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Adam Laten Willson

Adam Laten Willson holds a BA in Liberal Arts from St. John’s College, Santa Fe, NM (2007), and an MLitt in Comparative Literature from University of Glasgow (2019, Award of Distinction). The majority of his Master’s studies were devoted to Russian and European modernism, culminating in an investigation of disappearance as ludic device in the writings of Daniil Kharms and Georges Perec. His current interests are influenced by his broad Humanities background, and include but are not limited to Russian and European Symbolism, Russian Futurism and the global avant-garde, ludic theory, trauma poetics, performance and ritual studies, and center/periphery studies, with specific emphasis on Central Asian subjectivity. In addition to his academic credentials, Adam has extensive experience as a creative writer, journalist, actor, and theatre producer.
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