Mark Lipovetsky is Professor of Russian Studies at the University of Colorado-Boulder. He was born in Yekaterinburg in 1964, where he also went to university. He has been living in the US since 1996. Since the 1990s, Lipovetsky’s interests as a critic and scholar have centred on postmodernist literature and culture in Russia. He is the author of eight books and co-editor of seven volumes on Russian literature and culture.
The fantasy novels of Victor Pelevin reveal the reality of modern Russia
How the Russian news became a postmodern game without rules
How the KGB became Russia's favourite TV heroes