David S. Danaher
I've made contributions in pedagogy, literature, and linguistics with reference to both Russian and Czech. Use the link below for downloadable samples.
My most recent book, Reading Václav Havel (University of Toronto Press, 2015), examines the contemporary relevance of the Czech absurdist playwright, dissident, and "non-political" politician Václav Havel, who was considered one of the most influential intellectuals of our time.
Future projects include a second book on Havel devoted to his post-1989 intellectual contributions, a collaborative dictionary of keywords in Havel's thought, and a book for a non-academic audience on the lessons to be drawn from the 1989 revolutions in East Central Europe.