PhD Student

PhD program:: XXXIX
phone: +420731406424

co-supervisor: prof. Hana Kosáková; prof. Tomáš Glanc

Research: Issues of Editorial Processing of Unpublished Texts from the Estate of Nikolaj Terlecky

Natálie Nováková graduated from the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague with a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Russian Language and Literature with her Bachelor's thesis "The Novel Petrushka´s Syndrome as a Reaction to Russian Modernism". In this context, she conducted an interview with Dina Rubina, a Russian writer living in Israel, published on the student Slavic magazine SlavicumPress website, of which she was a student co-editor for two years. The topic of her master's thesis was "Nikolaj Terlecky's Literary Legacy in Czech Literature ". Since 2023, Natálie Nováková has been enrolled in the joint double degree in the doctoral programme in German and Slavonic Studies at Sapienza University (Rome, Italy) and Charles University (Prague, Czech Republic) with the research project "Issues of Editorial Processing of Unpublished Texts from the Estate of Nikolaj Terlecky". In her research project, she would like to map the life and work of the forgotten writer comprehensively and, with the help of comparative analysis, attempt to integrate his works into the context of Czech and Russian literature of the 20th century. The project aims to publish a critical edition of Terlecky's texts. She is particularly interested in contemporary Russian, Czech and Slovak literature and textual criticism.

Research products

11573/1696719 - 2022 - Ohlédnutí za staronovou uměleckou biografií Jurije Jelagina
Novakova, Natalie - 01d Recensione
paper: SVET LITERATURY (Praha: Filozofická fakulta Univerzity Karlovy, 2005- Praha: Literární akademie s.r.o., 3 Praha: Filozofická fakulta Univerzity Karlovy, 2 Praha: Kruh moderních filologů při AV ČR, 1 Pardubice: Mlejnek, 1991-1999 Amsterdam Netherlands: ohn Benjamins) pp. 183-186 - issn: 0862-8440 - wos: (0) - scopus: (0)

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