LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

Chevtaev Arkadij A. — Cand. Sc. (Philology), an assistant professor at the Department of Russian Philology and Literature, State Polar Academy (Saint Petersburg). Research area: narratology, theory of lyrical poetry, narrative structures in a lyrical text, creative work of J. Brodsky, A. Akhmatova, N. Gumilev, narrative models in the Russian poetry of the 20th century. E-mail: achevtaev@yandex.ru

 

Comuzzi Ludmila V. — Doctor of Philology, Professor at the Department of the English Language, Balashov Institute of Saratov State University named after N. G. Chernyshevsky. Research area: the theory of narrative, in particular, the linguistics of narrative, cognitive narratology, narrativity of poetry, journalistic narratives. Besides, she deals with the stylistics of decoding, functional stylistics and linguistic cultural studies. E-mail: ltataru@yandex.ru

 

Dzhundubaeva Alla A. – candidate for the degree of Doctor of Philology, Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University, Almaty, Kazakhstan. Research area: narrative models in neo-mythological prose. E-mail: alla_1376@mail.ru

 

Gölz Christine – Dr., a Slavist, a specialist of the Centre for the History and Culture of East Central Europe (Geisteswissenschaftliches Zentrum Geschichte und Kultur Ostmitteleuropas – GWZO) at Leipzig University; a subject coordinator for literary studies; heads the project “Cultural Icons”. Research area: poetics of the classic modern; contemporary Russian and Czech literature and cinema; narratology; semiotics of the Soviet childhood; cultural heroes of East Central Europe. E-mail: christine.goelz@uni-leipzig.de

 

Grimova Olga A. — Cand. of Sc. (Philology), a lecturer at the Department for History of Russian Literature, Theory of Literature and Criticism of the Faculty of Philology, Kuban State University (Krasnodar). Research area: theory of literature, history of literature of the end of the 20th and beginning of the 21st centuries (the contemporary novel). E-mail: astra_vesperia@mail.ru

 

Kirilenko Natalia N. – a postgraduate student at the Department of Theoretical and Historical Poetics, Institute of Philology and History, the Russian State University for the Humanities. Research area: historical poetics (particularly plot poetics); classic detective story poetics; dramatic theory; the Russian, British and American prose of the 19th and 20th centuries. E-mail: nkirilenko466@gmail.com

 

Kozmina Elena Yu. – Cand. of Sc. (Philology), an assistant professor at the Department of the Russian Language, Institute of Humanities and Arts, Ural Federal University. Research area: genre studies, adventure literature, dystopian novel, the 20th century fantastic literature, teaching literature. E-mail: klen063@gmail.com

 

Molnár Angelika — PhD, an assistant professor at the Department for the Russian language and literature, the Savaria Campus, University of West Hungary, Szombathely, Hungary. Research area: Russian literature of the 19th century, I.A. Goncharov’s creative work. E-mail: manja@t-online.hu

 

Schmid Wolf – Dr. Dr. h.c., Professor of Slavic Literatures (in particular, the Russian and Czech literature) at the University of Hamburg (emeritus since 2009). He was the founder of the Narratology Research Group, director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Narratology at the University of Hamburg, and chairman of the European Narratology Network. He has published books: Der Textaufbau in den Erzählungen Dostoevskijs (München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag 1973; the second edition: Amsterdam: Verlag B.R. Grüner 1986); Der ästhetische Inhalt. Zur semantischen Funktion poetischer Verfahren (Lisse: The Peter de Ridder Press 1977); Ornamentales Erzählen in der russischen Moderne. Čechov – Babel' – Zamjatin (Frankfurt am Main u. a. : Verlag Peter Lang, 1992); Puškins Prosa in poetischer Lektüre. Die Erzählungen Belkins (München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1991); Russian edition: Proza Puškina v poetičeskom pročtenii. Povesti Belkina. Perevod A. I. Žerebina (Sankt-Peterburg: Izdatel'stvo Sankt-Peterburgskogo universiteta, 1996); Proza kak poezija [Prose as Poetry]. Puškin – Dostoevskij – Čechov – avangard. The second edition, improved and expanded (Sankt-Peterburg: Izdatel'stvo “Inapress”, 1998); Narratologija [Narratology] (Moskva: Izdatel'stvo “Jazyki slavjanskoj literatury”, 2003; the second edition, expanded, 2008). Co-editor of the Handbook of Narratology (Berlin; New York; 2009). E-mail:  wschmid@uni-hamburg.de

 

Zuseva-Özkan Veronika B. – Doctor of Philological Sciences, the author of the books (in Russian): The Poetics of Metanovel (The Gift by V. Nabokov and Les Faux-Monnayeurs by A. Gide in the Context of Literary Tradition) (2012), Historical Poetics of Metanovel (2014). Research interests: historical poetics, forms and types of the literary autometareflection, the genre of metanovel, modernist and postmodernist fiction. E-mail: zuseva_v@mail.ru, v.zuseva.ozkan@gmail.com