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Program Coordinator, Language Ctr
Current Role at StanfordProgram Coordinator
Senior Lecturer in the Language Center
BioRima Greenhill has taught all levels of Russian at Stanford, and prior to that at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, England.
Rima's research interests are Shakespeare and the Age of Discovery. Her book 'Shakespeare, Elizabeth and Ivan: The Role of English-Russian Relations in Love's Labours Lost' came out in April 2023.
Ph.D. Russian Language and Literature. School of Slavonic and East European
Studies, University College London, England. Dissertation: “Lexical and Stylistic
Devices in the Novels of I. Il’f and E. Petrov’s 'Twelve Chairs' and 'The Golden Calf'.
M.A. History of the Russian Language and the 19th c. Russian Novel.
School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, England.
M.A. Foreign Language Teaching Methodology. Garnet College of Education, London University, England.
B.A. (double major) Russian Language and Linguistics. University of Essex, England.