D. Sc. in Philology, Professor, Institute of Slavic and Baltic Philology, Department of Russian Language and Literature, Eötvös Loránd University, H-1088  Budapest, Puskin u. 4/D, Hungary.

Master Professor Golden Medal (2007)

 

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ORCID iD: 0000-0001-8318-6856

 

Field of Research: Russian Philology - Literary theory - the History of 19th-century literature - Literary semiotics - Comparative Literature.

 

Selected Works:

 

Books

- "Tvorcheskoe slovo" F.M. Dostoevskogo - geroi, tekst, intertekst. Saint Petersburg, Akademicheskii proekt, 2005. 288 p.

- Intertekstual'naia poetika romana I.S. Turgeneva "Rudin". Chteniia po russkoi i evropeiskoi literature. Saint Petersburg, Akademicheskii proekt, Izdatel'stvo DNK, 2008. 248 p.

- Korunk hőse – Korunk irodalomszemiotikája? Karakterpoétika és olvasásszemiotika Lermontov regényében. Budapest, L’Harmattan, 2020. 288 p. ISBN: 978-963-414-597-4

 

Articles

- "Zapiski iz podpol'ia F.M. Dostoevskogo v svete literaturnoi traditsii: Semioticheskaia postanovka voprosa." Sign Systems Studies 48(2/4), 2020, 326–349.

- From the Formalist to the Semiotic Theory of Literature. Communications, n°103, « Le formalisme russe cent ans après ». Numéro dirigé par Catherine Depretto, John Pier et Philippe Roussin, Paris, Le Seuil, 2018(2), 247–264.

- Intermediary Semantic Formations in White Nights. In: Reid, R. and Andrew, J. (eds.) Aspects of Dostoevskii. Art Ethics and Faith. Amsterdam – New York, NY, Rodopi, 2012, 27–49.

- "'Prorochestvo' kak universalia siuzheta i teksta v perspektive dinamiki smyslorozhdeniia (Konteksty predskazaniia v romane L. Tolstogo 'Voina i mir'". Universalii russkoi literatury 3. Sbornik stat'ei. Ed. by A.A. Faustova. Voronezh, Nauchnaia kniga Publ., 2011, 318–335.

 

Education:

Ph.D., 1992: Тhe Brothers Karamazov – literary character, plot, narration, intertextuality. (in Hungarian, 175 p.)

Dr. habil., 2003: Classical Modernism. The Paradoxes of the Turgenevian Novel – Rudin. (in Hungarian, 405 p.)

D.Sc., 2013: Literary Continuity. The Poetics of Mediatory Formations in Dostoevsky’s Works. (in Hungarian, 380 p.)

 

Teaching:

From 1989 at Eötvös Loránd University.

Most important University Appointments

Director of interdisciplinary MA program in Semiotics at ELTE (2011 – date)

Director of the ELTE Ph.D. Program "Russian Literature and Literary Studies – Comparatistics" (2008 – date)