Katherine Bowers

Associate Professor
phone (604) 822-6431

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My research focuses, broadly speaking, on the migration and circulation of literary genres, forms, and texts across European space and the way they shape cultural production in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Russia. I am also interested in the movement of ideas and in the ways information travels between Europe and Russia and within the Russian Empire. A recent publication is the co-edited volume Information and Empire: Mechanisms of Communication in Russia, 1600-1850 (Open Book Publishers, 2017).


Katherine Bowers

Associate Professor
phone (604) 822-6431

My research focuses, broadly speaking, on the migration and circulation of literary genres, forms, and texts across European space and the way they shape cultural production in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Russia. I am also interested in the movement of ideas and in the ways information travels between Europe and Russia and within the Russian Empire. A recent publication is the co-edited volume Information and Empire: Mechanisms of Communication in Russia, 1600-1850 (Open Book Publishers, 2017).

Katherine Bowers

Associate Professor

My research focuses, broadly speaking, on the migration and circulation of literary genres, forms, and texts across European space and the way they shape cultural production in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Russia. I am also interested in the movement of ideas and in the ways information travels between Europe and Russia and within the Russian Empire. A recent publication is the co-edited volume Information and Empire: Mechanisms of Communication in Russia, 1600-1850 (Open Book Publishers, 2017).