New East Symposium
Mark Lipovetsky Born and educated in the USSR, Mark Lipovetsky has lived in the U.S. since 1996. His research interests include such subjects as post-Soviet culture, Russian post-modernism, post-Soviet drama, late Soviet nonconformist culture, and tricksters in Soviet culture. Lipovetsky edited 5-volumes of Dmitry Prigov’s collected works and currently is working on his critical biography. Lipovetsky’s works were nominated for the Russian Little Booker Prize (1997) and short-listed for the Andrey Bely Prize (2008). In 2014, Lipovetsky received an award of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages for the outstanding contribution to scholarship. In 2019, Lipovetsky was awarded the Andrei Belyi Prize for his service to Russian literature. A History of Russian Literature (Oxford, 2018), which Lipovetsky co-authored, received the Honorable Mention from the MLA Aldo and Jeanne Scaglione Prize for Studies in Slavic Languages and Literatures.