Картинки по запросу морозова ирина васильевна

Russian State University of Humanities

Doctor Hab. of Philology, Professor

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PhD thesis:

American Political Novel in the Late XIX Century

Habilitation thesis:

Discourse of the Old South in the "Domestic Novel": American Women's Literary Heritage in the First Half of the XIX century 

Research interests:

  • American literary history
  • gender aspect in the American literature
  • peculiarities of the Southern literature and culture
  • imagologic analysis of the American literature and culture

Teaching experience:

History of World Literature

History of Foreign Literature

Selected bibliography:


  1. Five Letters from Zora Neale Hurston to Langston Hughes: from Friendship to Contention. Literature of the Americas 2 (2017): 79-95. (in Russ.)

  2. V Zverev International Conference at RSUH: Revolutionary Discourse in the USA. Literature of the Americas 3 (2017): 504-510. (with V. Zhuravleva) (in Russ.)

  3. Zora Neale Hurston. How It Feels to Be Colored Me, transl. and introd. by Irina Morozova. International literature 7 (2017): 208-214. (in Russ.)

  4. Anti-Tom Novel as a Factor of the Southerness Formation in American Literature: Women’s Strategy. Bulletin of Udmurt University. 5 (2015): 164-169. (in Russ.)

  5. "I" and "the Other" in Women Writings of the South Before the War. In American Cultural Myths and Perspectives on the USA Literary Perception. Moscow: RSUH Publ., 2011. (in Russ.)

  6. Abolitionism and Abolitionists in Women Prose of the Old South. In Abraham Lincoln: Lessons of History and the Contemporary World, ed. by V. Zhuravleva. Мoscow: RSUH Publ., 2010: 74-84. (in Russ.)

  7. On the Perspectives on the Interdisciplinary Approach in American Research: American Studies and Imagology. American Yearbook, 2010. (in Russ.)

  8. American Cultural Myths and Perspectives on the USA Literary Perception. Kennan Institute in Russia, 2010. (in Russ.)

  9. Zora's Heritage Inside and Outside: “Lost in Translation". Zora! 21st Annual Magazine. A.P.E.C., Eatonville, Fl., 2010. 

  10. Civil War and Southern Community in A. Evans's Novel Macaria. In Multilingualism and Education, 2009. (in Russ.)

  11. Old South Ideology in C. Henz's Novel The Planters's Northern Bride. Vestnik St. Petersburg University. Ser.9. 1 (2005): 15-24. (in Russ.)

  12. Perception of Russia in Narrative of the Life and Travels of Mrs Nancy Prince. In Russian-American Links: African Americans and Russia, ed. by Yu. Tretiakov, E. Apenko. Saint-Petersburg: Nauka Publ., 2009: 13-26. (in Russ.)
  13. Southern Women Literature Tradition in K.Gibbons's Novel A Cure for Dreams. In AmericaWordImageDestiny, 2008. (in Russ.)


1. "Southern myth" in Women Writings  of the Old South. Saint-Petersburg: SPGU Publ., 2004.

2. American Literary History: Colonial Narrative of the XVII Century. Udmurt State University Publ., 2008.

Membership, grants:

RSACS (Russian Society for American Culture Studies)

2001 – Fulbright research grant, University of Central Florida