Elena M. Chetina


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15 Bukireva, Perm 614990, Russia
Perm State University
Faculty of Philology
Department of Russian Literature
 
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Date of Birth
27.03.1960
 
Educational Background
1982 – Perm State University, Faculty of Philology.
1993 – Post-graduate study, Perm State University, Faculty of Philology, Department of Russian Literature.
 
Academic Degrees and Titles
1994 – Candidate of Philology, Ural State University.
1999 – Reader.
 
Stages of Professional Career
1983 – 1987 – Senior Laboratory Assistant, Department of Russian Literature, Faculty of Philology, Perm State University.
1987 – 1995 – Assistant Lecturer, Department of Russian Literature, Faculty of Philology, Perm State University.
1995 – 2002 – Senior Lecturer, Department of Russian Literature, Faculty of Philology, Perm State University.
2002 – present time  – Reader, Department of Russian Literature, Faculty of Philology, Perm State University.
 
Research Project Management
1. 2002-2003 – Grant of Volga Federal Region “Cultural heritage, preservation of traditions, intercultural dialogue”.
2. 2003-2004 – Programme “Inter-regional Investigation in Social Sciences” organised by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation, Kennan Institute for Perspective Russian Research (The USA), Carnegie Corporation in New York (The USA), John D. and Katherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Project “Traditional values in the time of cultural evolution”.
3. 2001-2002 – Programme “Integration” (jointly with Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology of the Russian Academy of Sciences) “Traditional culture and ethnic-cultural contacts in Komi-Permyak Autonomous Area”.
4. 2002-2003 - Grant of the Programme “Fundamental Higher Education Research in the sphere of Natural sciences and Humanities. Russian universities” УР.10.01.061 “Folk culture of the Russian and Finno-Ugric peoples of the Kama Region (historical, typological, functional, semiotic aspect)”.
5. 2000-2002 - Grant of Russian Foundation for Basic Research № 00-06-80242 “Cultural archetypes and national traditions”.
6. 2002-2004 – Grant of Russian Foundation for the Humanities № 02-01-00520 а/Т “Cultural heritage of the Russian and Finno-Ugric peoples of the Kama Region. Interaction and development trends”.
7. 2006-2007 – Grant of Russian Foundation for the Humanities № 06-04-82405 а/U “Theatre space of the Great Ural”.
8. 2008-2009 – Grant of Russian Foundation for the Humanities № 08-04-82411 а/U “Drama and theatre of the Urals: historical and cultural processes, development perspectives”.
9. 2011 – Grant of Russian Foundation for the Humanities № 11-14-59601 е/U “Veps forest and Ural taiga in folklore”.
10. 2011-2012 – Grant of Russian Foundation for the Humanities № 11-13-59001 а/U “Youth culture at the urban and regional level”.
11. 2008-2009 – Grant of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation “Drama and theatre of the 2000s: cultural and philosophic aspect”.
 
Current Research Activities
Development of the principles of historical and cultural analysis of literary texts. Analysis of cultural universalia in literature, contemporary literary process, “new prose” and “new drama”, discovering of topical typological models of theatre art.
Carrying out of cultural, anthropological and visual investigation of traditional culture of the Perm Region, discovering mechanisms of preservation of ethnic and cultural traditions. Analysis of reflection of ethnic and cultural realia in the national literature.
 
Total Number of Publications – 87
Monographs – 1.
Study Guides – 2.
 
Selected Publications
1. Chetina E.M. Evangelic images, plots and motives in artistic culture: problems of interpretation. Moscow: Science: Flinta, 1998. 112 p. (In Russian)
2. Chetina E.M., Rogotnev I.Y. Symbolic realities of Parma: Sketches of the Perm Region traditional culture. Perm, 2010. 224 p. (In Russian)
3. Chetina E.M., Rogotnev I.Y. To experience and to show: religious experience on the screen // Camera-intermediary: symposium book of International Scientific and Practical Conference. Moscow: Moscow State University, Technical and Natural Specialties, 2010. pp. 139 – 156. (In Russian)
4. Chetina E.M., Rogotnev I.Y. Traditional culture of the Perm Region: Study Guide. Perm, 2010. 194 p. (In Russian)
5. Chetina E.M. “We live quietly with hiccup…” Phenomenon of hiccup in the folk culture (materials of field research) // Show and polyphony of the world: Almanac. Moscow: Union of Theatre Workers Press, 2003. pp. 19 – 24. (In Russian)
6. Chetina E.M. “City-island”: local and universal elements in the history // Field Ethnography: collection of papers. Saint-Petersburg: Saint-Petersburg State University Press, 2004. pp. 73 – 77. (In Russian)
7. Chetina E.M. Sacred water sources in the Kama Region // Sacred Geography: collection of papers. Moscow:  “Ultra-culture” Press, 2004. pp. 97 – 103. (In Russian)
8. Chetina E.M. “Death of a hero” in the national drama // Drama and theatre. Iss. 5. Moscow, 2004. pp. 59 – 67. (In Russian)
9. Chetina E.M., Rogotnev I.Y. “Cities-breakthroughs” in the Russian province // Province in the context of history and literature. Tula, 2006. pp. 315 – 324. (In Russian)
10. Chetina E.M. “Contemporary drama”: problems and research // Perm University Herald. Iss. 3 (3). Philology. Perm, Perm State University, 2006. pp. 201 – 209. (In Russian)
11. Chetina E.M. Author and hero in contemporary Russian drama/I and Other in text. Perm State University; University of Ljubljana. Perm; Ljubljana, 2009. Iss. 2. pp. 192 – 202. (In Russian)
12. Chetina E.M. Drama and theatre of the 2000s // Free thought. 2009. № 3 (1598). pp. 77 – 86. (In Russian)
13. Chetina E.M.  Waiting for catharsis // Observatory of culture. 2010. № 6. pp. 121 – 123. (In Russian)

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