Professor Henrietta Mondry
School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics
Henrietta's research interests include
- topics of body politics,
- stereotypes of race and gender, and
- representation on animals in Russian culture.
She is the author of seven monographs, four edited books, and about a hundred scholarly articles and papers published in leading journals in the field of Russian and East European Studies and Jewish Studies.
She is editor of Slavic Almanac and New Zealand Slavonic Journal.
Her most recent books are Russian Populist Writers and the Jews (Akademicheskii proekt: St. Petersburg , 2005), and Pure, Strong and Sexless: Russian Peasant Woman's Body and Gleb Uspensky (Rodopi, 2006).