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His elder sister Inna Obraztsova graduated from Leningrad Conservatory and became a composer and lecturer of musical theory, his younger sister Victoria Lotman was a prominent cardiologist, and his third sister Lidia Lotman was a scholar of Russian literature of the second half of the 19th century on staff at the Institute for Russian Literature of the Russian Academy of Science Pushkin House she lived in Saint-Petersburg.
Lotman graduated from the secondary school in with excellent marks and was admitted to Leningrad State University without having to pass any exams.
His professors at university were the renowned lecturers and academicians — Gukovsky , Azadovsky , Tomashevsky and Propp. He was drafted in and during World War II served as a radio operator in the artillery. Demobilized from the army in , he returned to his studies in the university and received his diploma with distinction in His first published research papers focused on Russian literary and social thought of the 18th and 19th century.
Unable to find an academic position in Leningrad due to anti-Semitism he was unable to apply for a PhD program , Lotman went to Estonia in and from began his work as a lecturer in the Department of Russian literature of Tartu University and later became head of the department.
Revzin and Georgii Lesskis. As a result of their collective work, they established a theoretical framework for the study of the semiotics of culture. This school has been widely known for its journal Sign Systems Studies , published by Tartu University Press "Труды по знаковым системам" and currently the oldest semiotics journal in the world established in Lotman studied the theory of culture , Russian literature, history, semiotics and semiology general theories of signs and sign systems , semiotics of cinema, arts, literature, robotics, etc.
In these fields, Lotman has been one of the most widely cited authors. In , Lotman coined the term semiosphere. In he received the Gold Medal of Philology, the highest award for a philological scholar. They have three sons: Mihhail Lotman born is professor of semiotics and literary theory at Tartu University , is active in politics and has served as a member of the Riigikogu Estonian Parliament as a member of the conservative Res Publica Party.
Grigori Lotman born is an artist. Aleksei Lotman born is a biologist, since he has also been a politician and a member of parliament for the Estonian Greens party Bibliography[ edit ] Lotman Jurij M. In: Sebeok Thomas A. Lisse Netherlands : Peter de Ridder, 57— Analysis of the Poetic Text. Translated by D. Barton Johnson. Ann Arbor Mich. Semiotics of Cinema. Michigan Slavic Contributions.
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