Staff – University of Copenhagen

Tine Roesen

Tine Roesen

Associate professor, deputy head of studies

Primary fields of research

Russian literature

  • Dostoevsky
  • Bakhtin
  • post-1990 changes and writers (Tolstaya, Makanin, Slapovsky, Sorokin a.o.)
  • Alexievich
  • narratological analysis
  • genre theory

Russian culture

  • literary prizes
  • writers on the internet (blogs, home pages, social network profiles)
  • social network sites
  • images of Russians in Western culture

Selected publications

  1. Published

    Zwischen den Stühlen: Dokument und Fiktion bei Svetlana Aleksievic

    Roesen, T., 2018, In : Osteuropa. 68, 1-2, p. 99-108 9 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleResearchpeer-review

  2. Published

    Introduction: Language Matters

    Roesen, T., 2017, Remaining Relevant: Modern Language Studies Today. Cardona, M. D., Koppen, R. & Lunde, I. (eds.). Bergen, p. 9-18 10 p. (Bergen Language and Linguistics Studies, Vol. 7).

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingBook chapterResearchpeer-review

  3. Published

    Putinismens fascination: Rusland i de danske medier

    Roesen, T., 2017, In : Vagant. 1-2, p. 198-203 6 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalJournal articleCommunication

Selected activities

  1. Litteraturens Dag 2018: Krigens kvindelige ansigter ifølge Svetlana Aleksijevitj

    Tine Roesen (Lecturer)
    13 Apr 2018

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesLecture and oral contribution

  2. Folkeuniversitetet, Lemvig: Aleksej Slapovskijs "De er overalt"

    Tine Roesen (Lecturer)
    19 Feb 2018

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesLecture and oral contribution

  3. Folkeuniversitetet, Herning: Russisk verdenslitteratur

    Tine Roesen (Lecturer)
    15 Feb 2018

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesLecture and oral contribution

  4. Nostalgia as a cultural phenomenon: Contemporary trends in Russia and beyond

    Tine Roesen (Lecturer)
    10 Jan 2018

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesLecture and oral contribution

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