Pavel M. Lavrinets


Doctor of Humanities, Associate Professor, 

Head of the Department of Russian Philology, Vilnius University (Vilnius, Lithuania).

Researcher ID: Q-6364-2017


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N.S. Leskov and Polish Literature. Moscow, 1992 (nostrified as PhD).

Research interests:

Lithuanian-Russian and Polish-Lithuanian literary ties; history of Russian literature in Lithuania; literature of the Russian emigration; sociology of literature.

Professional service

Member of the editorial board of the 9th volume of the “Baltic Archive” (Russian culture).

Editor-in-chief of the international Internet magazine “Baltic Archive”.

Member of the Scientific Commission of the Faculty of Philology, Vilnius University.

Member of the Committee for the Development of a Master's Program (Russian Studies), Vilnius University.

Teaching activities (courses):

Russian culture; Russian literature on the Internet; literature and digital technologies; Vilnius at the crossroads of the 19th and 20th centuries; society and culture of Russia; East and West in Russian culture; sociology of Russian literature; Russian versification; literature of the émigré society and the culture of Russia, etc.


Selected scientific publications


Evgeny Shklyar: the Life of a Wanderer. Monograph. Vilnius, Vilniaus universiteto leidykla, 2008. 382 p. (In Russ.)

Selected Essays

  • “The Most Prominent and at the Same Time Most Harmful: D.D. Bokhan in Wilno (1921–1923).” Mokslo darbai. Literatūra, no. 61 (2): Rusistica Vilnensis, 2019, pp. 10–22. (In Russ.)
  • “The Interpretation of Tomas Venclova’s Vilnius Text.” Colloquia, no. 42, 2019, pp. 48–66. (In Russ.)
  • “V.I. Samojlo Vilniaus rusų periodikoje ir kultūriniame gyvenime (1920–1939).” Mokslo darbai. Literatūra, no. 60 (2): Rusistica Vilnensis, 2018, pp. 28–43. (In Lithuanian)
  • “Pavel Kukolnik and Vladimir Nazimov.” Mokslo darbai. Literatūra, no. 59 (2): Rusistica Vilnensis, 2017, pp. 65–77. (In Russ.)
  • “Pavel Kukolnik and the Polish Poets of Lithuania.” Slavistica Vilnensis, no. 62, 2017, pp. 291–306. (In Russ.)
  • “The Hypothetical Pseudonyms of A.S. Bukhov in the Kovno Newspaper ‘Echo’.” Pseudonyms of the Russian Diaspora: Materials and Research, ed. by M. Schruba and O. Korostelev. Moscow, Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie Publ., 2016, pp. 164–176. (In Russ.)
  • “Vladimir Nazimov and the Vilna Temporary Archaeological Commission.” Kova dėl Istorijos: Vilniaus senienų muziejus (1855–1915). Mokslo straipsnių rinkinys, sudarytojai Žygintas Būčys, Reda Griškaitė. Vilnius, Lietuvos nacionalinis muziejus, 2015, pp. 251–262. (In Russ.)
  • “Vilnius Conversion in the Russian Literature.” Uralskii istoricheskii vestnik, no. 3 (44), 2014, pp. 63–69. (In Russ.)