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ILYA V. KUKULIN
Semionovskaia Embankment, 2/1, build. 2, apt. 166,

Moscow 105094, Russian Federation.

Tel: +7-(903)-111-68-78 (cell), +7-(495)-360-51-10 (home).

E-mail: ikukulin@yandex.ru



ACADEMIC POSITIONS:
2013 -- Senior Researcher at the International Center for the History and Sociology of World War II and Its Consequences, National Research University – Higher School of Economics (Moscow).
2012 -- Senior Researcher at the School of Advanced Studies in the Humanities, Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (Moscow).
2012 – 2013 Associate professor, Moscow City Pedagogical University (Moscow).
2011 Invited researcher, the University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway.
2010 Invited lecturer (Gastdozent), the University of Passau, Passau, Germany.
2009 - Associate Professor, Department of Cultural Studies, National Research University – Higher School of Economics (Moscow).
2009—2012 Associate professor, Moscow Pedagogical Institute of the Humanities (Moscow).
2003—2009 Editor at Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie (New Literary Observer) journal, one of leading journals in literary scholarship and social sciences in Russia. Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie Publishing House, “Practice” (contemporary culture) section, Moscow.

EDUCATION:
1997 Ph.D. (kandidatskaia) dissertation: “The development of the 'author-text' relationships in the works by Daniil Kharms” (“Evoliutsiia vzaimodeistviia avtora i texta v tvorchestve D.I. Kharmsa”). Defended at the Russian State University for the Humanities, Faculty of History and Philology, Department of Literary Theory, Moscow.
1992—1994 Ph.D. program (aspirantura) at the Russian State University for the Humanities, Faculty of History and Philology, Department of Literary Theory, Moscow.
1991--1992 Ph.D. program (aspirantura) at the Russian Academy of Education (Center for the Pedagogical Innovations, Moscow).
1986--1991 Diploma (BA) in General Psychology (with excellence), Department of Psychology, Moscow State University (majoring in psycholinguistics).
LANGUAGES:
Russian – native, English – fluent; Ukrainian and German – reading ability.

FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS:
2010 Kone Foundation Fellow, Collegium for the Advanced Studies, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland.
(Kone Foundation is an independent and unaffiliated organization the aim of which is to promote academic research, arts and culture. It is located at Helsinki, Finland.)
2002 Winner of award of the Russian Academy of Modern Russian Literature given to best young critics (for the numerous book reviews in Nezavisimaia Gazeta newspaper).


LIST OF MAIN PUBLICATIONS

IN ENGLISH



Peer-reviewed articles and chapters:
2015 ‘The golden age of Soviet Antiquity’: sovietisms in the discourse of left-wing political movements in post-Soviet Russia, 1991—2013. In: The Vernaculars of Communism. Language, Ideology and Power in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe. Ed. by Lara Ryazanova-Clarke, Petre Petrov. NY; London: Routledge, 2015.
2014 The World War against the Spirit of Immanuel Kant: Russian Philosophical Germanophobia of 1914—1915 and a Birth of Cultural Racism. Studies in East European Thought. 2014. Vol. 66, 101—121.
2013 Memory and Self-Legitimization in the Russian Blogosphere: Argumentative Practices in Historical and Political Discussions in Russian-Language Blogs of the 2000s. In: Memory, Conflict and New Media: Web wars in post-socialist states, eds. J. Fedor, E. Rutten, V. Zvereva. New York: Routledge, 2013.
2013 From History as Language to the Language of History: Notes on The Target, in: Vladimir Sorokin’s Languages. Ed. by Tine Roesen and Dirk Uffelmann. Slavica Bergensia 11, Bergen: University of Bergen, 2013, 314—343.
2011 A prolonged revanche: Solzhenitsyn and Eisenstein. In: Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema, 2011. Vol. 5 (1), 73—102.
2011 Post-Soviet Literary Criticism (in a co-authorship with Mark Lipovetsky). In: A History of Russian Literary Theory and Criticism. The Soviet Age and Beyond. Ed. by G. Tihanov and E. Dobrenko. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2011, 287—305.
2010 Documentalist Strategies in Contemporary Russian Poetry, in: Russian Review. 2010. Vol. 69 (4), 585—614.
Non-refereed book chapters and articles:
2014 Excerpts from the article “The Legitimation of Ultra-Right Discourse in Contemporary Russian Literature” (2008, see below), in: Late and Post-Soviet Russian Literature. A Reader. Book 1. Perestroika and Post-Soviet Period / Ed. by M. Lipovetsky and L.R. Wakamiya. Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2014. Pp. 337—347.
2011 Time's River. A Journey in Five Postcards: Russian Poetry from the 20th Century. In: Rossica. International Review of Russian Culture, vol. 20, 2011, 37—41.
2011 Alternative Social Blueprinting in Soviet Society of the 1960s and the 1970s, or Why Left-Wing Political Practices Have Not Caught on in Contemporary Russia. Russian Studies in History, vol. 49 (4), 2011, 51—92.
2009 The Heroization of Survival [On the Social Imagination in the Novels by Alexey Ivanov], in Russian Studies in Literature, vol. 45 (2), 2009, 42—74.
2007 The return of the “grand style”? Russian Studies in Literature, vol. 43, no. 4, 7—9.
2008 The strange adventures of feminism in Russia. Russian Studies in Literature, vol. 44 (3), 2008, 6.

2005 The regulation of pain: The Great Patriotic War in Russian literature from the 1940s to the 1970s. Eurozine Internet site: http://www.eurozine.com/articles/2005-05-06-kukulin-en.html.




IN GERMAN
Peer-reviewed publications:
2011 Die Wiedergeburt religiöser Bildersprache in der russischen Lyrik Anfang des 21. Jahrhunderts [The rebirth of religious imagery in the Russian poetry of the early 21 century]. Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie, Bd. 68. H. 2, 2011, 377—420.
Non-refereed book chapters and articles:
2012 Ressource Ressentiment: Internet-Subkultur und Politmarketing [Resource resentment: Internet subcultures and Political Marketing]. Osteuropa, no. 6—8, 2012, 191—208.
2005 Schmerzregulierung. Zur Traumaverarbeitung in der sowjetischen Kriegsliteratur [The Regulation of Pain: Working-Through of War Trauma in the Soviet literary works on the World War Two]. Osteuropa, no. 4—6, 2005, 235—256.

IN RUSSIAN
Monographs
2015 Machines of the Noisy Time: How the Soviet Montage Became an Aesthetic Method of the Unofficial Culture [Mashiny zashumevshego vremeni: kak sovetskii montazh stal metodom neofitsial’noi kultury]. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2015. 536 pp.
Edited Collections:
2015 Ostrova Utopii: Sotsial’noe i Pedagogicheskoe Proektirovanie Poslevoennoi Shkoly (Utopian Islands: Social and Pedagogical Projects in the Postwar School [in Western and Eastern Europe in Comparative Pesrpective]). Ed. by M. Maiofis, P. Safronov and I. Kukulin. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House.
2012 Tam, vnutri. Praktiki vnutrennei kolonizatsii v kul'turnoj istorii Rossii (There Inside: The Internal Colonization Practices in the Cultural History of Russia). Ed. by A. Etkind, D. Uffelmann, I. Kukulin. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2012.
2011 1990-i: opyt izucheniia nedavnei istorii. (1990: An Experiment in the Study of Recent History): In 2 vols. Author of the project – Irina Prokhorova, ed. by Alexander Dmitriev, Maria Mayofis, Ilya Kukulin, Oxana Timofeeva, Abram Reitblat. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2011.
2010 Nekanonicheskii klassik: Dmitrii Aleksandrovich Prigov (1940--2007). (A Noncanonical Classic: Dmitrii Aleksandrovich Prigov (1940--2007)) Ed. by Evgeny Dobrenko, Ilya Kukulin, Mark Lipovetsky, Maria Mayofis. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2010.
2009 Antropologiia revolutsii (Anthropology of Revolution). Ed. by Irina Prokhorova, Alexander Dmitriev, Ilya Kukulin, Maria Mayofis. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2009.
2008 Veselye chelovechki. Kul’turnye geroi sovetskogo detstva (Funny Little Guys: The Cultural Heroes of Soviet Childhood). Ed. by Mark Lipovetsky, Ilya Kukulin, Maria Mayofis. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2008.

Reviews: Natasha Dame: The Slavic and East European Journal, Vol. 54, No. 2 (2010, Summer), 383—384. In Russian: David MacFadyen: Anthropological Forum, Vol. 12 (2010), 465—470.



Special issues edited for Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie (New Literary Observer):
2007 Vol. 83/84: 1990: Opyt osmysleniia nedavnei istorii (1990: An Attempt At Studying The Recent Past) (in collaboration with Irina Prokhorova, Maria Mayofis, Alexander Dmitriev, and Oksana Timofeeva).
2005 Vol. 74: Instituty nashei pamiati: biblioteki i arkhivy sovremennoi Rossii (Institutions of Our Memory: Archives And Libraries In Present-Day Russia) (in collaboration with Irina Prokhorova, Maria Mayofis, and Alexander Dmitriev).
2003 Vol. 62: Sovremennaia poéziia – vyzov gumanitarnoi mysli? (Contemporary Poetry As a Challenge to Contemporary Interpretation) (in collaboration with Irina Prokhorova, Maria Mayofis, and Abram Reitblat).
2003 Vol. 59: Drugie istorii literatury (Alternative Histories of Literature) (in collaboration with Irina Prokhorova, Maria Mayofis, and Abram Reitblat).

Peer-reviewed publications:
2013 Privatizatsiia bunta: “vtoraia zhizn'” rannesovetskogo montazha [Privatisation of a Riot: “Second Life” of the Early Soviet Montage]. Sign Systems Studies. 2013. Vol. 41. No. 2/3, 266—311.
Non-refereed book chapters and articles:
2015 Aggrading the Islands: Late Soviet Educational Policy in Social Contexts (Namyvaia ostrova: pozdnesovetskaia obrazovatel’naia politika v sotsialnykh kontekstakh) (foreword, in a co-authorship with Piotr Safronov and Maria Mayofis). Utopian Islands: Social and Pedagogical Projects in the Postwar School [in Western and Eastern Europe in Comparative Pesrpective] (Ostrova Utopii: Sotsial’noe i Pedagogicheskoe Proektirovanie Poslevoennoi Shkoly) Ed. by M. Maiofis, P. Safronov, and I. Kukulin. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2015. Pp. 5—32.
2015 ‘Training of the Will’ in Soviet Psychology and Children’s Literature of the late 1940s—early 50s [“Vospitanie voli” v sovetskoi psikhologii i detskaia literature kontsa 1940-kh – nachala 50-kh godov]. Utopian Islands: Social and Pedagogical Projects in the Postwar School [in Western and Eastern Europe in Comparative Pesrpective] (Ostrova Utopii: Sotsial’noe i Pedagogicheskoe Proektirovanie Poslevoennoi Shkoly) Ed. by M. Maiofis, P. Safronov, and I. Kukulin. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2015. Pp. 152—88.
2015 Mathematics Schools in USSR: the Genesis of an Institution and a Typology of Utopias (in a co-authorship with Maria Mayofis). Utopian Islands: Social and Pedagogical Projects in the Postwar School [in Western and Eastern Europe in Comparative Pesrpective] (Ostrova Utopii: Sotsial’noe i Pedagogicheskoe Proektirovanie Poslevoennoi Shkoly). Ed. by M. Maiofis, P. Safronov, and I. Kukulin. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2015. Pp. 241—313.
2014 Oberiuty i russkii avangard [The Oberiuts and Russian Avant-Garde]. Entsiklopediia russkogo avangarda. Izobrazitel'noe iskusstvo. Arkhitektura [Encyclopedia of Russian Avant-Garde. Visual Arts. Architecture]. Ed. by V.I. Rakitin, A.D. Sarabianov: In 3 vols. Moscow, RA, 2014. Vol. 3. Book 2. Pp. 39—44.
2014 Teoreticheskie idei D.A. Prigova [Theoretical concepts of Dmitrii A. Prigov] (in co-authorship with M. Lipovetsky). Prigov i kontseptuializm [Prigov and Conceptual Art]. Ed. by Zh. Galieva. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2014, 81—103.
2014 D.A. Prigov i Vsevolod Nekrasov: Dva varianta esteticheskoi utopii [Dmitrii A. Prigov and Vsevolod Nekrasov: Two Versions of an Aesthetic Utopia]. Prigov i kontseptuializm [Prigov and Conceptual Art]. Ed. by Zh. Galieva. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2014, 243—62.
2014 Lirika sovetskoi subiektivnosti [The Poetry of the Soviet Subjectivity]. Russkaia literatura XX veka: 1930-e -- seredina 1950-kh godov: Uchebnik [Russian Literature of 20th Century: the 30s – the middle of the 50s: A Handbook]. Ed. by Naum Leiderman, Mark Lipovetsky, Maria Litovskaia: In 2 vols. Vol. 1. Moscow, 2014. Pp. 94—135.
2014 Daniil Kharms. Aleksandr Vvedenskii. OBERIU [Daniil Kharms. Alexander Vvedenskii. OBERIU]. Russkaia literatura XX veka: 1930-e -- seredina 1950-kh godov: Uchebnik [Russian Literature of 20th Century: the 30s – the middle of the 50s: A Handbook]. Ed. by Naum Leiderman, Mark Lipovetsky, Maria Litovskaia: In 2 vols. Vol. 2. Moscow, 2014. Pp. 256—83.
2014 Sovetskaia poeziia o Vtoroi mirovoi vojne: ritorika skrytoj amal'gamy [Soviet poetry of World War II: The Rhetoric of Concealed Amalgam]. In: SSSR vo Vtoroj mirovoj vojne: Okkupaciia. Holokost. Stalinizm [USSR in World War II. Occupation. Holocaust. Stalinism]. Ed. by Oleg Budnitskii and Ludmila Novikova. Moscow: Politicheskaja enciklopedija (ROSSPEN), 2014. Pp. 328—51.
2014 Lirika sovetskoi sub’ektivnosti: 1930—1941 [Poetry of the Soviet Subjectivity: 1930—1941]. In: Filologicheskij klass [Literature Classroom] (Journal for the school teachers, Yekaterinburg). 2014, no. 1 (35), 7—19.
2014 Uvenchanie i razvenchanie ideologicheskogo mifa v misterial'nom teatre D.A. Prigova [Crowning and Dethronement of the Ideological Myth in Dmitrii A. Prigov’s Miracle Theater]. In: Krizis literaturocentrizma: utrata identichnosti vs. novye vozmozhnosti [Crisis of a Literature-Centrism: a Loss of Identity vs. the New Possibilities] Ed. by Natalia V. Kovtun. Moscow: Flinta-Nauka, 2014. Pp. 27—43.
2013 Dvadtsat' let peniia bez akkompanementa: vzlet i krizis innovatsionnogo zhenskogo pis'ma v postsovetskoi poezii [Twenty Years of Singing Without an Accompaniment: Rise and Crisis of Women’s Innovative Writing in Post-Soviet Poetry]. In: Imidzh, dialog, eksperiment – polia sovremennoi russkoi poezii / Image, Dialog, Experiment -- Felder der russischen Gegenwartsdichtung. Ed. by Henrieke Stahl und Marion Rutz (Neuere Lyrik: interkulturelle und interdisziplinäre Studium, 1). München; Berlin: Verlag Otto Sagner, 2013, 119—154.
2013 K voprosu ob eksponirovanii nashego famil'nogo serebra [An Approach to a Problem of the Presentation of Our Family Silver Antiques] [on: Zhiteniov Alexander. Poetry of Russian Neo-modernism. S.-Petersburg: INAPRESS, 2012]. In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie. Vol. 122 (2013), 287—96.
2013 Tekhnogennaia matka istorii (zametki o proiskhozhdenii kliuchevogo obraza v fil’me Alexandra Zeldovicha i Vladimira Sorokina “Mishen’”) [The Technogenic Uterus of History: Notes on the Genesis of a Key Image of Alexander Zeldovich’s and Vladimir Sorokin’s movie The Target]. In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie. Vol. 119, 2013, 206—226.
2013 Priruchennaia revoliutsionnost': Raznye tipy transformatsii avangardnoi poeticheskoi traditsii v kontse 1920-kh godov [A Domesticated Revolution: Different Ways of Transformation of Poetic Avant-Garde In The Soviet Literature in the late 1920s]. In: Sto let russkogo avangarda [One Hundred Years of the Russian Avant-Garde]. Ed. by Margarita Katunian. Moscow: Moscow Conservatoire Press, 2013, 334—56.
2013 Podryvnoi epos: Ezra Pound i Mikhail Eremin [A Subversive Epic: Ezra Pound and Mikhail Eriomin]. Inostrannaia literature [Foreign Literature], 2013, no. 12, 147—60.
2013 Odomashnivanie tsifr: osmyslenie kvazidokumentnosti telefonnogo nomera v russkoi poezii XX veka [Domestication of the Numbers: Understanding of Quasi-Documentality of the Telephone Numbers in the Russian Poetry of 20th Century]. In: Status dokumenta: Okonchatel'naia bumazhka ili otchuzhdennoe svidetel'stvo? [Cultural Status of a Document: the ‘Final Paper’ or Alienated Evidence?]. Ed. by Irina Kaspe. Moscow: New Literary Observer Publishing House, 2013. Pp. 322—357.
2013 Kak fotografiia stanovitsia teatrom [How the photography does become a theater; foreword]. In: Boteva Maria. Fotografirovanie oseni. Sobranie prozy [Picturing the Autumn: Collection of the Prosaic Works]. New York: Ailuros Publishing, 2013. Pp. 7—16.
2012 Vnutrenniaia kolonizatsiia Rossii: mezhdu praktikoi i voobrazheniem [The Internal Colonization of Russia: Between Practice and Imagination] (in co-authorship with A. Etkind and D. Uffelmann). In: Tam, vnutri. Praktiki vnutrennej kolonizatsii v kul'turnoj istorii Rossii. Ed. by A. Etkind, D. Uffel'manna, I. Kukulin. M.: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2012. Pp. 6—50.
2012 «Vnutrenniaia postkolonizatsiia»: formirovanie postkolonial'nogo soznaniia v russkoj literature 1970—2000-kh godov [“The internal postcolonization”: The Shaping of the Postcolonial Conscience in Russian Literature of the 1970s—2000s]. In: Tam, vnutri. Praktiki vnutrennej kolonizatsii v kul'turnoj istorii Rossii. Ed. by A. Etkind, D. Uffelmann, I. Kukulin. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2012. Pp. 846—909.
2012 Rol' stikhotvornogo perevoda v tvorchestve russkikh poetov 1990-kh – 2000-kh [The function of the cross-cultural translation of the verses in the work of Russian poets of the 1990s—2000s]. In: La poesia russa da Puškin a Brodskij. E ora? / Russkaia poeziia ot Pushkina do Brodskogo. Chto dal'she? Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studi Roma, 29-30 settembre 2011. Ed. by Claudia Scandura. Sapienza Università di Roma. Roma: Edizioni Nuova, 2012. Pp. 157—97. Discussion after the presentation – see I. Kukulin’s remarks: ibid., 260—3, 264—5.
2012 Dva rozhdeniia nepodtsenzurnoi poezii v SSSR [Two Emergences of the Uncensored Poetry in the USSR]. In: Filologicheskie traditsii v sovremennom literaturnom i lingvisticheskom obrazovanii. Vol. 11: In 2 Books. Moscow: MGPI, 2012. Book 1. Pp. 115—124.
2012 Zarifmovannoe soobshchestvo [A Rhymed Community] (participation in the forum on Mikhail Gronas’s article “Why Did Free Verse Catch on in the West, but not in Russia? On the Social Uses of Memorized Poetry”). In: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, vol. 114, 2012, 255—260.
2012 Poeziia pomogaet ekonomike [Poetry Helps Economy]. A foreword to the book: Saburov E. Gumanitarnaia ekonomika [Humanitarian Economics] Foreword by Ilya Kukulin, afterword by Yevgenii Gontmakher. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2012. Pp. 5—23.
2012 Novye Stranstvovaniia po dusham [New Wanderings through the Souls]. A foreword to the book: Kruglov S. Natan: Tsikl stihotvorenii. Khersonskii B. V dukhe i istine: Tsikl stihotvorenii. Foreword by Ilya Kukulin, afterword by Irina Rodnianskaya. New York: Ailuros Publishing, 2012. Pp. 5—18 (http://www.elenasuntsova.com/kruglov-hersonskiy).
2011 «Razocharovanie v istorii» kak sociokul'turnyj diagnoz 1960—1970-kh godov: Andrei Siniavskij i Arkadii Belinkov [„Disappointent in History“ as the Social-Cultural Diagnosis of Soviet 1960s—1970s: Andrei Siniavsky and Arkadii Belinkov]. In: Studi Slavistici (Venezia), Vol. VIII, 2011, 113—136.
2011 [Besedy so «zvezdami» zhurnalistiki i osnovateliami novyh media 1990 g.: R.R. Abdullinym, D.V. Zaharovym, S.A. Buntmanom, G.A. Kligerom, S.L. Korzunom, A.G. Lysenko, A.G. Malkinym, V.V. Poznerom, A.V. Politkovskim, K.A. Proshutinskoj [The series of the interviews of the massmedia stars and the founders of the new massmedia, who were active in 1990] (in a co-authorship with Maria Mayofis)]. In: 1990-i: opyt izucheniia nedavnei istorii [1990: An Attempt At Studying The Recent Past]: In 2 vols. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2011. Vol. 1. Pp. 656—747.
2011 The syllabus for the graduate seminar «Novye metody v izuchenii literatury XX veka» [The New Methods in Studying of the 20th Century Literature]. Moscow: MGPI, 2011. 36 pp. (a brochure).
2011 Postsovetskaia kritika i novy status literatury v Rossii [Post-Soviet Literary Criticism and the New Status of Literature in Russia] (in a co-authorship with Mark Lipovetsky). In: Istoriia russkoi literaturnoi kritiki sovetskoi i postsovetskoi epoch [History of Russian Literary Criticism of Soviet and Post-Soviet Epochs]. Ed. by E. Dobrenko and G. Tihanov. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2011. Pp. 635—722.
2011 Aleksandr Galich i evolutsiia russkoi nepodtsenzurnoi poezii 1960–2000-kh godov (K postanovke problemy) [Alexander Galich and the Development of Russian Uncensored Poetry of 1960s—2000s: Towards a Statement of a Problem]. In: Filologicheskie traditsii v sovremennom literaturnom i lingvisticheskom obrazovanii. Vol. 10. In 2 books. Moscow: MGPI, 2011. Book 2. Pp. 52—61.
2011 Preobrazhenie epitafii: O stikhotvorenii A.T. Tvardovskogo «Ja ubit podo Rzhevom» [Transfiguration of an Epitaph: On Alexander Tvardovsky’s Poem “I was killed near Rzhev”]. In: Literatura. Gazeta dlia uchitelei slovesnosti [Literature. A Newspaper for Schoolteachers of the Russian Language and Literature], No. 8 (April 16—30), 2011, 18—26 (the shortened version; full version is published on the CD-supplement enclosed in the paper issue).
2010 Maiatnik odinochestva: predvaritel'nye zamechaniia o konstruirovanii poniatiia «russkaia nepodtsenzurnaia pojezija» [The Pendulum of Loneliness: The Preliminary Notes on the Construction of the Term “Russian Uncensored Poetry”]. Filologicheskie traditsii v sovremennom literaturnom i lingvisticheskom obrazovanii. Vol. 9: In 2 books. Moscow: MGPI, 2010. Book 1. Pp. 242—252.
2010 «Kakoi shchet?» kak glavnyi vopros russkoi literatury [“What’s the Score?” as the Main Question of the Russian Literature]. In: Znamia, no. 4, 2010, 204—210.
2010 Stikhotvorenie A.T. Tvardovskogo «Ja ubit podo Rzhevom» [Alexander Tvardovsky’s Poem “I was killed near Rzhev”]. In: V prostranstve hudozhestvennogo teksta (Analiz malyh epicheskikh i liricheskih form na urokakh literatury v srednei shkole): Nauchno-metodicheskoe posobie dlia uchitelia [In the Space of the Fiction Text (The Analysis of the Little Epic and Lyric Forms During the Lessons of Literature in the Secondary Schools): Handbook for the Schoolteachers] Moscow: MGPI, 2010. Pp. 88—100.
2010 Novoe roditel'stvo i ego politicheskie aspekty (The New Russian Parenthood and Its Political Aspects) (in co-authorship with M. Mayofis). In: Pro et Contra. 2010. Vol. 14, no. 1—2, 6—19.
2010 «Sozdat' cheloveka, poka ty ne chelovek…» (Zametki o russkoi poézii 2000-kh). [“To Create a Human Being While You’re Not A Human Being”: Notes on the Russian Poetry of 2000s]. In: Novy mir. no. 1, 2010, 155—170.
2010 Iavlenie russkogo moderna sovremennomu literatoru: chetyre romana D.A. Prigova (Appearance of the Russian Modernism Before the Contemporary Writer: Four Novels by Dmitri A. Prigov), Nekanonicheskii klassik: Dmitrii Aleksandrovich Prigov (1940--2007). [Noncanonical Classic: Dmitrii Aleksandrovich Prigov (1940—2007)]. Ed. by E. Dobrenko, I. Kukulin, M. Lipovetsky, M. Mayofis. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2010. Pp. 566—611.
2009 Ne “zvezdy”, no sobesedniki: rol' regional'nykh poéticheskih festivalei v formirovanii soobshchestva «pervykh chitatelei» sovremennoi poézii (Not Pop Stars, But Interlocutors: An Impact of the Regional Poetic Festivals on the Shaping of the Communities of the “First Readers” of Contemporary Poetry). In: Strategii sovremennogo gumanitarnogo obrazovaniia (Strategies of the Contemporary Education in the Humanities). Ed. by Alexander Kutuzov and Elena Romanicheva. Vol. 2. Moscow: MGPI, 2009. Pp. 58—68.
2009 Sgustki odinochestva: u istokov poétiki Mikhaila Fainermana (The Clots of Loneliness: The Sources of Mikhail Fainerman’s Poetics) (Foreword to the archival publication). In: Vozdukh (An Air: The Poetic Journal), vol. 3—4, 2009.
2009 Istoriia pishetsia seichas (History Is Being Written Just Now). In: Znamia, no. 11, 2009, 90—96.
2009 Stroficheskaia dramaturgiia: katarsis otkladyvaietsia (The Strophic Dramaturgy: A Catharsis is Delayed [About the intertextuality of the poem by Vitaly Pukhanov “Once at Dawn in Leningrad…” (2009)]). In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 96, 2009, 269—276.
2009 VRIO vmesto Klio: obrazy istorii v dvuh literaturno-hudozhestvennyh polemikah 2008 goda (An Acting Muse Instead Clio: The Images of History in Two Literary and Artistic Controversies of 2008). In: Pro et Contra, vol. 13, no. 1, 2009, 20—35.
2008 Antifon umolknuvshego radio (An Antiphonon of the Radio, Which is Fallen Silent) (Foreword). In: L'vovskii S. Camera Rostrum: Poems. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2008.
2008 Angel istorii i soprovozhdaiushchie ego litsa: O pokolencheskih i “vnepokolencheskih” formah social'noi konsolidacii v sovremennoi russkoi literature (Angel of History and the Accompanying Persons: On the Generational and “Nongenerational” Types of Social Consolidation in Contemporary Russian Literature). In: Puti Rossii: Kul'tura—obshchestvo—chelovek (The Paths of Russia: Culture—Society—Personality): Papers of the annual international conference. Moscow, 2008, January 25—26. Ed. by Alexander Nikulin. Moscow: Logos, 2008.
2008 Chetvertyi zakon robototekhniki: fil'm “Prikliucheniia Élektronika” i formirovanie “pokoleniia 1990-kh” («The Fourth Law of Robotics: a miniseries “The Adventures of Elektronic Boy” and the formation of the “Generation of the 90s” in Russia»). In: Veselye chelovechki. Kul'turnye geroi sovetskogo detstva (Funny Figures: The Cultural Heroes of Soviet Childhood). Ed. by M. Lipovetsky, I. Kukulin, M. Mayofis. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2008. Pp. 458—506.
2008 Ot Svarovskogo k Zhukovskomu i obratno: O tom, kak metod issledovaniia konstruiruet literaturnyi kanon (From Fedor Swarovsky to Vasily Zhukovsky and Backwards: How The Method of Reading Constructs a Literary Canon). In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 89, 2008, 228—240.
2008 Reaktsiia dissociatsii: legitimatsiia ul'trapravogo diskursa v sovremennoi rossiiskoi literature (Dissociation: The Legitimizing of the Extreme Right Discourse in Contemporary Russian Literature). In: Russkii natsionalizm. Sotsial'nyi i kul'turnyi kontekst (The Russian Nationalism: Social and Cultural Context). Ed. by Marlène Laruelle. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2008. Pp. 257—338. Revised version of the article “Revolution of the Shabby Dragons: Extreme Right Writing as an Imitation of Nonconformism” (see below).
2007 Al'ternativnoe sotsial'noe proektirovanie v sovetskom obshchestve 1960—1970-kh godov, ili Pochemu v sovremennoi Rossii ne prizhilis' levye politicheskie praktiki (Alternative Social Blueprinting in Soviet Society of the 1960s and the 1970s, or Why Left-Wing Political Practices Have Not Caught on in Contemporary Russia). In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 88, 2007, 169—201.
2007 Geroizatsiia vyzhivaniia (The Heroization of Survival [On the Social Imagination in the Novels by Alexey Ivanov]). In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 86, 2007, 302—330.
2007 Zamykanie gorizonta: ozhidanie sotsial'nykh katastrof v literature sovremennoi Rossii (The Locking of Skyline: An Expectation of Social Catastrophes in Contemporary Russian Literature). In: Puti Rossii: preemstvennost' i preryvistost' obshchestvennogo razvitiia (The Paths of Russia: Continuity and Discontinuity of Social Development). Papers of the annual international conference. Moscow, 2007, January 26—27. Ed. by Alexander Nikulin. Moscow, 2007.
2007 Svoboda kak neosoznannyi precedent. Zametki o transformatsii mediinogo polia v 1990 godu (Freedom as a Non-Memorized Precedent: The Notes on the Transformation of the Soviet Media Field in 1990 [With an application of 9 interviews of persons, who had been key media figures of USSR in 1990]) (in collaboration with Maria Mayofis). In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 83, 2007, 599—655.
2007 Revoliutsiia oblezlykh drakonov: ul'trapravaia ideia kak imitatsiia nonkonformizma (Revolution of the Shabby Dragons: Extreme Right Writing as an Imitation of Nonconformism). In: Internet newspaper Polit.ru (Moscow), April 8, 2007 (URL: http://www.polit.ru/culture/2007/04/08/kukproh.html).
2007 Stat' inozemtsem (To Became a Stranger: Foreword) In: Moreino Serguei. *) sm.: (See also). Poems. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2007. Pp. 5—27.
2007 Rabotnik gorodskoi zakulisy (The Worker of a City Backstage: Afterword). In: Rodionov Andrei. Igrushki dlia okrain [The Playthings for the Outskirts]: Poems. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2007. Pp. 132—153.
2006 Prokrustova étika (otvet na stat'iu Diny Khapaevoi) (Procrustean Ethics [An Answer to Dina Khapaeva]). In: Neprikosnovennyi Zapas, vol. 6 (50), 2006, 349—345.
2006 Transgressivnyi neoklassitsizm (O stikhotvorenii A.A. Ahmatovoi “Vot eto ia tebe, vzamen mogil'nykh roz…” [1940]) (Transgressive Neoclassicism: On [Social and Aesthetic Sources of] Anna Akhmatova’s Poem In Memory of Mikhail Bulgakov [1940]) (in collaboration with Maria Mayofis). In: Stikh, iazyk, poéziia (Verse, Language, Poetry): A collection of papers dedicated to the memory of Mikhail Gasparov. Moscow: Russian State University for the Humanities Press, 2006. Pp. 373—399.
2006 Predislovie (Foreword). In: Parshchikov Alexei. Rai medlennogo ognia (Elysium of the Slow Fire): Essays. Letters. Poems). Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2006.
2005 Vysokii diletantism v poiskakh orientira: Kharms i Goethe [A Sublime Dilettantism in Search for the Reference Points: Kharms and Goethe]. In: Russkaia Literatura (The Russian Literature) (S.-Petersburg), no. 4, 2005, 66—83.
2005 Regulirovanie boli (Predvaritel'nye zametki o transformatsii travmaticheskogo opyta Velikoi Otechestvennoi/Vtoroi mirovoi voiny v russkoi literature 1940—1970-kh godov) (The Regulation of Pain: The Great Patriotic War in Russian literature from the 1940s to the 1970s). In: Pamiat' o voine 60 let spustia. Rossiia, Germaniia, Evropa (Memory of the World War II 60 Years Later: Russia, Germany, Europe). Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2005. Pp. 617—659.
2005 Igra v satiru, ili Neveroiatnye prikliucheniia bezrabotnykh meksikantsev na Lune (Playing at Satire, or the Incredible Adventures of Unemployed Mexicans on the Moon [About the children’s writer Nikolay Nosov’s (1908—1976) trilogy of novels about little people called ‘shorties’]). In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 76, 2005, 238—247.
Extended version of this text (under the same title) is published in: Veselye chelovechki. Kul'turnye geroi sovetskogo detstva. Ed. by Mark Lipovetsky, Ilya Kukulin, Maria Mayofis. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2008. Pp. 224—240.
2005 Zanimatel'nyi M.L. Gasparov – akademik-eretik (neiubileinoe prinoshenie redaktsii “NLO”) (The Entertaining Mikhail Gasparov: an Heretical Academician [A Non-Anniversary Present of the “New Literary Observer” Editors]) (in collaboration with Maria Mayofis and Alexander Dmitriev). In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 73, 2005, 170—178.
2005 Istoriia pogranichnogo iazyka: Vladimir Narbut, Leonid Chertkov i kontrkul'turnaia funktsiia (The History of a Frontier Language: Vladimir Narbut, Leonid Chertkov and a Counter-Cultural Function). In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 72, 2005, 207—223.
2005 “Ostanemsia zhivymi golosami...”: o poezii Ekateriny Boiarskih (“Let Us Remain the Living Voices…”: On the Poems by Ekaterina Boyarskikh: Foreword). In: Boiarskih Ekaterina. Dagaz (Dagaz Rune): Poems. Moscow: OGI, 2005. Pp. 5—11.
2004 Rozhdenie landshafta: konturnaia karta molodoi poiezii 1990-h godov (A Birth of a Landscape: A Contoured Map of the Young Poetry of 1990s): Foreword. In: Deviat' izmerenii: antologiia noveishei russkoi poézii (Nine Dimensions: Anthology of the Newest Russian Poetry). Ed. by Dmitry Kuz’min. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2004. Pp. 7—26.
2004 Molodaia rossiiskaia proza: evrei kak metafora (Young Russian Prose: A Jew as a Metaphor): Foreword of section editor. In: Dialog. Literaturnyi al'manah (Dialogue: Russian-Israeli Literary Almanac). Vol. 5/6: Book 1. Moscow, 2004.
2003 “Selva Selvaggia” kak predmet azhiotazhnogo sprosa, ili Pochemu pristavka «post-» poteriala svoio znachenie (“The Obscure Forest” as an Item in Popular Demand, or Why the Prefix ‘Post’ Has Lost Its Meaning [About the evolution of the postmodernist trends in Russian unofficial poetry of 1970—1990s]). In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 59, 2003, 359—391.
2002 Every trend makes a brand [On Vladimir Sorokin’s novel Ice and a political scandal following its publication]. In: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 56, 2002. P. 253—268.
2002 Ezotericheskaia amnistiia pesni (An Esoteric Amnesty of a Song [About the most influential trends in contemporary Russian poetry]). Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 55, 2002, 282—294.
2002 [Participation in the discussion:] Novy gumanitarii v poiskakh identichnosti. Teatralizovannoe nauchnoe deistvo v neskol'kikh kartinakh, s intermediiami, prologom i epilogom [A New Humanist in Search of Identity: Dramatized Academic Performance in Few Scenes with Interludes, Prologue, and Epilogue]. Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 55, 2002, 180—83, 198—199, 216—217.
2002 Fotografiia vnutrennostei kofeinoi chashki (A Picture of Viscera of a Coffee Cup [About the most influential trends in contemporary Russian poetry]). Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 54, 2002, 262—282.
2002 Aktual'nyi russkii poét kak voskresshie Alionushka i Ivanushka (Today’s Russian Poet as the Resurrected Alyonushka and Ivanushka [About the most influential trends in contemporary Russian poetry]). Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 53, 2002, 273—297.
2002 Avtobiografizm kak kontekst i osnova dlia eksperimentov v russkoi proze 1990-kh (The autobiographical narration as a context and a basis for the aesthetic experiments in Russian prose of 1990s and the early 2000s). In: Cinque letterature oggi. Russa, polacca, serba, ceca, unghrese. Atti del Convegno Interantionale. Udine, novembre-dicembre 2001 / A cura di A. Cosentino. Udine: Forum, 2002. Pp. 17—26.
The revised version of this paper: “Pro moe proshloe i nastoiashchee” (“About my Past and Present” [A quotation from a popular song]). Znamia, no. 10, 2002, 208—216.
2002 Prorastanie otdel'nykh slov v zadymlennykh ruinakh (A Sprouting of the Separate Words on the Smoke-Filled Ruins [About the new translations of the unofficial, émigrés’ and refugees’ literature, which has been written on the languages of “soviet republics” in 1950s—1990s]). In: Druzhba narodov (The Friendship of the Peoples), vol. 3, 2002, 180—191.
2001 Ot perestroechnogo karnavala k novoi aktsionnosti (From the Carnival of the Perestroika to the New Actionism [About the most influential trends in contemporary Russian poetry]). Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, vol. 51, 2001, 248—262.
2001 Proryv k nevozmozhnoi sviazi (Breakthrough to an Impossible Connection: Generation of the 1990s in Russian Poetry and the Emerging of New Canons). In: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, vol. 50, 2001, 435—458.
1999 Bliznets na senokose (Podteksty i siuzhet tsikla B.L. Pasternaka «Veter») (A Twin at the Haymaking: On the Subtexts and a Plot of Boris Pasternak’s Poetic Cycle “A Wind”) // Borisogleb'e Mariny Cvetaevoj: Shestaia cvetaevskaia mezhdunarodnaia nauchno-tematicheskaia konferenciia (9—11 oktiabria 1998 goda) [A District of Borisoglebskaia Street in Marina Tsvetaeva’s Life: The 6th International Annual Conference on Marina Tsvetaeva’s poetry. 1998, October 9—11]. Moscow: Marina Tsvetaeva Museum Press, 1999. Pp. 272—293.
1998 “Russkii bog” na rendez-vous (“Russian god” on a rendez-vous [About Marina Tsvetaeva’s Poem “Scourge of gendarmes, god of students…”]). In: Voprosy literatury (The Problems of Literature), vol. 5, 1998, 122—136.
1997 Rozhdenie postmodernistskogo geroia po doroge iz Sankt-Peterburga v Leningrad i dal’she (The Birth of the Postmodernist Hero on the Way from St. Petersburg to Leningrad and Further: The Problems of Plot and Genre in Daniil Kharms’ Novel “An Old Lady”). Voprosy literatury (The Problems of Literature), vol. 4, 1997, 62—90.
1995 “Dvenadtsat’” A.A. Bloka, zhertvennyi kozel i siuzhetoslozhenie u D.I. Kharmsa (Alexander Blok’s Long Poem “The Twelve”, A Sacrificial Goat and Daniil Kharms’s Plot Constructing), Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, vol. 14, 1995, 147—153.

Reviews and obituaries:
2013 Review of: Aktürk Ş. Regimes of Ethnicity and Nationhood in Germany, Russia and Turkey. Cambridge University Press, 2012. Pro et Contra, vol. 17, no. 5, 2013, 121—128.
2012 Skomorokh-zapadnik [The Wandering Clown-Westernizer] (Review of the book: Ichin C. Lev Lunts, Brat-Skomorokh (O dramaturgii L'va Luntsa) [Lev Lunts, Brother the Wandering Clown: On the Dramatic Plays by Lev Lunts]. Belgrade: University of Belgrade Philological Department Press, 2011). Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, vol. 114, 2012, 346—351.
2012 Rasshirenie mira [The Expanding of the World: An obituary for the writer and literary translator Asar Eppel]. In: La poesia russa da Puškin a Brodskij. E ora? / Russkaja pojezija ot Pushkina do Brodskogo. Chto dal'she? Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studi Roma, 29-30 settembre 2011. Ed. by Claudia Scandura. Sapienza Università di Roma. Roma: Edizioni Nuova, 2012. Pp. 377—383.
2011 Impressionisticheskii monument [The Impressionistic Monument] (A review of the book: Russkie stikhi 1950—2000 godov: Antologiia (pervoe priblizhenie) [Russian poems of 1950—2000: An anthology (The First Approximation)]: In 2 vols. / Sost. I. Ahmet'ev, G. Lukomnikov, V. Orlov, A. Uritskii). Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, vol. 109, 2011, 287—295.
2010 Neopoznannyj kontrkul'turshchik [Unidentified provider of counter-culture] (A review of the book: Leonid Aronzon: Rückkehr ins Paradies [Leonid Aronzon: Return to Elysium]. Hrsg. von Johanna R. Döring u. Ilja Kukuj. Wiener Slawistischer Almanach. Wien, 2008. Bd. 62). Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, vol. 104, 2010, 343—350.
2008 Fotograficheskoe pechen'e “madlen” (Photographic biscuit Madelene) [A review of the book: Narskii Igor. Fotokartochka na pamiat': semeinye istorii, fotograficheskie poslaniia i sovetskoe detstvo. Avtobio-istorio-graficheskii roman (Photography as a Keepsake: Family Histories, Photographic Messages and the Soviet Childhood: Autobio-Historio-Graphical Novel). Cheliabinsk, 2008]. Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 92, 2008, 211—224.
2008 ‘S nimi vsegda problemy…’ (‘They Always Causes Troubles…’) [A review of: Wisse Ruth. Sovremennyi evreiskii literaturnyi kanon. Puteshestvie po iazykam i stranam [The Modern Jewish Canon: A Journey Through Languages and Cultures]. Transl. from English by Zoia Kopel'man. Moscow; Jerusalem, 2008]. Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, vol. 89, 2008, 322—328.

My articles are also translated in Chinese, Lithuanian, and Armenian.


COURSES TAUGHT:
Higher School of Economics
2015— Academic Writing for Post-graduates (planned)
2013-- Contemporary Issues in Cultural Studies for MA Students
2012—2014 Literary Theory for undergraduates
2010-- General Analysis of Text for undergraduates
2009-- Contemporary Russian Literature (a survey course for undergraduate students)
2009-- Literary and Art Criticism for undergraduates
2009—2012 Cultural Studies (for undergraduates students of the departments of media communications and economy)


Moscow City Pedagogical Institute
2012 History of European Reading in the Context of Other Audiovisual Practices for MA Students
2010-2012 Russian literature of 1945—2010 (a survey course for undergraduate students)

Moscow Pedagogical Institute for the Humanities
2009—2011 Russian Literature of 1985—2010 (a survey course for undergraduate students)
2009—2011 Russian Literature of 1870—1900 (a survey course for undergraduate students)
2009—2011 Foreign Literature of 1945—2010 (World Literature of 1945--2010, in English terms a survey course for undergraduate students)

INVITED LECTURES
2014 Censored and Non-Censored Literature in the USSR. The University of Sichuan, Chengdu, China. November 26th.
2013 Pavel Ulitin (1918-1986): An Unknown Russian Avant-Garde Writer in the Context of American Literature. Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, Ill., USA. November 19th.
2012 Methodological issues of an analysis of the newest protest movement in Russia. University of Bergen, Norway (prepared and delivered in collaboration with Maria Mayofis). June 1st.
2011 Contemporary Russian women’s poetry and female rock music. University of Colorado Boulder, USA. November 15th.
2010 The interference of literature and media in post-Soviet Russia. University of Gießen, Germany. July 6th.
2010 The interference of literature and media in post-Soviet Russia. University of Bergen, Norway. March 24th.
2010 The methods of the feminist theory in historical researches. -- “Historical Kaleidoscope: The History of the Social [Educational] Institutes.” Seminar from the series “Education and Childhood” within the scopes of the project organized by Interregional Non-Governmental Organization “Teachers of History Association,” State Public Historical Library of Russia. Moscow, March 10th.
2007 The main trends in the contemporary Russian poetry. Lecture delivered as a part of the Annual international poetic festival «SloWWWо»1. Kaliningrad, Russia. August 30th.
1994 Joseph Brodsky’s poetry. Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany, May 10th.

EDITORIAL BOARDS:
2014-- Poljarnyj Vestnik. Norwegian Journal of Slavic Studies (http://septentrio.uit.no/index.php/vestnik/about/editorialPolicies#custom1). Published by Tromsø University, Norway. Member of Editorial Board.
2013-- Novye Oblaka (The New Clouds), Tallinn, Estonia. Independent literary journal. Member of Editorial Board.
2013-- -- AvtobiographiЯ (Autobiography/i). Journal on Life-Writing and the Representation of the Self in Russian Culture (http://journals.padovauniversitypress.it/avtobiografija/). Member of Advisory Board.
1999-- -- TextOnly (textonly.ru). Independent online litetary journal, Moscow. Editor-in-chief.

EDITORIAL EXPERIENCE
2002—2009 New Literary Observer journal, editor of the contemporary culture section (“Praxis”).
2007—2009 New Literary Observer publishing house, “New poetry” book series, editor.
2002—2005 New Literary Observer publishing house, "Soft Wave", the young prose-writers book series, editor.
2000—2002 Ex Libris NG newspaper (Nezavisimaia Gazeta’s (The Independent Newspaper) supplement), editor.

Additional TEACHING Experience:
2008—2010 Popular lectures on Jewish culinary culture through Russian-Jewish literature. Avi Khai Foundation (New York). Participation in open culinary shows in Moscow and St. Petersburg.
2002—2003 Host of the seminar for young literary critics at the Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie publishing house.
1998—2002 Teacher in lyceums and gymnasiums affiliated with the Russian State University for the Humanities (RSUH). Course: Introduction to World literature.
1998—2000 Instructor, Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow). Host of a seminar on Russian underground poetry of the 1945—2000s.
1994—1998 Teacher in several Moscow schools and gymnasiums. Courses: Russian literature, Russian history, World history, Russian law.

ADMINISTRATION EXPERIENCE:
2012 -- Deputy chair of the Subdepartment of Cultural Projects. Department of Cultural Studies, Higher School of Economics, Moscow.


PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY:
2014 Poetic festival “Guidelines of Freedom”, selection committee member.
2012-- -- Joseph Brodsky Foundation, annual poetic contest, selection committee member.
2007—2009 – “LituRRentgen” literary contest (Yekaterinburg), selection committee member.
2007 – Yurii Kazakov’s Best Short Story of the Year Prize (Moscow), selection committee member.
2004 – Russian national youth creative contest “The Student Spring” (Kemerovo), chair of the poetry section of the selection committee.
2003 – National Debut award, selection committee member.
2002—2003 – St. Philaret contest of religious poetry, selection committee member.
1999—2000 – Little Booker Prize (Moscow), selection committee member.
1999 – Russian national festival “Cultural hero of the 21st century” (Moscow), expert of the selection committee.
1998—1999 – TENETA Internet literary contest (Moscow), selection committee member.

In addition, I also worked as one of organizers of the annual “Big Bathhouse Readings” conferences conducted by the New Literary Observer (Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie) journal in 2003—2009.




REVIEWER:

In 2010—2014, I have been a referee for articles submitted to the following peer-reviewed journals: The Russian Studies, Slavic and East European Journal, Ab Imperio, Utopian Studies.


CONFERENCE PAPERS
2014 “Within and beyond the Limits of Censorship: Divergence of Approaches in the pre-WWII Soviet Poets’ Generation” -- ASEEES Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX, November 19—23.

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