Fantastic Beasts and Muggles: Antihumanism in Rowling’s Wizarding World
In keeping with JK Rowling’s promise to write five more books and produce five films, the second installment of the Fantastic …
Dina Khapaeva is professor of Russian at the School of Modern Languages, Georgia Institute of Technology. She received a PhD in Classical Studies from St. Petersburg State University, St. Petersburg, Russia. She studies Russian literature and culture, including the grand literary tradition and Soviet and post-Soviet fiction and film. Her research and teaching interests lie on the intersection of cultural studies, memory studies, medievalism, history of emotions, and death studies. Her most recent book, The Celebration of Death in Contemporary Culture(University of Michigan Press, 2017), compares the ways of engaging with death and representations of violent death in Russian and American popular culture.