Marijeta Bozovic is Assistant Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, affiliated with Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Yale University. A specialist in 20th- and 21st-century Russian and East European cultures with broad comparative interests, she is the author of Nabokov’s Canon: From Onegin to Ada (Northwestern University Press, 2016), and the co-editor (with Matthew Miller) of Watersheds: Poetics and Politics of the Danube River (Academic Studies Press, 2016) and (with Brian Boyd) of Nabokov Upside Down (Northwestern University Press, forthcoming in 2017). She is currently working on her second monograph, Avant-Garde Post– : Radical Poetics After the Soviet Union. All of Bozovic’s projects—including work on Vladimir Nabokov’s English-language texts, contemporary Russian protest poetry, Digital Humanities approaches to émigré archives, Danube and Black Sea studies—share a commitment to the study of transnational cultural flow, politics and aesthetics, cultural capital and its geographical distributions. Bozovic is the co-editor of the academic journal Russian Literature; the co-curator of the “Poetry after Language colloquy for Stanford University’s ARCADE digital salon; and a contemporary film and literature reviewer for The Los Angeles Review of Books.