Келли Катриона (Kelly, Catriona)

профессор Оксфордского университета, автор многих книг и статей по истории русской литературы, культуры, социальной истории, истории детства.

Публикации К. Келли на русском языке можно найти прежде всего на сайтах:

http://magazines.russ.ru/ authors/k/kkelli/;

http://www.chukfamily.ru/Kornei/Biblio/kelli.htm;

http://eu.spb.ru/anthropology/ ?do=14;

http://magazines.russ.ru/nlo/2006/80/ke12.html.

Статьи, недоступные через Интернет:

  1. Воспитание Татьяны: нравы, материнство, нравственное воспитание в 1760 1840-х годах // Вопросы литературы, 4, 2003;
  2. Лаборатория по выработке рабочих писателей: стенгазета, "культурность" и политический язык в ранний советский период // Русский сборник. Т.1. Отв.ред. М.Колеров. М., 2004;
  3. Педагогический идеал: новаторство в пространстве традиции (паремиология и воспитание в советской России 1920-х - начала 1930-х годов) // Традиции в контексте русской культуры. Вып.13. Череповец, 2006.

Из монографий Проф.Келли можно обратить внимание на следующие:

  1. Refining Russia. Advice Literature, Polite Culture, and Gender from Catherine to Yeltsin. Oxford University Press, 2001.
  2. Comrade Pavlik. The Rise and Fall of a Soviet Boy Hero. Granta Books, 2005.

А также: A History of Russian Women's Writing 1820-1992; An Anthology of Russian Women's Writing 1777-1992; Russian Cultural Studies: An Introduction (with David Shepherd); Constructing Russian Culture in the Age of Revolution 1881-1940 (with David Shepherd).

Приведем также характеристику Проф.Келли, помещенную на официальном сайте Нью-Колледжа Оксфордского Университета:

"Catriona Kelly was born and brought up in London, and studied Russian at Oxford and the University of Voronezh. After holding various research fellowships at Christ Church, Oxford, she taught for three years at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London, before taking up her present post in 1996. She has published widely on Russian culture, especially of the Late Imperial era; her interests range from modernist poetry to the visual arts, women's writing and cultural history. Her books include Petrushka, the Russian Carnival Puppet Theatre (CUP, 1990); A History of Russian Women's Writing, 1820-1992 (OUP, 1994); An Anthology of Russian Women's Writing, 1777-1992 (OUP, 1994); Refining Russia: Advice Literature, Polite Culture, and Gender from Catherine to Yeltsin (OUP 2001) and Russian Literature: A Very Short Introduction (OUP 2001). She is the co-editor of two introductory cultural histories of Russia and the Soviet Union, Constructing Russian Culture in the Age of Revolution and An Introduction to Russian Cultural Studies (both OUP 1998), and has published translations of various Russian authors, among them Tsvetaeva, Mayakovsky, Elena Shvarts, Olga Sedakova and Leonid Borodin. She is now working on a history of childhood in twentieth-century Russia, supported by a grant from the Leverhulme Trust (to be published by Yale University Press in c. 2006). She visits Russia frequently to work in libraries and archives, and to keep track of cultural developments, and is currently organising an oral history project (interviews with focus groups of individuals about their childhoods) in St Petersburg, Moscow, and Perm'. Over the last few years, she has presented papers in The Netherlands, Finland, Norway, Germany, Switzerland and the USA as well as at many venues in Britain, has published reviews in the Times Literary Supplement, the Guardian, and the Evening Standard, has made various appearances on radio and television. Professor Kelly teaches a range of options for the Russian degree, including Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Pushkin, twentieth-century poetry, women's writing, and Russian cinema (especially Eisenstein, Tarkovsky). She has supervised graduate students working in numerous areas of Russian literature and cultural history, including the feminine in the works of Andrei Platonov, the history of the Russian spa, iconoclasm in the post-Stalin era, academic literary history in the Late Imperial era, foolishness and stupidity in twentieth-century literature and culture, the pedagogy of S. Shatsky, and representations of space travel in 1960s children's writing."

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Публикации:

A Wolf in the Nursery: Freud, Ethnography, and the History of Russian Childhood