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[Forum] Beijing Normal University held a lecture on "Pushkin: Why is Russia's modern literary status established?"

Published: 2019-11-18



Article source: Library

Editor: Gao Wei

On November 12, 2019, the seminar hosted by the Beijing Normal University Library, the National and regional research base of the Ministry of Education, the Russian Research Center of Beijing Normal University, Beijing Normal University College of Literature, and the Intercultural Institute of Beijing Normal University: How to establish the status of Russian modern literacy" was held in the third-level academic lecture hall of the library. This seminar is the 387th lecture of the library expert lecture. The speaker of the lecture was Wu Xiaodu, a specially invited researcher at the Institute of Foreign Literature of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Professor Li Zhengrong from the School of Literature of Beijing Normal University presided over the lecture. About 200 teachers and students from our school and related institutions attended the lecture.

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Speaker: Researcher Wu Xiaodu, Institute of Foreign Languages, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

2019 marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of new China, the 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Russia (Soviet Union), and the 220th anniversary of the birth of the founder of modern Russian literature, "the sun of Russian poetry", Pushkin, an old friend of Chinese readers. The lecture by researcher Wu Xiaodu started from three aspects: the Russian Soviet literature complex between Pushkin and Chinese readers, the rise of Pushkin and Russian literature, and the decline of Pushkin in Russia and the reconstruction of his throne. It introduced the basic situation of Pushkin's creation, the inspiration brought by Pushkin to contemporary and future writers, and the current situation and research of Pushkin at home and abroad from the perspective of comparative literature between China and Russia, this paper interprets Pushkin's lofty literary status and its causes, and interprets the "poetic sense" in Pushkin's poems, which coincides with Li Bai, Du Fu, Bai Juyi, Liu Yuxi and other famous Chinese scholars. Wu Xiaodu also takes the creative arrangement of the opening and closing ceremonies of the Sochi Winter Olympics as an example to analyze the tradition of "literature centralism" inherited by Russia from the Pushkin era and its enlightenment. At the end of the lecture, researcher Wu Xiaodu listed the reading bibliography for all. Professor Li Zhengrong showed all the version of Pushkin's works that he had collected. The library also introduced the Vchat topic of foreign language appreciation launched at the same time and the available Russian resources to encourage more students to continue their exploration and research.

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Guest Host: Professor Li Zhengrong, School of Literature, Beijing Normal University

In this lecture, researcher Wu Xiaodu brought an "encyclopedia-style" academic enjoyment with humorous language, broad vision and poetic metaphor, which gave us a new and deeper understanding of Pushkin's literary achievements, and the Russian culture, Russian culture and Sino Russian cultural exchanges. During the lecture, everyone listened carefully, thought carefully, and interacted actively.

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"Expert lecture" is a large-scale public welfare academic lecture held by the library of Beijing Normal University with the support of the University. It has been held since 1990. The purpose of the lecture is to provide professional information services and knowledge services for the teachers and students of the whole school and help the teaching and scientific research of our school through experts' lectures on the cutting-edge disciplines and social hot spots.



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