Professor Matthias Schwartz
Slavist/historian, research associate for the project Affective Realism. Contemporary Eastern European Literatures
- Research associate for the project East-Western Cultures of Affect(2014–2016 )
- Researcher, Institute for East European Studies and Peter Szondi Institute for Comparative Literature, Freie Universität Berlin/ Germany (2004-2014)
- Research Associate for the Project The European Subject and the ‘Homo Sovieticus’, Centre for Literary and Cultural Research Berlin (ZfL)/ Germany (2012-2013)
- Deputy Junior Professor for West Slavic Literatures (Polish Studies), Department for Slavic Studies/ Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/ Germany (2010-2012)
- Research Fellow at the Department for Slavic Studies/ Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin/ Germany (2001-2004)
- Editor and Author of the Russian Journal for Culture and Politics Zerkalo Zagadok, Berlin/ Germany (1995-2002)
- Symposium Shalamov. Readings (co-organizer)/ ZfL Berlin, Germany (2016)
- International Conference After Memory. Conflicting Claims to World War II in Contemporary Eastern European Literatures (co-organizer)/ ZfL Berlin, Germany (2015)
- Workshop Imperial Emotions. On the Conceptualisation of East-Western Cultures of Affect (co-organizer)/ ZfL Berlin, Germany (2014)
- International Conference Blackbox Youth. New Perspectives on East-European Youth Cultures (co-organizer)/ FU Berlin, Germany (2012)
- International Workshop Gagarin as a Memory Figure and Archive Body (co-organizer)/ German-Russian Museum Karlshorst, Germany (2011)
- Lecture series Eastern European Cultures in a Multipolar World (co-organizer)/ Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, Germany (2011)
- Eastern European Youth Cultures in a Global Context. New York 2016 (co-edited with Heike Winkel).
- Archeologies of a Past Future. Science Fiction Films from Communist Eastern Europe, in: Rainer Rother, Annika Schaefer (Hg.): Future Imperfect. Science – Fiction – Film, Berlin 2017, S. 96-117.
- Utopia Going Underground. On Lukyanenko’s and Gluckhovskii’s Literary Refigurations of Postsocialist Belongings between Loyalty and Dissidence to the State, in: The Russian Review 75 (2016), pp. 589-603.
- Everything Feels Bad. Figurations of the Self in Contemporary Eastern European Literatures, in: Matthias Schwartz, Heike Winkel (eds): Eastern European Youth Cultures in a Global Context, New York 2016, pp. 145-160.
- Observing the Imperial Gaze: On Peter Fleischmann's 'Es ist nicht leicht ein Gott zu sein', in: Science Fiction Film and Television 8:2 (2015) (Special Issue 'Filming the Strugatzskiis', eds. Miureann Maguire and Andrei Rogatchevski), pp. 219-232.
- How “Nauchnaya fantastika” Was Made: The Debates About the Genre of Science Fiction from NEP to High Stalinism, in: Slavic Review, 2 (2013), pp. 224-246.
- A Dream Come True. Close Encounters with Outer Space in Soviet Popular Scientific Journals of the 1950s and 1960s, in: Scheide, Carmen; Richers, Julia; Rüthers, Monica; Maurer, Eva. (eds.): Soviet Space Culture. Cosmic Enthusiam in Socialist Societies, New York 2011, pp. 232-250.
- Guests from Outer Space: Occult Aspects of Soviet Science Fiction, in: Menzel, Birgit; Hagemeister, Michael; Rosenthal, Bernice Glatzer (eds.): The New Age of Russia. Occult Esoteric Dimensions, München 2011, pp. 209-235