Adele Barker

Humanities Seminars Professor

Adele Barker


ADELE BARKER is a Professor of Russian and Slavic and has authored and edited five books on Russian and Soviet literature and culture. She has received numerous fellowships, among them a National Endowment for the Humanities Grant and two Fulbright awards and a Superior Teaching Award from the Humanities Seminars Program. 

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Courses Taught

  • The Modern Psychological Novel - 2008
  • Strangers in a Strange Land: The History of Travel Writing - 2001
  • Popular Culture in the Post-Soviet Union - 1999
  • Virginia Woolf and Friends - 1995
  • Modern Tradition - 1990
  • USSR/Gorbachev - 1988
  • The Russian Mind - 1986

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