Profile

Inna Kapilevich is a PhD Candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures at Columbia University. She has research interests in narration, minor characters, and the intersection of literature and economics. Her dissertation is focused on issues of space, servitude, and information economies, through the lens of domestic servants, in 19th century Russian literature. She received her AB in Business Economics from Brown University in 2007.

Publications

Inna Kapilevich, "Lolita and Its Three Utilitarians: Humbert Humbert, Chernyshevsky, and Nabokov" in Critical Insights: Nabokov’s “Lolita,” Salem Press (March 2016).