Head of the Laboratory for Drama and Theater Studies in Central and Eastern Europe, University of Warsaw
slavist, culturologist, translator, theater and literary critic, playwright. Habilitated Doctor, Adjunct at the Department of Belarusian Studies at the Faculty of Applied Linguistics, University of Warsaw. Deals with the history of East Slavic theater, including the Belarusian theater, and Slavic drama. Editor-in-chief of the scientific journal Theater Studies of Central and Eastern Europe since 2020. Graduate of Polish Philology, Department of Slavic Philology, Faculty of Philology, Lomonosov State University of Moscow (1986). He lectured at the universities of Krasnoyarsk and St. Petersburg (Russia), Pilsen (Czech Republic), Bergamo (Italy) and Belgrade (Serbia). He defended his Ph.D. thesis at the Institute of Polish Culture, Faculty of Polish Studies, University of Warsaw. He got Habilitated Doctor degree at the Faculty of Applied Linguistics at the University of Warsaw. Author of monographs: Stanisław Przybyszewski in Russian culture of the late 19th – early 20th centuries, Warsaw 2007; Belarusian Theater: 1920-1930. Revival and annihilation, Warsaw 2013; Belarusian theater of the 1920s-1930s: the memory taken away, Minsk 2016; Bratislava: a city at the crossroads of cultures = Bratislava: mesto na križovatke kultúr, Warsaw 2016; Belarusian émigré periodicals: „Pahonia”, „Sakavik”, „Napierad!” Warsaw 2018; Contemporary Drama and Theater in the Face of War, Violence and Refugees, Volume 2, Warsaw 2018; Belarussian literature defiant pedigrees Białystok 2019. Eight anthologies of contemporary Russian drama, seven anthologies of Belarusian, two Slovenian and one Ukrainian, Slovak and Armenian, have been published under the editorship of A. Moskwin.