Visiting Assistant Professor, Comparative Studies in Literature and Cultures/Russian
B.A., John Carroll University; M.A., Ph.D., Stony Brook University
Johnson Hall 304
M/W/Th 1:15-2:15pm (Pacific) and by appointment
Julia Sushytska specializes in 20th century European and Eastern European philosophy, and teaches courses that bring into focus Eastern Europe as the in-between of the Western European and Russian colonial projects. Her courses include Truth, Trust, and Propaganda: Postmodern Theory and the Practice of Dissent, The Novel as Philosophy: Recollecting Lost Time, A Pervert’s Guide to Eastern Europe, and Russian Novel: Idiots, Atheists, and Nihilists. Together with Alisa Slaughter, she recently translated and edited A Spy for an Unknown Country—a collection of essays by a Soviet-era Georgian philosopher, Merab Mamardashvili (ibidem Press, 2020).
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