Eva Faraghi

Graduate Student

BA in Russian Studies and Music from McGill University (2017)

MA in Russian Studies from the University of Toronto (2018)


Year Begun: 2018

Research Interests: 
Nightmares, Dreams, Semiotics of space, Russian opera

Conference Presentations:

“Photography in Turgenev’s ‘Klara Milich’: The Failure of a Medium” (ATSEEL 2020)

“Dust, Odor and Perfume in Petty Demon” (ASEEES, 2019)

“Obraz statui v povesti ‘Posle smerti’ Turgeneva” (Middlebury School of Russian Symposium, 2019)

“Klara Milich, The Opera: Narratives of Transcendence” (Princeton-Columbia Graduate Student Conference, 2019)

“The Unsung Melody: Music and Performance in Dostoevsky’s Eternal Husband” (ASEEES, 2018)

“The Mother Figure in “The Queen of Spades”: A Psychoanalytical Interpretation of Opera and Novella” (CAS, 2018)

“Pikovaia dama’: opera i povest’” (Middlebury School of Russian Symposium, 2018)

Languages: German, English, French, Russian