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D. Brian Kim

Ph.D. Candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures

Entered Ph.D. program in Slavic Languages and Literatures in 2009.

M.A. thesis in Japanese literature (2014):
'Strangers and Wanderers: Japanese Intellectual Travelers in the West, 1884-1906.'

Qualifying paper (M.A. thesis) in Russian literature (2011):
'Seduction, Subterfuge, Subversion: Rewriting Molière in Imperial Russia.'

Presentations:

'The Rising Sun of Russia: Pushkin's Japanese Legacy.'
AATSEEL Annual Conference, Vancouver, BC, 2015.

'Konstantin Balmont's Russian Japonerie.'
ASEEES National Convention, San Antonio, TX, 2014.

'Ложные друзья переводчика.'
STARTALK Program for Russian Teachers, University of Iowa, 2014.

'Sirin's Inferno: Nabokov's Alice and the Chaos of Translation.'
Translation in Russian Contexts, Uppsala University, 2014.

'Heavenly Bodies and Earthly Delights: Sun Imagery in Kuzmin's Oeuvre.'
ASEEES National Convention, Boston, MA, 2013.

'Seduction, Subterfuge, Subversion: Rewriting Molière in Imperial Russia.'
The French Language in Russia, University of Bristol, 2012.

'The Play of Language and the Language of the Play.'
California Slavic Colloquium, Stanford University, 2011.

'Representing Fricatives with Auditory Features: Evidence from Ukrainian.'
McCCLU, McGill University, 2009.

'The Phonetics and Phonology of Ukrainian Г.'
WillLing, Williams College, 2008.

Education

M.A., Japanese, Stanford University
M.A. (equiv.), Slavic Languages and Literatures, Stanford University
B.A., Linguistics, Williams College