Svetlana V. Burdina


Address
15 Bukireva, Perm 614990, Russia
Perm State University
Faculty of Philology
Department of Russian Literature
 
Phone, Fax, e-mail
+7 (342) 222-67-04, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
Date of Birth
02.07.1959
 
Educational Background
1981 – Perm State University, Faculty of Philology.
1987 – Post-graduate study, Moscow State University, Faculty of Philology, Department of Soviet Literature.
2002 – Doctorate Course, Moscow State University, Faculty of Philology, Department of Russian Literature.
 
Аcademic Degrees and Titles
1987 – Candidate of Philology, Moscow State University.
2003 – Doctor of Philology, Moscow State University.
1993 – Reader, Perm State University.
 
Stages of Professional Career
1987 – 1988 – Assistant Lecturer, Department of Russian Literature, Faculty of Philology, Perm State University.
1988 – 1991 – Senior Lecturer, Department of Russian Literature, Faculty of Philology, Perm State University.
1991 – 2003 – Reader, Department of Russian Literature, Faculty of Philology, Perm State University.
2003 – present time – Professor, Department of Russian Literature, Faculty of Philology, Perm State University.
 
Membership in Academic Councils, other State and Public Associations
2004 – present time – member of Doctoral Dissertation Council of Perm State University D 212.189.11, specialties 10.01.01 – “Russian Literature”, 10.02.01 – “Russian Language”, 10.02.19 – “Language Theory”.
 
Research Project Management
2007-2009 – Grant of Russian Foundation for the Humanities № 07-04-82401 а/U “Russian classical literature in the cultural life of the Perm Region of the late XIX-the early XXth century”.
 
Participation in International Projects
Participation in the sphere of education and science between Perm State University and universities of People’s Republic of China, Slovenia, Hungary, Macedonia, Israel etc. (foreign student education, editing of joint symposium books, professional development programmes).
 
Current Research Activities
The range of the following scientific problems: typology and genre of Russian poetry of the XXth century; intertextual relations and Biblical allusions in the Silver Age poetry; the genre of the poem in the works by the XXth century poets: V. Mayakovsky, B. Pasternak, A. Akhmatova, V. Khlebnikov and others; investigation of A. Akhmatova’s poem works.
 
Total Number of Publications - 92
Monographs – 3.
Study Guides – 2.
 
Selected ppublications:
1. Burdina S.V. Genre innovations of V. Mayakovsky and Russian poem of the 1970-1980s: monograph. Perm: Perm State University Press, 1999. 112 p. (In Russian)
2. Burdina S.V. Anna Akhmatova’s poems: “everlasting images” of culture and genre: monograph. Perm: Perm State University Press, 2002. 311 p. (In Russian)
3. Burdina S.V. Anna Akhmatova’s epic poem: Cultural memory space: Study Guide for the special course. Perm State University, Perm, 2007. 343 p. (In Russian)
4. Burdina S.V. “Only a mirror dreamt of a mirror…”  Once more on “Poem without a hero”: monograph. Perm, 2010. 98 p. (In Russian)
5. Burdina S.V. Biblical images and motives in A. Akhmatova’s poem “Requiem” // Philological Sciences. 2001. № 6. pp. 3 – 13. (In Russian)
6. Burdina S.V. “Midnight Hofmann motives” in A. Akhmatova’s poem “On the way of the whole world” // Moscow University Herald. Series 9: Philology. 2002. № 3. pp. 121 – 129. (In Russian)
7. Burdina S.V. A. Akhmatova’s poem “Requiem” as a “Saint-Petersburg text” of Russian literature // Moscow University Herald. Series 9: Philology. 2003. № 5. pp. 148 – 158. (In Russian)
8. Burdina S.V. A. Akhmatova’s poem “Requiem”: geography and space model // Philological notes: inter-university collection of papers. Iss. 4: in 2 parts. Part 2. Perm: Skopje; Ljubljana, 2006. pp. 22 – 31 (In Russian)
9. Burdina S.V. Apocalyptic myth in A. Akhmatova’s “Poem without a hero” // Philological sciences: inter-university collection of papers. Iss. 5: in 2 parts. Part 2. Skopje. 2007. pp. 17 – 26. (In Russian)

© 1916-2016 Perm State University, Russia