Andrii Pecharskyi

Position: Professor, The Ukrainian Literature Department named after academician Mykhailo Vozniak

Scientific degree: Doctor of Philological Sciences

Academic status: Professor

Phone (office): 0322394190

Email: andriy.pecharskyy@lnu.edu.ua

Google Scholar profile: scholar.google.com

Research interests

Literary studies, psychoanalysis, linguistics, theology.

 

Publications

Monographs:

  1. Pecharskyi A. Poetics of Osyp Turianskyi’s works: a monograph. – Lviv: I. Franko LNU, 2003. – 202 p.
  2. Pecharskyi A. Psychoanalytic aspect of Ukrainian fiction of the first third of the 20th century: a monograph. – Lviv: I. Franko LNU, 2011. – 466 p.
  3. Pecharskyi A. The artistic world of Vasyl Symonenko’s works: texts and contexts: a monograph. – Uzhhorod: Published in “TIMPANI”, 2018. – 188 p.

Publications:                

Poetics of style and genre

  1. Poetics of love in Vasyl Symonenko’s works: history, facts, interpretation // Slovo i Chas. – 2013. – No. 1. – PP. 23–31.
  2. In the novelistic droplet of Vasyl Symonenko’s poetic universe // Slovo i Chas. – 2013. – No. 9. – P. 34–44.
  3. Homo Ludens and the epic vector of the Ukrainian Sixtiers: anti-war context // Scientific works of the I. Ohienko Kamianets-Podilskyi National University. – Philological sciences. – 2014. – Issue 35. – PP. 129–132.

Psychoanalysis and artistic creativity

  1. The mystery of the criminal past of Andrii Holovko: Oedipus complex, situation and conflict // Ukrainian word-Ukrainian Weekly Newspaper. – Chicago (USA). – 2008. – No. 46. – 17 November. – P. 48.
  2. Psychological horizons of Valerian Pidmohylnyi’s works: history, facts, interpretations // Ukrainian word-Ukrainian Weekly Newspaper. – Chicago (USA). – 2009. – No. 48. – 26 September. – P. 44.
  3. Psychoanalytic discourse of Ukrainian intellectual novels of the late 20s of the 20th century // Bulletin of Kharkiv National University named after V. N. Karazin. – Series: Philology. – No. 846. – Kharkiv, 2009. – Issue 56. – PP. 110–115.
  4. Psychoanalytical aspects of anti-war themes in Olha Kobylianska’s works: a comparative analysis // Scientific Bulletin of Chernivtsi University. Slavic philology. – Chernivtsi, 2011. – Issue 545–546. – PP. 54–57.
  5. Literary discourse of Vasyl Symonenko in the press of the totalitarian regime // Bulletin of Lviv University. – Series: Journalism. – 2018. – Issue 43. – PP. 31–37.

Literary and critical assessments

  1. “The code of Ukrainian literature is the development of national statehood…” (Honoring the memory of Nila Zborovska) // Slovo i Chas. – 2018. – N 11. – P. 62–64.

Literary comparative studies

  1. Anti-totalitarian discourse of “Croatian Rhapsody” by M. Krleža and “Beyond pain” by O. Turianskyi // Bulletin of Lviv University. Philological series. 2018. – Issue 69. – PP. 228–233.

Monographs:

  1. Pecharskyi A. Poetics of Osyp Turianskyi’s works: a monograph. – Lviv: I. Franko LNU, 2003. – 202 p.
  2. Pecharskyi A. Psychoanalytic aspect of Ukrainian fiction of the first third of the 20th century: a monograph. – Lviv: I. Franko LNU, 2011. – 466 p.
  3. Pecharskyi A. The artistic world of Vasyl Symonenko’s works: texts and contexts: a monograph. – Uzhhorod: Published in “TIMPANI”, 2018. – 188 p.

Publications:                

Poetics of style and genre

  1. Poetics of love in Vasyl Symonenko’s works: history, facts, interpretation // Slovo i Chas. – 2013. – No. 1. – PP. 23–31.
  2. In the novelistic droplet of Vasyl Symonenko’s poetic universe // Slovo i Chas. – 2013. – No. 9. – P. 34–44.
  3. Homo Ludens and the epic vector of the Ukrainian Sixtiers: anti-war context // Scientific works of the I. Ohienko Kamianets-Podilskyi National University. – Philological sciences. – 2014. – Issue 35. – PP. 129–132.

 

Psychoanalysis and artistic creativity

  1. The mystery of the criminal past of Andrii Holovko: Oedipus complex, situation and conflict // Ukrainian word-Ukrainian Weekly Newspaper. – Chicago (USA). – 2008. – No. 46. – 17 November. – P. 48.
  2. Psychological horizons of Valerian Pidmohylnyi’s works: history, facts, interpretations // Ukrainian word-Ukrainian Weekly Newspaper. – Chicago (USA). – 2009. – No. 48. – 26 September. – P. 44.
  3. Psychoanalytic discourse of Ukrainian intellectual novels of the late 20s of the 20th century // Bulletin of Kharkiv National University named after V. N. Karazin. – Series: Philology. – No. 846. – Kharkiv, 2009. – Issue 56. – PP. 110–115.
  4. Psychoanalytical aspects of anti-war themes in Olha Kobylianska’s works: a comparative analysis // Scientific Bulletin of Chernivtsi University. Slavic philology. – Chernivtsi, 2011. – Issue 545–546. – PP. 54–57.
  5. Literary discourse of Vasyl Symonenko in the press of the totalitarian regime // Bulletin of Lviv University. – Series: Journalism. – 2018. – Issue 43. – PP. 31–37.

Literary and critical assessments

  1. “The code of Ukrainian literature is the development of national statehood…” (Honoring the memory of Nila Zborovska) // Slovo i Chas. – 2018. – N 11. – P. 62–64.

Literary comparative studies

  1. Anti-totalitarian discourse of “Croatian Rhapsody” by M. Krleža and “Beyond pain” by O. Turianskyi // Bulletin of Lviv University. Philological series. 2018. – Issue 69. – PP. 228–233.

Biography

Born on October 29, 1972 in Ivano Frankivsk.

Member of the creative literary group the “Spark of Youth” (Ivano-Frankivsk, 1984–1989), the Kyiv Republican Seminar of Young Artists (1985). Author of a number of short stories (“Unforgettable Morning”, “Little Musician” // October. – 1988. – No. 8. – pp. 59–62, etc.).

Graduated from the Ukrainian department of the Faculty of Philology of Ivan Franko Lviv National University (1995); Faculty of Psychology of the Interregional Academy of Personnel Management (2006); postgraduate studies (2000); doctoral studies (2011) of the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.

In 2001, he defended his candidate thesis on the topic “Poetics of the lyrical novel “Beyond pain” by Osyp Turianskyi”; in 2007 was awarded the academic title of associate professor; in 2012 defended his doctoral thesis “Psychoanalytic paradigm of Ukrainian prose of the first third of the 20th century”; in 2015 was awarded the academic title of professor. In 2015, did an internship at the University of Wroclaw.

Member of the editorial board of the academic scientific and theoretical journal “Slovo i Chas” (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine), as well as the scientific journals “Transcarpathian Philological Studies”, “Actual Issues in the Humanities”.

Expert of the expert council of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine for the examination of dissertation works in philological sciences and social communications. Member of the specialized academic council K 76.051.11 for the defense of dissertations for obtaining the scientific degree of candidate of philological sciences (10.01.01 “Ukrainian literature” and 10.01.06 “theory of literature”) at Yurii Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University.

Started the scientific project “Ukraine and the world: dialogue of languages ​​and cultures” (in the field of translation studies of Ukrainian and Chinese verbal creativity).

Projects

“Ukraine and the world: dialogue of languages ​​and cultures”

“Psychoanalysis and verbal creativity: genesis, problems, new perspectives”

Teaching materials

  1. Anthology of Ukrainian and Chinese literature: translation innovations in Lviv “alma mater” (to the 25th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Ukraine and China): Textbook / edited by Andrii Pecharskyi, Sun Keven. – Lviv: I. Franko LNU Publishing House, 2017. – 492 p.
  2. Pecharskyi A. Psychoanalysis and artistic creativity (based on the material of Ukrainian classical literature): Study guide. – Uzhhorod: “TIMPANI” Publishing House, 2018. – 304 p.

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