Tatiana Smorodinska
FIC 208
Office Hours
Spring 2024: Monday 1:30-3:00 p.m., Tuesday 1:30-3:00 p.m. and by appointment.

Tatiana Smorodinska graduated from Moscow State University (Department of Philology) in 1983 and received her Ph.D. from OSU in 1998 with a dissertation on Konstantin Sluchevsky, 19th century Russian poet.  She published a book “Konstantin Sluchevsky.  The Untimely Poet” in 2008.  Tatiana authored numerous articles on Russian poetry, Russian film and Russian culture.  In 2007 she co-edited “Encyclopedia of Contemporary Russian Culture” (Routledge).  Her most current projects include research on Russian folk dance and a digital anthology of texts for language learners based on the Russian school canon (19th century prose and poetry). 

The anthology is free, open to the public, there are texts for beginners and intermediate students, equipped with audio recordings, glossary and additional materials.