Ph.D. in Language Theory and Narratology (Moscow, 2017).
Postdoc at the Center for the Study of Art and Language, EHESS.
Former faculty member of Smolny, Major "Literature" and MA "Film and Art Criticism"
Larissa Muravieva is a Researcher of Narrative and contemporary French Literature.
Laureate of fellowship programs of the Center for Franco-Russian Studies in Moscow and of the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme in Paris. In 2017 and 2018, she was a visiting researcher in the postdoctoral mobility program at the Center for the Study of Art and Language at the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris).
Since 2018, she has taught at the Faculty of Liberal Arts and Sciences. At Smolny, she taught courses such as «French Literature and Art of the XXth Century», «Key Texts of French Culture: the XXth Century», «Transmedial Narratology», and others. She has co-directed the research seminar «French Studies».
Member of the European Narratology Network (ENN) & Société internationale de recherches sur la fiction et la fictionnalité (SIRFF)
In Russia she organized a number of conferences and scientific events on the narrative studies: “Transfert narratologique : la Narratologie française en Russie vs. La Narratologie russe en France” (Moscow, 2017), “Narratological readings” (St. Petersburg, 2019), sections “Transmedial Narratology” and “Narrative Practices of Sense-Making» (St. Petersburg, 2020, 2022), etc.
She is engaged in research in cognitive and transmedial narratology, autofiction, and contemporary autobiography.
Currently lives in Tel Aviv.