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.
Drach Inna G. – Cand. of Sc. (Philology). Research area: narratology, montage in literature, academic translations.
Fedunina Olga V. — Cand. Sc. (Philology), associate professor at the Department of Theoretical and Historical Poetics, Institute for History and Philology, Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH). Research interests: literary dream as an art form, genres of crime literature, theory of genres; narratology.
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.
Grimova Olga A. — Cand. of Sc. (Philology); the lecturer at the Department for History of Russian Literature, Theory of Literature and Criticism of the Faculty of Philology, Kuban State University (Krasnodar). Research interests: theory of literature, history of literature of the end of the 20th and beginning of the 21st centuries (the contemporary novel).
Krivonos Vladislav Sh. – Doctor of Philology, a professor at the Department of Russian and Foreign Literatures and Literature Teaching Methods of the Volga State Academy for the Humanities and Social Sciences; professor of the Samara State Regional Academy (Nayanova).
Research area: Gogol’s art work, the problem of the poetics in Russian literature of the 19th century, narratology, reader's perception of the history of philology, geo- texts and mythology of Russian provincial town.
Milovidov Victor A. — Doctor of Philology, Professor at the Department of the Theory of Language and Translation, Tver State University. Research area: semiotics, poetics of the text, the problems of literary translation.
Molnár Angelika – Dr. habil., 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.
Nazarov Konstantin V. — MA, MDiv in practical theology PhD in Biblical Studies, University of Chester, UK (in progress), Director of the Evangelical Christian Center of Apostle Paul. Research interests: poetics of Old Testament narratives, theology, Hebrew.
Palmer Alan — is an independent scholar living in London. His book Fictional Minds (U. of Nebraska P., 2004) was a co-winner of the MLA Prize for Independent Scholars and also a co-winner of the Perkins Prize (awarded by the Society for the Study of Narrative Literature). His articles have been published in the journals Narrative, Semiotica and Style, and he has contributed chapters to a number of edited volumes including Narrative Theory and the Cognitive Sciences (CSLI, 2003, ed. David Herman) and Contemporary Stylistics (Continuum, 2007, ed. Marina Lambrou and Peter Stockwell). His chief areas of interest are narratology, cognitive poetics and cognitive approaches to literature, the cognitive sciences and the study of consciousness, the nineteenth century novel and the history of country and western music. He is an honorary research fellow at the Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University.
Poselyagin Nikolay V. — Cand. Sc. (Philology); an editor of the Section “Theory” of the Journal “Novoye Literaturnoye Obozreniye”. The main sphere of research interests: the history of Russian literature, narratology.
Schönert Jörg — professor of New German Literature, Hamburg University, a member of the Interdisciplinary Centre of Narratology (ICN). He has published on the theory and practice of the social history of literature 1700—2000 (with an emphasis on structural and functional text-theoretical models); on the history of the humanities and on problems of literary theory and methodology. He is co-author of Lyrik und Narratologie (2007), Point of View, Perspective, and Focalization (2009) and co-editor of the Handbook of Narratology (2009).
Sokruta Ekaterina Yu. — Cand. Sc. (Philology), a senior lecturer at the Department of Literary Theory and Artistic Culture, Donetsk National University. Research area: theoretical poetics, autopoetics, narratology, dialogic philosophy, comparative studies, contemporary European novel.
Tiupa Valerij I. — Doctor of Philology, professor, head of the Department for Theoretical and Historical Poetics, Institute for Philology and History, Russian State University for the Humanities. The author of numerous books and articles on theoretical poetics, historical poetics, historical aesthetics, rhetoric, narratology.