Brian Egdorf


B.A. Illinois Wesleyan University, French, English, and Russian, 2008
M.A. University of Colorado at Boulder, Comparative Literature, 2012
Entered Berkeley Program in 2013

Research interests: 19th century novel, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, autobiography, Bakhtin

Languages known and studied: French, Russian, German, Czech

August 2012, The Dostoevsky Journal, “Arkady Dolgoruky’s Alibi of Excess: Fyodor Dostoevsky’s The Adolescent and the Architectonics of Author and Hero”

Conference Participation:
Annual Meeting of AATSEEL (Vancouver, BC) Spring 2015.  Paper: “Against Narration: The Hidden Subjectivities of Anna Karenina”

Study/Work Abroad:
Fall 2006, Université de Nantes, France
2008-2009, English teacher, Morlaix, France
2012-2013, EUSPb, St. Petersburg, Russia