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Peter Steiner


Professor of Slavic languages and literatures at the University of Pennsylvania. His major areas of research are literary theory and modern Slavic literature and culture. He is a highly respected specialist of Russian formalism and Prague structuralism.

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Copyright (1982) The Prague school: Selected writings, 1929-1946, Austin, University of Texas Press.
Copyright (1984) Russian formalism: A metapoetics, Ithaca, Cornell University Press.
Copyright with Matejka Ladislav, Bailey Richard (1978) The sign: Semiotics around the world, Ann Arbor, Michigan Slavic Publications.
Copyright Mukařovský Jan (1978) Structure, sign, and function: Selected essays (edited by Steiner Peter, Burbank John), New Haven, Yale University Press.
Copyright (2009) "Tropos logikos: Gustav Shpet's philosophy of history", in: Tihanov Galin (ed), Gustav Shpet's contribution to philosophy and cultural theory, West Lafayette, Purdue University Press, pp.13-27.
Copyright with Steiner Wendy (1978) Review: Holenstein Elmar, Roman Jakobsons phänomenologischer Strukturalismus, PTL: A Journal for Descriptive Poetics and Theory of Literature 3, pp.357-370.
Copyright (2017) "Divergence vs. convergence: Moretti, Tynyanov, Jakobson", Przegląd Filozoficzno-Literacki 47 (2), pp.117-124.
Open Access Link (2020) "From structuralism to Marxism (and back?): Jan Mukařovský 1945–1963", Studies in East European Thought 72 (1), pp.1-18.
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