Boris (Rodin) Maslov

Førsteamanuensis - Institutt for filosofi, idé- og kunsthistorie og klassiske språk

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Emneord: Klassiske språk, Litteratur og litteraturvitenskap, Poesi


  • Pindar and the Emergence of Literature. Сambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.
  • Persistent Forms: Explorations in Historical Poetics, co-edited with Ilya Kliger. New York: Fordham University Press (Series “Verbal Arts: Studies in Poetics”), 2016.
  • Sub specie philologiae: ocherki sravnitel’noi istoricheskoi semantiki, co-edited with Yury Kagarlitskiy and Dmitri Kalugin. In progress.
  • with Tatiana Nikitina. “Rhyme in European Verse: A Case for Quantitative Historical Poetics.” Forthcoming in Comparative Literature.
  • “Lyric Universality,” Forthcoming in Cambridge Companion to World Literature, ed. by B. Etherington and J. Zimbler. Cambridge: CUP, 2018.
  • “How to Murder a Work of Art: Philology, Historical Poetics, and the Morphological Method.” Poetics Today 38: 3 (2017): 485-518 (special issue “Historical Poetics in Theory”).
  • “The Children of Mnemosyne: a contrastive metapoetics of Pindar and Bacchylides.” Philologia Classica 11.2 (2016) 223-243.  
  • “The Genealogy of the Muses: an internal reconstruction of Archaic Greek metapoetics.” American Journal of Philology 137.3 (2016): 411-47.
  • “Metapragmatics, Toposforschung, Marxist Stylistics: Three Extensions of Veselovsky’s Historical Poetics.” In Persistent Forms: Explorations in Historical Poetics, ed. I. Kliger and B. Maslov, 128-162. New York: Fordham UP, 2016.
  • with Ilya Kliger, “Introducing Historical Poetics: History, Experience, Form.” In Persistent Forms: Explorations in Historical Poetics, ed. I. Kliger and B. Maslov, 1-36. New York: Fordham UP, 2016.
  • with Tatiana Nikitina. “Verse structure and literary tradition: Correlating rhyme and stress in the Onegin stanza.” Style 49.4 (2015): 439-469.
  • “Why Republics Always Fail: Pondering Feofan Prokopovich’s poetics of absolutism.” ВИВЛIОθИКА: E-Journal of Eighteenth-Century Russian Studies 2 (2014) 24-46.
  • “The dialect basis of choral lyric and the history of poetic languages in Archaic Greece.” Symbolae Osloenses 87 (2013): 1-29.
  • “Comparative Literature and Revolution, or the Many Arts of (Mis)Reading Alexander Veselovsky.” Compar(a)ison: An International Journal of Comparative Literature 2008 [2013] 2: 101-129.
  • with Tatiana Nikitina. “Redefining constructio praegnans: on the variation between allative and locative expressions in Ancient Greek.” Journal of Greek Linguistics 13 (2013) 103-141.
  • “Pindaric temporality, Goethe’s Augenblick, and the invariant plot of Tiutchev’s lyric” Comparative Literature 64.4 (2012) 356-381.
  • Oikeiōsis pros theon: Gregory of Nazianzus and the heteronomous subject of Eastern Christian penance.” Journal of Ancient Christianity/Zeitschrift für Antikes Christentum 16.2 (2012) 309-341.
  • “The limits of Platonism: Gregory of Nazianzus and the invention of theōsis.” Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 52 (2012) 440-468.
  • “The real life of the genre of prooimion.Classical Philology 107.3 (2012) 191-205.
  • “From (theogonic) mythos to (poetic) logos: reading Pindar’s genealogical metaphors after Freidenberg.” Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions 12.1 (2012) 49-77.
  • “The metrical evidence for pre-Mycenaean hexameter epic reconsidered.” Indoevropeiskoe iazykoznanie i klassicheskaia filologiia XV (2011) 376-389.
  • “The semantics of ἀοιδός and related compounds: Towards a historical poetics of solo performance in Archaic Greece.” Classical Antiquity 28.1 (2009) 1-38.
  • Translations (into English) of A. N. Veselovsky, “From the Introduction to Historical Poetics” and “The  Age of Sensibility”; O. M. Freidenberg, “Oresteia in the Odyssey”, M. L. Gasparov, “Columbus’ egg, or the structure of the novella.” In Persistent Forms: Explorations in Historical Poetics, 39-64, 165-171, 255-273.
  • Translation (into English) of V. M. Zhivov, “Conceptual History, Cultural History, Social History.” ВИВЛIОθИКА: E-Journal of Eighteenth-Century Russian Studies 2 (2014) 1-15.
  • Ed., with an introductory note, A. N. Veselovsky, “Envisioning World Literature in 1863: From the Reports on a Mission Abroad,” translation by Jennifer Flaherty. PMLA 128.2 (2013) 439-451.
  • Maslov, Boris (2019). Republican liberty and the Pindaric genealogy of modern abstractions. Contributions to the History of Concepts.  ISSN 1807-9326.  14(1), s 42- 65 . doi: 10.3167/choc.2019.140103
  • Maslov, Boris & Nikitina, Tatiana (2019). Rhyme in European verse: A case for quantitative historical poetics. Comparative Literature.  ISSN 0010-4124.  71(2), s 194- 212 . doi: 10.1215/00104124-7339149
  • Maslov, Boris (2018). Lyric Universality, In Ben Etherington & Jarad Zimbler (ed.),  The Cambridge Companion to World Literature.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781108613354.  Chapter 8.  s 133 - 148
  • Maslov, Boris (2018). “Zrelishche nachal i kontsov: tragediia v teoreticheskoi optike O. M. Freidenberg” [Gazing at the beginnings and the ends: tragedy in the theoretical optics of O. M. Freidenberg]. Вестник РГГУ.  ISSN 2073-6355.  36, s 98- 137 . doi: 10.28995/2073-6355-2018-3-98-137
Publisert 2. feb. 2018 09:59 - Sist endret 16. mars 2018 11:42