Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief: Professor N. P. Khriashcheva (Russia, Ekaterinburg, USPU); deputy editors-in-chief: in the history of ancient Russian literature and the 18th-19th centuries literature:

Professor S. I. Ermolenko (Russia, Ekaterinburg, USPU); in the theory and history of the 20th-early 21st centuries literature:

Professor N. V. Barkovskaya (Russia, Ekaterinburg, USPU); in the theory and history of foreign literature:

Professor E. G. Dotsenko (Russia, Ekaterinburg, USPU);

Professor N. V. Pestova – Director-General of the scholarly educational Center “Sirius” (Russia, Ekaterinburg); In the methods of teaching literature at higher and secondary school:

Associate Professor L. D. Gutrina (Russia, Ekaterinburg, USPU); in linguistics:

Professor E. V. Dziuba (Russia, Ekaterinburg, USPU); in the methods of teaching languages at higher and secondary school:

Associate Professor S. A. Eremina (Russia, Ekaterinburg, USPU).

Executive Editor: Associate Professor O. A. Skripova (E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

 

 

 

Editorial Council

Prof. L. O. Butakova (Russia, Dostoevsky Omsk State University);

Dr. Michael Weiskopf (Israel, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem);

Prof. I. B. Vorozhtsova (Russia, Udmurt State University);

Jan Gallo, PhD (Slovakia, Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra);

Prof. Evgeny Dobrenko (Great Britain, the University of Sheffield);

Prof. Ben W. Dhooge (Belgium, Ghent University);

Prof. A. A. Dyrdin (Russia, Ulyanovsk state technical university);

Prof. B. F. Egorov (Russia, Saint Petersburg Institute of History of the RAS);

Dr. hab. Nataliya Kardanova (Italy, The University of Genoa);

CSc, Jindrich Kesner (The Czech Republic, University of Hradec Králové);

Prof. O. A. Kling (Russia, Lomonosov Moscow State University);

Associate Prof. I. V. Kukulin (Russia, National Research University Higher School of Economics);

Prof. M. L. Kusova (Russia, Ural State Pedagogical University);

Prof. Mark Lipovetsky (USA, New-York, Columbia University);

Prof. M. A. Litovskaya (Russia, Ural Federal University, Institute of History and Archeology of the Ural Branch of the RAS);

Prof. N. M. Malygina (Russia, Gorky Institute of World Literature of the RAS);

Prof. Galina Mikhaylova (Lithuania, Vilnius University);

Prof. D. S. Moskovskaya (Russia, Gorky Institute of World Literature of the RAS);

Prof. M. Yu. Mukhin (Russia, Ural Federal University);

Prof. Galina Nefagina (Poland, Pomeranian Academy in Słupsk);

Prof. Anna Pavlova (Germany, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz);

Prof. Galina Petkova (Bulgaria, Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski");

Prof. A. M. Plotnikova (Russia, Ural Federal University);

Prof. E. A. Podshivalova (Russia, Udmurt State University);

Prof. Ivo Pospisil (The Czech Republic, Brno, Masaryk University);

Doctor of Philology, Senior Researcher E. N. Proskurina (Russia, Institute of Philology of the Siberian Branch of the RAS);

Prof. M. E. Rut (Russia, Ural Federal University);

Dr. hab. Szabó Tünde (Hungary, The University of Pécs);

Prof. T. A. Snigireva (Russia, Ural Federal University, Institute of History and Archeology of the Ural Branch of the RAS);

Prof. L. S. Soboleva (Russia, Ural Federal University);

Prof. N. P. Terent'eva (Russia, South Ural State Humanitarian Pedagogical University);

Prof. V. I. Tyupa (Russia, Russian State University for the Humanities);

Prof. M. A. Chernyak (Russia, Herzen State Pedagogical University of Russia);

Prof. Piotr Fast (Poland, The University of Silesia in Katowice);

Prof. Anastasia de La Fortelle (Switzerland, The University of Lausanne);

Prof. Jens Herlth (Switzerland, The University of Fribourg);

Prof. Robert Hodel (Germany, University of Hamburg).

Prof. Yu. V. Shcherbinina (Russia, Moscow State Pedagogical University).