Irina Antanasijević, a bio-bibliography

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Irina Antanasijević (Sievierodonetsk, USSR 27th June 1965) — Russian and Serbian philologist, literary critic, translator.[1] Doctor of philological sciences since 2002 and professor since 2004. Honorary doctor of Tyumen University. Scientific interests: folklore and post-folklore, visual literature and visual text, poetics of comics, illustration, children's literature, history of Russian emigration.


Born in the city of Sievierodonetsk, Luhansk Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, USSR. After arriving to Yugoslavia she lived in Split, and since 1991 till 1999 in Priština. She worked as lecturer, and then as an assistant for Russian literature at Philology Faculty in Priština. She defended her thesis “Landscape in Russian and Serbian Epic” during the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia in 1999.

She left Priština after the signing of Kumanovo Agreement (June 1999) and moved to Niš. She worked as professor of Russian literature at Philosophy Faculty in Niš and continued to work at Philosophy Faculty in Priština (with the seat in Kosovska Mitrovica). In 2002 she defended doctoral thesis „Poetics of Dirge“. She initiated opening of the Department for Slavistics with Balcanistics at Philology Faculty in Niš (since 2002 Department for Russian language and literature).

Professor of Russian literature at Philology Faculty of University in Belgrade. Member of Editorial Board of journal Gradina until 2009. Member of Editorial Board of periodical Facta universitatis until 2010. Member of Editorial Board of periodical Научный результат, Серия Социальные и гуманитарные исследования (Scientific Result, Series of Social and Humanitarian Studies).



1. Landscape in Russian and Serbian Folk Epics (Пејзаж у руској и српској народној епици), Prosveta, Niš, 2005, ISBN 86-7455-658-2, 126 p.

2. Poetics of Russian Dirges (Поетика руских тужбалица), Prosveta, Niš, 2003, ISBN 86-7455-601-9, 210 p.

3. Folklore and Avant-garde: symbols and phenomena (Фольклор и авангард: символы и явления), Niš, Gradac: Despot Book, 2011, ISBN 978-86-88877-04-6, 253 p.

4. Russian Comics in the Kingdom of Yugoslavia (Русский комикс Королевства Югославия), Novi Sad, Komiko, 2014, ISBN 978-8687-919-36-5, 340 p.

5. Russian Classic in Pictures (Русская классика в картинках), Belgrade: Philology Faculty of University of Belgrade, 2015 (Belgrade: Belpak), Библиотека Язык и литература. Серия Русская эмиграция в Белграде ; кн. 7, ISBN 978-86-6153-322-8


1. Dictionary of general words and expressions (Лексикон општих речи и израза), Budva, Kuća knjige, 2007 ISBN 978-9940-519-01-8, 753 p.

2. Dictionary, Russian-Serbian Serbian-Russian (Речник руско-српски српско-руски), Budva, Kuća knjige, 2007 ISBN 978-9940-519-00-1, 832 p.

3. Phrase book, Russian-Serbian Serbian-Russian (Разговорник руско-српски српско-руски), Budva, Kuća knjige, 2007 ISBN 978-9940-519-00-1, 192 p.

Textbooks and manuals

1. Russian for students of biology and ecology (Руски језик за студенте биологије и екологије), Niš — Srpsko Sarajevo, 2002, ISBN 86-83481-04-2, 190 p.

2. Russian for students of physics (Руски језик за студенте физике), Niš — Srpsko Sarajevo, 2001, UDK: 808. 2:53(075. 8), 185 p.


1. Biography at USUS (Биографија на УСУС )

External links

· Irina Antanasijević, bio-bibliography, Ирина Антанасијевић, био-библиографија, Project Rastko – Russia, electronic library of Russian-Serbian cultural links (Пројекат Растко - Русија, електронска боиблиотека руско-српских културних веза)

· Personal page at

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