Associate Professor, Slavic Languages and Literatures
Chair, Fundamentals: Issues and Texts
Malynne Sternstein's interests include Czech, Russian and Central European studies; the European avant-garde; semiotic theory; performance theory; gender and sexuality; aesthetic theory (kitsch); and narratology. She is the author of Against Arbitrariness: The Czech Avant-garde and the Subversion of the Symbolic Sign and Toyen: Gender, Obscurity and the Fires of Surrealism. She has been nominated for awards for excellence in both undergraduate and graduate teaching.