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Josephine von Zitzewitz

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Josephine von Zitzewitz

Josephine von Zitzewitz is a scholar of Russian literature and translator specializing in Russian poetry. After working at the Universities of Oxford, Bristol, and Cambridge (UK) she is presently Marie Skłodowska Curie Fellow at UIT The Arctic University of Norway, where she studies the phenomenon of contemporary Russian poetry on the internet. In 2013 she won the Compass Translation Award, and in 2015 she was a Translation Fellow at Hawthornden Castle (Scotland). Recent translations have appeared in The Notre Dame Review, Modern Poetry in Translation (UK), Dreamcatcher (UK) and the award-winning bilingual anthology 100 Poems about Moscow (2017).

Articles by Josephine von Zitzewitz

Young Russophonia: New Literature in Russian
By Hilah Kohen & Josephine von Zitzewitz
These writings spark immediate conversations through rapid-fire literary texts rather than typical online commentary.
Three Observations, Untitled
By Ksenia Zheludova
The most horrible things, remember this, are incremental.
Translated from Russian by Josephine von Zitzewitz
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