Kind of Human: Animals, Children, and Robots in Russian and East European Literature and Art
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The representation of non-human and children’s lives in Russian and East European literatures. Articulation of the human through comparison with lives considered less than human. Philosophy and ethics of non-human subjectivity. Survey of a wide range of sources, including literature, visual art, music, film, philosophical treatises. All readings in English.

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