Visiting Lecturer in Russian
Roger Williams Hall, Room 227
Pronouns: she/her/hers она/её
Marina Filipovic received her M.A. in Slavic Languages and Literatures from University of Illinois at Chicago, with a specialization in Russian and Yugoslav literatures; and her Ph.D. in Russian literature and film from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Before joining the faculty at Bates in 2021, she was teaching Russian literature, film, and language courses at William & Mary. Marina’s teaching ranges from the nineteenth century to the present-day Russia, and across all periods of Soviet culture, including Yugoslav and post-Yugoslav cultures.
Her research interests include Russian, Soviet, and post-Soviet literatures and film, technology, gender, the Russian avant-garde, socialist realism, Soviet history of science, Yugoslav and post-YU literatures and film.
Courses Taught at Bates College:
RUSS 102 Elementary Russian II
RUSS 201 Intermediate Russian I
RUSS 301 Advanced Russian I
EUS/RUSS 313 Hard & Soft Socialism: Literatures, Films, and Cultures of the USSR and Socialist Yugoslavia
RUSS s27 From Baba Yaga to Putin: Myths and Legends in Russian Culture
EUS/RUSS 247 Contemporary Russia on Film
Winter Semester 2024
EUS 247 / RUSS 247
Contemporary Russia on Film
Elementary Russian II
Short Term 2024
From Baba Yaga to Putin: Myths and Legends in Russian Culture
Fall Semester 2024
EUS 317 / GSS 317 / RUSS 317
Beyond Human: Cyborgs and Technology
Intermediate Russian I
Advanced Russian I