Helen Stuhr-Rommereim

Graduate Student in Comparative Literature

Helen Stuhr-Rommereim is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Comparative Literature & Literary Theory Program at the University of Pennsylvania. 

MA, Goldsmith's, University of London, 2013; BA, Oberlin College, 2009.


Office Location

Williams Hall 436



Research Interests

Helen's dissertation focuses on Nikolai Chernyshevsky and the literary raznochintsy in the context of realist prose under Alexander II.

Other interests include the history of Russian literary theory, the representation of peasants in literature, materialist philosophy and literature, feminist and sexuality theory, Formalism, and the Literature of Fact.