Svetozar Poštić

Svetozar Poštić

Associate Professor, Doctor

Address: Universiteto 5, LT-01513 Vilnius.

Telephone: +370 5 268 72 72



Research interests

  • Comparative Literature
  • Hermeneutics
  • Cultural Studies
  • Ethnolinguistics



  • English for Academic Purposes and Research
  • 20th Century Drama
  • British Fantasy Literature for Children and Young Adults
  • History of US Culture
  • Digital Storytelling


Research publications 



  • Bakhtin and Christianity (2012)
  • Apologie de la Vie Terrestre: Montaigne and the Turn towards the Self (2016)



  • Poštić, S. (2019). "Nature in Montaigne and Emerson." Facta Universitatis; Series: Linguistics and Literature (17-1): 1-9.
  • Rudis, D, Poštić S. (2017). "Influence of Video Games on the Acquisition of the English Language." Verbum 8: 112-128.
  • Poštić, S. (2017). "The Role of Watching American Cartoons in Learning English." Toward Research-based Education: An Edited Collection of Research Studies. Vilnius: University of Educational Sciences: 438-448.
  • Jankūnaitė I, Poštić S. (2017). "Russian Syntactic Calques in Lithuanian." Lingvistika Lingvokulturologija 11: 103-124. 
  • Poštić, S. (2017). "Bahtin i pravoslavna hrišćanska tradicija" (Bakhtin and the Orthodox Christian Tradition). Zbornik Matice srpske za društvene nauke 162: 35-52.
  • Poštić, S. (2016). "Creation of National Identity in Shakespeare's Hamlet and Njegoš's Mountain Wreath." Belgrade English Language and Literature Studies 8: 219-232.
  • Poštić, S. (2015). "The 'other' and the 'Other': Christian Origins of Bakhtin's Dialogism." Filolog 12: 108-119.
  • Poštić, S. (2015). "Influence of Cartoon Network on the Acquisition of American English During Childhood." Verbum 6: 188-195.
  • Poštić, S. (2014). "To Act or Not to Act: How Coleridge Changed the Way We See Hamlet." Respectus Philologicus 26: 133-143. 
  • Poštić, S. (2014) "Michel de Montaigne and the Power of Language." Verbum 5: 156-165



  • History of US Culture (2019)
  • English Medieval and Renaissance Literature (2012)
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