Adam Lieberman

Slavic Languages and Literature

Graduate Student

Languages: Russian, Kazakh

Area(s) of Study: 19th and 20th century Russian literature. History and culture of the North Caucasus. Islam in Russian literature.

Selected Publications:

  • A Conflict of Cultures: Russian Perception of Caucasian Culture in 19th Century Literature, Vestnik: The Journal of Russian and Asian Studies, 2014 (Publication)
  • Scaling Mountains and Breaking Barriers: The Origin of the Term “Caucasus”, American-Caucasus Conference, Magas State University of Ingushetia, Ingushetia, Russian Federation, 2013 (Conference Presentation)
  • The Role of Sufism in the Creation of the Imamat of Shamil, Middlebury Graduate Symposium, Middlebury College, Middlebury VT, 2013(Conference Presentation)
  • The Poetry of Politics: Stalin and the Writers of the Silver Age of Russian Poetry, Brockport Graduate Research Conference, SUNY Brockport, Brockport, NY, 2013 (Conference Presentation)
  • Ghosts, Demons, and the Supernatural: Elements of Fantasy in Nikolai Gogol’s “The Petersburg Tales”, Middlebury Graduate Symposium, Middlebury College, Middlebury VT, 2012(Conference Presentation)
  • A Fingerprint on the Heart of a Nation: A Comparison of “The Monument” by Horace, Derzhavin, and Pushkin, Middlebury Graduate Symposium, Middlebury VT, 2010 (Conference Presentation)