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Viktor Martinowitsch

Viktor Martinowitsch (also: Victor Martinovich) was born in Belarus in 1977. He studied journalism in Minsk and writes regularly for the German newspaper ZEIT online. Besides, he teaches political science at the European Humanities University in Vilnius. Martinovich became famous with the novel “Paranoia” (Northwestern University Press, 2013), which was unofficially banned in Belarus after its publication. In 2012, Martinovich received the Maksim-Bahdanovich Prize.

Viktor Martinowitsch (auch: Victor Martinovich), 1977 in Weißrussland geboren, studierte Journalistik in Minsk und lehrt heute Politikwissenschaften an der Europäischen Humanistischen Universität in Vilnius. Er schreibt regelmäßig für ZEIT online. Martinowitsch wurde bekannt mit dem Roman »Paranoia« (Voland & Quist 2014), der in Belarus nach Erscheinen inoffiziell verboten wurde und 2013 auch auf Englisch erschienen ist. 2012 erhielt Martinowitsch den Maksim-Bahdanowitsch-Preis. 2015 war er Hausgast im LCB.

Viktor Martinowitsch (also: Victor Martinovich) was born in Belarus in 1977. He studied journalism in Minsk and writes regularly for the German newspaper ZEIT online. Besides, he teaches political science at the European Humanities University in Vilnius. Martinovich became famous with the novel “Paranoia” (Northwestern University Press, 2013), which was unofficially banned in Belarus after its publication. In 2012, Martinovich received the Maksim-Bahdanovich Prize.

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