Dr Dennis Ioffe (PhD University of Amsterdam) is an Affiliated post-doctoral Research Fellow (formerly Assistant Professor/‘Doctor-Assistеnt’) at the Department of Languages and Cultures (Slavic & East-European), The Faculty of Arts, Ghent University, Belgium.
He serves also as a Research Fellow at the University of Amsterdam’s Department of Slavic Languages & Cultures. Since January 2016 Dr Ioffe is Co-Editor-in-Chief, Russian Literature, Elsevier Science BV.
Aside of UGent, during his career Dennis has held lecturing and research appointments at the University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom), Memorial University (Canada), University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands). He has authored more than 100 scholarly articles and edited/co-edited a number of academic collections with major academic publishers in Western Europe and the US. https://biblio.ugent.be/person/802001097550
His publications have appeared in “Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism”, “East European Jewish Affairs”, “Russian Studies in Literature”, “New Literary Review” (NLO), “Studies in Slavic Cultures,” “Australian Slavonic an East European Studies”, “Neohelicon,” “The Journal of European Studies,” “Russian Literature” (Elsevier Science BV), “Slavic & East European Journal,” “Acta Semiotica Fennica,” “Kritika i Semiotika,” “New Zealand Slavonic Journal,” “Cultura. International Journal of Philosophy of Culture and Axiology,” “Slavonic and East European Review,” “Philologica,” “Tijdschrift voor Slavische Literatuur,” “Slavica Occitania,” and others.
Dennis Ioffe currently works on a number of Russia and Ukraine related research projects focused on the intersections between art and politics, between culture and activism which spread chronologically from the Silver Age till the contemporary protests.