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Alevtina Solovyova

  • Alevtina Solovyova has been at HSE University since 2018.

Education

2008

Degree
Russian State University for the Humanities

Courses (2019/2020)

Publications3

  • Chapter Solovyova A. Chötgöriin Yaria in the Twenty- rst Century: Mongolian Demonological Beliefs and Mass Culture in the Age of Globalisation, in: Mongolian responses to globalization processes. Bonner Asienstudien Vol. 13. Berlin : EB-Verlag Dr. Brandt, 2017. P. 129-148.
  • Article Mazo O., Gruntov I., Alevtina Solovyova. Mongolian euphemisms and taboos. Animals and hunting // Mongolica Pragensia. Linguistics, Ethnolinguistics, Religion and Culture. 2016. Vol. 9. No. 1. P. 39-58.
  • Article Соловьева А. А. Монгольская демонология в записях Ц. Дамдинсурэна // Вестник РГГУ. Серия: История. Филология. Культурология. Востоковедение. 2016. № 12(21). С. 25-38.

Grants

Grants 

Damdinsuren scholarship, Mongolia, Ulan-Bator, Mongolian State University, 2009.

“Mongol’skiye miphologicheskiye tradicii: areal’niy I sravnitel’no-tipologicheskiy rakursi”, Russian Humanitarian Scientific Fund, 2007, № 07-01-92070e/G; 

“Interpretatsionniye modeli fol’klorno-mifologicheskikh dialektov Mongolii” , Russian Humanitarian Scientific Fund - Mongolian Ministry of education and culture, 2008, № 08-01-92070 e/G;

“Syuzhetno-motivniy ukazatel’ nizshey mifologii Sibiri i Mongolii”, grant of the President of the Russian Federation, 2009, № МК-1849.2009.6, 2009; 

“Mifo-ritual’niye tradicii Sibiri i Mongolii: gipertekstoviy syuzhetno-motivniy ukazatel", Russian Foundation for basic research, 2010-2012, № 10-06-00546;

“Fol’klorniy text, mifologicheskaya kartina mira i ritual’no-magicheskiye praktiki v mongol’skikh ustnikh tradithiyah” Russian Humanitarian Scientific Fund, 2012, № 12-04-18026;

“Obrazi personazhey aktual’noy mifologii v tekstakh sovremennoy kul’turi Kitaya i Mongolii”, Russian Humanitarian Scientific Fund, 2012, 12-04-00336;

"Folklornye dialekty Tsentralnoj Azii", Russian Humanitarian Scientific Fund, 2012, 13-04-18023; 

The ESF DoRa Programme – University of Tartu,the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, 20.02-20.05.2013. 

DAAD, the program “Immanuel Kant III”, University of Bonn, Abteilung fur Mongolistik und Tibetstudien, Institut fur Orient- und Asienwissenschaften (IOA), 01.10.2013-31.03.2014. «Mongolian Shamanistic Invocation Poetry».

The ESF DoRa+ Programme – University of Tartu,the Department of Estonian and Comparative Folklore, 2016.

Russian Science Foundation - till 2019.


Employment history

Job experience

2008- till now – a researcher of the CentreforTypologicaland Semiotic FolkloreStudies.

2010 - till now – a lecturer of the department of Chinese History and Philology, the department of the South and Central Asia History and Philology (Institute of Oriental and Classical Studies, RSUH); courses: “Folklore Traditions of Mongolia and Tibet”, “Comparative folklore”, “Folklore traditions of China”, “Written sources of Chinese culture”, “Chinese popular literature”, “Chinese folklore”.

 

Guest lectures and courses

2016 – 2017

The Orient department, University of Tartu (Estonia) - “Introduction into the anthropological history of Mongolia”, “Contemporary fieldwork experience in China and Mongolia”, “Contemporary Mongolian Buddhism”, “The tradition of street altars in contemporary Macao”.

The Institute for the Study of Religion and Asian studies, University of Bern (Switzerland) - «Supernatural beliefs in contemporary Mongolia». 

Department of Asian, African and Mediterranean Studies,L’Orientale”, University of Naples (Italia) – “An introduction to the historical and cultural anthropology of Mongolia”,“Mongolian mythology and folk beliefs in textual representations and ritual practices”,“Black and yellow faith in contemporary Mongolia”,“Ghost stories and ghost storytelling in contemporary Mongolia”.

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