Profilo

marco.sabbatini@unipi.it

Marco Sabbatini è professore associato all’Università di Pisa, Dipartimento di Filologia, Letteratura e Linguistica. Insegna Letteratura russa, Storia della cultura russa, e Lingua e traduzione russa. I principali ambiti di ricerca riguardano la Russia moderna e contemporanea. Ai fenomeni della cultura indipendente sono dedicati diversi contributi, con particolare riferimento al Samizdat e alla letteratura di epoca sovietica. Altri ambiti di indagine riguardano il dissenso, la letteratura di emigrazione e la la diplomazia culturale.
Dirige la collana di Studi e ricerche sulla Russia “Masterskaja 20”.
Co-dirige il progetto di ricerca e portale web “Voci libere in URSS” (FUP 2021).
Dal 2017 al 2022 eletto nel Consiglio direttivo dell’Associazione italiana Slavisti (AIS).
Dal 2019 nel comitato scientifico della collana Biblioteca di Studi Slavistici.

EN – Marco Sabbatini teaches Russian Literature and Language at the University of Pisa – Department of Philology Literature and Linguistics. Ph.D. of the University of Rome – La Sapienza in 2004 (XVI cycle), from 2004 to 2007 he was an Assistant Professor at the University of Perugia and Macerata (2004-2007). He worked as a Researcher  at the University of Macerata (2007-2017). Main research interests: Modern and Contemporary Russian Literature, Culture and History. He is a specialist of XX century Russian Literature (poetics and theory), Russo-Italian cultural emigration and relations. Author of several works about Samizdat, Soviet culture and Unofficial literature.  Teaching: Russian Literature and Culture, History of Russian Culture, Russian Language and Translation

RUS – Пизанский университет – Италия; Профессор русской литературы и культуры Филологического факультета – Д.Ф.Н. Ph.D. Основные научные интересы:  Самиздат, теория  литературы ХХ века,  русско-итальянские культурные отношения, советская культура, русская современная поэзия и неофициальная литература. На эту последнюю тему опубликовал ряд работ, посвященных ленинградскому андеграунду и второй литературной действительности. Дидактика: Русская литература, История русской культуры, Русский язык и художественный перевод.

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We condemn the military action perpetrated by the Russian Federation against the state and people of Ukraine and calls for a peaceful solution to the current conflict. We express our solidarity with the Ukrainian people and hope that a climate of mutual understanding can soon be re-established. We remain convinced that Russian culture should promote dialogue and brotherhood, following the example of the works of the country’s great ‘humanist’ writers, from Alexander Pushkin’s ‘Universal Response’ to Lev Tolstoy’s non-violence. We confirm our commitment to cultural dialogue based on the pursuit of knowledge and the defence of the principles of freedom and pluralism.