Professor of Comparative Literature and Russian and Slavic Studies
Habilitation, 1991, Moscow Institute of Film Studies; Ph.D. 1977 (French Philosophy), Russian Academy of Pedagogical Sciences; B.A. 1971, Moscow Pedagogical Institute.
Slavic literatures and cinema; theory of representation; the body in culture
Editorial Board, Cinema Notebooks Journal, Kinovedcheskie Zapiski, Moscow; Editorial Board, Books Collection, Philosophia ad Marginem, Ad Marginem Publishing House, Moscow; Editorial Board, New Literary Review, Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, Moscow.
Getty Scholar, 1991-1992.
The Memory of Tiresias. University of California Press. 1998.
Amnesia as a Source. Moscow. 1997.
Daemon and Labyrinth. Moscow. 1996.
Babel/Babel, with A. Zholkovsky. Moscow: La Carte Blanche. 1994.
Tiresias Memory. Moscow: Ad Maginem. 1993.
Visible World. Moscow: Kinovedcheskie Zapiski. 1993.
Mikhail IampolskiProfessor of Comparative Literature and Russian and Slavic Studiesmi1@nyu.edu
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