Geordie Kenyon Sinclair
Teaching Fellow for Russian Aa.
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).