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Brett Winestock

Brett Winestock is a PhD candidate studying Russian and Yiddish literatures with focus on the 20th century. His research interests include modernism and postmodernism, dissidence, translation, and issues of identity. He has taught the Russian language as well as classes on Russian-Jewish literature, folklore, and the myth of St. Petersburg. 
 
Dissertation: Russian Writer, Soviet Jew: The Worlds of Leonid Tsypkin (1926-1982)
 
Qualifying Paper: Jesus Christ and the Russian Jews: How Liudmila Ulitskaia’s Daniel Shtain is Made

Education

Ph.D. candidate, Slavic Languages and Literatures, Stanford University.
2012: M.A., Russian Language and Literature, Jewish Studies, University of Toronto.
2011: B.A. (Hons), Russian Language and Literature, University of Toronto.

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