Martin Paulsen

Head of Department

Department of Foreign Languages, UiB

E-mail: m.paulsen@uib.no

Phone: +47 99255965


ABOUT

Paulsen defended his PhD in Russian studies at the University of Bergen in 2009. He studied has worked on Belarusian, Russian and Ukrainian language, literature and culture for twenty years. His focus on Ukrainian studies include contemporary Ukrainian literature, history of the Ukrainian language and memory politics in social media.


RESEARCH INTERESTS

Contemporary literature, language history, memory politics, social media.


WEB-PAGE

https://www.uib.no/personer/Martin.Paulsen



SELECTED PUBLICATIONS ON UKRAINE

  • Paulsen, Martin . “#Holodomor — Twitter and public discourse in Ukraine” in Memory, Conflict and New Media: Web wars in Post-Socialist States, (eds) E. Rutten, J. Fedor & V. Zvereva, Routledge, 2013, 82–97.
  • Paulsen, Martin. “Jurij Andruchovyč og det postsovjetiske ukrainske språket,” in Terminal Øst: Totalitære og posttotalitære diskurser, (eds.) I. Lunde and S. Witt, Oslo: Spartacus, 2008, 201–14.

Currently working on a translation of Oksana Zabuzjko’s essay Min lengste reisehttps://kagge.no/produkt/sakprosa/dokumentar/min-lengste-reise/