Alexander Droznin

Alexander Droznin

Pedagogy Fellow in Slavic Languages and Literatures
Alexander Droznin
Alexander is a 6th-year Ph.D. candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures. His dissertation project deals with performance, translation, and cultural hybridization in Russian-language Jewish theater in the late Russian Empire. Alexander is originally from Brookline, MA, and earned his bachelor’s degree in Russian and molecular biology from the University of Pennsylvania. At Harvard, he has taught beginner and intermediate Russian (including on summer study abroad in Tbilisi, Georgia) as well as classes on Dostoevsky and Russia's literary golden age; and he also works in Widener's Judaica Division. In his spare time he enjoys tennis, cycling, classical music, and journaling.