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Zahar Davydov

Editor, Toronto Slavic Quarterly

Alumni Hall, 121 St. Joseph Street, Room 406A

tel: 416-926-1300 (3219) or 416-619-5215
email: zdavydov@yahoo.com

Research Interests:

History of Russian Literature and Culture of XVIII-XX centuries.
History of Contemporary Russian and Ukrainian Literature.

Education:

B.Sc.-M.Sc., 1965-1971 - Engineering & Construction, Institute, Kiev, USSR
Ph.D. - 1991-1995 - The Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Department of Russian & Slavic Studies, Jerusalem, Israel

Recent scholarship:

Books

Vse daty bytiia/ Maksimilian Voloshyn
Moskva: Vagrius, ed. V.Kupchenko , 2004, 352 p.

"--I golos moi--nabat" : o knige M.A. Voloshina
"Demony glukhonemye" / ed. S.M. Shvartsband
(Studi slavi / Dipartimento di linguistica, Universita
degli studi di Pisa ; no. 7)
Pisa: ECIG, 1997. 136 p.

Krym Maksimiliana Voloshina
Kiev: "Mystetstvo", ed. V. Kupchenko, 1994. 366 p.

Izbrannoe: stikhotvoreniia, vospominaniia,
perepiska / Maksimilian Voloshin
Minsk: Mastatskaia literatura, ed. V.Kupchenko 1993.
478 p.

Avtobiograficheskaia proza. Dnevniki / Maksimilian
Voloshin
Moskva: Kniga, ed. V.Kupchenko 1991. 413 p.

Stikhotvoreniia, stat'i, vospominaniia sovremennikov
/ Maksimilian Voloshin
Moskva: Izd-vo Pravda, ed. V.Kupchenko 1991. 478 p.

Koktebel'skie berega / Maksimilian Voloshin
Simferopol, 1990, 248 p.

Vospominaniia o Maksimiliane Voloshine.
Moskva: Sov. pisatel', ed. V.Kupchenko 1990. 717 p.

Putnik po vselennym / Maksimilian Voloshin
Moskva: "Sov. Rossiia", ed. V.Kupchenko 1990. 380 p.

Sredotochie vseh putei / Maksimilian Voloshin
Moskva, Moskovskii rabochii, ed. V.Kupchenko
1989, 605 p.

Journals Edited

Toronto Slavic Quarterly: academic electronic
journal in slavic studies. Co-editor K.Lantz
Toronto: Dept. of Slavic Languages and Literatures,
University of Toronto, 2002 (N1)- 2003(N2-4)

Jews and Slavs. Vol. 5 - Jerusalem, Co-editors
W.Moskowich, S.Schvartsband, L.Finberg,1996.

 

 
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