Venera R. Amineva

Doctor of Philology

Associate Professor, Department of Russian and Foreign Literature of the Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication, Kazan Federal University

Education: graduated from the Philology Department of the V.I. Ulyanov-Lenin Kazan State University cum laude (1988)

Doct. Habil. thesis: Types of Dialogical Relations between National Literatures (on the material of the works of Russian writers of the second half of the nineteenth century and Tatar writers of the first third of the twentieth century) (V.I. Ulyanov-Lenin Kazan State University, October 14, 2010).

 

Researcher ID  http://www.researcherid.com/rid/M-2094-2018

Author ID http://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.url?authorId=56104054500

ORCID ID  http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4016-2242

 


 

 

Research interests: theory of literature, poetics, comparative studies, authorology, genology, nineteenth-century Russian literature, twentieth century Tatar literature, literature in the Russian lNGUAGE

Professional service

 

Member of the Editorial Board, XLinguae

Member of the Editorial Board, Studia Litterarum (October 2018)

Awards and Distinctions

 

  • Grant of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Tatarstan for scholars and teachers carrying out scholarly and pedagogical activities for programs of the higher and secondary professional education in the field of Russian language and literature. 2016.
  • Grant of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Republic of Tatarstan for scholars and teachers carrying out scholarly and pedagogical activities for programs of the higher and secondary professional education in the field of Russian language and literature. 2017.
  • PI: “Modern national literatures of the republics of the Volga region as the interliterary community” No. 13-14-16002 and (p), 2013 (RGNF); “Tatar literature for Russian-speaking readers (on material of creativity of A. Eniki”). Russian Federal Property Fund No. 17-14-16004 (p). 2017–
  • Performer of grants: “A research of synchronous and diachronic aspects of the cross-cultural dialogue in modern Tatarstan” (registration number: 01200952953; 2010 of research, carried out to KFU within the MOIN Russian Federation state task; “History of the Tatar literature of the twentieth century”; No. 10-04-29406-a / B/2010 - 2011 (RGNF); “Modernism in the Tatar literature of the first third of the twentieth century”. No. 12-14-16015a, 2012–2013 (RGNF); “Avant-garde in the Tatar literature of the 1960-1980´s.” No. 14-14-16002; 2014–2015 (RGNF); “Key trends and movements in the contemporary Tatar literature of the 1990-2010-ies. (epic and lyric)” 2016–2017 (RGNF), “Comparative poetics of the Russian and Tatar literatures” 18-412-160006; 2018-2019 (Russian Federal Property Fund).

Academic publications — over 210 publications, including 2 monographs, 2 edited collections, 3 collective works.

 

Selected publications

 

Monograph

  • Types of Dialogical Relations between National Literatures (on the material of the works of Russian writers of the second half of the nineteenth century and Tatar writers of the first third of the twentieth century). Kazan: Cauldron. State University Press, 2010. 476 р. In Russ.
  • Gabdulla Tuqay and the Nineteenth Century Russian Literature: Typological Parallels. Kazan: Tatars. prince publishing house, 2016. 160 p. In Russ.

 

Edited Collections

 

  • The ABC of the Literary Analysis. Eds. V.R. Amineva, D.F. Zagidullina, M.I. Ibragimov. Kazan: Magarif Press, 2005. 111 p. In Tatar.
  • Literary Work. Studying and Analyzing. Eds. V.R. Amineva, D.F. Zagidullina, M.I. Ibragimov. Kazan: Magarif Press, 2007. 112 p. In Tatar.
  • Dictionary of Literary Terms and Concepts. F. Zagidullina, V.R. Amineva, M.I. Ibragimov, N.M. Yusupova, etc. Kazan: Magarif Press, 2007. 231 p. In Tatar.
  • National literatures in the Volga Region (1980–2010). Ed. V.R. Aminevа. Barnaul: IS of “Si-press”, 2012. 234 p. In Russ.

Selected Essays

 

Scopus, Web of Science

 

  • Dialogue with Another as a Form of Self-Identification of the Lyrical Subject of N. Gambar. Przegląd wschodniosłowiański. IX/1. P. 331–342. In Russ.
  • National perspective as axiological component of the composition art world. XLinguae European Scientific Language Journal. Volume 11. Issue 2, April. 2018. Р. 329–337. ISSN 1337-8384, DOI: 10.18355/XL.2018.11.02.26. In Russ.
  • Ways of character self-identification in I. Abuzyarov's prose / Adela N. Nabiullina, Kazbek K. Sultanov, Venera R. Amineva. Astra Salvensis — review of history and culture, year V, No. 10, 2017. P. 65–71. In English.
  • Features of the ballad genre functioning in modern national historic-literary process / Venera R. Amineva, Landysh N. Yuzmukhametova. Revista San Gregorio. SPECIAL EDITION 2017, no 20. P. 40–47. In English.
  • Perspective of national identity in the light of the art axiology / Liliya I. Fakhrutdinova, Venera R. Amineva, Alfina T. Sibgatullina. The Turkish Online Journal of Design, Art and Communication TOJDAC April 2017 Special Edition. P. 1079–1084. In English.
  • Symbolization in the story by A. Eniki “Unvoiced testament”. XLinguae European Scientific Language Journal. Issue 1, January 2017. Р. 12–24. In Russ.
  • The Interliterary Dialogues’ Heuristic Potential on the Lessons of the Russian literature in the Mulyiethnic Environment / Venera R. Amineva, Gulfiya Gainullina, Oksana V. Shemshurenko. The European Proceedings of Social & Behavioural Sciences EpSBS e-ISSN: 2357-1330. Published by the Future Academy. Volume XII, Pages 1–451 (July 2016). P. 713. In English.
  • Avant-Garde Research in the Field of Verse Forms (based on I. Yuzeev lyrics) / Zagidullina D., Amineva V. XLinguae European Scientific Language Journal. Volume 9. Issue 1, January 2016. Р. 135–145. In Russ.
  • Tukay’s poetry: aspects of national identity / V.R. Amineva, M.I. Ibragimov, E.F. Nagumanova, A.Z. Khabibullina. XLinguae European Scientific Language Journal. Volume 8. Issue 1, January 2015, ISSN 1337-8384. С. 79–87. In Russ.
  • Phenomenon of the boundary in the interliterary dialogues. Journal of language and literature (JLL). ISSN: 2078-0303, Vol. 6. No. 2. 2015. Р. 246–249. In English.
  • Aesthetic interference and untranslatability as concepts of comparative literary studies / R. Amineva, M.I. Ibragimov, E.F. Nagumanova, A.Z. Khabibullina, L.N. Yuzmukhametova. The Social Sciences. 2015, no 10 (7). Р. 1868–1872. In English.
  • “Universal” and “Unique” as the Categories of Comparative Literature. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 20 (12): 2094-2098, 2014. ISSN 1990-9233 © IDOSI Publications, 2014 DOI: 10.5829/idosi.mejsr.2014.20.12.21093 In English.
  • Motif as a concept of comparative poetics / V.R. Amineva, M.I. Ibragimov, E.F. Nagumanova, A.Z. Khabibullina. Journal of language and literature (JLL). 2014, vol. 5, no 3: 17–21. DOI: 10, 7813 / jll. 2014 / 5–3. In English.

Teaching

Associate Professor of the Department of Russian and Foreign Literature of the Institute of Philology and Intercultural Communication, Kazan Federal University.

Lecture courses: “Theory of Literature”, “History of Russian Literature of the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century,” “History of Literary Studies,” “Interdisciplinary Relations in Literary Research,” “Russian Literature in the Multi-Ethnic Environment,” “Comparative Poetics”. Supervision of term papers, MA theses, PhD theses.