Ivanova Tatiana G.( Doctor of Philology, a leading member, the head of the Manuscript Department of the Institute of Russian Literature (Pushkin House).)
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Biography Ivanova Tatiana G.
She graduated from the Philological Faculty of Leningrad State University (1975). In 1977-1981 he. She attended part-time graduate of the Pushkin House specialty "Folklore". Since 1979, Mr.. Works in the Pushkin House. In 1982 she defended her thesis on "Textual epics (North Russian records for the second half of the XIX-XX centuries)". In 1994 - a doctoral thesis on "Russian folkloristic early twentieth century (the main directions, schools, names). Author of about 90 publications. The most significant works relate to the bibliography of Russian folklore and history of Russian folklore: "Russian folklore. Bibliographic ukazatel1976-1980 "(Leningrad, 1987)," Russian Folklore. Bibliographic Index. 1880-1985 (Leningrad, 1990), "Russian Folklore. Bibliographic Index. 1981-1985 "(St. Petersburg, 1993)," Russian Folklore. Biographical Index. 1800-1855 "(St. Petersburg, 1996)," Russian folklore studies of the twentieth century biographical sketches "(St. Petersburg, 1993).
Has established itself as a professional publisher of documents on the history of Russian culture. She has reissued the classic fairy tale collection "The Great Tales of the Perm province. Collection D.K. Zelenin (St. Petersburg, 1997), published memoirs EV. Diaghilev, stepmother S.P. Diaghilev - "Family record of Diaghilev" (St. Petersburg, Perm, 1998 - in conjunction with E.S. Dyagilevo).
Published in the yearbook of the Pushkin House "Russian Folklore", "Yearbook of the Manuscript Division of the Pushkin House", magazines "Russian Literature", "Ethnographic Review," "Living Antiquity" and others. publications. Published abroad.
Since 1993, teaches courses on the poetics of folklore and the history of Russian folklore for etnomuzykovedov Petersburg State Conservatory. Since 1996, also teaches a course "Introduction to folkloristics. Russian and Slavic folklore "and" Bibliography "at the Department of West European and Russian culture, history faculty of St. Petersburg State University.