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Professor Robin Milner-Gulland FBA

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About this Fellow

Russia - modern literature (particularly 20th c. poetry); medieval and modern Russian culture, language, history, art and architecture; Byzantine culture; aspects of Sussex archaeology

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Appointments

Current post

  • Professor Emeritus, University of Sussex

Past Appointments

  • Reader in Russian, University of Sussex, 1974 - 1993
  • Professor of Russian and E. European Studies, University of Sussex, 1993 - 2001
  • Research Professor of Russian, University of Sussex, 2000 - 2013
  • Assistant Lecturer/Lecturer, University of Sussex, School for Global studies, University of Sussex, 1962 - 1974
  • Professor Emeritus, University of Sussex, 2013
  • 50th Anniversary Fellow, University of Sussex, 2012

Publications

Cultural atlas of Russia 1989

Beyond the Turning-Point, in Daniil Kharms and the Poetics of the Absurd 1991

The Russians 1997

Khlebnikov's Eye, in Russian Literature, Modernism and the Visual Arts 2000

16 May 1703: The Petersburg Foundation-Myth, in Days from the Reigns of 18th c. Rulers 2007

A Poem and its Versions, in The Arts in Dialogue 2009

Other Modern Languages, Literatures and other Media from 1830 Fellows

Professor Toril Moi

Feminism and feminist theory, and women writers; literary theory; literature and philosophy; 19th and 20th century European literature; Simone de Beauvoir; Henrik Ibsen; Wittgenstein, Austin and Cavell and literary studies

Professor Patrick Wright

'Heritage' and the power of tradition in British culture since 1890; the cultural dimensions of international relations since 1945; place and belonging in relation to globalisation

Professor Patricia Waugh

Modern literary studies and intellectual history, with specific interests in the modern and contemporary novel; literature, science and medicine; cultural theory and modernist aesthetics

Professor Anne Fuchs

German cultural memory since 1945; cultural theories of memory and time; modernity and German modernism; postwar German and Austrian literature; contemporary German literature and culture; German-Jewish literature