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Curriculum Vitae
Lisa R. Wakamiya
February 12, 2016

General Information
University address: Modern Languages and Linguistics
College of Arts and Sciences
Diffenbaugh Building 0362
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1540

E-mail address: lwakamiya@fsu.edu


Web site: http://modlang.fsu.edu/Divisions-and-Programs/Slavic-Languages-Russian/Russian-Slavic-faculty/Wakami

Professional Preparation
2000 Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles. Major: Slavic Languages and Literatures.

Nondegree Education and Training
1995 East European Language Research and Training Grant. American Council of Learned Societies.

Professional Experience
2009–present Associate Professor, Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University.
2015–2016 Interim Director, Program in Interdisciplinary Humanities, Florida State University.
2003–2009 Assistant Professor, Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University.

Language Proficiency
Czech - advanced in speaking, reading, and writing.

French - intermediate in speaking and writing; advanced in reading.

German - intermediate in speaking and writing; advanced in reading.

Japanese - fluent in speaking; advanced in reading; intermediate in writing.

Russian - fluent in speaking, reading, and writing.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Fulbright U.S. Scholar Research Award, Fulbright Program (2006). ($20,000).

Outstanding University Teaching Award, FSU (2006).



Fellowship(s)
Senior Fellowship. Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies. Harvard University (2013–2014).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Association for Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages

American Comparative Literature Association

Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies

Modern Languages Association



Teaching
Courses Taught
Survey of Russian Literature I (RUW3100)

Russian Short Story (RUW5375)

Survey of Russian Literature II (RUW3101)

Cinema Gone Global (IFS3008)

Critical Approaches to Nabokov (RUW5930)

Translation Theory and Practice (FOL5934)

Transnational Literature (RUW5930)

Russian Cinema (RUT3523)

Directed Readings (FOW6907)

Elementary Russian I (RUS1120)

The Slavic Vampire (SLL3510)

Problems and Studies in Modern Languages and Literature (FOL5934)

Intermediate Russian (RUS2220)

Russian Cinema (RUW3391)

Advanced Russian Grammar and Composition (RUS4421)

Advanced Russian Conversation (RUS4410)

Graduate Russian Conversation and Comprehension (RUS5415)

New Course Development
Cinema Gone Global (2014)

Translation Theory and Practice (2012)

Transnational Literature (2010)

Movements and Genres (2008)

New Russian Cinema (2005)

Critical Approaches to Vladimir Nabokov (2004)

Survey of Russian Literature (2003)

The Slavic Vampire (2003)



Curriculum Development
Undergraduate courses designed since arriving at FSU include: SLL3510 (The Slavic Vampire), RUW3100/3101 (Survey of Russian Literature; taught in Russian) RUT3523 (New Russian Cinema), IFS3008 (Cinema Gone Global). Graduate courses designed since arriving at FSU include: RUW5930 (Movements and Genres), FOT5805 (Translation Theory and Practice), FOW5595 (Transnational Literature), RUW5930 (Vladimir Nabokov) (2014)

Management of Multiple Course Sections
Elementary Russian (RUS1120)

Elementary Russian (RUS1121)

Intermediate Russian (RUS2220)

Russian Grammar and Popular Culture (RUS2330)



Doctoral Committee Member
Huard, E., graduate. (2014). Texts and Tastes: Food and Cultural Identity in Hispanic Writing and Film.

Cope, R. S., graduate. (2013).

Markham, M., graduate. (2010). A Study of "Písně z Těšínska" of Petr Eben.

Patrick, A. M., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Billings, L., graduate. (2014). [Served on Doctoral Examination Committee]

Ardoin, P. G., graduate. (2014). Perception Sickness: Modernist Literature and the Dangers of a Heightened Awareness. [Served on Doctoral Examination Committee]

Zhai, W., graduate. (2014). [Served on Doctoral Examination Committee]

Higgs, C. D., graduate. (2013). [Served on Doctoral Examination Committee]

Mattison, L. J., graduate. (2013). From Modernism to Transnationality: Virginia Woolf, H.D., Yoko Tawada and the Ethical De/territorializations of Subjectivity.

Kunze, P. C., graduate. (2012).

Schlich, E., doctoral candidate.

Tabata, K., doctoral candidate.

Walker, A., doctoral candidate.

Hauser, C., doctoral candidate.

Jeong, Y. Y., doctoral student.

Murphy, T. L., doctoral student.

Meyers, A., doctoral student.

Tooley, T., doctoral student.

Liverpool, S., doctoral student.

Master's Committee Chair
Van Jelgerhuis, D., graduate. (2015). The Resurgence of Cold War Imagery in Western Popular Culture.

Master's Committee Cochair
De Jong, S., student. Rhetorical and Ethical Listening: A Reading of Mary Shelley and Haruki Murakami.

Master's Committee Member
Keitel, J. C., graduate. (2011).

Tabulda, G. A., graduate. (2010).

Jeltovski, D., graduate. (2007).

Bachelor's Committee Member
Peterson, L., graduate. (2011). The Development of Labor Camp Literature: A Cultural Analysis of the House of the Dead and the Gulag Archipelago. Honors in the Major Thesis.

Williamson, E., graduate. (2009).



Supervision of Student Research Not Related to Thesis or Dissertation
Sherrod, C. (Aug 2010–Jun 2011).
Lewis, K. (Aug 2009–Jun 2011).
Ramsey, J. (Jan 2007–May 2008).

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Wakamiya, L. (2014). Postsovetskie sub"ektivnosti i diaspora (Post-Soviet Subjectivities and Diaspora). Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 127, 396-403.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2013). Otvrashcheniia u Vladimira Sorokina (The Abject in the Work of Vladimir Sorokin). Novoe literturnoe obozrenie, 120, 243-253.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2011). Post-Soviet Contexts and Trauma Studies. Slavonica, 17:2, 135-145.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2010). Ritoricheskie konstruktsii repatriatsii v proizvedeniiakh Aleksandra Solzhenitsyna (Rhetorical Constructions of Repatriation in the Work of Alexander Solzhenitsyn). Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 103, 232-245.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2006). Transformation, Forgetting and Fate: Self-Representation in the Essays of Sasha Sokolov. Canadian-American Slavic Studies, 40:2, 317-331.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2006). Translating the Self: Zinovy Zinik's Narratives of Cultural Dislocation. Slavonica, 12L1, 41-55.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2005). Overcoming Death and Denotation in Sasha Sokolov's School for Fools. Die Welt der Slaven, 50, 57-70.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2003). Eduard Limonov: The Life and Death of Exilic Identity. Canadian American Slavic Studies, 37:1, 29-56.
Wakamiya, L. R., & Kresin, S. (2002). Approaches to Using Online Resources in Czech Language Pedagogy. Cosmas: Czechoslovak and Central European Journal, 15:2, 35-43.

Refereed Books
Wakamiya, L. R. (2009). Locating Exiled Writers in Contemporary Russian Writing: Exiles at Home. Palgrave.

Edited Books
Wakamiya, L. R., & Lipovetsky, M. (Eds.). (2015). Late and Post-Soviet Russian Literature: A Reader. Volumes 1 and 2. Academic Studies Press.

Invited Book Chapters
Wakamiya, L. (contract). Russian-American Literature. Manuscript under contract for publication, Indiana University press.
Wakamiya, L. (2014). "Dnevnik R-17 i Krasnoe koleso: Dialog mezhdu avtobiografiei, literaturoi, i istoriografiei" (Diary R-17 and The Red Wheel: A Dialogue between Autobiography, Literature, and Historiography). In Liudmilla Saraskina (Ed.), Zhizn' i tvorchestvo Aleksandra Solzhenitsyna: Na puti k "Krasnomu kolesu" (The Life and Work of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: On the Path to "The Red Wheel") (pp. 305-312). Moscow: Russkii Put'.

Refereed Book Chapters
Wakamiya, L. R. (2013). Vladimir Sorokin's Abject Bodies: Clones and the Crisis of Subjecthood. In Tine Roesen and Dirk Uffelmann (Ed.), Vladimir Sorokin's Languages: Mediality, Interculturality, Translation (pp. 231-245). University of Bergen: Slavica Bergensia.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2008). Cosmopolitanism and/or Nationalism? When Contemporary Russian Emigre Literature Returns Home. In David M. Bethea, & Christina Y. Bethin (Eds.), American Contributions to the XIV International Congress of Slavists. Slavica Publishers at the University of Indiana.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2008). Humbert's Gendered Appeals to the Jury Not of His Peers. In Galya Diment, & Zoran Kuzmanovich (Eds.), Approaches to Teaching Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita. Modern Languages Association.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2008). On Vasilii Aksenov's Translation of E.L. Doctorow's Ragtime. In Craig Cravens, Masako Fidler, & Susan Kresin (Eds.), Festschrift for Michael Henry Heim. Slavica Publishers at the University of Indiana.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2007). Literature and Cultural Institutions by and for Soviet and Post-Soviet Youth. In Marina Balina, & Larissa Rudova (Eds.), Soviet and Post-Soviet Childrens' Literature and Culture. Routledge.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
Wakamiya, L. (2015). Vladimir Sorokin. In Contemporary Literary Criticism (Vol. 374). Gale.

Invited Reviews
Wakamiya, L. (2015). Shades of Laura: Vladimir Nabokov's Last Novel "The Original of Laura". Slavic Review, 74:4, 948-950.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2010). Sergei Dovlatov and His Narrative Masks. Slavic Review, 69:4, 1037-1038.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2009). Ivan the Fool: Russian Folk Belief. A Cultural History by Andrei Sinyavsky. Slavic and East European Journal, 52:2.
Wakamiya, L. R. (2009). The World of Nabokov's Short Stories and Nabokov: Temy i variatsii by Maxim D. Shrayer. Nabokov Online Journal. Retrieved from http://etc.dal.ca/noj/articles/volume3//18_Review_wakamiya_Shrayer.pdf
Wakamiya, L. (2006). A Biographical and Critical Study of the Russian Writer Eduard Limonov, by Andrei Rogachevskii. Canadian-American Slavic Studies, 40, 556-557.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Wakamiya, L. (accepted). "How La Geste du Prince Igor' led to The Song of Igor's Campaign: Nabokov's Lessons in Philology.". Paper to be presented at Nabokov and Translation, University of California, Santa Barbara. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2013, April). Tell Me Your Story: Russian-American Writing and the Commoditization of Immigration. Paper presented at Global Russian Culture, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2012, September). Vasilii Aksenov kak perevodchik [Vassily Aksyonov as Translator]. Paper presented at International Conference in Honor of Vassily Aksyonov's 80th Birthday, Alexander Solzhenitsyn House of Russia Abroad, Moscow. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2010, October). Appropriations of Trauma in Post-Soviet Cultural Studies. Paper presented at Between History and Past: Soviet Legacy as the Traumatic Object of Contemporary Russian Culture, University of Sheffield, University of Sheffield, UK. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2010, July). Russian-American Writing in Transnational Perspective. Paper presented at Comparative research on Major Regional Powers in Eurasia, Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University, Hokkaido University, Japan. (International)

Invited Papers at Symposia
Wakamiya, L. (presented 2015, November). Russian-American Immigrant Literature. In Russian Culture and the Global Situation. Symposium conducted at the meeting of University of Pennsylvania. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2008, December). Nostalgic Imaginings in Post-Soviet Narratives. In Love-Sickness, Melancholy and Nostalgia. Symposium conducted at the meeting of UCLA Department of Italian and the Center for Medieval andRenaissance Studies, UCLA. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2007, April). Vampires are Us: Post-Soviet Paradigms of Consumption. In Tomislav Longinovic (Chair), Slavic Monsters and their Others. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Mellon Workshop in the Humanities, University of Wisconsin-Madison. (National)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Wakamiya, L. (accepted). Intimacy and the Archive. Paper to be presented at the meeting of American Comparative Literature Association, Harvard University. (International)
Wakamiya, L. (presented 2016, November). Our Shared Materiality: Transnational Localisms. Paper presented at American Association of East European and Eurasian Studies, American Association of East European and Eurasian Studies, Philadelphia, PA. (International)
Wakamiya, L. (presented 2014, November). Nabokov's Ontologization of Absence. Paper presented at Annual meeting of the American Association of East European and Eurasian Studies, American Association of East European and Eurasian Studies, San Antonio. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2013, November). Nabokov's Taxonomies and the Boundaries of the Subject. Paper presented at American Association of East European and Eurasian Studies, ASEEES, Boston. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2013, July). Kollektsii Nabokova i sozdanie povestvovaniia (Nabokov's Collections and the Creation of Narrative). Paper presented at Nabokov Readings, Vladimir Nabokov Museum, Vladimir Nabokov Museum, St. Petersburg (Russia). (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2012, November). Reading Orhan Pamuk, Reading Nabokov. Paper presented at American Association of East European and Eurasian Studies, ASEEES, New Orleans. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2011, November). The Material Body of the Original of Laura. Paper presented at American Association of East European and Eurasian Studies, ASEEES, Washington, DC. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2011, November). The Symbolic Repression and Consumption of Post-Soviet Russian Literature. Paper presented at American Association of East European and Eurasian Studies, ASEEES, Los Angeles. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2010, March). Putting Down Roots while Circulating the Globe: The Transnational Market and Russian-American Immigrant Authors. Paper presented at Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, SCSS, Gainesville. (Regional)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2008, December). The Viewer as Naratee in Ilya Kabakov's Total Installations. Paper presented at American Assocation for Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, AATSEEL, San Francisco. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2007, December). On Vasilii Aksenov's Translation of E.L. Doctorow's Ragtime. Paper presented at American Assocation for Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, AATSEEL, Chicago. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2006, September). The Turn from Textuality: Changes in the Reception of Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Paper presented at American Association for Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, AATSEEL, Philadelphia. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2005, March). Transnational Contexts for the Study of Contemporary Russian Literature. Paper presented at Annual meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association, ACLA, Pennsylvania State University. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2004, December). Reading and Writing as Repatriation in Vasilii Aksenov's Recent Work. Paper presented at American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, AATSEEL, Philadelphia. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2004, April). The Rhetoric of Displacement and Return: Reading Contemporary Russian Exilic Writing. Paper presented at Annual meeting of the American Comparative Literature Association, ACLA, University of Michigan. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2003, November). Local and Global Approaches to Russian Postmodern Studies. Paper presented at Annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, AAASS, Toronto. (International)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Wakamiya, L. R. (presented 2012, January). Languages, Literatures and ? New Models for Foreign Language Departments. Presentation at Annual Meeting of the MLA, MLA, Seattle, WA. (National)

Nonrefereed Presentations at Symposia
Wakamiya, L. (presented 2014, April). "Interpreting Objects between East and West: Collecting, Narrative, and Subjectivity.". In Prof. Terry Martin, Prof. Stephanie Sandler (Chair), "Subjectivities and Identities in Eurasia.". Presentation at the meeting of Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies. Harvard University. (International)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Wakamiya, L. (2015, February). Materiality and Method: The Writer-Collectors of Vladimir Nabokov and Ilya Kabakov. Delivered at Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of California, Los Angeles. (National)
Wakamiya, L. R. (2013, January). Contemporary Russian Literary and Cultural Studies. Delivered at Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Kansas, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (2012, March). Language and the Emergence of the Post-Soviet Subject in Sorokin's Recent Prose. Delivered at Aarhus University, Aarhus University. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (2011, December). Dnevnik R-17 i Krasnoe koleso: Dialog mezhdu avtobiografiei, literturoi, i istoriografiei (Diary R-17 and The Red Wheel: A Dialogue between Autobiography, Literature, and Historiography). Delivered at Russian Academy of Sciences, Alexander Solzhentisyn House of Russia Abroad. (International)
Wakamiya, L. R. (2009, July). Russian-American Writing in Transnational Perspective. Delivered at Slavic Research Center, Hokkaido University. (International)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Wakamiya, L. R. (Jun 2013–Dec 2013). Late and Post-Soviet Russian Literature: A Reader. Funded by Text and Academic Authors Association Publication Grant. Total award $1,000.
Wakamiya, L. R. (May 2011–Aug 2011). Materializing Texts. Funded by FSU Council for Resarch and Creativity. Total award $11,000.
Wakamiya, L. R., Munro, M., & Maier-Katkin, B. (May 2011–Mar 2013). Cosmopolitan Contexts. Funded by FSU Council for Research and Creativity. Total award $14,697.

Postdoctoral Supervision
Toymentsev, S. (Aug 2015–May 2017).

Reviews of My Research and Original Creative Work by Other Authors
Reviews Appearing in Journals
Stauffer, R. (2015). Late and Post-Soviet Russian Literature: A Reader. Slavic and East European Journal, 59.2, 313-314.
Kustanovich, K. (2012). Locating Exiled Writers in Contemporary Russian Literature: Exiles at Home. Modern Language Revew, 107:4, 1312-1313.
Rogatchevski, A. (2012). Locating Exiled Writers in Contemporary Russian Literature: Exiles at Home. Slavic and East European Journal, 56:3, 471-472.
Young, J. (2012). Locating Exiled Writers in Contemporary Russian Literature: Exiles at Home. Slavic Review, 71:4, 977-978.

Translation
Wakamiya, L. (2015). "A Mysterious Passion" by Vassily Aksyonov. Translated from the Russian.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Member, Grievance Committee (2014–present).
Member, Graduate Program Committee, Program in the History and Philosophy of Science (2012).
Member, Graduate Program Evaluation Committee, School of Dance (2010).
Member, Advisory Council for Innovative Instruction (2006–2009).
Member, Council for Research and Creativity (2006–2009).

FSU College Service
Interim Director, Program in Interdisciplinary Humanities (2015–2016).
Chair, Arts and Sciences Policy Committee (2015–2016).
Outside Member, Chair Search Commitee, Department of Classics (2015–2016).
Member, Chair Search Committee, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics (2015–2016).
Member, Arts and Sciences Policy Committee (2014–2015).
Member, Hiring Practices Committee (2009–2010).

FSU Department Service
Event Organizer, Invited talk by Ambassador David Swartz (2016–present).
Coordinator, Slavic Program (2014–present).
Graduate Advisor, Slavic Graduate Program (2008–present).
Chair, Postdoctoral Scholar Search Committee (2016).
Member, Tenure and Promotion Committee (2015–2016).
Chair, Winthrop-King Institute Undergraduate Scholarship Committee (2015).
Chair, Invited Lecture Series (2007–2015).
Member, Departmental Chair Search Committee (2012–2013).
Event Organizer, Careers Abroad, A Workshop for Students of Foreign Languages (2011).
Event Organizer, The U.S. Department of State and Your Future, A Public Lecture by U.S. Ambassador Sylvia Stanfield (2005).

FSU Program Service
Advisor, Slavic Student Association (2015–present).
Organizer, Russian Program Open House (2009).

The Profession
Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
Slavic Review (Apr 2013–present).
Comparative Literature (Aug 2015–Feb 2016).
Russian Review (Aug 2011–Jan 2016).
Slavic and East European Journal (Apr 2003–Sep 2009).
Canadian-American Slavonic Studies (Jan 2003–Apr 2009).

Chair of a Symposium
Wakamiya, L. (Chair). (2016, October). Aleksandr Sokurov's Francofonia. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Winthrop-King Institute, FSU.
Wakamiya, L. R., Maier-Katkin, B., & Munro, M. (Chair). (2013, March). Cosmopolitan Contexts: Reading and Writing in a Globalized World. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics; Winthrop-King Institute, Council for Research and Creativity, Florida State University.

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
Fulbright Visiting Scholar Program (2013–present).
Fulbright Faculty Development Program (2006–2008).

Service to Professional Associations
Executive Committee Member, Forum on Russian and East European Languages, Literatures and Cultures, Modern Languages Association (2016–2021).
Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Studies in Slavic Languages and Literatures Selection Committee, Modern Languages Association (2015–2018).
Manuscript Referee, Refereed book manuscript for Northwestern University Press, Northwestern University Press (2011).
Program Committee Chair (20th Century Literature), American Association for Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (2007–2010).
Program Committee Member, American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies (2005–2006).
Abstract Reviewer, American Association for Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (2003–2006).
President, Arizona Chapter of American Association for Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages (2003).

Interviews
WVFS, F. R. (2009, November). On "Lolita". Vox Populi.
Masha Karp, B. (2009, March). On the writer Vassily Aksyonov. The Russian Service.

Service to Other Universities
External Evaluator. Dissertation Fellowships, Harvard University (2014).
External Evaluator, Rollins College (2005).
External Evaluator. Faculty reappointment committee, Swarthmore College, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures (2003).

The Community
Organizer, Film screening and symposium featuring talks by Prof. Laurent Dubrueil (Cornell University) and Prof. Dragan Kujundzic (U of Florida), Aleksandr Sokurov's Francofonia (2015–present).
Event Co-organizer, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Cosmopolitan Contexts: A Symposium (2011–2013).
Advisor, Tallahassee-Krasnodar Sister City Commission (2006–2012).
Event Organizer, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, "When Nabokov Writes Badly," A Public Lecture by Eric Naiman (UC Berkeley) (2011).
Event Organizer, Department of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Cultural Identity in Southeastern Europe, A Public Lecture by Ronelle Alexander (UC Berkeley) (2009).

Consultation
The History Channel. Linguistic and cultural consultant for "Russia's Roswell" (2005).


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