William Mills Todd III

Interests:

Narrative and cultural studies; Russian, English, and French literature of the eighteenth to twentieth centuries; Russian fiction and social history; literary sociology, semiotics, Pushkin and Dostoevsky.

Current Projects:

A book on the serialization of the Russian novel (1860s-80s)
Articles on Pushkin and on Russian literary and cultural theory.

Education:

Ph.D. 1973 Columbia
M.A. 1968 Oxford
A.B. 1966 Dartmouth

Honors:

  • Graduate Student Council Excellence in Mentoring Award, Harvard, 1999 Harvard College Professor, 2002 (an award for undergraduate teaching)
  • Awarded the A.S. Pushkin Medal for great services (velikie zaslugi) at the Taurida Palace in St. Petersburg June, 2003.
  • The American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages 2005 award for outstanding contribution to Scholarship.
  • The American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages¬†2015 award for outstanding contribution to the profession.