Byungsam Jung

Ph.D. Student in Slavic Languages and Literatures, admitted Autumn 2016
M.A., Russian Language and Literature, Yonsei University
B.A., Russian Language and Literature, Yonsei University

Byungsam Jung joined the Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures at Stanford University in 2016. His major interest is the visual poetics of Gogol, Bely, and Nabokov.  His M.A.  thesis is on: Philosophical Prose of Andrei Platonov : A study on the image of the "New Man" (2014)


Conference Papers

  • “Unaddressed Letters in Dostoevsky’s The Idiot: The Unfinalizability of the Human Soul,” AATSEEL (San Diego, February 2020). 
  • “«Бродячие» метафоры в рассказе А. Платонова «Мусорный ветер»,” IX Международная научная конференция к 120-летию со дня рождения А. П. Платонова // «Андрей Платонов» в мировом культурном пространстве» (Moscow, September 2019)
  • “Lolita in Humbert’s Camera Obscura and Lolitain Nabokov’s Camera Lucida,” AATSEEL (New Orleans, February 2019).
  • “The Anointing of Body and Soul in Platonov’sChevengur,” Stanford-Berkeley Conference on Andrei Platonov (Stanford, May, 2018). 
  • “A Monologue in the Form of a Dialogue: Chekhov’s “A Boring Story” as a Psychological Monodrama,” Graduate Conference (Berkeley, April 2017).