Robyn Jensen is a visiting assistant professor in the German and Russian Department at Pomona College. Her work focuses on 20th-century Russian culture, with an emphasis on photography theory and visual culture, aesthetic theory, and theater.
Written in the Face: On Sergei Lebedev’s “Untraceable”
Robyn Jensen tracks down Sergei Lebedev’s “Untraceable,” a novel centering on a deadly nerve toxin, translated from the Russian by Antonina W. Bouis....
“More Chekhov than Chekhov”: “The Seagull” on The Sims
We need new forms.” This is what the young playwright Konstantin Treplev advocates at the beginning of Anton Chekhov’s 1895 ...
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