Savina Valentina V. (email@example.com) – Doctor of Philosophy, a specialist in the sphere of German-Russian literary relations, the history of German and Austrian literature of the 19th and 20th centuries, German culture. Until July, 2018 she worked as an Associate Professor at the Linguistics University of Nizhny Novgorod (the Chair of Theory and Practice of the German Language). Since September, 2018 she has been working at the National Research University of Nizhny Novgorod as an Associate Professor of the Institute of Philology and Journalism. She is the author of a number of papers devoted to the image of Russia in German and Austrian literature. She has written the chapter on the German myth of Russia, and she is a co-author of the chapter of the Austrian myth of Russia.
Awerkina Svetlana N. (firstname.lastname@example.org) – Doctor of Philosophy, Head of the Chair of Russian Philology, Foreign Literature and Intercultural Communication of the Linguistics University of Nizhny Novgorod; Director of the Center of Swiss Culture (associated with LUNN); a specialist in the sphere of German, Austrian and Swiss literature of the 20th and 21st centuries, of intercultural communication comparative literature and the theory and history of translation. She is the author of the book ‘From the Idyll to the Catastrophe: Reception of A. Stifter in T. Mann’s Works’ and a number of papers about Russia images and influences in works by Austrian, German and Swiss writers. She is a coauthor of the chapter on the Austrian myth of Russia.
Fomin Sergey M. (email@example.com) – Doctor of Philosophy, Professor of the Chair of Russian Philology, Foreign Literature and Intercultural Communication of the Linguistics University of Nizhny Novgorod; a Visiting Professor and the University ‘Paris 8’ and at the Higher Normal School (Lion); a specialist in the sphere of French literature of the 19th – 21st centuries, psychological prose, Russian-French literary connections. He is the author of a number of papers about Russian-French literary interrelations and about the image of Russia in contemporary French literature. He is the author of the chapter of the French myth of Russia.
Koroleva Svetlana B. (firstname.lastname@example.org) – Doctor of Philosophy, Associate Professor of the Chair of Teaching Russian as a Native and a Foreign Language of the Linguistics University of Nizhny Novgorod; Senior Researcher at the Institute of Perspective Research (Moscow Pedagogical State University); a specialist in the sphere of the history of English and Russian literatures of the 19th and 20th centuries, of comparative literary studies, of imagology, Russian-British literary connections and the history and theory of translation. The author of the book ‘The Myth of Russia in British Literature and Culture (until the 1920s)’ and a number of papers devoted to Russian images in the works by British writers of the 19th and of the 20th centuries. She is the coordinator of the project and the author of the chapters on Russian culture and the myth of Russia in British culture.