On Leave for Fall 2013 & Spring 2014
100 Bay State Road, Room 313
2008 Ph.D. Princeton University (Slavic Languages)
2002 M.A. Princeton University (Slavic Languages)
1999 B.A. University of Florida (English)
Ivan Eubanks’ interests include literary translation, Central and East European cinema and visual culture, Pushkin, Shakespeare, Russian literature, Czech literature, Russian drama, and theory of myth. He teaches “Russian & Soviet Cinema” (LR 388) and “Russian Theater” (LR 354, LR 554) in the Modern Languages and Comparative Literature Department; Writing and Research Seminars (WR 100 & WR 150) on the topics of “Painting, Poetry & Myth,” “Russian Literary Masterpieces,” “Central & East European Cinema,” and “Boston’s Museums & Art Collections” in the CAS Writing Program; and Writing and Communications Studios (ST 111, ST 112) in the Kilachand Honors College. He is currently editor of the Pushkin Review (http://www.pushkiniana.org), the North American Pushkin Society’s international, bi-lingual, peer-reviewed annual journal. He has published in English and Russian on Pushkin, Tolstoy, and Russian and Soviet Cinema.