KIM Jean-young is Professor, Dept. of Russian Language and Literature at Yonsei University. She did undergraduate study at Wheaton, Mass., and graduate study at Yale (Ph.D. in Slavic, ’92). Aside from a semester stay as an exchange student in St. Petersburg (then Leningrad), one full sabbatical year was spent at the St. Petersburg State University as an exchange professor (1997-98). Her main scholarly interest is in Russian Romanticism and poetry, and comparative study of Russian and Korean literatures.
Pushkin: 10 Ways of Reading Russian Romanticism