Assistant Professor Russian and East European Studies
303 Ramer History House

Other Titles

  • ON LEAVE 2020/21


  • Ph. D. Princeton University
  • B. A. Wesleyan University

FAMS/REES 270: National & Transnational Cinemas-Soviet and Russian Cinema

Research & Teaching Interest:
Lindsay’s research focuses on the novels and cultural legacy of Fyodor Dostoevsky, Russian modernism, and late-19th century literature, theater, and religious culture. Her book project is entitled “Dostoevsky’s Disciples: Religion and National Ideology in Russian Culture, 1881–1913.”

Her teaching interests include 19th-century Russian literature, Dostoevsky, academic writing, and late-Soviet and contemporary Russian cinema.

Selected Publications:
“Valerii Briusov’s Zemlia: An Occult Critique of Symbolist Apocalyptic Theurgy,” Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 61, No. 4 (2017)

“From the Correspondence of Roman Jakobson and Father Georges Florovsky,” Wiener Slavistisches Jahrbuch, vol. 4 (2016)