Kate Holland - PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Toronto
Selected scientific works
1. Holland K. Siblings in Tolstoy and Dostoevsky: The Path to Universal Brotherhood // Slavic Review. 2017. Vol. 76. Issue 3. Pp. 822–823. DOI: 10.1017/slr.2017.212
2. Holland K. Narrative Tradition on the Border: Alexander Veselovsky and Narrative Hybridity in the Age of World Literature // Poetics Today. 2017. Vol. 38. Issue 3. Pp. 429–451. DOI: 10.1215/03335372-416660
3. Holland K. From the Prehistory of Russian Novel Theory Alexander Veselovsky and Fyodor Dostoevsky on the Modern Novel's Roots in Folklore and Legend // Persistent Forms: Explorations in Historical Poetics. New York : Fordham univ. press, 2016. Pp. 340–366.
4. Holland K. The New Russian Dostoevsky: Readings for the Twenty-First Century // Slavic and East European Journal. 2017. Vol. 57. Issue 3. Pp. 481–483.
5. Holland K. Novel in the Age of Didintegration: Dostoevsky and the Problem of Genre in the 1870s. Northwestern University Press, 2013. 266 p.