Professor of the Practice of Slavic and Eurasian Studies
Specialist in Russian literature, Russian and Japanese translation, and language pedagogy; have worked as an interpreter for the U.S. Government. Recently have been enjoying serving as president of the North American Dostoevsky Society. Something is always happening on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/North.American.Dostoevsky.Society. In times of trouble, take a break and read Chekhov.
- Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1987
Flath (Apollonio), C. "The Limits to the Flesh: Searching for the Soul in Chekhov’s ’A Boring Story’." Slavic and East European Journal 2 (1997): 271-286.
Flath (Apollonio), C. "Fear of Faith: The Hidden Religious Message of Notes From Underground." Slavic and East European Journal 37.4 (1993): 510-529.
Flath (Apollonio), C. "Seminary Heroes in Mid-Nineteenth Century Russian Literature." Canadian-American Slavic Studies (1989).
Apollonio, C. "Prophecy in 'The Peasant Marei' (In preparation)." The Dostoevsky Studies 18.
Apollonio, C. "Notes from the Dead House: An Exercise in Spatial Reading or Three Crowd Scenes (In preparation)." Российский гуманитарный журнал 3.5.
“Veiled Sacrament in The Idiot: The Holbein Christ and Ippolit’s Confession”. “F.M. Dostoevsky in the Context of Cultural Dialogues”. The XIIIth Symposium of the International Dostoevsky Society. July 4, 2007