A Marie Curie Senior Fellow at Queen Mary (University of London) Kirill Postoutenko also taught at Smolny College (St. Petersburg), at the Russian State University of Humanities (Moscow], at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, and as “DAAD-Gastdozent” at the University of Konstanz, Germany.
His major research interests include theory and history of poetry, historical sociology of identity and the social history of 20th-century Europe.
He published: Russian Verse: Meter, Rhythm, Rhyme and Stanza (1996, co-ed., in Russian), The “Onegin” Text in Russian Literature (1998, in Russian), Totalitarian Communication: Hierarchies, Codes and Messages (2010, ed.), Soviet Culture: Codes and Messages (2010), and Asymmetrical Concepts after Reinhart Koselleck: Historical Semantics and Beyond (co-ed., 2011).
About: Malte Rolf, Soviet Mass Festivals, ROSSPEN.