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Tine Roesen

Tine Roesen is Assistant Professor of Russian Studies at Aarhus University in Denmark. She obtained her PhD from Copenhagen University in 2001; her research project was a narratological analysis of Dostoevsky’s early works. She has published several articles on Russian literature and is the co-editor (with Ingunn Lunde) of the volume Landslide of the Norm: Language Culture in Post-Soviet Russia (2006). Currently, she is an active partner in the Bergen-based project The Future of Russian: Language Culture in the Era of New Technology and her research interests include Russian literature and literary sociology, writers’ blogs and social network sites. She is also a literary critic for the Danish newspaper Information, and has translated several essays and books into Danish, among them novels by Vladimir Sorokin and Aleksey Slapovsky.

Latest Posts | By Tine Roesen A Social Network Site for the Elite

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Since its launch in 2008, the Russian project Snob, involving a printed magazine and a website, has fascinated observers as the first example of a self-proclaimed Russian elite network, joining …
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