Dariya Prykhodko

Lecturer of Russian | Russian Undergraduate Advisor
location_on Buchanan Tower 902

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Dariya (Dasha) Prykhodko has been with CENES since 2005, and teaches Russian language, culture and literature courses.

Dasha has Masters degrees in Russian Language and Literature (LSU, Ukraine) and Liberal Studies (SFU, Canada).  Her current PhD project’s interests include the symbolic role of a strong historical personality in Russian literature and culture; the official representations versus marginalized narratives as they can be traced via fictional literature, official historiography, family memoirs and documented personal stories.

Dasha is also the Russian Undergraduate Advisor in the CENES Department.


Dariya Prykhodko

Lecturer of Russian | Russian Undergraduate Advisor
location_on Buchanan Tower 902

Dariya (Dasha) Prykhodko has been with CENES since 2005, and teaches Russian language, culture and literature courses.

Dasha has Masters degrees in Russian Language and Literature (LSU, Ukraine) and Liberal Studies (SFU, Canada).  Her current PhD project’s interests include the symbolic role of a strong historical personality in Russian literature and culture; the official representations versus marginalized narratives as they can be traced via fictional literature, official historiography, family memoirs and documented personal stories.

Dasha is also the Russian Undergraduate Advisor in the CENES Department.

Dariya Prykhodko

Lecturer of Russian | Russian Undergraduate Advisor
location_on Buchanan Tower 902

Dariya (Dasha) Prykhodko has been with CENES since 2005, and teaches Russian language, culture and literature courses.

Dasha has Masters degrees in Russian Language and Literature (LSU, Ukraine) and Liberal Studies (SFU, Canada).  Her current PhD project’s interests include the symbolic role of a strong historical personality in Russian literature and culture; the official representations versus marginalized narratives as they can be traced via fictional literature, official historiography, family memoirs and documented personal stories.

Dasha is also the Russian Undergraduate Advisor in the CENES Department.