Tom Dolack

Tom
Dolack

Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian, Wheaton College

Center Associate
Expertise
20th-century European poetry
Modernism
Renaissance poetry
literary translation
imitation
Current Project
Infected with Imitation: Foreign Influence and The Russian Literary Tradition
Foreign Language

Education

Ph.D.
, Comparative Literature
, University of Oregon
Selected Publications

“Mist in a Comparative Literature Classroom: Unamuno, Dostoevsky and Dialogue.” Approaches to Teaching the Works of Miguel de Unamuno. Ed. Luis Alvarez-Castro. MLA.

“Russian Imitations of Petrarch and Modern Imitatio.” Petrarch and his Legacies. Eds. Jelena Todorovich and Ernesto Livorni. ACMRS.

“Creativity, Imitation and the Emergence of Russian Literature.” Reasoning Beasts: Evolution, Cognition, and Culture, 1720-1820. Ed. Kathryn Duncan and Michael Austin. AMS Press, 2017. 61-76.

“Lyric Ventriloquism and the Dialogic Translations of Pasternak, Mandelstam and Celan.” Hearing Over: Essays on Dialogism and Poetry. Eds. Mara Scanlon and Chad Engbers. Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 57-79.

“Consciousness, Ethics and Dostoevsky’s Underground Man” ASEBL Journal 10:1 (2014). 13-21.

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