVIC 146/346: The Great Russian Novel: Theories of Time and Action, Stanford University, Winter 2014
Teaching Assistant         
 
SLAVLANG 111-112: Third-Year Russian, Stanford University, Fall 2013, Fall 2015, Winter 2016
 
SLAVLANG 52: Second-Year Russian, Stanford University, Winter 2014
 
THINK 21: Why do we like (to read about) Vampires? Winter 2013
Graduate Teaching Aid