Galya Diment, Ph.D — Comparative Literature, UC Berkeley (1987); Professor, Thomas L. & Margo G. Wyckoff Endowed Faculty Fellow, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Washington, Seattle. Chair, 2000-2012. Author: The Autobiographical Novel of Co-Consciousness: Goncharov, Woolf and Joyce (1994); Pniniad: Vladimir Nabokov and Marc Szeftel (1997, 2013); A Russian Jew of Bloomsbury: The Life and Times of Samuel Koteliansky (2011, 2013). Editor or co-edtor: Between Heaven and Hell: The Myth of Siberia in Russian Culture (1993); Goncharov’s Oblomov: A Critical Companion (1998); MLA Approaches to Teaching Lolita (2008). More than forty articles.
Teaching: 19th and 20th Century Russian literature; Nabokov, Russian Crime Fiction, Early Russian and Soviet Film, Russian and Polish Jewish Film, Russian Hollywood