Assistant Professor, Modern Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics, University of Oklahoma, 2019–
Postdoctoral Fellow, Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages, Stanford University, 2018–2019
Ph.D., Slavic Languages and Literatures, Stanford University, June 2018
M.A., Slavic Languages and Literatures, Stanford University, June 2003
B.A., double major, Germanic and Slavic Languages & Theatre and Media Arts (Directing), Brigham Young University, 2001
“Odd or Even: Eisenstein and Unfinished Work,” The Eisenstein Universe, eds. Julia Vassilieva and Ian Christie. London: Bloomsbury, 2019 (forthcoming).
Foreword to The Gospel in Brief by Leo Tolstoy. New York: HarperCollins, 2011, vii–xiii.
“John Shade Shaving: Inspiration and Composition in a Selection from Pale Fire.” Nabokov Studies, v. 10, 2006.
“Tolpa/Chern’,” Crowds, eds. Jeffrey T. Schnapp and Matthew Tiews. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 2006.
Sergei Eisenstein, The Primal Phenomenon | Art. Edited by Oksana Bulgakowa and Dietmar Hochmuth. Berlin: Potemkin Press, 2017.
Sergei Eisenstein, Disney. Edited by Oksana Bulgakowa and Dietmar Hochmuth. Berlin: Potemkin Press, 2013.
Leo Tolstoy, The Gospel in Brief. New York: HarperCollins, 2011.
“Le subjectif: Eisenstein, Disney and the Animation of objects.” Invited paper at Sergei Eisenstein and the Play of Objects, Brandenburg Centre for Media Studies (ZeM), Potsdam, Germany, November 22–24, 2018.
“Odd or Even: Eisenstein and Unfinished Work.” Eisenstein for the Twenty-first Century, Monash Centre, Prato, Italy, June, 2018.
“Notes Toward an Untimely Soviet Comedy.” Invited paper at Stanford Film and Media Studies Conference, Stanford University, April 2018.
"'Legends are Forgotten But Songs Remain': Montage Beyond the Frame in Eisenstein’s American Film Projects." Society for Cinema & Media Studies Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada, March 2018.
“'Is This Reality or a Dream?': Eisenstein's Precariously Comedic MMM.” American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages Annual Conference, Washington DC, February 2018.
“'Mutability is Natural': Disney, Eisenstein, and Transcendent Form.” Pacific and Ancient Modern Language Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, November 2017.
“Sensation/Phenomenon: Coasts of Utopia in Production.” Utopia’s Coasts: Stoppard in New York and Moscow, Stanford University, May 2008.
Accelerated First Year Russian, Stanford University (Winter–Spring 2018–19)
Second-year Russian, Stanford University (Fall–Spring 2018–19)
Russian Formalism: Key Texts, guest lecturer, Stanford University (Fall 2018–2019)
Cinemato-graph, co-taught with Nariman Skakov, Stanford University (Fall 2018)
The Photographic Portrait, Parsons School of Design CE, New York (2016)
Beginning Russian, ABC Language Institute, New York (2008–09)
First-Year Russian, Stanford University (2002–04, 2007)
Nabokov and Modernism, teaching assistant for Monika Greenleaf, Stanford University (2004)
Conferences and events organized
Co-organizer, “Utopia’s Coasts: Stoppard in New York and Moscow.” Stanford University. 22–23 May 2008
Administrative liaison, assistant organizer, translator, “Andrei Voznesensky: Poetry Reading,” Stanford University. 29 April 2004
Curator, “Alphabeticon: Russian Experiments with Text and Image in the 20th Century,” Herbert Hoover Memorial Exhibit Pavilion, Stanford University. 8 May–30 August 2003
Research assistant, translation, editing, archive for Nariman Skakov, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Stanford University, 2017–2018
Departmental liaison, Slavianskii Dom, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Stanford University. April–June 2007
Research assistant, translation consultant, The Factory of Gestures: Body Language in Film, for Oksana Bulgakowa, Stanford Humanities Lab. 2005–6
Resident student advisor, Program coordinator, Brigham Young University Study Abroad, St. Petersburg, Russia. May–August 2001
Professional affiliations and memberships
American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages
Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Languages
Society for Cinema and Media Studies
English (native), Russian (fluent), Polish (conversational), German (conversational), Old Church Slavonic (reading), French (reading)