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supervisor: Prof. Rosita D'Amora, Sapienza-Università di Roma (Sapienza University of Rome)
co-supervisor: Prof. Olcay Akyıldız, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi (Boğaziçi University)

Research: Mythology as a Subject of Intertextuality in Postmodern Turkish Literature

Anastasiia Rudnytska, Curriculum in Arabic, Iranian and Islamic Studies, 37 cycle

Postmodernism is a movement that emerged in the mid-20th century and aims to destroy the norms and values of modernism, as well as to create its own style. One of the features of this style is the technique of intertextuality, which manifests itself in the form of using the structure, plot or motifs of an existing literary work within another one.
In postmodern literature we often see a direct or indirect reference of an author to a myth that acts as a representative of the same or another culture. According to M. Bakhtin, due to the fact that one culture can show its individuality and originality only in the presence of another, this type of relationship is simply necessary. However, when functioning within the framework of other works myths, acquiring a new form, turn into "neo-myths", which in modern literature have 2 trends, namely: to increase their own power in response to a change in the generally accepted picture of the world and to damage their structure, as a result of combining styles by authors and parodying the works of others, which is the reason for the lack of original ideas.
The aim of the research is to analyze the process of transformation of Classical and Turkic myths within postmodern novels into neo-myths – borrowed for the aesthetic purposes mythological motifs and plots; to establish the level of intertextual relations between myths and novels that will be analyzed, to determine the influence of an author's view and opinion on their interpretation and the evolution of common to these novels and myths motifs according to the chain “folklore-mythology-literature”.

October 2021 – present – PhD student, Italian Institute of Oriental Studies, Sapienza University of Rome
Thesis title: Mythology as a Subject of Intertextuality in Postmodern Turkish Literature
Tutor: Prof. Rosita D'Amora, Prof. Olcay Akyıldız

September 2019 – May 2021 – Master’s Degree, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
Educational Programme: Oriental Philology, Western European Language and Translation: Turkish Language and Literature
Thesis title: Implementation of The Myths "King Oedipus" and "Rustem and Sohrab" in Orhan Pamuk's Novel "The Red-Haired Woman"

September 2015 – June 2019 – Bachelor’s Degree with honours, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
Study Programme: Turkish Language and Literature and Translation
Thesis title: Aspectual Grammaticalization of Analytical Verb Forms of the Modern Turkish Language

Research products

11573/1697220 - 2023 - Preliminary Notes on the Use of Alcohol in Cemal Süreya’s Poems
Rudnytska, Anastasiia - 02a Capitolo o Articolo
book: Percorsi in Civiltà dell'Asia e dell'Africa III. Quaderni di studi dottorali alla Sapienza - ()

11573/1604290 - 2021 - Different types of intertextual relationships in Orhan Pamuk’s novel “The Red-Haired Woman”
Arnaut, Fedora; Rudnytska, Anastasiia - 01a Articolo in rivista
paper: PERIODYK NAUKOWY AKADEMII POLONIJNE (Częstochowa: "Educator") pp. 20-25 - issn: 2543-8204 - wos: (0) - scopus: (0)

11573/1604281 - 2021 - Зміна міфологічних мотивів за ланцюгом "фольклор-міфологія-література" (на основі міфів "Цар Едіп", "Рустем і Шахраб" і роману Орхана Памука "Рудоволоса жінка") (Change of mythological motifs in the chain "folklore-mythology-literature" (on the example of myths “King Oedipus”, “Rustem and Suhrab” and Orhan Pamuk's novel “The Red-Haired Woman”)
Rudnytska, Anastasiia; Arnaut, Fedora - 01a Articolo in rivista
paper: SCIENCE AND EDUCATION A NEW DIMENSION (Budapest: Society for Cultural and Scientific Progress in Central and Eastern Europe) pp. 51-54 - issn: 2308-1996 - wos: (0) - scopus: (0)

11573/1604243 - 2020 - Метамистецтво у романі Орхана Памука "Рудоволоса жінка" (Metafiction in Orhan Pamuk's novel "The Red-Haired Woman")
Rudnytska, Anastasiia; Arnaut, Fedora - 01a Articolo in rivista
paper: NAUKOVIJ VISNIK MIZNARODNOGO GUMANITARNONO UNIVERSITETU SERIA FILOLOGIA (Odesa: Mìžnarodnij gumanìtarnij unìversitet) pp. 101-104 - issn: 2409-1154 - wos: (0) - scopus: (0)

11573/1604294 - 2019 - Десемантизація дієслова "gelmek" в аналітичних формах турецької, азербайджанської і туркменської мов (Desemantization of the verb "gelmek" in the analytical forms of Turkish, Azerbaijani and Turkmen languages)
Rudnytska, Anastasiia; Pyshnokha, Olga - 01a Articolo in rivista
paper: MOVA Ì KULʹTURA () pp. 62-69 - issn: 2522-493X - wos: (0) - scopus: (0)

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