Sharon Lubkemann Allen , Ph.D
Office: Liberal Arts 244
- PhD, in Comparative Literature, Princeton University, May 2004.
- MA in English and Comparative Literature and Theory, University of Dallas, 1996.
- BA in Soviet and East European Studies, Yale University, 1991.
Areas of Specialty
- Comparative literature and literary theory
- Nineteenth- and twentieth-century Russian, East European, French, and Luso-Brazilian fiction and film
- European modernism and post-modernism
- Urban literature and culture
- ENG 112: College Comp
- HON 112: Border Crossings: Reimag[in]ing Story & History, Fiction & Documentary
- ENL 165: Underground Conciousness
- ENG 223: Modern World Literature
- ENG 303: Intro. to Literary Analysis: Language, Landscape, Longing & Lies in modern Literature
- ENG 314: modern European Literature: Executions, Authorship & Authority
- ENG 317: Slavic Literature: Wit & Witness
- ENG 319: Comparative Literature: Crossings
- ENG 351: Urban Contexts & Urbane Consciousness in Modern Fiction & Film
- ENG 363: Writing in Exile
- ENG 409: Postmodernism in World Literature: Theory of the Novel & the Novel’s Play with Theory
- ENG/WMS42/542: Sex & the City: Contemporary Women Writers & Cosmopolitanism
- ENG/WMS442/542: Women & Memoir: Re-membering (his)story in Art & Literature
- ENL 448/548: Idiots, Fools & Madmen: Dialogues with Dostoevsky in Fiction
- ENL/FLM 463/563: International Film: (Re)visionary Soviet & Post-Soviet Filmmakers
- ENG 472: Senior Seminar in Contemporary European Literature: Re-mapping Cultural Memory
- ENL 478/578: Critical Approaches
- ENG 604: World Modernisms
- ENG 625: Tolstoy & Dostoevsky: Ethics & Aesthetics
- Associate Professor of Comparative Literature, SUNY Brockport, 2005-present
- Fulbright Fellow, Programa em Teoria da Literatura & Departamento de Estudos Anglísticos, Faculdade de Letras, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal, 2009-2010
- Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Humanities Forum, University of Pennsylvania, 2004–2005
- Lecturer/AI, Departments of Comparative Literature, Humanities, Romance Languages and Literature, Slavic Languages & Literature, Visual Arts, & Princeton Writing Program, Princeton University, 1999-2004
- Lecturer, Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Literatures, Rutgers University, Newark, 2003
- International Association of Slavists (IAS), member of the Commission for Iberian-Slavonic Comparative Research, 2010-present.
- Centro de Literaturas e Culturas Lusófonas e Europeias (CLEPUL), Faculdade de Letras, Universidade de Lisboa, research affiliate & advisory board member, 2010-present.
- Suny Teacher Education Network (S-TEN/C-TEN), College at Brockport Committee member, Spring 2013-present.
- Womens and Gender Studies Advisory Board, SUNY-Brockport, 2008-present.
- English Department Curriculum Committee, SUNY-Brockport, 2006–2009, 2010-2011, Chair, 2013-2014.
- English Department Search Committees in World Literature, Modernist British Literature, & Film Studies, SUNY-Brockport, 2005–2006, 2006-2007, 2008-2009, 2011-2012.
- Graduate Fellow, Rockefeller College, Princeton University, 2003–2004.
- Graduate Liaison Committee, Comparative Literature Department, Princeton University, 1997– 2000, 2001–2003.