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Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Poland

Doctor Hab. of Philology, professor

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PhD thesis:

Poetics of Henry James’s Early Tales (1860—70s).

Habilitation thesis:

The Problem of Literary Self-Reflexion in Henry James’s Works

Research interests:

  • XIX-XXI century American and British Literature
  • Literary history and theory
  • American and British academic novel
  • Feminist and postcolonial studies

Teaching experience:

Antique, Medieval and Renaissance Literature, 20th and 21st cc. foreign literature,  American literature and Literary Theory.

Selected bibliography:

Articles:

  1. Henry James as an Antistratfordian. Knowledge. Understanding. Skill 2 (2018): 191-198. (In Russ.)

  2. Totalitarian Narrative in Works of Julian Barnes Barnes. Perm University Herald. Russian and Foreign Philology 1 (2018): 69-78. (In Russ.)

  3. Henry James: Creating of Biography. Literature of the Americas 1 (2016): 243-264. (In Russ.)

  4. Quo vadunt studia Americana: Looking for New Ways – or Looking Backward? Literature of the Americas 1 (2016): 290-304. (In Russ.)

  5. "The South Myth" and the Novel "The Little Friend" by Donna Tartt. Philology and Culture 40:2 (2015): 165-170. (In Russ.)

  6. Anna Katharine Green and the Genesis of the Female Detective. Herald of Vyatka State University 1 (2015): 51-56. (In Russ.)

  7. Fact and Fiction Correlation in Ernest Hemingway’s "A Moveable Feast". Philology and Culture 37:3 (2014): 75-79. (In Russ.)

  8. Influence of the Russian Literature on J. M. Coetzee’s Concept of Autobiography Perm University Herald. Russian and Foreign Philology 28:4 (2014): 176-185. (In Russ.)

  9. On Religious Imagery in “The Birthplace” (1903) by Henry James. Philology and Culture 32:2 (2013): 52-55. (In Russ.)

  10. Henry James's Cult: Genesis and Transformations. Voprosy literatury 3 (2012): 378-416. (In Russ.)

  11. Disgrace by J.M.Coetzee: Postcolonial Modification of Campus Novel. Perm University Herald. Russian and Foreign Philology 1 (2009): 72-78. (In Russ.)

  12. Three Interviews of Henry James: Mastering the Language of Publicity. The Henry James Review. 22:1 (Winter 2001): 81-92.

Books:

  1. The Self-reflexive Dimensions of Henry James. Ivanovo, 2004. (In Russ.)

  2. Mapping American Literature and Culture, ed. by O. Antsyferova. Ivanovo: Ivanovo State University, 2012. (In Russ.)

  3. Russian Context of American Quest for Realism (Henry James, William Dean Howells, Stephen Crane). Ivanovo, 2000. (In Russ.)

  4. Tales of Henry James: From Apprenticeship to Maturity. Ivanovo: Ivanovo State University, 1998. (In Russ.)

Membership:

RSACS (Russian Society for American Culture Studies)

SSASAA (Salzburg Seminar American Studies Alumni Associaton)

Henry James Society

Grants and fellowships:

1997 – UCIA GRANT for participation in the Winter School for American Studies at Delaware University (USA)
1999 – grant for research at the library of the J.F. Kennedy Free University. Berlin, Germany
1999-2000 – Fulbright research grant, University of Southern California (Irvine)
2003 – grant for participation in Salzburg Seminar in American Literature, Austria
2004 – grant of the Russian Fulbright Alumni Association for publication of the book The Self-reflexive Dimensions of Henry James.
2002, 2004, 2005 – grants for development of new educational technologies (academic distant learning projects) from Project Harmony, Inc.
2006, 2007 –  grants for development of new educational technologies (academic distant learning projects) from Fairly Dickinson University (Department of Global Learning)
2010  – Fulbright grant for International Teacher’s Training Workshop Teaching Literature in Post-Literary Times: Challenges of Interdisciplinarity