Kšicova, Danuše, Prof. Dr. Phil. Dr. Sc.: Lecturer since 1956 at òstav slavistiky FF, Masaryk University Brno (MU), Faculty of Arts. 1961: senior lecturer. 1990: professor. 1995: Associated professor. She lectures on the history of Russian literature and is the author of 6 books (e. g. Art Nouveau: Word and Image, 1998) and co-author of 4 others (e. g. The Drama of Russian Symbolism, 1-3, 2001-04) co- ed. of 6 publications (e. g. Litteraria Humanitas 1991 – 1998, 2003). She has written over 300 studies published at home and abroad, 220 articles, reviews and transmissions, translations of 22 TV plays, 4 theatre plays, essays, and Russian poetry. Member of: the Literary Association (since 1960), Association of Russian Studies (since 1970), International Association of Word and Image Studies (since 1993), several Editorial boards. Received many awards.
Kšicová, Danuše, Prof. PhDr. DrSc.: born in Czech Republic. 1951 – 56: Brno University, Faculty of Arts, Russian and Czech philology. 1969 PhDr. 1970 CSc. 1991 DrSc. 1995 Prof. lecturer 1956, senior lecturer 1961, associated professor 1990, professor 1995 at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, Faculty of Arts, The Institute of Slavonic Studies. At present: Member of the Committee for PhDr. and DrSc. dissertations. Lectures on the history of Russian literature and culture at the Institute of Slavic Studies, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University, Brno. Publications: K. D. Bal´mont, The Soul of the Czech Lands, 2001; Art Nouveau – Word and Image.1998; Russian Poetry at the Turn of the Century, 1990; Russian Literature of the 19-th and Early 20-th Centuries in Czech Translation, 1988; The Romantic and Neoromantic Long Poems: Czech-Russian Parallels, 1983; Russian Poetry in F. Táborský´s Interpretation, 1979; co-author: The Drama of the Russian Symbolism, 3 (A. A. Blok, V. Y. Bryusov), 2004; The Drama of the Russian Symbolism, 2 (D. S. Merezhkovsky), 2003; Drama of the Russian Symbolism, 1 (K. D. Balmont, V. Y. Bryusov) 2001; Dictionary of Russian, Ukrainian and Belarussian writers, 2001; East Slavonic-Czech Literary Relationships untill the Foundation of Czechoslovakia, 1997; Panorama of the Russian Literature, 1995. 300 studies published at home and abroad, 220 articles, reviews and transmissions, translations of TV plays, theatre plays, essays and Russian poetry. Member of the Literary Association, Association of Russian Studies, International Association of Word and Image Studies, the head of Ars poetica, 2000. Member of editorial board.: Rossica (Prague), Opera Slavica (Brno), Slavica Litteraria (Sborník prací filozofické fakulty brněnské univerzity), Litteraria Humanitas (Brno).
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