Slava Mogutin as a Diasporic Russian Queer Voice: Countercultural Globalization and Transcendental Homelessness

Monday, October 29, 2018
11:40 pm
Harrison Hall 202

A native of Odessa, Ukraine, Professor Chernetsky completed his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory at the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to coming to the University of Kansas, he taught at Columbia University and at Miami University in Ohio. His research interests include Russian literature and culture (film, theatre, visual arts); Ukrainian literature and culture; East and Central European literatures and cultures; Central Asian literatures and cultures; intellectual history of Russia and Ukraine; cultural aspects of globalization; postmodernism/postmodernity; Modernism/modernity; modernist and postmodernist writing worldwide; postcolonial theory and postcolonial writing; identity and community; diasporic cultures; nationalism and ethnicity; literary and cultural theory; cultural studies; film and film theory; feminist theory; gender studies; LGBT studies; and language pedagogy. He is the current president of the American Association for Ukrainian Studies.

Part of Havighurst Colloquia: Russia Abroad - Homesick and Sick of Home

Sponsored by the Havinghurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies

Vitaly Chernetsky
Vitaly Chernetsky
Associate Professor, University of Kansas