Thomas Hodge

Thomas
Hodge

Professor of Russian, Wellesley College

Center Associate
Expertise
Russian nature writing
ties between Russian musical culture and literary culture
Lake Baikal and Siberian culture.
Current Project
"Hunting Nature: Ivan Turgenev and the Organic World"

Education

Ph.D.
, Slavic Languages and Literatures
, Stanford University
Selected Publications

"The ÔHunter in Fear of HuntersÕ: A Cynegetic Reading of TurgenevÕs Fathers and Children," Slavic and East European Journal 51, no. 3 (Fall 2007): 453_473.

"Ivan Turgenev on the Nature of Hunting," in Words, Music, History: A Festschrift for Caryl Emerson, Part One, Stanford Slavic Studies 29, Stanford (2005): 291_31.

A Double Garland: Poetry and Art-Song in Early-Nineteenth-Century Russia, Studies in Russian Literature and Theory (Northwestern UP, 2000).

Notes on Fishing, by Sergei Aksakov (translated, annotated and introduced by Thomas P. Hodge), Studies in Russian Literature and Theory, Evanston: Northwestern UP (1997).

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Telephone
781-239-1584