Fellow
Katica Kulavkova
  • Poet and Academician
  • kkulavkova@gmail.com

Chief of Department at Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts; Professor of Literary Theory at the University in Skopje; Vice President of PEN International; Member of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences & Arts; Member of the European Academy of Sciences & Arts (Salzburg)

Information

Membership Number: FCA1416

Membership Type: Fellowship

Division: Humanities

Corresponding Email: kkulavkova@gmail.com

Homepage(s): https://independent.academia.edu/KataKjulavkova

 

Present and Previous Positions

Chief of Department at Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts


Professor of Literary Theory at the University in Skopje

Vice President of PEN International

 

Fields of Scholarship and Research Interests

Comparative Literature, Macedonian and Balkan cultures, Slavic, French and European literatures, poetics and hermeneutics

 

Honors, Awards and Other Membership

Member of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences & Arts

Member of the European Academy of Sciences & Arts (Salzburg)

 

Selected Publications

Poetry: Annunciation 1975; The Act 1978; Our Consonant 1981; New Sweat 1984; Neuralgic Spots (bilingual edition, Serbian/Macedonian) 1986; Thirst 1989; 1989; Wild Thought (selection) 1989; Domino, 1993; Exorcising Evil, 1997; Via Lasciva (into French) 1998; Time Difference (into English), 1998; Preludium, 1998,World-In-Between, 2000, Expulsion du mal (into French, Canada, Ecrits des Forges) 2002, Dead Angle, 2004, Dorinte (into Romanian 2004), Thin Ice (2008), Niked Eye (2010, haiku poems in six languages), Dark Age (2011, Into English), Erato (2011, into English), Soifs (2011, into French), Feet to the Fire (2013); Haiku Elegies (2013).

  • Short stories: Autopsia (Another Time), 1001 Short Fictions (2015), and
    Several books of essays and literary theory: Figurative Speech and Macedonian Poetry, Pact and Impact, Stone of Temptation, Cahiers, Small Literary Theory, Theory of Literature, introduction (2004, into English), Hermeneutics of Identities (2006), The Demon of Interpretation (2009), Macedonian Temptations and other essays (2012), Open Poetics (2016).
    She has also been the editor of several anthologies of Macedonian & world short stories, essays and poetry. She has been editor of several readers and anthologies (Balkan Image of the World, Glossary of Literary Theory, Memory and Interpretation, The Black Arab as a Figure of Memory, New Literary Theory and Hermeneutics, Poetics anf Hermeneutics, Dialogue of Interpretations, Theory of Intertextuality, Poetics and Hermeneutics, Interpretations Vol. 1 on Violence & Art, Interpretations Vol. 1 on Memory and Art, The Black Arab as a Figure of Memory – Interpretations vol. 3, The Art of Dance).


Other Information

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