Geordie Kenyon Sinclair

Geordie Kenyon Sinclair

Ph.D. candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures
Teaching Fellow for Russian Aa.
Kenyon SInclair

Geordie's research interests are in the theory and practice of translation; 20th-century Russian and Soviet poetry, prose, and culture; poetic persona and voice; and gender in language and literature. His current projects include work on the “gulag archive” of poet Anna Barkova housed at Ivanovo State University in Russia.

Geordie is a graduate of the University of Toronto in Russian language and literature, women and gender studies, and philosophy. He was an undergraduate fellow at the Jackman Humanities Institute in 2013-14, and wrote a fellowship project titled: "Translatability and gender: The case of Zinaida Gippius’ androgynous persona."

Teaching: (Fall 2017) Russian Aa, MWF 9am

Office hours: Mon 4-5pm, Wed noon-1pm (Barker 340), or by appointment (email).

 

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