Dr. Lonny Harrison is an incoming Associate Professor of Russian and Director of Critical Languages and International Studies (CLIS) in the Department of Modern Languages. He specializes in 19th-century Russian literature and culture and has wider interests including 20th-century Russian literature, media, and mass culture, and Russian philosophy. His research takes an interdisciplinary approach to the works of Fyodor Dostoevsky, incorporating Russian and European trends in literature, psychology, and the history of ideas. Dr. Harrison's book Archetypes from Underground: Notes on the Dostoevskian Self was published in May 2016 by the Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Other teaching and research interests are Russian cinema, translation studies, and technology-enhanced language learning.

  • 2008 - PhD in Russian Literature, The University of Toronto
  • 2008 - MA in Slavic Languages and Literature, The University of Toronto
  • 1999 - BA in English, Simon Fraser University

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Office: Hammond Hall, Room 221
E-Mail: lonnyharrison@uta.edu

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