Vernon, David. Ada to Zembla: The Novels of Vladimir Nabokov. 2022
Eklund, Erik. Do Not Be Angry at the Moon: Pale Fire and the Old English Boethius. 2022
Eklund, Erik. The Mirror and the Icon: An Alternative Reading of Nabokov’s Pale Fire. Partial Answers. 2024.
Eklund, Erik. In the Mirror of an Esoteric Saint: Towards a Poetic Trinitarian Ontology of Non-Identical Repetition after Vladimir Nabokov’s Pale Fire. New Trinitarian Ontologies. Forthcoming
Eklund, Erik. Why Poetry Is Meaningful to Us: Vladimir Nabokov and the Theology of Poetry. 2021.
Eklund, Erik. The Passion of Meaning: Banville’s Gods and Nabokov’s "Signs and Symbols." 2021.
Erik Eklund (1991–) is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Nottingham and Graduate Fellow with the Northwestern University Research Initiative for the Study of Russian Philosophy and Religious Thought (NU RPRT Research Initiative). His doctoral thesis, A Triptych of Bottomless Light: Repetition, Originality and Transcendence in Vladimir Nabokov's Pale Fire, charts the theological contours of the dialectic of repetition and identity in Nabokov's masterpiece.