Professor of Russian Literature and Culture
Department of Language and Culture, The Arctic University of Norway
A graduate of Moscow State University and University of Glasgow, Prof Rogatchevski has researched extensively the cultural history of Central and Eastern Europe. His co-edited publications include East and Central European Emigre Literatures: Past, Present – and Future? (a special issue of Canadian-American Slavic Studies, nos 2-4, 1999), Bribery and Blat in Russia: Negotiating Reciprocity from the Middle Ages to the 1990s (Macmillan 2000), Punishment as a Crime? Perspectives on Prison Experience in Russian Culture (Uppsala Studies on Eastern Europe 5, 2014) and Russophone Periodicals in Israel (Stanford Slavic Studies 47,2016).
Central/Eastern Europe, film, (non)fiction, popular music, cultural history.
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS ON UKRAINE
- ‘Andrey Kurkov.’ The Literary Encyclopedia. 7 October 2010
- A War of Songs: Popular Music and Recent Russia-Ukraine Relations (co-written with Arve Hansen, Yngvar Steinholt and David-Emil Wickström; foreword by Artemy Troitsky), Ibidem-Verlag 2019
- ‘Extractivism as Rebordering: Dmitrii Savochkin’s Mark Sheider, Russo-Ukrainian Mining Literature and the Fragmentation of Post-Soviet Ukraine’,Textual Practice, vol. 35, issue 3, 2021, https://doi.org/10.1080/0950236X.2021.1886709