Full Professor
041 234 9486
Scientific sector (SSD)
www.unive.it/people/evgeny.dobrenko (personal record)
Department of Linguistics and Comparative Cultural Studies
Website: https://www.unive.it/dep.dslcc
Where: Ca' Bernardo

Activities and research skills

Scientific sector (SSD)
Settore Scientifico Disciplinare (SSD) affine
Geographic areas in which the research experience mainly applies
Internazionale: Russia e aree caucasiche,Europa, America Settentrionale
Known languages
Russo (scritto: madrelingua parlato: madrelingua)
Inglese (scritto: avanzato parlato: avanzato)
Participation in editorial boards of scientific journals/book series
• eSamizdat. Rivista di culture dei paesi slavi (2022-current)
• Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie (Moscow, 2021-current);
• Comparative Literature Studies (2021-current);
• Codex manuscriptus (Moscow, 2021-current);
• Labyrinth (Ivanovo, 2020-current);
• Annali di Ca' Foscari. Serie occidentale (Venice, 2019-current);
• Colloquia (Vilnius, 2018-current);
• Filologichskii klass (Ekaterinburg, 2018-current);
• Slavic Literatures (Amsterdam, 2016-current);
• AvtobiografiЯ (Italy, 2012-current);
• Journal of Eurasian Studies (2011-current);
• Region (Regional Studies Journal) (Korea, 2011-current);
• Blok (The International Journal on Stalinist and Post-Stalinist Culture) (Poland, 2001-current);
• Amsterdam International Electronic Journal For Cultural Narratology (2004-current).
Participation as referees of national and international research projects
• Peer Review Panel for the AC Study and Research Abroad Department at American Councils for International Education (Title VIII Research Fellowships)
• Peer Review Panel American Academy in Berlin
• Peer Review Panel British Academy
• PhD external examiner SSEES UCL, Courtauld Institute, Oxford, University of Toronto
• Peer Review Panel Higher School of Economics, Moscow
• European Research Council Peer Review Panel
• Czech Science Foundation Peer Review Panel
• Research Assessment Board for the Italian Ministry of Education
• CEELBAS Research Committee (University College of London)
• Experts’ Board,The Romanian National Council for Scientific Research
• Experts’ Board, Research Council, Ministry of Education and Research of Lithuania
• Experts’ Board, Etkind Prize
• Experts’ Board, Research Foundation Flanders
• Experts’ Board, Research Council, Ministry of Education and Research of Estonia
• Experts’ Board, Georgian National Science Rustaveli Foundation
• MLA Executive Committee Member for the Slavic Literatures and Cultures
• Selection Committee for the National INTEL-Internet Award for the best literary site on Russian Internet
• International Advisory Board of the Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow)
• Outside/Peer Reviewer for: Slavic Review, Slavic and East European Journal, Russian Review, Slavonic and East European Review, Comparative Literature Studies, Modern Language Review, Kritika, Slavonica, Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema, AATSEEL Conventions.
• Peer Reviewer for: Oxford UP, Cambridge UP, Manchester UP, Edinburgh UP, Harvard UP, Stanford UP, Yale UP, University of Toronto Press, Nortwestern UP, Pittsburgh UP, Cornell UP, Routledge, Bloomsbury Publishing.
Areas and research fields
Area: Letteratura Linea: Letterature comparate
Area: Lingue e letterature europee Linea: albanese
Area: Lingue e letterature europee Linea: bulgara
Area: Lingue e letterature europee Linea: ceca
Area: Lingue e letterature europee Linea: polacca
Area: Lingue e letterature europee Linea: russa
Area: Lingue e letterature europee Linea: serbo-croata
Area: Studi culturali Linea: Studi culturali
Aesthetics of Stalinism
Literary Pax Sovietica: Sovietization of Eastern and Central European Literatures (1945-1956)
Poetics of Socialist Realism
Soviet Multinational Literature and Imperial Imagination
Comparative Aesthetics of Dictatorships
Funding body:
Prokhorov Foundation (Prokhorov Centre, University of Sheffield), ThyssenKrupp Stiftung
Altri finanziamenti per progetti di ricerca
Role in the project:
Starting date:
Year: 2022 Length in months: 48