Khronopulo Liala

Associate Professor

Хронопуло Л.Ю.

Address

  • St.Petersburg
  • 199034
  • Universitetskaya emb., Build. 11

Contact

  • +7 (812) 328-9517
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Education:

  • 2002: B.A., Japanese Philology
  • 2004: M.A., Japanese Philology
  • 2007: Ph.D., Japanese Philology, Saint Petersburg State University, Faculty of Asian and African  Studies, Department of Japanese Philology (since 2008 renamed: Department of Japanese Studies). Advisor: Ph.D., Professor Rybin Victor V. Thesis: Imperative Semantics In Contemporary Japanese. 

Current research and teaching interests:

  • Medieval, modern and contemporary Japanese literature;
  • Postmodernism in the literatures of East and West;
  • Intertextuality and allusions in the literary works of Japanese writers of the end of the XXth – beginning of the XXIst centuries;
  • Japanese women writing;
  • Comparative literature;
  • Theoretical grammar of the Japanese language;
  • Problems of translation.

Employment:

  • September 2002 – June 2004: Teaching assistant
  • September 2004 – June 2010: Assistant professor
  • June 2010 – present: Associate professor, Saint Petersburg State University, Faculty of Asian and African Studies, Department of Japanese Studies.

Courses taught:

  • History of the Japanese literature (literary periods, movements, genres, and authors;
  • literature’s social and political contexts etc.);
  • Women writing and joryū bungaku in Japan;
  • The Japanese short story writers of the end of the XXth – beginning of the XXIst centuries;
  • Poetics and aesthetics in Japanese literature (with a review of its relations to traditional arts in Japan);
  • Postmodern Japanese literature;
  • The Japanese literature after Meiji Ishin (Meiji Restoration) with a perspective on the world literary process;
  • Seminar on reading and translating of contemporary Japanese literature;
  • Writing letters in Japanese;
  • The grammar of modality.

List of  the  most  important  publications  (papers,  articles, chapters  of  collective monographs, textbooks in Russian)

Academic publications in Russian and in English:

  • Secret Fears of the Heian Woman (Basing on Diaries of the Heian Epoch) // In: Research Papers on Men and Women Behavior Strategy. Saint Petersburg, 2004. Pp. 252-258.
  • Imperative in the Japanese Language: A Question of Semantics // In: Countries of the Far East: History, Economics, and Philology. Moscow, 2004. Pp. 215.
  • On Some Lexical Problems of Translation from Japanese into Russian and vs. // In: Reports of the XXXVth International Conference on Philology. Saint Petersburg, 2006. Pp. 25-28.
  • Forms -te kureru ka, -te moraeru ka and Their Variants in Contemporary Japanese Language // in: Philological Researches on Eastern Studies, № 27. Saint Petersburg, 2006. Pp. 121-126.
  • Present Tense Form of the Japanese Verbs in the Imperative Use // In: Asian and African Studies in the Universities of Saint Petersburg, Russia and Europe: Actual Problems and Perspectives. Reports and Materials of the Symposium. Saint Petersburg, 2008. Pp. 328-335.
  • “Upside-Down World” in “Bokko-chan”, the Book of Stories by Hoshi Shinichi // In: Bulletin of Saint Petersburg State University, № 1, 2009. Pp. 102-106.
  • “Lost” Heroes in Japanese Stories of the End of the XXth – Beginning of the XXIst Centuries // In: Bulletin of Saint Petersburg State University, № 3, 2009. Pp. 108-112.
  • Khronopulo L., Ermolaeva L., Kiknadze D. Typological Similarity of the Cartvelian Languages and Japanese // Bulletin of the Russian Academy of Science, the Society of Researchers of the Eastern Languages, № 17. Moscow, 2010. Pp. 131-138.
  • Optative Sentences with the Imperative Form of Verb in Japanese // In: Bulletin of Saint Petersburg State University, № 3, 2010. Pp. 114-119.
  • The Book of Stories by Ekuni Kaori “It Is Not Safe Or Suitable to Swim” // In: Problems of Japanology. Research Papers and Materials of the Conference. Saint Petersburg, 2010. Pp. 329-347.
  • Women Characters of the Japanese Prose of the End of the XXth – Beginning of the XXIst Centuries // in: Reports and Materials of the IVth International Conference “Issues of Far Eastern Literatures”. Vol. 3. Saint Petersburg, 2010. Pp. 151-159.
  • The  Japanese  Literature  // In: Asian  and  African  Studies.  Collective Monograph. Saint Petersburg, 2011. Pp. 123-130.
  • Short Stories of Akagawa Jirō // In: Modernization and Tradition: the XXXVIth International Conference on Source Studies and Historiography of Asia and Africa. Abstracts of Papers. Saint Petersburg, 2011. Pp. 400-401.
  • The Japanese Language // In: Grammar and Semantics of the Eastern Text: Quantitative Characteristics. Collective monograph. Saint Petersburg, 2011. Pp. 178-188.
  • Japanese  Verbs  and  Nouns // In: Theoretical  Grammar of Asian Languages. Collective monograph. Saint Petersburg, 2011. Pp. 129-140; pp. 375-393.
  • Fairy Tale Intertext and Allusions on Japanese and World Folklore and Mythology in the Novel of Otsu Ichi “Ishinome” // In: Japanese Studies Today: Society, Culture, and Language. Reports and Materials of the Conference. Saint Petersburg, 2012. Pp. 396-406.
  • The Problem of Social Isolation in Japanese Literature of the End of the XXth – Beginning of the XXIst Centuries // In: Proceedings and Materials of the Vth International Conference “Issues of Far Eastern Literatures”. Vol. 3. Saint Petersburg, 2012. Pp. 291-299.
  • Illusions and Allusions in Literary Works of Contemporary Japanese Writer Atōda Takashi // In: Local Heritage and Global Perspective. “Traditionalism” and “Revolutionism” in the East. The XXVII International Conference on Historiography and Source Studies of Asia and Africa. Saint Petersburg, 2013. Pp. 337-338.
  • The  Doppelgänger:  Doubles  in  Contemporary  Japanese  Prose  //  in: Proceedings and Materials of the VIth International Conference “Issues of Far Eastern Literatures”. Saint Petersburg, 2014. Pp. 302-310.
  • Modernism in Japanese Literature // Modernism in Asian and African Literatures. Collective Monograph. Saint Petersburg, 2014. Pp. 270-298.
  • Short-Short Stories in the Creative Activity of Contemporary Japanese Writers Akagawa Jirō and Atōda Takashi // in: Bulletin of Saint Petersburg State University, №1,2015. Pp. 81-90.
  • The Problem of Suicide and Double Suicide in Contemporary Japanese  Literature // in: Bulletin of Saint Petersburg State University,№ 2, 2016. Pp. 74-81. (Language: English)
  • Otherworldly Forces and Mythical Creatures in Contemporary Japanese Literature  //  in: Proceedings and Materials of the VIIth International Conference “Issues of Far Eastern Literatures”. Saint Petersburg, 2016. Pp. 318-322.
  • Imagination as an Artistic Method and a Source of the Plots in Shōto Shōto Short Stories of   Contemporary Japanese Writers Akagawa Jirō and Atōda Takashi // in: Consciousness, Theatre, Literature and the Arts. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016. Pp. 119-128. (Language: English)
  • The Japanese Grammar Textbook. Saint Petersburg, 2018. 160 p.

Publications intended for a general audience in Russian:

  • The Japanese Poet Matsuo Basho and His Creative Activity // in: Vsemirnyj Sledopyt Cultural Journal, № 16. Saint Petersburg, 2005. Pp. 44-51.
  • Ishida Ira. The Star Made of Foil [Translation of the story by contemporary Japanese writer Ishida Ira from Japanese into Russian] // In: Foreign Literature (Journal), № 2, 2012. Pp. 143-148.

International Grants and Fellowships:

  • September–December 2005: Participant of the Japanese-Language Program for Researchers and Postgraduate Students in the Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Kansai.
  • September 2008 – March 2009: Participant of the Long-Term Training Program for Foreign Teachers of the Japanese  Language in the Japan Foundation  Japanese-Language  Institute, Urawa.
  • July–August 2013: Participant of the Short-Term Training Program for Foreign Teachers of the Japanese Language (Summer Course) in the Japan Foundation Japanese- Language Institute, Urawa
  • October 2016: Visiting Professor, Osaka City University, Graduate School of Literature and Human Sciences.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Fluent in: English, Japanese;
  • Read and write with vocabulary, understand and can sustain most discussions on familiar matters: Spanish, French.

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