Assistant Professor
Centre of Foreign Languages and Cultures

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                                                 CFLC Anna Arkatova 
Academic & Professional Qualifications
  •  Ph.D. Slavic Languages and Literatures (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA)
  •  MA. American History (University of Kansas, USA)
  •  BA. International Relations (Amur State University, Russia)
Academic Interests
  • literary femininity (e.g., female gulag narratives and memoirs by Russian female writers)
  • the Silver Age of Russian poetry
  • the works of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and their intersection with the modernist tradition
Selected Research Project / Grants
  •  Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s Dialogue with the Silver Age, book in progress
Selected Publications
  • 2019 (forthcoming) “Proschai, svobodnaia stikhiia”: pushkinskie motivy i alluzii v kinostsenarii “Znaiut istiny tanki,” in: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: vzgliad iz XXI veka, Moskva: Russkii Put’.
  • 2018 “Kengirskii miatezh kak revolutsiia pravednikov: vremennoe vozvrashchenie k zhizni,” in: Andrei Nemzer (ed.), Solzhenitsynskie tetradi: materialy i issledovaniia. Vypusk 6, Moskva: Russkii Put’, 171-181.
  • 2016 “Eros, Femininity And Revolution: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s Fictive Explorations of the Silver Age,” Australian Slavonic And East European Studies Journal, vol. 30, no. 1-2, 23-51
  • 2014 “Eros v prostranstve. Moskovskie geroini A.I. Solzhenitsyna i M.I. Tsvetaevoi: ispytanie razlukoi,” Filologicheskie nauki, no. 2, 56-66.
Courses Taught
  • United International College, 2017-present

          Russian Culture
          Women in Twentieth Century Russian History and Culture
          Russian Language I and II

  • Zhejiang Yuexiu University, 2016-17

           Western Civilization
           Readings in Intercultural Studies
           The Culture of English-Speaking Countries
           English Language

  • Slavic Department, University of Illinois, 2008-15

           RUSS 101-102: First-year Russian I and II
           RUSS 201-202: Second-year Russian I and II
           RUSS 301-302: Third-year Russian I and II
           RUSS 401-402: Fourth-year Russian I and II
           RUSS 201-202: Russian for Heritage Speakers
           RUSS 220: The Golden Age of Russian Literature

  • Department of International Relations, Amur State University, 2004-06

          American Culture seminar
          Theory of International Relations
          Russian History undergraduate seminar