Literary critic Andrei Nemzer died at the age of 67. Literary critic and publicist Alexander Arkhangelsky reported this on social networks.
“Andrei Nemzer is dead. “A significant part of life was cut short,” Arkhangelsky wrote. At the same time, the literary critic did not specify the cause of Nemzer’s death.
Nemzer graduated from the Faculty of Philology of Moscow State University (MSU) in 1979. He was a candidate of philological sciences. Nemzer worked as head of the criticism department of the Literary Review magazine and was a columnist for the newspapers Nezavisimaya Gazeta, Segodnya and Vremya Novostei. He taught at the Russian Theater Academy and the Higher School of Economics (HSE).
Nemzer was a member of the Booker Committee of the Union of Russian Writers, a member of the jury of the Apollo Grigoriev Literary Prize, the jury of the National Literary Award “Big Book”, the jury of the Booker Prize and the Yuri Kazakov Prize. He was vice-president of the Russian Academy of Contemporary Literature. He has over a thousand publications to his name.
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