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Slavia Orientalis | 2022 | vol. LXXI | No 3

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The article analyzes the letters of L. Dobychin from 1924-1936. It reveals the main characteristics of the images of the author and the addressee, explicit and implicit forms of the author’s self-expression, the author’s epistolary intentions. The article shows that for Dobychin letters are not only external, but also internal representant of a personality, the most important way of formation of the image of “I” in its subjective and objective significance. The uniqueness of the author’s epistolary personality is determined by absolute sincerity and uncompromising judgment, etiquette pedantry, the combination of ironic and sentimental intonations, acute experience of his relations with the world and people, idealization of writerly status, orientation to the ideal norm both in aesthetic and in behavioral sense. The image of the addressee of the letters is partly mythologized and determined by the type of relationship between the correspondents and the role chosen by the addressee. The variations of the author’s “ego” and the change of the addressees’ role functions provide an expansion of the semantic and aesthetic potential of the image of the addressee and the correspondence as a whole.
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Tat’yana Shekhovtsova
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  1. V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University
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The research material in this article is V. Nabokov’s short story A Nursery Tale (1926), which, by virtue of the literary genre signalled in the title, disposes us to consider the author’s communicative intention. The methodological inspiration for the research is M. Bakhtin’s genological reflection and his concept of the genre as “a representative of creative memory in the process of literature development”; W. Propp’s study and J. Derrida’s idea about fairy tales has also proved helpful. Analysis and interpretation of the short story A Fairy Tale has allowed one to distinguish particular elements and devices aimed at the short story genre transformation with special regard to the titular (fairy-tale) form of expression. The special status of the work’s protagonist is demonstrated, his creative activity understood as a kind of game, whose creator and actor is the protagonist himself, while the realisation of his erotic desire is treated as a way of regarding Femininity and of opening to “the other”, precisely connected in Nabokov’s short story with the female figure. On the parabolic/fabulous level the hero’s dream (collecting “a harem of women”) is interpreted as a literary device – an expression of romantic irony revealing the opposing forces governing human existence, a conflict between everyday reality and the world of creative fantasy/imagination. In consequence, Nabokov’s A Nursery Tale is read as an example of a narrative parabolic fairy tale.
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Małgorzata Ułanek
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  1. Lublin, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej
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The article is devoted to travelogues written by Ivan Kovtun and Ivan Mikitenko, poorly researched authors of Ukrainian literature, representatives of the phenomenon of the Executed Renaissance. The article aims to identify the key features of the Ukrainian travelogue that were formed during 1924-1925 years within the joint Soviet literature process. The analyzed texts represent two main themes of travel literature of 1920s: the ‘own’ space of Soviet republics and ‘other’ space of foreign, bourgeois countries. Despite inheriting ideological rhetoric and the main tendencies of the Soviet travelogue, the position of an ‘author of proletarian literature’ doubles and deepens regarding the narrator’s hypostasis as a Ukrainian writer. Ukrainian discourse (Ukrainian land, language, culture, literature) is set on both – the personal and literary – levels, particularly it occurs in specific sensitivities about one’s ‘own’ and ‘other’ space.
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Olena S. Annenkova
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Olena V. Yufereva
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  1. National Pedagogical Dragomanov University
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The article is devoted to the concept a cemetery in memoirs about forced relocation from flood zones in Ukraine as a result of the construction of hydroelectric power plants. Fragments about the relocation of cemeteries are given. Studies are folk beliefs, nominative vocabulary for events, loci, characters, subjects, permanent themes and main folklore plots. The following main ideas are highlighted: the impossibility of any complete relocation of a cemetery; interfering with a cemetery contains potential danger and provokes the wrath of the dead; the installation of a tombstone cross restores the sacredness of the tomb, consolidates the resettlement community, and actualizes the memory of its historical past.
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Iryna Koval-Fuchylo
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  1. M. Rylsky Institute for Art Folklore Studies and Ethnology of The National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
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This article is about the dyadic narration (second-person narration) used in Viktor Pelevin’s short story The Ontology of Childhood. Since this type of narration is not widely known among Polish researchers, narratologists, and literary scholars, the article begins with a presentation of the state of research in Poland. The basic features of this kind of narration and the differences between it and the typical types of speech in first-person and third-person narration are discussed. The short story The Ontology of Childhood by Viktor Pelevin is constructed using a second-person narration, which is the realisation of the author’s strategy being about building a relationship with the reader. Through the second-person narration, the reader is invited (drawn in) to the world presented in the work and is urged to identify with the narrator-main character. Eliminating the boundary between the protagonist and the reader allows the work to generalise experiences and emotions, which – at first individual – by the end of the work gain a universal dimension.
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Magdalena Ochniak
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  1. Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie
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The situation of perception, its structure, types and their verbalization attract the attention of not only psychologists but also linguists. Hearing, like sight, is one of the main sensory channels in human life. In this study, carried out with the help of lexical-semantic analysis, semantic-stylistic analysis and contextual analysis, the role of the vocabulary describing sounds in defining the situation of a miracle is presented (“miracle-vision”, “miraclephenomenon”, “voices from heaven”, etc.) and its relation to miracle markers. Miracles were chosen from Житiя святыхъ на русском языке изложенные по руководству Четиӽ Миней святителя Димитрия Ростовского, in which miracles are manifestations of God’s omnipotence. The research focuses mainly on verbs that describe sound and verbs that describe auditory perception. The study found that in addition to verbs describing sound and verbs describing auditory perception, miracle markers are also verbs describing visual and tactile perception. The quantitative and qualitative analysis allowed us to conclude that the verb of intentional auditory perception слушать does not occur in the text as a marker of a miracle situation, which may indicate the hagiographer’s goal – to show the unpredictability of a miracle.
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Olga Anchimiuk
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Robert Szymula
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  1. Białystok, Uniwersytet w Białymstoku
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The dominant feature of foreign speech is the availability of appeals, because they indicate the opposition «addressee – sender», reflecting the speaker’s attitude to the interlocutor, to the environment, certifying the status of a person, and adapting us to the perception of information and to some extent reactions to it. The aim of the article is to characterize the semantic and functional features of vocatives as integral components of foreign speech by the example of prayer texts (458 prayers are analyzed). Very often such constructions in prayers have additional means of dissemination, including artistic definitions, homogeneous affixes, separate members of the speech itself and even predicative units that we rarely find in other speech patterns. Appeals to God, the Mother of God and servants of God (apostles, angels, saints, etc.) are productive in vocative structures. The names of religious attributes, believers and evil spirits are used less actively in this role. In addition, the believer’s constant appeal to higher powers gives the prayer discourse signs of dialogue, although there is no reverse communication.
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Nataliya Torchyns’ka
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Mykhaylo Torchyns’kyy
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  1. Khmelnytskyi National University
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This paper traces the interconnection of Soviet ideology and development of the ponyatiye term (понятие, Rus., back translation – concept) in the humanitarian sciences of the USSR, particularly in Soviet linguistics of the 20th century. Analyzing scientific literature of the Soviet epoch, as well as works written by the Marxist-Leninist founding fathers, the author demonstrates that interpretation of the term was limited by the theory of dialectic materialism and the ideological needs of an authoritative socio-political system. This system was interested in denying the capacity of language to participate in the construction of concepts and deprive the mind of critical attention. It was objectionable also to declare the subjectivity and variability of the categorization process because it was not allowed to question the monopoly of dominant ideological beliefs and the efficiency of Soviet propaganda. At the same time, in American and European cognitive linguistics scholars were forming a new theory of categorization and gradually reinterpreting the notion of concept which, as well as ponyatiye, is used to denote the results of categorization. Its subjective variability, interference with sensory images and capacity to be constructed was accepted. There are reasons to assert that the term понятие did not undergo the same transformation as the term concept in the English linguistic tradition because of the ideological restrictions. It was the term kontsept (концепт, Rus., back translation – concept) that absorbed features which were rejected by the term ponyatiye because of dialectic materialism. This new term came into Soviet and post-Soviet linguistics at exactly the time of the collapse of the USSR and the decline of Marxist ideology. In the author’s opinion, this coincidence in chronology is indirect proof of the conclusion that ideological factors affected the term ponyatiye in Soviet and Russian linguistics.
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Hanna Chernenko
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  1. Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
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The article analyzes the language means by which the intensity of emotional processes in Polish, Russian and Ukrainian is reflected on the example of the names of emotions that are part of the “compassion” group. By the intensity of emotions, we mean a quantitative assessment of the quality of the emotional process relative to a certain norm. Verbalizers of the intensity of emotional experiences include lexemes describing the power of the emotions themselves and the impact of the emotions on a person. The characteristics of the power of the manifestation of emotions are objectified most often with the help of adjectives and adverbs. Verbalization of the power of the influence of emotional experiences on a person in Polish, Russian and Ukrainian can occur by objectifying the temperature characteristics of feelings, as well as through association with images of fluid and fire. Besides intensity on the quantitative side, a feeling is also characterized by duration – the time interval between the beginning and the end of an emotion. In terms of duration, the emotions of the “compassion” group in Polish, Russian and Ukrainian are described as sudden and short-lived states.
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Larysa Nikolayenko
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  1. O.O. Potebnyа Institute of Linguistics of NAS of Ukraine
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The article presents the results of a psycholinguistic study of the concept JOY based on the materials of the Ukrainian Associative Dictionary by S. Martinek. The associative meaning of the word joy has been identified and a comparative analysis has been conducted, juxtaposing the obtained results with the lexicographic definitions and survey data provided by the sociological group “Rating”. The paper provides a comprehensive overview of the major psychological theories of emotions and various linguistic approaches to studying emotions. All reactions of the conducted free associative experiment to the word-stimulus joy were classified according to the structures of knowledge representation, with their quantitative ratio determined. The research has shown that the emotion of joy is described by the hyperonyms emotion, feeling, mood. The core of the associative field of the concept JOY in Ukrainian linguaculture is formed by happiness, cheerfulness, merriment, satisfaction, pleasure. The most frequent characteristics of joy are great and sincere, and the most typical oppositions – sadness and sorrow. Joy is most frequently associated with laughter and smiling as an outward expression of emotion, with the colours yellow and white as well as with light and sun. Among the reasons for joy, life draws the greatest number of reactions while family, friends, home are of significant importance for Ukrainians.
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Mariya Ol’khovych-Novosadyuk
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  1. The Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
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The paper deals with elucidating the semantic changes and pragmatic effects of the precedent phenomenon in modern Ukrainian media discourse. The examples chosen for analysis have appeared within Ukrainian discourse following Ukraine’s independence in 1991. It verbalizes one of the valuable concepts – ‘patriotism’. Taken into consideration is the phrase coined by Yevhen Chykalenko, about “love to the depth of a pocket” with references to its use in contemporary discourse. The research is based on the 13th version of the General Regionally Annotated Corpus of Ukrainian and on the Ukrainian Language Corpus test version. The functional variant peculiarities of this expression are described, and its truncated derivatives and its lexical shifts as well. The difference between the origin of Chykalenko’s phrase and its current modifications is deduced from the semantic-pragmatic point of view. The paper reveals the role the above mentioned phrase plays in the formatting of new expressions. Outlined is the manipulative potential of this precedent expression in the realization of the author’s intentions.
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Natalia Kobchenko
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  1. National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy

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Recenzenci (2020-2021)

Augustyn, Leszek, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Banaszkiewicz, Magdalena, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Bartmiński, Jerzy, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

Bartwicka, Halina, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy

Bacewicz, Florij, prof. dr hab., Lwowski Uniwersytet Narodowy im. Iwana Franko

Bahdanowicz Iryna, prof. dr, Białoruski Uniwersytet Państwowy, Mińsk

Barszt, Konstantin, prof. dr hab., Instytut Literatury Rosyjskiej RAN (Dom Puszkinowski), (Sankt Petersburg)

Bednarczyk, Anna, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Łódzki

Beley, Oleh, dr hab., Uniwersytet Wrocławski

Betko, Iryna, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski w Olsztynie

Bobilewicz Grażyna, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Instytut Slawistyki PAN (Warszawa)

Bohun, Michał, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Cierniak, Urszula, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Humanistyczno-Przyrodniczy im. Jana Długosza w Częstochowie

Coghen, Monika, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Cymborska-Leboda, Maria, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej

Charciarek, Andrzej, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach

Chlebda, Wojciech, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Opolski

Czerwiński Grzegorz, dr hab., Uniwersytet w Białymstoku

Czerwiński, Piotr, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach

Czyżewski, Feliks, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

Dobieszewski, Janusz, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

Drozdowski, Mariusz, dr hab., Uniwersytet w Białymstoku

Duć-Fajfer, Helena, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Dudek-Szumigaj, Agnieszka, dr hab., Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

Fałowski, Adam, prof. zw., dr hab. Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Flis-Czerniak, Elżbieta, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

Fontański, Henryk, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach

Gadomski, Aleksander, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Opolski

Ginter, Anna, dr hab., Uniwersytet Łódzki

Głuszkowski, Michał, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika

Grabowicz George, prof. dr, Uniwersytet Harvarda (Cambridge, MA)

Grzybowski, Stefan, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu

Habrajska, Grażyna, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Łódzki

Horniatko-Szumiłowicz, Anna, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

Juda, Celina, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Jusupović, Adrian - dr hab., prof. uczelni, Instytut Historii PAN (Warszawa)

Kaleta Radosław, dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

Kapuścik, Jerzy, prof. zw., dr hab. Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Kochanek, Piotr, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski

Kojder, Marcin, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

Komendová, Jitka, doc. Mgr. Ph.D, Uniwersytet Palackiego w Ołomuńcu

Komisaruk Ewa, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Wrocławski

Komorowska, Ewa, prof. zw. dr hab., Uniwersytet Szczeciński

Kodzis, Bronisław, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Opolski

Kononenko Iryna, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Warszawski

Korniejenko, Agnieszka, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Korzeniowski, Mariusz, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

Kosmeda Tetiana, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

Kościelniak, Krzysztof, ks. prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Kościołek, Anna, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu

Kotyńska Katarzyna, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Instytut Slawistyki PAN (Warszawa)

Kowalow, Siergiej, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

Kowalska-Paszt, Izabela, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Szczeciński

Kozak, Stefan, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

Krasowska, Helena, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Instytut Slawistyki PAN (Warszawa)

Kuczyńska, Marzanna, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

Kuffel, Józef, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Laszczak, Wanda, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Opolski

Leszczak, Oleg, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach

Leśniewski, Krzysztof, prof. dr hab., Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski

Lewicki, Roman, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

Lewkijewskaja, Jelena, prof. dr hab., Rosyjski Państwowy Uniwersytet Humanistyczny (Moskwa)

Lubocha-Kruglik, Jolanta, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach

Madyar, Olha, Madyar, doc. Mgr. CSc., Uniwersytet Preszowski

Malej, Izabella, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Wrocławski

Małek, Eliza, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Łódzki

Marszałek, Marek, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy

Masłowska, Ewa, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Instytut Slawistyki PAN (Warszawa)

Matusiak, Agnieszka, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Wrocławski

Mędelska, Jolanta, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy

Mianowska, Joanna, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy

Mironowicz, Antoni, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet w Białymstoku

Moklak, Jarosław, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Moser, Michael, Univ. Prof. Mag. Dr. Dr. h. c. Prof. h. c., Uniwersytet w Wiedniu

Moskwin, Andriej, dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

Mucha Bogusław, em. prof. zw. dr hab., Uniwersytet Jana Kochanowskiego w Kielcach

Mytnik, Irena, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

Ndyae, Iwona, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski w Olsztynie

Nefagina, Galina, prof. zw., dr hab., Akademia Pomorska w Słupsku

Nikołajew, Siergiej, prof., Instytut Literatury Rosyjskiej (Dom Puszkinowski) RAN, Sankt Petersburg

Nowak Alicja, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Oboleńska, Diana, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Gdański

Ostrowski, Bogumił, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny im. KEN w Krakowie

Pełczyński, Grzegorz, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Wrocławski

Pliouchanowa, Marija, prof. dr, Uniwersytet w Peruggii

Poliszczuk, Jarosław, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

Radyszews’kyi, Rostysław, prof. dr hab., Kijowski Uniwersytet Narodowy im. Tarasa Szewczenki

Rak, Maciej, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Ranczin, Andriej, prof. dr hab., Moskiewski Uniwersytet Państwowy im. M. Łomonosowa

Rembiszewska, Dorota, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Instytut Slawistyki PAN (Warszawa)

Rieger, Janusz, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

Romaniuk, Switłana, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Warszawski

Roszko, Roman, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Instytut Slawistyki PAN (Warszawa)

Selart, Anti, prof. dr, Uniwersytet w Tartu

Siatkowski, Janusz, em. prof. zw. dr hab., Instytut Slawistyki PAN, Warszawa

Sidor, Monika, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski

Simonek, Stefan, Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr., Uniwersytet w Wiedniu

Siryk, Ludmiła, dr hab., Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

Skotnicka, Anna, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Sobol, Walentyna, prof. zw. dr hab. Uniwersytet Warszawski

Stach, Grażyna, prof. zw. dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Stachowski, Marek, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Styczyński, Marek, em. prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Łódzki

Suchanek, Lucjan, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński

Szczerbowski, Tadeusz, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny im. KEN w Krakowie

Szmiher, Taras, doc. dr hab., Lwowski Uniwersytet Narodowy im. Iwana Franko

Tarkowska, Joanna, dr hab, prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

Titarenko, Swietłana, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet w Sankt Petersburgu

Tiupa, Walerij, prof. dr hab., Rosyjski Państwowy Uniwersytet Humanistyczny (Moskwa)

Toporkow, Andriej, prof. dr hab., Instytut Literatury Światowej im. M. Gorkiego RAN (Moskwa)

Trojanowska, Beata, dr hab. prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego w Bydgoszczy

Trzeszczyńska Patrycja, dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński w Krakowie

Twaranowicz, Halina, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet w Białymstoku

Tyrpa, Anna, prof. dr hab., Instytut Języka Polskiego PAN (Kraków)

Tyszkowska-Kasprzak, Elżbieta, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Wrocławski

Weretiuk, Oksana, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Rzeszowski

Wierzbiński, Jarosław, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Łódzki

Winogradowa, Ludmiła, dr hab., Instytut Słowianoznawstwa RAN (Moskwa)

Wojan, Katarzyna, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Gdański

Woźniak, Anna, prof. zw., dr hab., Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski

Zeldowicz, Gennadij, prof. dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

Żyłko, Bogusław, prof. zw. dr hab., Uniwersytet Gdański





Recenzenci (2015-2019)

Bartwicka, Halina, dr hab., prof. UKW, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego

Bacewicz, Florij, prof., Uniwersytet Lwowski

Bednarczyk, Anna, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Łódzki

Betko, Iryna, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski

Bezwiński, Adam, prof. zw. dr hab., Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego

Cymborska-Leboda, Maria, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej

Chlebda, Wojciech, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Opolski

Charciarek, Andrzej, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Śląski

Czyżewski, Feliks, prof. zw., dr hab. UMCS w Lublinie

Diec, Joachim, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński

Dudek, Andrzej, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Jagielloński

Fałowski, Adam, prof. zw., dr hab. Uniwersytet Jagielloński

Fast, Piotr, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Śląski

Głuszkowski, Michał, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika

Gołębiowska-Suchorska, Agnieszka, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego

Grzybowski, Stefan, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika

Kiklewicz, Aleksander, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski

Kowalska-Stus, Hanna, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński

Korytkowska, Małgorzata, prof. zw., dr hab., Instytut Slawistyki PAN

Kościołek, Anna, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika

Kowalczyk, Witold, dr hab., prof. UMCS, Uniwersytet Marii Curie -Skłodowskiej

Ksenicz, Andrzej, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Zielonogórski

Laszczak, Wanda, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Opolski

Łucewicz, Ludmiła, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

Malej, Izabella, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Wrocławski

Małek, Eliza, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Łódzki

Marszałek, Marek, dr hab. prof. uczelni Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego

Mędelska, Jolanta, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego

Mikiciuk, Elżbieta, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Gdański

Mozer, Michael, prof., Instytut Slawistyki, Uniwersytet w Wiedniu

Nikołajew, Siergiej, prof., Instytut Literatury Rosyjskiej (Dom Puszkinowski)

Orłowski, Jan, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej

Pluskota, Teresa, dr hab., prof. UKW, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego

Przebinda, Grzegorz, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński

Ranczin, Andriej, prof., Moskiewski Uniwersytet im. M. Łomonosowa

Raźny, Anna, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński

Rieger, Janusz, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

Stawarz, Barbara, dr hab., prof. UP, Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny w Krakowie

Suchanek, Lucjan, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński

Trojanowska, Beata, dr hab. Prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego

Waligórska-Olejniczak, Beata, dr hab., prof. uczelni, Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza

Wawrzyńczyk, Jan, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

Wołodźko-Butkiewicz, Alicja, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

Woźniak, Anna, prof. zw., dr hab., Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski


Recenzenci (2012-2014)


Bartwicka, Halina, dr hab., prof. UKW, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego
Bednarczyk, Anna, dr hab., prof. UŁ, Uniwersytet Łódzki
Cymborska-Leboda, Maria, prof. zw., dr hab. Uniwersyey Marii Curie-Skłodowskie
Chlebda, Wojciech, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Opolski
Czyżewski, Feliks, prof. dr hab. UMCS w Lublinie
Diec, Joachim, dr hab., prof. UJ, Uniwersytet Jagielloński
Duda, Katarzyna, dr hab., prof. UJ, Uniwersytet Jagielloński
Dudek, Andrzej, dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński
Fałowski, Adam, prof.dr hab. Uniwersyetet Jagielloński
Fast, Piotr, prof. zw., dr hab., Wyższa Szkoła Lingwistyczna w Częstochowie
Kiklewicz, Aleksander, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warmińsko-Mazurski
Korytkowska, Małgorzata, prof. zw., dr hab., Instytut Slawistyki PAN
Kościołek, Anna, dr hab., prof. UMK, Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika
Kowalczyk, Witold, dr hab., prof. UMCS, Uniwersytet Marii Curie -Skłodowskiej
Kozak, Stefan, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski
Laszczak, Wanda, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Opolski
Łucewicz, Ludmiła, prof.zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski
Majmieskułow, Anna, dr hab., prof. UKW, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego
Malej, Izabella, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Wrocławski
Małek, Eliza, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Łódzki
Mędelska, Jolanta, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego
Mianowska, Joanna, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego
Mikiciuk, Elżbieta, dr hab., prof. UG, Uniwersytet Gdański
Mozer, Michael, prof., Instytut Slawistyki, Uniwersytet w Wiedniu
Orłowski, Jan, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej
Pluskota, Teresa, dr hab., prof. UKW, Uniwersytet Kazimierza Wielkiego
Ranczin, Andriej, prof., Moskiewski Uniwersytet im. M. Łomonosowa
Raźny, Anna, prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński
Rieger, Janusz, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski
Stawarz, Barbara, dr hab., prof. UP, Uniwersytet Pedagogiczny w Krakowie
Suchanek, Lucjan, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Jagielloński
Wawrzyńczyk, Jan, em. prof. zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski
Wołodźko-Butkiewicz, Alicja, prof.zw., dr hab., Uniwersytet Warszawski

 

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