• Nina Bond
Visiting Assistant Professor of Russian
German and Russian Studies

717-291-BU

aobaq@snaqz.rqh

Biography

Professor Bond received her Ph.D. in Slavic and Comparative Literature from Columbia University. Her scholarship is focused on trains and visual illusions in late nineteenth-century Russian and French novels. Her research interests include Russian realism, French naturalism, Darwinism in literature, fantastic literature, science fiction and post-colonial Francophone literature.

Education

Columbia University

Ph.D., Slavic and Comparative Literature, 2011
Dissertation: "Tolstoy and Zola: Trains and Missed Connections"

Harriman Certificate, Harriman Institute, 2006

M.A., Slavic Languages and Literature, 2005

B.A. Comparative Literature, 1999

Research

Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature
Technology and Literature
Science Fiction
Fantastic Literature
French Naturalism
Francophone Literature
Film Adaptation

Course Information

CURRENT COURSES

RUS 101 Elementary Russian I
FDN 183 Who's Afraid of Technology?/Technology: Friend or Foe?
RUS/LIT/WGS 279 Novels of Love and Deception


PAST COURSES

RUS 102 Elementary Russian II
RUS/LIT 273 Terrorism in Russian Literature and Fim
RUS 173 (FYS) The Fantastic in Russian Literature and Film
RUS 270 Chekhov: Plays, Stories, Life