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Dana Dragunoiu est Maître de Conférences en littérature anglaise à l'Université Carleton d'Ottawa au Canada. Elle a soutenu en 2000 sa thèse de doctorat intitulée "The universe embraced by consciousness’:  Vladimir Nabokov’s Philosophical Domain" sous la direction de Brian Boyd. Elle travaille actuellement sur l'éthique de Nabokov, et co-modère, avec Stanislav Shvabrin, le forum Nabokv-L de la Société Internationale Vladimir Nabokov. En plus de son travail sur Nabokov, elle a également publié des articles scientifiques sur J.M. Coetzee, Ernest Hemingway, Stendhal, et le cinéma contemporain.

Dana Dragunoiu is Associate Professor of English at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. Her Ph.D. dissertation, titled “‘The universe embraced by consciousness’:  Vladimir Nabokov’s Philosophical Domain,” was completed in 2000 under the supervision of Professor Brian Boyd. She is currently working on a study of Nabokov’s ethics and moderating, with Stanislav Shvabrin, the Vladimir Nabokov International Society’s listserv NABOKV-L. In addition to her work on Nabokov, she has also published scholarly articles on J.M. Coetzee, Ernest Hemingway, Stendhal, and contemporary film. 


Ouvrage

 

Vladimir Nabokov and the Poetics of Liberalism. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press, 2011. 


Articles


“Nabokov and Liberalism” in Nabokov in Context. Edited by David Bethea and Siggy Frank. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2018. A paraître.

“On Pity and Courtesy in Nabokov’s Ethics.” Edited by Brian Boyd and Marijeta Bozovic. Nabokov Upside Down. Evanston: Northwestern UP, 2016.

Lolita: Nabokov’s Rewriting of Dostoevski’s The Brothers Karamazov.” Nabokov Studies 13 (2014): 20-32.

Lolita:  Law, Ethics, Politics.” Approaches to Teaching Nabokov’s Lolita.  Ed. Zoran Kuzmanovich and Galya Diment.  New York:  The Modern Language Association of America, 2008.  121-127.

“Vladimir Nabokov’s Ada:  Art, Deception, Ethics.” Contemporary Literature 46.2 (2005): 311-39. 

“Vladimir Nabokov’s Invitation to a Beheading and the Russian Radical Tradition.” Journal of Modern Literature 25.1 (2001): 53-69. 

“Dialogues with Berkeley:  Idealist Metaphysics and Epistemology in Nabokov’s Bend Sinister.” Nabokov Studies 5 (1998/1999): 47-62.

 

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