Garrard, John (Gordon)
GARRARD, John (Gordon)
GARRARD, John (Gordon). American (born England), b. 1934. Genres: Literary criticism and history. Career: Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, lecturer in Russian language and literature, 1958-62; Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, assistant professor, 1964-69, associate professor of Russian literature, 1969-71; University of Virginia, Charlottesville, professor of Russian literature, 1971-84, chair of the department of Slavic languages and literature, 1971-76, director of the Center for Russian and East European Studies, 1972-83; University of Arizona, Tucson, professor of Russian literature, 1984-, director of the Institute for the Study of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, 1985-87, head of the department of Russian and Slavic languages, 1985-88. Indiana University, Bloomington, visiting associate professor, 1970-71. Publications: Mixhail Chulkov: An Introduction to His Prose and Verse, 1970; Mikhail Lermontov, 1982; (with C. Garrard) Inside the Soviet Writers' Union, 1990; (with C. Garrard) The Bones of Berdichev: The Life and Fate of Vasily Grossman, 1996. EDITOR: (and contrib.) Vladimir Tendryakov; Three Novellas, 1967; The Eighteenth Century in Russia, 1973; The Russian Novel from Pushkin to Pasternak, 1983; (with C. Garrard) World War II and the Soviet People, 1993. Contributor to books. Contributor to professional journals. Address: Dept of Russian & Slavic Languages, University of Arizona, PO Box 210105, Learning Services Bldg 305, Tucson, AZ 85721-0105, U.S.A.