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Vladimir Gvozden was born 1972 in Novi Sad, Serbia. He finished Serbian Literature at University of Novi Sad (B. A. 1996, M. A. 2003, Ph. D. projected in 2010) and works at the same University as a teacher of Comparative Literature. He has published two books and numerous articles about modern and contemporary Serbian literature, as well as twenty entries about Serbian writers in Kindlers Literaturlexicon (2009 edition).
He has written many articles and
essay reviews about most prominent modern and contemporary writers like Miloš Crnjanski, Aleksandar Tišma, Danilo Kiš, Borislav Pekić, David Albahari, Jovan Zivlak, Dragan Jovanović Danilov, Vladimir Tasić, Slobodan Vladušić ... He has published many articles in English and some of them were translated in Hungarian, Polish, Macedonian and Spanish.
He was visiting scholar at
Universities of Poznan, Toronto, Innsbruck and Brno, and guest lecturer in 2006/2007 at University of Regensburg under the programme Eurolecture of Alfred Toepfer Foundation from Hamburg.
He held workshops and seminars in Serbian Literature at
Universities of London, Bamberg, Giessen, Prague, Budapest and Szeged, and attended many conferences home and abroad. He was member of research project at London University entitled “East Looks West”.
He has translated six books from English, and he is
member of the Board ofWriters’Association of Vojvodina and co-editor of literary review Zlatna greda. From 2009 he has been member of the jury of prestigous Serbian literary award “Golden Sunflower”.

 
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