Title: "Ballet and the Imperial Body in
Title: "Feminine Filiation and the
Absent Addressee in Tsvetaeva's 'Podruga'
Fellowships and Grants:
- Kennan Institute
Short-Term Scholar Grant, 2009.
- Fulbright-Hays Doctoral
Dissertation Research Abroad Fellowship. St. Petersburg,
- Stanford Humanities Center Geballe
Dissertation Prize Fellowship. Stanford University,
- Kathryn R. Davis Travel Grant. AAASS
National Graduate Student Award, 2008.
- Stanford CREEES Research
Travel Grant. St. Petersburg, 2006.
- Stanford Graduate Research
Opportunity Grant. St. Petersburg,
- Wellesley College Knafel Traveling
Fellowship. “In Search of Tsvetaeva: Translation and the
Experience of Exile in Moscow, Prague, Berlin, and
- IIE Fulbright Fellowship.
“Anna Akhmatova and Marina Tsvetaeva: A Comparative Study
of Silver Age Poets.” Affiliated with Russian State
Humanities University. Moscow,
- “Project of the Contemporary
Ballet: Saltykov-Shchedrin on Saint-Léon’s 'The
Golden Fish,'” November 2008 (American
Association for the Advancement of Slavic
- “Tolstoy and the Prism of
Realism: Images of the Russian Imperial Ballet,” Stanford
University, April 2008 (Stanford Humanities
- “Estrangement, Enchantment, and
Other Tricks of the Trade, Or Tolstoy’s Modernist Take on
Ballet,” Princeton University, October 2007
(“Magic, Russian Modernism, and the
Representation of Ballet in Early Tolstoy,” Stanford
University, April 2006 (California Slavic
- “Echoes of Empire: Russian
Self-Representation in Petrushka,” Miami University,
October 2006 (Havighurst International Young Researchers
- “Feminine Filiation and the
Absent Addressee in Tsvetaeva’s Podruga Cycle,”
University of California at Berkeley, April 2005 (California Slavic
Languages: English, Russian,
Czech, French, German.