Gene Fitzgerald has been a professor of Russian Language and Literature at the University of Utah since 1969. He has also taught courses in the Honors, Liberal Education, and Comparative Literature programs. He has principally concentrated on the fiction of
Dostoevsky, Gogol, Tolstoy, Chekhov, and the poetry of Aleksander Pushkin. His teaching awards over the years include the U's Distinguished Teaching award, the Hatch prize for Excellence in Teaching, and the Presidential Teaching Scholar award.

GENE FITZGERALD is currently teaching:

Class Title Semester Date(s) Program
Anton Chekhov's Play and Selected Short Stories:The Seagull, The Three Sisters,& the Chekhovian Mood Spring 1/15/19 - 2/19/19 Osher Lifelong Learning

GENE FITZGERALD has previously taught:

  • Dostoevsky and Russian Terrorism
  • Tolstoy: Life, Philosophy, and Anna Karenina
  • Culture and the Humanities
  • Dostoevsky and the Russian Mind
  • Studies in Culture: Human Values and the Humanities