Fyodor Nikichitch Dvinyatin (born October 28, 1968 , Leningrad ) is a Russian scholar-philologist (literary critic) who gained fame outside his profession as a long-term participant in the game “ What? Where? When? ", Who is the author and presenter of reviews of fiction on Radio of Russia - St. Petersburg, candidate of philological sciences .
|Fedor Nikitich Dvinyatin|
|Date of Birth|
|Place of Birth|
|Occupation||player " What? Where? When? ", Radio host , candidate of philological sciences , philologist- Russianist, teacher , lecturer , publicist|
|Spouse||Jamilya Sadullaeva (Dvinyatina)|
|Awards and prizes|
Fedor Nikitich Dvinyatin was born in Leningrad in a family of engineers, his father is a radio engineer, his mother is a metallurgist. [one]
In the period from 1986 to 1991 he studied at the Faculty of Philology of St. Petersburg State University (SPbSU) and received a diploma in "philologist-Russian scholar". At the Russian language department of the same university, he completed postgraduate studies and defended his thesis in 1996 on the topic “Linguistic and Poetic Analysis of Solemn Words of St. Cyril of Turov . " He began teaching since 1992 .
Associate Professor of the Department of Russian Language of St. Petersburg State University, Canadian College of St. Petersburg State University  , Department of Interdisciplinary Studies in the Field of Languages and Literature of St. Petersburg State University, and also teaches at the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences of St. Petersburg State University (courses "Introduction to Philology: Text Structure", "Introduction to Historical and Descriptive poetics ”,“ Classical Russian novel ”,“ Russian poetic classics of the 20th century ”,“ Pushkin and Gogol: contrasting foundations of national classics ”,“ Narration ”and others  ). He is a specialist in Russian literature of the 11th – 14th and 19th – 20th centuries (poetics of text, intertextuality , language models), paleo-linguistics, general poetics, history and methodology of philology and the humanities as a whole.
Participation in the game “What? Where? When? ”And other projects
In the TV show “ What?” Where? When? "First participated in 1990 as part of the team of Irina Gandelyan. In total, he played 47 games, of which his team won 33. The first world champion in sports “What? Where? When? ” 2002 as part of the Troyard team. The owner of four “ Crystal Owls ” (1991, 1994, 2000 and 2002), more (6) only from Alexander Druz . The owner of the red jacket of immortality (summer series 1991 and summer series 1994). He played actively between 1990 and 2005.
The last time he played in the final of the year, December 24, 2005, in a series dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the club. Alexey Blinov’s team ( Sergey Vivatenko , Rovshan Askerov , Alexander Rubin and Elena Orlova also played in this team) lost to viewers with a score of 3-6 (Dvinyatin answered the first two questions of the game; correctly, the answer to the second question was wrong). In case of victory, Blinov’s team could get a “Crystal Nest” (6 “Crystal Owls”), which would make Dvinyatin a 5-fold owner of an “owl”. After the game, the third master in the history of the television game was also determined, it was Viktor Sidnev .
Leading cultural program "Horizon" on the " Radio of Russia ".
In honor of Dvinyatin, one of the KVN teams was named - “Fedor Dvinyatin” , which reached the finals in 2009 and became the bronze medalist of the Highest League of KVN  .
Married to Jamil Dvinyatina (Sadullaeva), a St. Petersburg philologist, historian and theorist of cinema   . There is a daughter  .
Major scientific papers
- Dvinyatin F. N. The unproblematic creation in the poetic text of P. Filonov: the structure of the text and the “flicker” of semantics // Russian Literature. - Vol. 71. Iss. 3-4 (1 April - 15 May 2012). - P. 313—328.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Baudouin de Courtenay; Buslaev; Vinogradov; Distiller; Grotto; Dahl; History of Linguistics; Kirill Turovsky; Meletius Smotrytsky; Burns; Panov; Peshkovsky; Shock; Verbal art in Ancient Russia; A word about Igor's regiment; Sreznevsky; Sobolevsky; Trubetskoy; Ushakov; Fortunatov; Chess; Shcherba; Jacobson - encyclopedic articles // Russian language. School encyclopedic dictionary. - SPb., 2013 .-- S. 29 - 30; 34 to 35; 39 to 40; 40 to 41; 66 to 67; 68 - 69; 133-135; 141-142; 179; 225-226; 256; 262-263; 276-277; 374-377; 378-380; 413-414; 395-396; 455-456; 469; 484-485; 507; 508-509; 541-542. - The same: Russian language. School encyclopedic dictionary. - SPb., 2015.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Veronika and Valentina: (On the heroines of Krzysztof Kieslowski and Irene Jacob) // Symbols, images, stereotypes: artistic and aesthetic experience. International readings on the theory, history and philosophy of culture. - SPb., 2000. - Issue. 9. - S. 337-345.
- Dvinyatin F.N. The Second Culmination of Genetic Poetics. Mayakovsky // The case of the avant-garde. The Case of the Avant-Garde. - Amsterdam, 2008 .-- S. 81-111.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Genitive turns: a poetic-grammatical model and its possible French prototypes // Literary transfer and translation poetics. Transfer literacki i poetyka przekładu. - M., 2017 .-- S. 271-280.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Gomiliya Kirill Turovsky: structure of the text and philosophy of the text // Actual problems and the achievement of the philosophical culture of the old words of the XI — XVIII centuries. - Poltava, 1993. - S. 34-36.
- Dvinyatin, F. N. More on Interlanguage Sound-Meaning Correspondences in Brodsky's Poetry // New Literary Review. - No. 112 (2011). - S. 288-299.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Conspiracy, model of the world, narration // Conspiracy text. Genesis and structure. - M .: Indrik, 2005 .-- S. 466-481.
- Dvinyatin F. N. From notes on the ideological symbolism of the stars // Anthropology of Culture. Issue 4. - M., 2010 .-- S. 158-181.
- Dvinyatin F. N. From notes on the poetics of Akhmatova // “On the Between Voice and Echo”: Sat. articles in honor of T.V. Tsivyan. - M., 2007 .-- S. 31-43.
- Dvinyatin F. N. From notes on the poetics of the name (Kurochkin, Dostoevsky, Mandelstam, Nabokov) // Name: Semantic aura. - M.: Languages of Slavic cultures, 2007. - S. 256-270.
- Dvinyatin F.N. From a linguistic-poetic commentary on a Petersburg poem by Mandelstam // Petersburg discourse. - SPb., 2013 .-- S. 79-103.
- Dvinyatin F.N. From observations of Derzhavin's phonosemantics // Russian language of the late 17th - early 19th century. - SPb., 2001. - Sat. 2. - S. 109-130.
- Dvinyatin F.N., Leonenko S.O. Intertextual analysis: principles and boundaries // Slavica Revalensia. - III (2016). - S. 224-241.
- Dvinyatin F.N. To the poetic language of Russian philosophy: parallelism, sound repetition, symbol vs. term // Poetic and philosophical discourses: the history of interaction and the current state. - M., 2016 .-- S. 182-194.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Quantitative grammar of the verb in ten odes of G.R. Derzhavin // Literary Culture of Russia of the 18th Century. Issue 5. - SPb., 2014 .-- S. 164-181.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Quantitative grammar of the verb in the solemn odes of Lomonosov // Philological heritage of M.V. Lomonosov. - SPb., 2013 .-- S. 380-401.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Quantitative grammar and poetics of personal forms of the verb in the "Good-sounding psaltery" by Simeon of Polotsk // Slověne = Slovѣne. International Journal of Slavic Studies. - Vol. 4.No. 1.2015. - S. 159-169.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Cosmological fragments from Kirill Turovsky // Avraamievskie hearings. - Smolensk, 2017 .-- S. 114—127.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Cultural discourse in the philological and general humanitarian context // Culturology as it is and how it should be. International readings on the theory, history and philosophy of culture. - SPb., 1998. - Issue. 5. - S. 181-183.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Lermontov and the evolution of poetic grammar: quantitative parameters // Lermontov World. - SPb., 2015 .-- S. 407-415.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Linguistic-poetic analysis of Solemn words of St. Cyril of Turovsky / Abstract. dis. ... cand. filol. sciences. - SPb., 1996. - 18 p.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Linguistic-poetic analysis of Solemn words of St. Kirill Turovsky / Candidate diss. ... cand. filol. sciences. - SPb., 1995 .-- 329 p.
- Dvinyatin F. N. Musical joke in "Demons" // [null Romanesque collegium. Issue 6, dedicated in memory of I.V. Lukyanets. The French passages of F. M. Dostoevsky]. - SPb., 2014 .-- S. 81-97.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Musk and camphor. “Take Leil away from me ...” Pushkin: text structure and poetic tradition // Slavica Revalensia. - III (2016). - S. 29–47.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Nabokov and the futuristic tradition: notes on the topic // Bulletin of the Philological Faculty of the Institute of Foreign Languages. - SPb., 1999. - No. 2/3. - S. 126-146.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Nabokov, modernism, postmodernism and mimesis // Empire N. Nabokov and heirs. - M., 2006 .-- S. 442-481.
- Dvinyatin F. N. “The threads of the Mezgirev’s snare” and the research of V. V. Kolesov on the structure of the Old Russian text // Dynamics of the Russian word: interuniversity collection of articles dedicated to the 60th anniversary of prof. V.V. Kolesova. - St. Petersburg: St. Petersburg State University, 1994. - S. 89-94.
- Dvinyatin F. N. On the intertextual relations of a personal name in the “Gift” of Nabokov: Zina Merz and around // Russian Studies. - 1996. - Vol. Ii. No. 3. - S. 234—254.
- Dvinyatin F. N. “The Sheep” by D. Kharms: verbal poetics and presumable visual correlates // Artist and his text. - M., 2011 .-- S. 287-299.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Omosillabic series in the poetry of M.V. Lomonosov: about one special type of sound connections // Literary Culture of Russia of the 18th Century. Sat 4. - SPb., 2011 .-- S. 6-32.
- Dvinyatin F. N. Arrangement 103/104 Psalm by Jan Kokhanovsky and Simeon Polotsky: translation strategies, verse, grammar // Literary transfer and poetics of translation. Transfer literacki i poetyka przekładu. - M., 2017 .-- S. 260-270.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Poe, Baudelaire, Dostoevsky in the works of Roman Jacobson // Poe, Baudelaire, Dostoevsky. The splendor and poverty of national genius. - Collective monograph, ed. S. Fokina and A. Urakova. - M., 2017 .-- S. 431-443.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Proverbial Thomas // Name: Internal structure, semantic aura, context. - M., 2001. - Part 2. - S. 132-144.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Poetic tradition - topic - intertextuality // Intertextual analysis: principles and boundaries. - St. Petersburg, 2018 .-- S. 80-92.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Five landscapes with Nabokov's lilac // V.V. Nabokov: Pro et contra. Materials and research on the life and work of V.V. Nabokov. Anthology. - SPb., 2001. - T. 2. - S. 303-308.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Distribution of the main morphological classes of words in the Russian poetic text // Russian formalism (1913-2013). International Congress for the centenary of the Russian formal school. Abstracts of reports. - M., 2013 .-- S. 232—234.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Distribution of the main morphological classes in the Russian poetic text // The Age of “Exclusion”. Russian formalism and modern humanitarian knowledge: A collective monograph. - Comp. Y. Levchenko, I. Pilshchikov. - M., 2017 .-- S. 622-632.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Semantic Oppositions in the Solemn Words of Kirill Turovsky: God / Man in the Word of the Relaxed // Kirill of Turov: Bishop, Preacher, Hymnographer. - Bergen, 2000 .-- S. 76-102.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Synonymy and homonymy of subject names in the Russian poetic tradition // Language of fiction: traditional and modern research methods. - Materials of the international scientific conference in memory of N. A. Kozhevnikova (November 19-21, 2016, Institute of Nuclear Physics named after V.V. Vinogradov, Russian Academy of Sciences). - M., 2016.S. 654-662.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Types of author's explication of a symbol in the spring fragment of Cyril Turovsky // Anthropology of Culture. - M., 2004. - Issue. 2. - S. 61-85.
- Dvinyatin F. N. Topeka and binary constructions in the Solemn Words of Kirill Turovsky (to the statement of the problem) // Bulletin of St. Petersburg University. Series 2. History, linguistics, literary criticism. - SPb., 1994. - Vol. 2 (No. 9). - S. 49-57.
- Dvinyatin F. N. Traditional text in the solemn words of St. Cyril of Turovsky. Biblical citation // Hermeneutics of Old Russian literature. - M .: Heritage, 1995. - Sat. 8. - S. 81-101.
- Dvinyatin F.N. Three etudes on the poetics of the name // Semantics of the name. - M.: Languages of Slavic cultures, 2010. - S. 91-126.
- Dvinyatin F.N. “You Awaken, O Bahia, from the Tomb ...” Batyushkova Forty Years Later // Anthropology of Culture. Issue 5. - M., 2015 .-- S. 300-316.
- Dvinyatin F.N.Cunning structure, or the wisdom of the labyrinth // In the labyrinths of culture. International readings on the theory, history and philosophy of culture. - SPb., 1997. - Issue. 2. - S. 287-300.
- Dvinyatin T. M., Dvinyatin F. N. To the study of the intertextual connections of the poetry of I. Bunin of the 1910s. // Philological notes: Bulletin of literary criticism and linguistics. - Voronezh, 1997. - Vol. 8. - S. 83-92.
- Memorial. Fedor Dvinyatin - POLIT.RU
- Biography from the official site “What? Where? When?"
- Dvinyatin Fedor Nikitich // Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences of St. Petersburg State University
- Memorial. Fedor Dvinyatin // Polit.ru, October 28, 2015
- Alexei Kudrin took up the creative economy
- Jamilya Ruzmamatovna Dvinyatina (Sadullaeva)
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