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Andrews, Edna

  1. Andrews, E. "The importance of Lotmanian semiotics to sign theory and the cognitive neurosciences." Sign Systems Studies 43.2-3 (January, 2015): 347-364. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Andrews, E. "Neuroscience and multilingualism."  January, 2014: 1-254.  [abs]
  3. Thompson, RJ; Walther, I; Tufts, C; Lee, KC; Paredes, L; Fellin, L; Andrews, E; Serra, M; Hill, JL; Tate, EB; Schlosberg, L. "Development and Assessment of the Effectiveness of an Undergraduate General Education Foreign Language Requirement." Foreign Language Annals 47.4 (January, 2014): 653-668. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Andrews, E; Frigau, L; Voyvodic-Casabo, C; Voyvodic, J; Wright, J. "Multilingualism and fMRI: Longitudinal Study of Second Language Acquisition.." Brain Sciences 3.2 (May, 2013): 849-876. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Andrews, E. "Markedness." The Oxford Handbook of Tense and Aspect (September, 2012). [doi]  [abs]
  6. Andrews, E. "Language and brain: Recasting meaning in the definition of human language." Semiotica 2011.184 (April, 2011): 11-32. (in press) [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  7. Andrews, E; Dickey, S. "Slavic Linguistics: In Honor of Ronald Feldstein."  2011
  8. Andrews, E; Bae, C; Davis, N; Kang, P; Mehta, N; Hausburg, T. "Speech and Sung Phoneme Perception." (2011). (under review)
  9. Andrews, E; Maksimova, E. "Russian Translation: Theory and Practice (2 volumes)."  Routledge Publishers, 2010 Volume 2 is in electronic format.
  10. Andrews, E. "Markedness Theory: Tense and Aspect in the Russian Verb." The Russian Verb (Oxford University Press) (2010).
  11. Andrews, E; Maksimova, EA, trans. Russian translation: Theory and practice. Russian Translation: Theory and Practice Routledge, (August, 2009): 1-187. [doi]  [abs]
  12. E. Andrews and E. Maksimova. "Semiotic Transitions: A Key to Modelling Translation." Sign Systems Studies 36.3 (2009).
  13. E. Andrews. Русские глагольные приставки.. Russian Language Publishers: Moscow, 2009.
  14. Andrews, E. "Lotman and the Cognitive Sciences: The Role of Autocommunication in the Language of Memory." Integration und Explosion. Perspektiven auf die Kutursemiotik Jurij Lotmans (2009).
  15. Andrews, E. "Redefining Discontinuity in Cultural Space: Principles of Semiospheric Explosion." Introductory article to Ju. M. Lotman, Culture and Explosion, trans. by W. Clark (2009).
  16. Andrews, E. "Series of articles on semiotic topics." The Routledge Companion to Semiotics (2009).
  17. Andrews, E; Maksimova, E. "Semiospheric Transitions: A Key to Modelling Translation." Sign Systems Studies, Труды по знаковым системам (2008).
  18. Andrews, E. "“The Semiotics of Jurij Lotman.”." The Literary Encyclopedia. (2008).
  19. Skotko, BG; Andrews, E; Einstein, G. "Corrigendum to "Language and the medial temporal lobe: Evidence from H.M.'s spontaneous discourse" [Journal of Memory and Language 53 (2005) 397-415] (DOI:10.1016/j.jml.2005.05.003)." Journal of Memory and Language 54.4 (May, 2006): 635. [doi]
  20. E. Andrews. "Gender roles and perception: Russian diminutives in discourse." Slavic Gender Linguistics (2006).
  21. E. Andrews. "Grammar and pragmatics: The two axes of language and deixis." Current Issues in Lingusitic Theory 49 (2006): 407-413.
  22. Andrews, E. "Slavic Linguistics 2K: A Retrospective Volume."  Ed. Andrews, E; Franks, S; Feldstein, R; G, F Slavika Publishers, 2006
  23. Andrews, E. "Zamyatin and the circle of colors." Zamyatin and "We": An Anthology (2006). (to appear)
  24. Skotko, BG; Andrews, E; Einstein, G. "Language and the medial temporal lobe: Evidence from H.M.'s spontaneous discourse." Journal of Memory and Language 53.3 (January, 2005): 397-415. [doi]  [abs]
  25. Andrews, E. "Slavic Languages in the Context of Languages of the Worl. Review of Comrie/Corbett The Slavonic Languages." Seej (Fall, 2005). (to appear)
  26. Andrews, E. "Medial Temporal Lobes and Languages: The Case of HM,." Journal of Memory and Language (2005).
  27. Andrews, E. "Neurolinguistic perspectives on Second Language Acquisition." Language (Journal of the Linguistic Society of America) (2005).
  28. with Andrews, E; Skotko, B. "H.M.’s Language Skills: Clues About Language and the Medial Temporal Lobe." Journal of Memory and Language (2005). (under review)
  29. E. Andrews. "Conversations with Lotman: Cultural Semiotics in Language, Literature and Cognition." (2004).
  30. E. Andrews. "Пределы русской души: построение художественного пространства в творчестве М.А. Булгакова и Е.И. Замятина." Leib, Geist und Seele in der russischen Literatur und Kultur Weiner Slawistischer Almanach Bach, 54 (2004): 241-252.
  31. Andrews, E. "Redefining textual boundaries: Torop and the Tartu school of semiotics." Semiotica 144.144 (December, 2003): 377-380. [doi]
  32. Andrews, E. "Conversations with lotman: Cultural semiotics in language, literature, and cognition."  The University of Toronto Press, January, 2003: 1-204. Translated into Japanese in 2005  [abs]
  33. E. Andrews & E. Maksimova. "Замятинский Пушкин: Пушкинские образы в романе ?Мы? Е.И. Замятина." Russkoe slovo v mirovoj kul'ture (2003): 364-371.
  34. Andrews, E. "Gender Roles and Perception: Russian Diminutives in Discourse." Slavic Gender Linguistics (2003). (accepted)
  35. Andrews, E. "Peterburg Axmatovoj i Bloka." Gorod, gor'koj lyubovyu lyubimyj (2003). (Introductory Article)
  36. Andrews, E. "Viktor Shklovskij: proza 20-x godov." The Poetics and Stylistics of the Literature of the Nineteen Twenties (2003). (in press)
  37. Andrews, E. "Teorija postroenie xudozhestvennogo prostranstva: Lotman i Florenskij." (2003).
  38. Andrews, E. "Tartu School Contributions to the Study of Literary Texts: The Work of Peeter Torop." Semiotica 144.1/4 (2003): 377-380. [doi]
  39. Andrews, E. "Memory, Language and Brain." Prague School Linguistics (2003). (tentative volume title)
  40. with Andrews, E; Maksimova, E. "Zamjatinkskij Puskin." Russkaja Literatura, Journal of the Institute of Russian Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Puskinskij Dom (2003).
  41. Andrews, E. "Contemporary Russian Studies: Language, Culture, Text."  GLOSSOS, 2002: 200 pp.; edited-200 pp.; edited.
  42. Andrews, E. "Russian Contributions to Cognitive Science: Vygotsky, Luria, Jakobson and Lotman." Contemporary Russian Studies: Language, Culture, Text (2002).
  43. Andrews, E. "Russian Derivational Morphology and Shifting Reference." Townsend Memorial Volume (2002).
  44. Andrews, E. "Text and Culture: Continuous Discontinuity in Lotman and Zamjatin." Russian Literature XLIX-IV (May, 2001): 347-370.
  45. Andrews, E. "Russian: A Grammar of Contemporary Russian."  Lincom Europa, Munchen, 2001
  46. Andrews, E. "K opredeleniju semioticheskogo prostranstva." Jazyk, Kul'tura, Obshchenie, 92-95 (2000).
  47. Andrews, E. "Nine short articles on major figures and central theoretical constructs in semiotic and linguistic theory." The Icon Critical Dictionary of Semiotics and Linguistics (2000).
  48. Andrews, E. "The Role of Semiotics in Modern Linguistic Theory." Contemporary Slavic Linguistics (2000).
  49. Andrews, E. "Jakobson between East and West: 1915-1939." Seej (The Slavic and East European Journal) (2000).
  50. Andrews, E. "Recasting Animacy: The Codification of Perceptual Distinctions in Language." (2000): 205-223.
  51. Andrews, E. "The Tartu School at the End of the Twentieth Century." Semiotica 131.3-4 (2000): 267-71.
  52. Andrews, E. "Lotman's communication act and semiosis." Semiotica 126.1-4 (January, 1999): 1-16. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  53. Andrews, E. "The Memory of Language in the Language of Memory." The Peirce Seminar Papers (An Annual of Semiotic Analysis) 4 (1999): 623-637.
  54. Andrews, E. "The Jakobsonian Legacy in Contemporary Poetics." Semiotica 123.1/2 (1999).
  55. with Andrews, E; Averyanova, G; Pyadusova, G. "Russian Verb: Forms and Functions."  Russkij jazyk: Moscow, 1997 358 pp. Second revised and expanded edition, 2001, 384 pp.
  56. Andrews, E. "The semiotics of catastrophe: Interpretants and linguistic change." Semiotics Around the World: Synthesis in Diversity (1997): 179-182.
  57. Andrews, E. "Einstein: Selected Works (vols III & IV) by Richard Taylor & William Powell." Europe Asia Studies (1997).
  58. Andrews, E. "Interpretants and linguistic change: The case of -x- in modern standard colloquial Russian." Journal of Slavic Linguistics 1.2 (Summer, 1997): 199-218.
  59. Andrews, E. "Peirce and Jakobson Revisited: The Relation of Visual and Auditory Signs in Human Language." The Peirce Papers Iii 12 (1997): 11-27.
  60. Andrews, E. "The semantics of suffixation in Russian."  Slavic LinguisticsMunchen, Germany: Lincom Europa, 1996 Nominated for a prize in linguistics by AATSEEL
  61. Benjamins, J. "A Calculus of Meaning: Studies in Markedness, Distinctive Features and Deixis."  Ed. Andrews, E; Tobin, Y 1996: 432 pp.; edited-432 pp.; edited.
  62. Andrews, E. "Sovremennaja zizn’ i vopros o tabu." Avrora (1996).
  63. Andrews, E. "Political correctness and cultural sensitivity: The linguistic problem of taboo." American Speech 71.4 (1996): 389-404. [doi]
  64. Andrews, E. "The shift of ’shame’ in Slavic." Ijslp XXXIX-XL (1996): 299-312.
  65. Andrews, E. "Upotreblenie laskatel’nyx form v razgovore s det’mi." Avrora (July, 1995).
  66. Andrews, E. "Seeing is believing: Categories of visual perception in Russian." Meaning as Explanation: Advances in Linguistic Sign Theory (1995): 361-380.
  67. Andrews, E. "Evaluation in ELT by Cyril Weir & Jon Robers." American Speech (1995).
  68. Andrews, E. "Osobennosti razvitija russkoj leksiki v novejsij period (na materiale gazet)." The Slavic and East European Journal 39.3 (Fall, 1995).
  69. Andrews, E. "Adult speaker and child addressee: Usage and perception of Russian diminutives." Russian Language Journal XLIX.162-4 (1995).
  70. E. Andrews. "About Sintetizm, Mathematics and other things. (in Russian) (O синтетиэме, математике и прочем �.: Pоман <<мы>> еи замятина."  St. Petersburg, Russia: Astra Lyuks, 1994 [published review of book in Vestnik SPBU, vyp.1, no.2, January , 1995]
  71. with E. Maksimova. С места в карьер: A structural approach to contemporary Russian grammar - an instructor's manual. Boston, MA: Focus Publishers, 1994.
  72. Andrews, E. "The interface of iconicity and interpretants." The Peirce Seminar Papers (An Annual of Semiotic Analysis) 2 (1994): 9-28.
  73. Andrews, E. "Gender and declension shifts in contemporary standard Russian: Markedness as a semiotic principle." A Calculus of Meaning: Studies in Markedness, Distinctive Features and Deixis (1994).
  74. Andrews, E. "Markedness theory: An explication of its theoretical basis and applicability in semantic analysis." Memorial volume to honor J. Daniel Armstrong (1994). (accepted 1984)
  75. Andrews, E. "The Port-Royal Grammar." Secol Review (1994).
  76. Andrews, E. "The iconicity of gender shifts in contemporary Russian." Contributions to the International Congress of Slavists (1993): 202-213.
  77. Andrews, E; Johns, MS; Borchardt, F. "Gender signalling in Russian: A contrastive analysis of native speakers and artificial neural networks." Language Quarterly 31.1-2 (Winter, 1993): 1-40.
  78. Andrews, E. "’Vzaimosvjaz’ tvorcestva Bulgakova i Zamjatina." Vestnik Spbu (January, 1992).
  79. Andrews, E. "Contemporary Morphology." Studies in Second Language Acquisition (1992).
  80. Andrews, E. "Language: A Theory of its Stucture and Use by Pers Saugstad." Language 67.1 (March, 1991).
  81. Andrews, E. "The boundaries of sense: Cvetaeva’s extension of the morpheme." Studies in Poetics UCLA Slavic Studies Series (1991).
  82. Andrews, E. "Markedness Theory by Ed Batistella." American Speech (1991).
  83. Andrews, E. "Pierce’s emotional interpretant: A key to bilingualism." International Review of Applied Linguistics (Iral) (August, 1990).
  84. Andrews, E. "Semanticeskij analiz russkix glagol’nyx pristavok i predlogov o i ob." Russkij jazyk za rubezom (January, 1990).
  85. Andrews, E. "A dialogue on the sign: Can Peirce and Jakobson be reconciled?." Semiotica 82.1-2 (January, 1990): 1-14. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  86. Andrews, E. "Peirce's emotional interpretant: A key to bilingualism." Iral International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching 28.3 (January, 1990): 185-200. [doi]
  87. Andrews, E. "Markedness theory: The union of asymmetry and semiosis in language."  The Roman Jakobson Series in Linguistics and PoeticsDurham, NC: Duke Univeristy Press, 1990
  88. Andrews, E. "Grammar and pragmatics: The two axes of language and deixis." New Vistas in Grammar: Invariance and Variation (1990).
  89. Andrews, E. "Cognitive Science." Secol Review (1990).
  90. Andrews, E. "A semiotic revolution: Peirce and Jakobson on the nature of the sign." Secol Review 14 (Spring, 1990).
  91. Andrews, E. "Lingvistika i poetika i interpretacija teksta: Zimnaja noc Pasternaka." Vestnik Lgu (October, 1989).
  92. Andrews, E. "A study in linguistic sign theory: The suffix -K-A/-KA in modern Russian." From Sign to Text in Linguistics, Literature and the Arts (1989): 123-134.
  93. E. Andrews, I. Dolgova & E. Predtecenskaja. Пособие по русскому глаголу (Posobie po russkomu glagolu).2 New York: CIEE, 1988.
  94. E. Andrews. Frontiers in Semiotics edited by J. Deely, B. Williams & F.E. Kruse.  American Speech 62.4 (Winter, 1987).
  95. E. Andrews, G.N. Averyanova & G.I. Pyadusova. Пособие по русскому глаголу (Posobie po russkomu glagolu).1 New York: CIEE, 1987. (2nd expanded edition, 1988)
  96. Andrews, E. "A second year grammar and one-stem dictionary."  1987
  97. Andrews, E. "A first year Supplementary Russian grammar."  1987
  98. Andrews, E. "Gender shifts and myths about markedness." University of North Carolina Linguistic Circle (1987).
  99. Andrews, E. "Jakobsonian markedness theory as mathematical principle." The Generation of the 1890s: Jakobson, Trubetzkoy, Mayakovsky: The First Roman Jakobson Colloquium (1987): 177-197.
  100. Andrews, E. "Frontiers in Semiotics edited by J. Deely, B. Williams & F.E. Kruse." American Speech 62 (1987).
  101. Andrews, E. "An extention of the concept of shifter in verbal categories: Perceptual versus transmissional deixis." University of North Carolina Linguistic Circle (1986): 73-80.
  102. Andrews, E. "A reevaluation of the relationship between grammatical gender and declension in modern Greek and Russian." Ijslp XXXIV (1986).
  103. Andrews, E. "Markedness theory in morphology and semantics: The reconciliation of contextual versus general meaning." The Secol Review X.3 (1986).
  104. Andrews, E. "The prefixes DE- and UN- in modern American English." American Speech 61.3 (Fall, 1986).
  105. Andrews, E. "Markedness reversals in linguistic sign systems." In Memory of Roman Jakobson: Papers from the 1984 MALC (1985): 169-180.
  106. Andrews, E. "A synchronic semantic analysis of the preverbs O- and OB- in modern Serbo-Croatian." Papers for the Fifth Congress of Southeast European Studies, Belgrade (1985): 7-18.
  107. Andrews, E. "A Semantic Analysis of the Russian Prepositions/Preverbs O(-) and OB(-)." Slavic and East European Journal 28.4 (Winter, 1984): 477-477. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  108. Andrews, E; McLaws, G; Rogers, A. "A handbook of Russian verbal prefixes."  Bloomington: Physsardt, 1983 Reprinted 1990, Babel Publishers
  109. Andrews, E. "An error analysis of modern Russian." Teaching and Learning at Indiana University 6.2 (Winter, 1983).

Apollonio, Carol

  1. Apollonio, C; Lapushin, R. "Chekhov's Letters Biography, Context, Poetics."  Lexington Books, November, 2018: 368 pages.  [abs]
  2. Ganieva, A. "Bride and Groom."  Deep Vellum, 2018 translated by Apollonio, C
  3. Belknap, R; Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky in the lives of remarkable people." Slavic and East European Journal 60.2 (June, 2016): 241-251.
  4. Apollonio, C. "Translation and the Making of Modern Russian Literature.." Russian Review 75.2 (April, 2016): 316-317.
  5. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky: Translator and translated." Dostoevsky in Context (January, 2016): 236-243. [doi]  [abs]
  6. Apollonio, C. "Antosha & Levitasha: The Shared Lives and Art of Anton Chekhov and Isaac Levitan." Slavic and East European Journal 60.2 (2016): 347-349.
  7. Ganieva, A. "The Mountain and the Wall."  Deep Vellum Publishing, June, 2015: 264 pages.  [abs]
  8. Apollonio, C. "Notes from the Dead House: An Exercise in Spatial Reading or Three Crowd Scenes." Российский Гуманитарный Журнал 3.5 (April, 2015).
  9. Apollonio, C. "Еще о проблеме коммуникации у Чехова: рассказ «Ванька»»." Чеховская карта мира (April, 2015).
  10. Apollonio, C. "I Gotta be Мы: The Plot of the Egotistical Pronoun in Dostoevsky’s Notes from Underground." Russian Collection of Dostoevsky's Scholarship (April, 2015).
  11. Apollonio, C. "Paradoxes of Solitary Confinement in Notes from Underground and Notes from the Dead." Dostoevsky Beyond Dostoevsky (April, 2015).
  12. Apollonio, C. "Prophecy in 'The Peasant Marei'." The Dostoevsky Studies 18 (April, 2015).
  13. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky Translations." Dostoevsky on Context (April, 2015).
  14. Apollonio, C. "Does the Translation Matter?." Tolstoy 100 Years On (April, 2015).
  15. Apollonio, C. Review of Dostoevski's Overcoat: Influence, Comparison, and Transportation. ed. Andrew, J; Reid, R. April, 2015.
  16. Apollonio, C. "ANNA KARENINA." Tls the Times Literary Supplement 5842 (March, 2015): 12-13.
  17. Apollonio, C. "ANNA KARENINA." Tls the Times Literary Supplement 5842 (March, 2015): 12-13.
  18. Apollonio, C; Tolstoy, L; Karenina, A, trans. Shapify. Tls the Times Literary Supplement 5842 (January, 2015): 12-13.
  19. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevskii's Overcoat: Influence, Comparison, and Transposition." Slavic and East European Journal 59.1 (2015): 127-128.
  20. Apollonio, C, trans. Three Sisters. Russian Review 73.4Hackett Publishing, (October, 2014): 616-617. translated by Apollonio, C  [abs]
  21. Chekhov,. "The Bride (Nevesta)." Anton Chekhov’s Selected Short Stores (2014). (translated by Apollonio, C)
  22. German Sadulaev, trans. The Maya Pill: a novel.  Dalkey Archive, December, 2013
  23. Apollonio, C. "The Maya Pill (Tabletka) by German Sadulaev."  Dalkey Archive Press, 2013
  24. Apollonio, C. "Толстой в переводах Констанц Гарнетт." Лев Толстой И Мировая Литература (2013).
  25. C. Apollonio. ""Dostoevsky"." The Millions (March, 2012). (Contribution to the debate: “Tolstoy or Dostoevsky? 8 Experts on Who’s Greater”, greater.html (April 2012);)
  26. Chekhov, trans. "Chekhov's 'The Bride'". The Norton Anthology of Chekhov's Short Stories (forthcoming). Ed. Cathy Popkin. February, 2012  Norton
  27. Apollonio, C. "Gained in translation: Chekhov's "lady"." Chekhov for the 21st Century (January, 2012): 281-298.
  28. C. Apollonio, Angela Brintlinger. Chekhov for the 21st entry.  Slavica, 2012.
  29. Apollonio, C; Britlinger, A. "Checkhov for the Twenty-First Century."  Slavica, 2012
  30. Stepanov, A. "The Psychology of Chekhov’s Creative Method and Generative Poetics." Chekhov for the Twenty-First Century (2012).
  31. Sukhikh, I, trans. The Death of the Hero in Chekhov’s World. Chekhov for the Twenty-First Century. Ed. Apollonio, C; Brintlinger, A. Slavica, 2012.  translated by Apollonio, C  [author's comments]
  32. Stepanov, A, trans. The Psychology of Chekhov's Creative Method and Generative Poetics. Chekhov for the Twenty First Century  (2012). translated by Apollonio, C
  33. Sadulaev, G, trans. The Devil of Potatoes. The Maya Pill, the Dirty Goat Fall (2011). translated by Apollonio, C
  34.  The New Russian Dostoevsky: Readings for the Twenty-First Century.  ed., Carol Apollonio; Slavica, 2010.  [author's comments]
  35.  The New Russian Dostoevsky: Readings for the Twenty-First Century.  Slavica, 2010  [author's comments]
  36. Apollonio, C. "The New Russian Dostoevsky: Readings for the Twenty-First Century."  Ed. Apollonio, C Slavica, 2010 translated by Apollonio, C
  37. Apollonio, C. "The Idiot’s ‘Vertical Sanctuary’: The Holbein Christ and Ippolit’s Confession." F.M. Dostoevsky in the Context of Cultural Dialogues (2010).
  38. Susanne Fusso. "Discovering Sexuality in Dostoevsky" (Northwestern UP, 2006).  Dostoevsky Studies new series.12 (2009-10).
  39. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky's Secrets: Reading Against the Grain."  Studies in Russian Literature and ThoughtNorthwestern University Press, 2009
  40. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky’s Religion: Words Images, and the Seed of Charity." Dostoevsky Studies (special issue on Dostoevsky's Religion) 12 (Winter, 2009).
  41. Apollonio, C. "Scenic Storytelling in Chekhov’s ’Grasshopper’." The Bulletin of the North American Chekhov Society XLI.1 (Fall, 2009).
  42. Apollonio, C. Review of Discovering Sexuality in Dostoevsky by Susanne Fusso.  Dostoevsky Studies 12 (2009).
  43. John Reid. "The Polemical Force of Chekhov's Comedies".  Russian Review, Volume 67 (January-October) (2008).
  44. "Chekhov in the Afterworld: The Life of Translations: A Roundtable with Peter Constantine, Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky." Chekhov the Immigrant: Translating a Cultural Icon (Spring, 2008). (translated by Apollonio, C)
  45. Apollonio, C. "Dostoevsky's Unfinished Journey." Slavic and East European Journal 52.3 (Fall, 2008): 455-456.
  46. Apollonio, C. Review of Dostoevsky’s Unfinished Journey by Robert Feuer Miller.  Slavic and East European Journal 52.3 (2008).
  47. Apollonio, C. Review of The Polemical Force of Chekhov’s Comedies: A Rhetorical Analysis of Chekhov's Comedies by John McKellor Reid.  The Russian Review: an American Quarterly Devoted to Russia Past and Present 67 (2007).
  48.  Anton Chekhov: The Four Major Plays, Tr. Curt Columbus.  Slavic and East European Journal 50.2 (Summer, 2006).
  49. Apollonio, C. Review of The Four Major Plays (of Anton Chekhov) translated by Curt Columbus.  Slavic and East European Journal 50.2 (2006).
  50. Apollonio, C, trans. A New Century, A New Chekhov. Slavic and East European Journal 50.3 (Fall, 2006).  [author's comments]
  51. Ed. Robert Louis Jackson. "A New Word on the Brothers Karamazov".  Dostoevsky Studies IX (2005).
  52. Apollonio, C. "Demons of Translation: The Strange Path of Dostoevsky’s Novels into the English Tradition." Dostoevsky Studies IX (2005): 45-52.
  53. Apollonio, C. Review of Moi Talisman: Selected Lyric Poetry of Alexander Pushkin" translated by J.H. Lowenfeld.  Pushkin Review 8 (2005): 1-5.
  54. Apollonio, C. Review of A New Word on the Brothers Karamazov edited by Robert Louis Jackson.  Dostoevsky Studies IX (2005).
  55. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Anna Karenina: Translation, Literalism, and the Life of Art." Tolstoy Studies Journal XIV (2002): 108-15.
  56. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Russian Documents: education and folk culture in the 19th century." Russian Women: Experience and Expression, Historical and Literary Documents 1700-1917 (2002).
  57. Alexander Pushkin. The Little Tragedies.  Slavic and East European Journal 45.3 (2001). (translated, with critical essays, by Nancy K. Anderson)
  58. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Nikolai Gerasimovich Pomialovsky." The Dictionary of Literary Biography: Russian Literature in the Age of Tolstoy and Dostoevsky (2001).
  59. Flath (Apollonio), C. Review of The Little Tragedies by Alexander Pushkin translated by Nancy K. Anderson.  Slavic and East European Journal 45.3 (2001).
  60. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Escape from Idyll: Chekhov and Pushkin." Collected Essays in Honor of the Bicentennial of Alexander S. Pushkin’s Birth (2000): 37-52.
  61. Flath (Apollonio), C. "The Passion of Dmitrii Karamazov - A reply." Slavic Review 59.3 (2000): 727-729. [Gateway.cgi]
  62. (Flath) Apollonio, C. "Chekhov’s Underground Man: ’An Attack of Nerves’." Slavic and East European Journal (Seej) (Fall, 2000): 375-92.  [abs]
  63. Ivanova, G, trans. Labor-Camp Socialism: The GULAG in the Soviet Totalitarian System. Ed. Raleigh, DJ; Sharpe, ME. 2000.  translated by Flath (Apollonio), C
  64. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Writing about Nothing: ’Ariadne’ and the Narcissistic Narrator." Slavonic and East European Review 77.2 (April, 1999): 223-39.
  65. Robert Wechsler. Performing without a Stage: The Art of Literary Translation.  CATI Quarterly (Spring, 1999). (1998)
  66. Flath, CA. "Art and idleness: Chekhov's "The house with a Mezzanine"." Russian Review 58.3 (January, 1999): 456-466. [doi]
  67. Flath, CA. "The Passion of Dmitrii Karamazov." Slavic Review 58.3 (Fall, 1999): 584-599. [doi]
  68. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Poor Folk: An Allegory of Body and Mind." Dostoevsky Studies 2 (1999).
  69. Flath (Apollonio), C. "The Seagull: The Stage Mother, the Missing Father and the Origins of Art." Modern Drama XLII.4 (Winter, 1999): 491-510.
  70. Flath (Apollonio), C. Review of Performing without a Stage: The Art of Literary Translation by Robert Wechsler.  Cati Quarterly (1999).
  71. Flath, CA. "Delineating the territory of Čechov's 'a woman's kingdom'." Russian Literature 44.4 (November, 1998): 389-408. [doi]
  72. Flath (Apollonio), C. "The Limits to the Flesh: Searching for the Soul in Chekhov’s ’A Boring Story’." Slavic and East European Journal 2 (1997): 271-286.
  73.  "Intimacy and Terror: Soviet Diaries of the 1930s."  Ed. Lahusen, T; Garros, V; Koranevskaya, N The New Press, 1995: 394-394. translated by Flath (Apollonio), C
  74. Andrews, E; Tuyl, JV; Maksimova, E; Dolgova, I; Flath (Apollonio), C. "С месма б карьер: Leaping Into Russian. A Systematic Introduction to Contemporary Russian Grammar."  Focus, 1993
  75. Kizaki, S. "The Sunken Temple."  Kodansha International Ltd., 1993 translated by Flath (Apollonio), C
  76. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Fear of Faith: The Hidden Religious Message of Notes From Underground." Slavic and East European Journal 37.4 (1993): 510-529.  [author's comments]
  77. Kizaki, S, trans. The Phoenix Tree and Other Stories.  Kodansha International Ltd., 1990. 242.  translated by Flath (Apollonio), C
  78. Flath (Apollonio), C. "Seminary Heroes in Mid-Nineteenth Century Russian Literature." Canadian American Slavic Studies (Spring, 1989).

Becker, Charles M.

  1. Becker, C; Rickert, T. "Zoned out? The determinants of manufactured housing rents: Evidence from North Carolina." Journal of Housing Economics (January, 2019). [doi]  [abs]
  2. Werner, C; Edling, C; Becker, C; Kim, E; Kleinbach, R; Sartbay, FE; Teachout, W. "Bride kidnapping in post-Soviet Eurasia: a roundtable discussion." Central Asian Survey 37.4 (October, 2018): 582-601. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Olofsgård, A; Wachtel, P; Becker, CM. "The economics of transition literature." Economics of Transition 26.4 (October, 2018): 827-840. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Ye, VY; Becker, CM. "The Z-axis: Elevation gradient effects in Urban America." Regional Science and Urban Economics 70.217 (May, 2018): 312-329. [doi]  [abs]
  5. An, G; Becker, CM; Cheng, E. "Economic Crisis, Income Gaps, Uncertainty, and Inter-regional Migration Responses: Kazakhstan 2000–2014." The Journal of Development Studies 53.9 (September, 2017): 1452-1470. [doi]  [abs]
  6. Becker, CM; Mirkasimov, B; Steiner, S. "Forced Marriage and Birth Outcomes.." Demography 54.4 (August, 2017): 1401-1423. [doi]  [abs]
  7. Becker, CM; Turaeva, M. "Queen Bees and Domestic Violence: Patrilocal Marriage in Tajikistan." Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (Erid) 232 (October, 2016): 48 pages.  [abs]
  8. Becker, CM; Turaeva, M. "Appendix to 'Queen Bees and Domestic Violence: Patrilocal Marriage in Tajikistan'." Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (Erid) 233 (October, 2016): 35 pages.  [abs]
  9. Ye, V; Becker, CM. "The (Literally) Steepest Slope: Spatial, Temporal, and Elevation Variance Gradients in Urban Spatial Modelling." Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (Erid) 202 (October, 2016): 54 pages.  [abs]
  10. Becker, CM; Rouse, CE; Chen, M. "Can a summer make a difference? The impact of the American Economic Association Summer Program on minority student outcomes." Economics of Education Review 53 (August, 2016): 46-71. [doi]  [abs]
  11. Geissler, K; Stearns, SC; Becker, C; Thirumurthy, H; Holmes, GM. "The relationship between violence in Northern Mexico and potentially avoidable hospitalizations in the USA-Mexico border region.." Journal of Public Health (Oxford, England) 38.1 (March, 2016): 14-23. [doi]  [abs]
  12. Nigmatulina, D; Becker, CM. "Is High-Tech Care in a Middle Income Country Worth It? Evidence from Perinatal Centers in Russia." Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (Erid) Working Paper 24.198 (December, 2015): 585-620. [doi]  [abs]
  13. Becker, CM; Yea, A. "The Value of Manufactured Housing Communities: A Dual-Ownership Model." Economic Research Initiatives at Duke (Erid) Working Paper 196 (October, 2015).  [abs]
  14. Geissler, KH; Becker, C; Stearns, SC; Thirumurthy, H; Holmes, GM. "Exploring the Association of Homicides in Northern Mexico and Healthcare Access for US Residents.." Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 17.4 (August, 2015): 1214-1224. [doi]  [abs]
  15. Becker, C; Mendelsohn, SJ; Benderskaya, K. "Russia’s planned urbanisation and misplaced urban development." Urban Growth in Emerging Economies: Lessons from the BRICS. Routledge, January, 2014: 99-142. [doi]
  16. Becker, CM; Merkuryeva, IS. "Disability incidence and official health status transitions in Russia.." Economics and Human Biology 10.1 (January, 2012): 74-88. [22119094], [doi]  [abs]
  17. Andreev, AA; Becker, CM. "Age-adjusted disability rates and regional effects in Russia." Demographic Research 23 (November, 2010): 749-770. [doi]  [abs]
  18. Anthopolos, R; Becker, CM. "Global Infant Mortality: Correcting for Undercounting." World Development 38.4 (April, 2010): 467-481. [doi]  [abs]
  19. Becker, CM; Marchenko, GA; Khakimzhanov, S; Seitenova, AGS; Ivliev, V. Social security reform in transition economies: Lessons from Kazakhstan. Palgrave Macmillan US, January, 2009. 1-275 pp. [doi]  [abs]
  20. Charles M. Becker, Grigory A. Marchenko, Sabit Khakimzhanov, Ai-Gul S. Seitenova, and Vladimir Ivliev. SOCIAL SECURITY REFORM IN TRANSITION ECONOMICS: LESSONS FROM KAZAKHSTAN. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
  21. Becker, CM. "Urbanization and rural-urban migration." INTERNATIONAL HANDBOOK OF DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS (December, 2008): 516-531.
  22. Becker, C; Price, G. "Curriculum intensity in graduate preparatory programs: The impact on performance and progression to graduate study among minority students in economics." Doctoral Education and the Faculty of the Future. January, 2008: 146-159.
  23. Charles M. Becker and Gregory N. Price. "Curriculum Intensity in Graduate Preparatory Programs: Impact on Performance and Progression to Graduate Study among Minority Students in Economics." DOCTORAL EDUCATION AND THE FACULTY OF THE FUTURE. Ed. Ronald G. Ehrenberg and Charlotte V. Kuh Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2008
  24. Charles M. Becker and Irina S. Merkuryeva. "Disability Risk and Miraculous Recoveries in Russia."  2008
  25. Charles M. Becker and Ai-Gul S. Seitenova. "Disability in Kazakhstan: making sense of recent trends."  World Bank Social Protection Discussion Paper 0802February 2008
  26. Becker, CM; Craigie, TA. "W. Arthur lewis in retrospect." The Review of Black Political Economy 34.3-4 (December, 2007): 187-216. [doi]  [abs]
  27. Charles M. Becker, Ai-Gul Seitenova and Dina S. Urzhumova. "Pension Reform in Central Asia: an Overview." ECONOMICS OF INTERGENERATIONAL EQUITY IN TRANSITION ECONOMIES. Ed. Masaaki Kuboniwa and Yoshiaki Nishimura Tokyo: Maruzen Publishers, 2006 Ch. 9
  28. Charles M. Becker and Ai-Gul S. Seitenova. "Fertility and Marriage in Kazakhstan's Transition Period: Implications for Social Security Policy." ECONOMICS OF INTERGENERATIONAL EQUITY IN TRANSITION ECONOMIES. Ed. Masaaki Kuboniwa and Yoshiaki Nishimura Tokyo: Maruzen Publishers, 2006 Ch. 13
  29. Becker, CM; Urzhumova, DS. "Mortality recovery and stabilization in Kazakhstan, 1995-2001.." Economics and Human Biology 3.1 (March, 2005): 97-122. [15722264], [doi]  [abs]
  30. Becker, CM; Musabek, EN; Seitenova, AGS; Urzhumova, DS. "The migration response to economic shock: Lessons from Kazakhstan." Journal of Comparative Economics 33.1 (March, 2005): 107-132. [doi]  [abs]
  31. Seitenova, AGS; Becker, CM. "Kazakhstan's pension system: Pressures for change and dramatic reforms." Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics 45.2 (December, 2004): 151-187.  [abs]
  32. Becker, C; Paltsev, SV. "Economic consequences of demographic change in the former USSR: Social transfers in the Kyrgyz Republic." World Development 32.11 (November, 2004): 1849-1870. [doi]  [abs]
  33. Mills, Edwin S. and Charles M. Becker. STUDIES IN INDIAN URBAN DEVELOPMENT. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.
  34. Becker, CM; Musabek, EN; Seitenova, AGS; Urzhumova, DS. "Short-term migration responses of women and men during economic turmoil: Lessons from Kazakhstan." Eurasian Geography and Economics 44.3 (January, 2003): 228-243. [doi]  [abs]
  35. C.M. Becker. Review of Arne Tostensen, et al., Eds. 2001. ASSOCIATIONAL LIFE IN AFRICAN CITIES: POPULAR RESPONSES TO THE URBAN CRISIS: Uppsala, Sweden: Nordiska Afrikainstutet.  African Studies Review 46.1 (2003): 193-94.
  36. C.M. Becker. Review of Bill Freund and Vishnu Padayachee, Eds. 2002. (D)URBAN VORTEX: SOUTH AFRICAN CITY IN TRANSITION. Pietermaritzburg, South Africa: University of Natal Press.  African Studies Review 47 (2003).
  37. C.M. Becker, E.N. Musabek, A.S. Seitenova, D.S. Urzhumova. "Short-run migration responses of men and women during a period of economic turmoil: lessons from Kazakhstan." Eurasian Geography and Economics 44.3 (2003): 228-43.  [abs]
  38. National Research Council, Panel on Urban Population Dynamics. Mark R. Montgomery and Richard Stren, editors, with the assistance of Holly Reed. CITIES TRANSFORMED: THE DYNAMICS OF DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. National Academies Press, 2003.
  39. Becker, CM. "Fertility Decline in sub-Saharan Africa." Journal of African Policy Studies 7.2-3 (May, 2002): 1-16.  [abs]
  40. Becker, CM; Seitenova, AS; Piedra, J. "Demand for bank loans and credit bureau services in the Republic of." ,” Central Asian Journal of Management, Economics and Social Research 3.1 (2002): 1-19.  [abs]
  41. Becker, CM; Paltsev, SV. "Macro-Experimental Economics in the Kyrgyz Republic: Social Security Sustainability and." Comparative Economic Studies 43.4 (Fall, 2001): 1-34.  [abs]
  42. C.M. Becker. Review of World Bank. 2000. ENTERING THE 21ST CENTURY: WORLD DEVELOPMENT REPORT 1999/2000. New York: Oxford University Press..  Regional Science & Urban Economics (2001).
  43. Quddus, M; Becker, CM. "Speculative Price Bubbles in the Rice Market and the 1974 Bangladesh Famine." Journal of Economic Development 25.2 (December, 2000): 155-175. [PDF]  [abs]
  44. C.M. Becker. Review of Shirin Akiner, Sander Tideman, and John Hay, Eds. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN CENTRAL ASIA. New York: St. Martins Press..  Journal of Energy & Development 25.2 (Spring, 2000).
  45. Becker, CM; Morrison, AR. "Chapter 43 Urbanization in transforming economies." Handbook of Regional and Urban Economics. Elsevier, December, 1999: 1673-1790. [doi]  [abs]
  46. C.M. Becker and A.R. Morrison. "Urbanization in Transforming Economies." HANDBOOK OF REGIONAL URBAN ECONOMICS. Ed. P. Cheshire and E.S. Mills North-Holland Handbooks in EconomicsElsevier North-Holland, 1999 Ch. 43, pp. 1172-1290.  [abs]
  47. Anderson, KH; Becker, CM. "Post-Soviet pension systems, retirement, and elderly poverty: Findings from the Kyrgyz Republic." Most 9.4 (Fall, 1999): 459-478. [doi]  [abs]
  48. Becker, C; Bloom, D. "The Demographic crisis in the Former Soviet Union: Introduction." World Development 26.11 (December, 1998): 1913-1919. [doi]
  49. Becker, CM; Hemley, DD. "Demographic change in the former Soviet Union during the transition period." World Development 26.11 (November, 1998): 1957-1975. [doi]  [abs]
  50. Becker, CM; Bibosunova, DI; Holmes, GE; Ibragimova, MM. "Maternal care vs. economic wealth and the health of newborns: Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic and Kansas City, USA." World Development 26.11 (November, 1998): 2057-2072. [doi]  [abs]
  51. Becker, CM; Urzhumova, DS. "Pension burdens and labor force participation in Kazakstan." World Development 26.11 (November, 1998): 2087-2103. [doi]  [abs]
  52. Becker, CM; Grewe, C. "Rural-Urban Migration in Africa: Do Age-Gender Cohorts Matter?." Journal of African Economies 5.2 (June, 1996): 228-270.  [abs]
  53. Becker, CM; Grewe, CD. "Cohort-specific rural-urban migration in Africa.." Journal of African Economies 5.2 (June, 1996): 228-270. [doi]  [abs]
  54. Becker, CM; Hemley, D. "Interregional Inequality in Russia during the Transition Period." Comparative Economic Studies 38.1 (May, 1996): 55-81.
  55. Becker, Charles M., Andrew M. Hamer, and Andrew R. Morrison. BEYOND URBAN BIAS: AFRICAN CITIES IN AN AGE OF STRUCTURAL ADJUSTMENT.  1994. (London: Heinemann and James Currey.)
  56. Becker, CM; Morrison, AR. "Observational equivalence in the modeling of African labor markets and urbanization." World Development 21.4 (January, 1993): 535-554. [doi]  [abs]
  57. Becker, Charles M., Jeffrey G. Williamson, and Edwin S. Mills. INDIAN URBANIZATION AND ECONOMIC GROWTH SINCE 1960. Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992.
  58. Becker, CM. "The demo-economic impact of the AIDS pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa." World Development 18.12 (January, 1990): 1599-1619. [doi]  [abs]
  59. Becker, Charles M., Trevor Bell, Haider Ali Khan, and Patricia Pollard. THE IMPACT OF SANCTIONS ON SOUTH AFRICA.  1990. (Washington, DC: Investor Responsibility Research Center)
  60. Becker, CM; Morrison, A. "The Determinants of Urban Population Growth in sub-Saharan Africa." Economic Development and Cultural Change 36.2 (January, 1988): 259-278.
  61. Becker, CM. "The impact of sanctions on South Africa and its periphery." African Studies Review 31.2 (January, 1988): 61-88. [doi]
  62. Becker, CM; Bartik, T; Bush, J; Lake, S. "Saturn and State Economic Development." Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy 2.1 (Spring, 1987): . 29 40.
  63. Becker, CM; Mills, ES; Williamson, JG. "Modelling Indian migration and city growth, 1960-2000.." Economic Development &Amp; Cultural Change 35.1 (January, 1987): 1-33.  [abs]
  64. Becker, CM. "Economic sanctions against South Africa." World Politics 39.2 (January, 1987): 147-173. [doi]
  65. Becker, CM. "Urban sector income distribution and economic development." Journal of Urban Economics 21.2 (January, 1987): 127-145. [doi]  [abs]
  66. Becker, CM; Mills, ES; Williamson, JG. "Dynamics of rural-urban migration in India: 1960-1981.." Indian Journal of Quantitative Economics 2.1 (January, 1986): 1-43.  [abs]
  67. Becker, CM; Ray, KC. "Water resources in the soviet union: Trends and prospects." Studies in Environmental Science 25.C (December, 1984): 347-379. [doi]  [abs]
  68. Becker, CM; Mills, ES; Williamson, JG. "IMPACT OF UNBALANCED PRODUCTIVITY ADVANCE ON INDIAN URBANIZATION: SOME PRELIMINARY FINDINGS.." Modeling and Simulation, Proceedings of the Annual Pittsburgh Conference (December, 1984): 187-194.  [abs]
  69. Becker, C; Fullerton, D. "Income Tax Incentives to Promote Saving." 33.3 (June, 1980): 331-351.

Duda, Paulina

  1. Duda, P. "Transgressing boundaries between film and music videos: Smarzowski, Kolski, and music videos in Poland." Studies in Eastern European Cinema 10.2 (January, 2019): 146-160. [doi]  [abs]

Gheith, Jehanne

  1. Goss, KA. "Introduction." 10 (January, 2014): 265-270. [doi]
  2. Gheith, J. "Reflections on Sibling Grief." Epilogue (Fall, 2005).
  3. Izatt, JA; Fujimoto, JG; Tuchin, VV. "Introduction." 8213 (January, 2012): xv-xvii. [doi]
  4. Gheith, J. "Article on Gulag Research." Encompass (2012). (Spring, 2012. Although this is a student-run journal, it is important for me that Duke students share in my research on the Gulag, so I inlcude it here.)
  5. Gheith, J. "Gulag Voices."  January, 2011
  6. Gheith, J. "Not the Atom Bomb? Interviewing/Filming Gulag Survivors in a Culture of Dangerous Memory." Kritika (2011).  [abs]
  7. Davidson, CN. "Foreword." Understanding Nadezhda Khvoshchinskaia’s Short Story Collection: An Album: Groups and Portraits” (December, 2010): xvii-xviii. [doi]  [abs]
  8. Gheith, J. ""‘It’s Difficult to Convey’: Oral History and Memories of Gulag Survivors"." Gulag Studies 2-3 (November, 2010).
  9. J. Gheith. "“’The doctors said I was normal’: Trauma, the non-narrative, and the Gulag.”." To be published in Slavic Review (2011?). (This should come out in 2013.)  [abs] [author's comments]
  10. J. Gheith. "“’The doctors said I was normal’: Trauma, the non-narrative, and the Gulag”." Slavic Review  (2010).  [abs]
  11. Gheith, J. "“’The doctors said I was normal’: Trauma, the non-narrative, and the Gulag”." Slavic Review (2010).  [abs]
  12. Gheith, J. ""’It’s Hard to Convey’: Oral History and Memories of Gulag Survivors." Kaiken Takana oli Pelko (January, 2009): 99-116.  [abs] [author's comments]
  13. Gheith, J. "’Collecting Crumbs’: Rupture and Repair for Children of the Gulag." The Gulag: History and Legacy (2009).
  14. Gheith, J. "’Trudno peredat’: Traumatic Memory and the Gulag." Gulag Studies (2009).  [abs]
  15. Gheith, J. ""Solovki"; "Legacy of the Gulag"." On Line "Stalin Project" (2008). [available here]
  16. Gheith, JM. ""I never talked": Enforced silence, non-narrative memory, and the Gulag." Mortality 12.2 (May, 2007): 159-175. [doi]  [abs]
  17. Gheith, J. "Painting and words: the art of sisterhood." The Sisters Khvoshchinskaia (2006). (forthcoming)
  18. Gheith, J, trans. Tur/Grot correspondence. Russian Women: Experience and Expression. Ed. al, RBE. Indiana University Press, 2006.
  19. Skinner, CS; Kobrin, SC; Campbell, MK; Sutherland, L. "New technologies and their influence on existing interventions." Patient Treatment Adherence: Concepts, Interventions, and Measurement (August, 2005): 491-517. [doi]
  20. Gheith, J. "Women and gender in 18th-century Russia.." Russian Review 64.1 (January, 2005): 112-113. [Gateway.cgi]
  21. Gheith, J. "Finding the middle ground: Krestovskii, Tur, and the power of ambivalence in nineteenth century Russian women's prose."  December, 2004: 1-302.  [abs]
  22. J. Gheith. Women and gender in 18th-century Russia. ed. Wendy Rosslyn. Russian Review (October, 2004).
  23. Gheith, J. "Finding the Middle Ground: Evgeniia Tur, V. Krestovskii, and the Power of Ambivalence in Nineteenth-Century Women’s Prose."  Northwestern University Press, 2004
  24. Gheith, J. "Evgeniia Tur." Encyclopedia of Russian History (2004).
  25. with Gheith, J; Holmgren, B. "Art and Prostokvasha: Avdotia Panaeva’s Work." The Russian Memoir: History and Literature (2003).
  26. with Adele Barker. "Introduction." A History of Women's Writing in Russia (2002).
  27. Gheith, J. "History of Women’s Writing in Russia."  Ed. Barker, A; Gheith, J Cambridge University Press, 2002 Awarded the Heldt Prize for Best Book in Slavic/Eurasian Women's Studies, November 2003
  28. Gheith, J. "Russian Women, 1698-1917: Experience and Expression. An Anthology of Sources."  Ed. Bisha, R; Gheith, J; Holden, C; Wagner, W Indiana University Press, 2002
  29. Gheith, J. ""Women of the Thirties and Fifties: A Reperiodization"." A History of Women’s Writing in Russia (2002).
  30. Gheith, J. "Karolina Pavlova." Russian Review (2002).
  31. "Introduction." An Improper Profession: Women, Gender, and Journalism in Late Imperial Russia (2001).
  32. Gheith, J. "An Improper Profession: Women, Gender, and Journalism in Late Imperial Russia."  Ed. Norton, BT; Gheith, J Duke University Press, 2001 Nominated for a Heldt prize
  33. Gheith, J. "Redefining the Perceptible: The Journalism(s) of Avdot’ia Panaeva and Evgeniia Tur." An Improper Profession: Women, Gender, and Journalism in Late Imperial Russia (2001).
  34. Gheith, J. "Till My Tale Is Told: Women’s Memoirs of the Gulag." Canadian American Slavic Studies (2001).
  35. Gheith, J. "Nadezhda Durova." Dictionary of Literary Biography (1999).
  36. Gheith, J. "Evgeniia Tur and the Crimean Letters." Russian Women Writers (1998). (article and translation)
  37. Gheith, J. "N. D. Khvoshchinskaia." Reference Guide to Russian Literature (1998).
  38. "The Superfluous Man and the Necessary Woman: A Re-vision." The Russian Review (April, 1996).
  39. Gheith, JM. "The superfluous man and the necessary woman: A "re-vision"." Russian Review 55.2 (January, 1996): 226-244. [doi]
  40. "Introduction." Evgeniia Tur's Antonina (1996).
  41. Gheith, J. "Introduction for a new edition of the Fiitzlyon translation." The Memoirs of Princess Dashkova (1995). (Reprint, 2003)
  42. Gheith, J, trans. Marina Palei’s "Otdelenie propashchikh". Lives in Transit. Ed. Goscilo, H. Ardis, 1995.
  43. Gheith, J. "Women in Russian and the Soviet Union." Russian Review (April, 1994).
  44. Gheith, J. "Evgeniia Tur." Dictionary of Russian Women Writers, Marina Ledkovsky (1994).
  45. Gheith, J. "A Slanted Perspective: Russian Literary Criticism and Women’s Prose in the Nineteenth Century." Teksty 4-5-6 (1993): 213-224.
  46. Gheith, J. ""August 1991," an account of my experiences in Moscow during the failed coup of August, 1991." Women East West (November, 1991).
  47. J. Gheith. "August 1991," an account of my experiences in Moscow during the failed coup of August, 1991.  CREES Newsletter (Fall, 1991).
  48. Gheith, J. ""August 1991," an account of my experiences in Moscow during the failed coup of August, 1991." Crees Newsletter (1991).
  49. J. Gheith and K. Jolluck, eds.. "Gulag Voices: Oral Histories of Soviet Incarceration and Exile."  Palgrave MacMillan,  [author's comments]

Göknar, Erdag

  1. ""The Turkish Novel: Modernity, Modernism, and Postmodernism"." Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Novel  (Fall, 20010).
  2. Göknar, E. "Reading Occupied Istanbul: Turkish Subject-Formation from Historical Trauma to Literary Trope." Culture, Theory and Critique 55.3 (January, 2014): 321-341. [doi]  [abs]
  3. E. Göknar. "Orhan Pamuk, Secularism and Blasphemy: The Politics of the Turkish Novel."  Routledge, March, 2013  [abs]
  4. Göknar, E. "Turkish-islamic feminism confronts national patriarchy: Halide Edib's divided self." Journal of Middle East Women'S Studies Special Literature Issue 9.2 (March, 2013): 32-57. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  5. Göknar, E. "Orhan Pamuk, secularism and blasphemy: The politics of the Turkish novel."  Routledge, January, 2013: 1-314. [doi]  [abs]
  6. Submitted, P. "Occupied Istanbul: From Trauma to Trope in Turkish Culture."  Ed. consideration, JWU Middle East and Islamic StudiesRoutledge, 2013  [abs]
  7. Göknar, E. "Conversations With Orhan Pamuk."  University of Mississippi Press, 2013 Book contract signed
  8. Goknar, E. ""The Turkish Novel: Modernity, Modernism, and Postmodernism"." Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Novel (2013).
  9. Göknar, E. ""Reading Occupied Istanbul: From Historical Trauma to Literary Trope"." Culture, Theory and Critique (2013).
  10. Submitted, P. "Nazim Hikmet’s A People’s Resistance/Kuvayi Milliye." Melville House Press. (2013).  [abs]
  11. Göknar, E. "Secular blasphemies: Orhan Pamuk and the Turkish novel." Novel a Forum on Fiction The Contemporary Novel: Imagining the Twenty-First Century 45.2 (June, 2012): 301-326. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  12. Göknar, E. ""Occulted Texts: Pamuk’s Untranslated Novels"." Global Perspectives on Orhan Pamuk: Existentialism and Politics Literatures & Cultures of the Islamic World (2012). [ref=sr_1_1]  [abs]
  13. Goknar, E. "Interview: Erdag Göknar on My Name is Red and A Mind at Peace." Kirtipil (2012). [available here]  [abs]
  14. Goknar, E. "Peer-Review: "How Orhan Pamuk Conveys his Characters Across the Bosphorus"." Novel: a Forum on Fiction Duke. (2012).
  15. Goknar, E. "Peer-Review: "The Black Book and the Despair of Rereading"." Comparative Literature (2012).
  16. Seda Pekçelen. ""Interview with Erdag Göknar on Translation"." Time Out Istanbul Magazine (Winter, 2011).
  17.  "Türkçe'de Roman: Anlatı Geleneğinden Nobel Ödülu'ne". Turkish Translation of Cambridge History of Turkey, Vol IV. Spring, 2011
  18. Goknar, E. "Peer-Review: "A.H. Tanpinar on Science, Literature, History and Cultural Change"." Journal of Levantine Studies (March, 2011).
  19. Tanpinar, AH; translator, EG. "Revised paperback and Kindle reissue of A Mind at Peace." Archipelago Books. (March, 2011): 500-500.
  20. Goknar, E. ""The White Castle" and the Ottoman Legacy." Journal of Turkish Literature (January, 2011).
  21. Goknar, E. ""The Literary Modernity of Orhan Pamuk" (in Polish translation)." Znak (Winter, 2011).
  22. ""The Turkish Novel: Modernity, Modernism, and Postmodernism"." The Blackwell Encyclopedia of the Novel (Fall, 2010).
  23. Orhan Pamuk and E. Göknar (translator), trans. Revised reissue of My Name is Red. Ed. LuAnn Walther. Everyman's Library Contemporary Classics, Fall, 2010  [abs]
  24. Goknar, E. ""From Steppe to Sea: The Blue Anatolia Literary Movement"." Turkish Studies Journal Special Issue Festschrift for Walter Andrews (Winter, 2010).
  25. Goknar, E. "Peer-Review: "Orhan Pamuk’s _Snow_ as a Russian Novel"." Slavic & East European Journal (2010).
  26. Rahimi, A; translator, EG. "Reissue of Earth and Ashes." Other Press. (2010). Reissue of translation by Other Press.
  27. Erturk, N. "Grammatology and Turkish Literary Modernity." (August, 2009).
  28. Pamuk, O; translator, EG. ""Monsieur Flaubert, C’est Moi!"." Standpoint and Threepenny Review (August, 2009).
  29. Tanpinar, AH; translator, EG. "A Mind at Peace (novel)." Archipelago Books. (January, 2009): 500-500.
  30. Arzu Tascioglu. ""Interview with Erdag Goknar"." Turkish Book Review 2 (Summer, 2008).
  31. Goknar, E. "Peer-Review: "Queering Tanpinar’s A Mind a Peace"." (July, 2008).
  32. with Göknar, E; Cooke, M; Parker, G. "Mediterranean Passages from Delos to Derrida."  UNC Press, 2008: 425-425.  [abs]
  33. Goknar, E. ""The Novel in Turkish: From Narrative Tradition to Nobel Prize"." Cambridge History of Turkey: Turkey in the Modern World IV Cambridge University Press. (Fall, 2008): 35-35. [catalogue.asp]  [abs]
  34. Behramoglu, A. "I’ve Learned Some Things...." (2007).
  35. Goknar, E. ""Orhan Pamuk and the ’Ottoman’ Theme"." World Literature Today 80.6 (November, 2006).
  36. Goknar, E. ""A Vote Against ’Clash of Civilizations’"." The Durham Herald Sun (October, 2006).  [abs]
  37. Goknar, E. ""My Name is Re(a)d: Translating Authority, Authoring Translation"." Translation Review (Spring, 2005).
  38. Göknar, E. "My name is re(a)d: Authoring translation, translating authority." Translation Review 68.1 (January, 2004): 52-60. [doi]
  39. Goknar, E. ""Reading the Unreadable Ottoman: Victoria Holbrook’s The Unreadable Shores of Love"." Journal of Turkish Literature (Fall, 2004).
  40. Göknar, E. "Ottoman past and Turkish future: Ambivalence in A. H.Tanpinar's those outside the scene." South Atlantic Quarterly 102.2-3 (January, 2003): 647-661. (special issue, "Relocating the Fault Lines: Turkey Beyond the East-West Divide") [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  41. Goknar, E. "Earth and Ashes."  Harcourt (New York), September, 2002 English translation of Afghan writer Atiq Rahimi's novella on the Soviet-Afghan war
  42. Goknar, E. "My Name is Red."  Knopf (New York), September, 2001 English translation of Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk's historical novel about 16th c. Ottoman miniaturists (Vintage paperback edition Sept. 2002)

Hacohen, Malachi H.

  1. Hacohen, MH. "Jacob and Esau: Jewish European History Between Nation and Empire."  Cambridge University Press (CUP), June, 2018  [abs]
  2. Hacohen, MH. "Karl Popper, the open society, and the cosmopolitan democratic empire." The Impact of Critical Rationalism: Expanding the Popperian Legacy through the Works of Ian C. Jarvie January, 2018. 189-205. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Hacohen, MH. "Central european jewish Émigrés and the shaping of postwar culture: Studies in memory of lilian furst (1931–2009)." Religions 8.8 (August, 2017): 139-139. [doi]
  4. Hacohen, M. "Nation and empire in modernjewish European history." The Leo Baeck Institute Year Book 62 (January, 2017): 53-65. [doi]  [abs]
  5. Hacohen, MH. "Jacob & Esau Today: The End of a Two Millennia Paradigm?." Encouraging Openness: Essays for Joseph Agassi on the Occasion of His 90th Birthday. Ed. Nimrod Bar-Am and Stefano Gattei,. 325SPRINGER, 2017. 167-190.  [abs]
  6. Hacohen, MH. "The young popper, 1902-1937: History, Politics and philosophy in interwar Vienna." The Cambridge Companion to Popper. Ed. Jeremy Shearmur and Geoffrey Stokes,. Cambridge University Press, June, 2016. 30-68. [doi]
  7. Hacohen, MH. "ENVISIONING JEWISH CENTRAL EUROPE: FRIEDRICH TORBERG, THE AUSTRIAN ÉMIGRÉS, AND JEWISH EUROPEAN HISTORY." Journal of Modern Jewish Studies 13.1 (January, 2014): 37-57. [doi]  [abs]
  8. Hacohen, MH. "The Liberal Critique of Political Theology: Political Messianism and the Cold War." Die helle und die dunkle Seite der Moderne. Ed. Werner Michael Schwarz and Ingo Zechner,. Turia + Kant, 2014. 38-50.
  10. Malachi Haim Hacohen. "Jacob and Esau Between Nation and Empire: A Jewish European History."  2014
  11. Hacohen, MH. "Karl Popper and the Liberal Imagination: Rationality in Science and Politics." I Limiti della Razionalità. Ed. M. Del Castello and Michael Segre,. Carabba, 2013. 111-132.
  12. Hacohen, MH. "Typology and the Holocaust: Erich Auerbach and Judeo-Christian Europe." Religions 3.3 (July, 2012): 600-645. [600], [doi]  [abs]
  13. Hacohen, MH. "Congress for Cultural Freedom." Encyclopedia of Jewish History and Culture. Ed. Diner, D. 2J. B. Metzler’sche Verlagsbuchhandlung,, 2012. 22-28.  [author's comments]
  14. Hacohen, MH. "Berlin and Popper Between Nation and Empire: Diaspora, Cosmopolitanism, and Jewish Life." Jewish Historical Studies 44 (2012): 51-74.
  15. Hacohen, MH. "Cosmopolitanism, the European Nation State, and Jewish Life: Berlin and Popper." Karl Popper oggi: una riflessione multidisciplinare,. Ed. Andrea Borghini and Stefano Gattei,. Salomone Belforte, 2011. 135-160.
  16. Hacohen, MH. "From Forvm to Neues Forvm: The ‘Congress for Cultural Freedom,’ the 68ers and the Émigrés." Das Jahr 1968 – Ereignis, Symbol, Chiffre. Ed. Rathkolb, O; Stadler, F. Vienna University Press, 2010. 239-274.
  17. Hacohen, MH. "The culture of Viennese science and the riddle of Austrian liberalism." Modern Intellectual History 6.2 (August, 2009): 369-396. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  18. Hacohen, MH. "Eugene R. Sheppard, Leo Strauss and the Politics of Exile: The Making of a Political Philosopher." Studies in Contemporary Jewry 24 (2009).
  19. Hacohen, MH. "’The Strange Fact That the State of Israel Exists’: The Cold War Liberals Between Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism." Jewish Social Studies 15.2 (2009): 37-81.
  20. Hacohen, MH. "Jacob Talmon between Zionism and Cold War Liberalism." History of European Ideas 34.2 (June, 2008): 146-157. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  21. Hacohen, MH. "Kosmopoliten in einer ethnonationalen Zeit? Juden und Österreicher in der 1. Republik." Das Werden der Republik: Österreich 1918-1920. Ed. Konrad, H; Maderthaner, W. Gerold, Fall, 2008.
  22. Hacohen, M. "Rediscovering intellectual biography - And its limits." History of Political Economy 39.SUPPL. (December, 2007): 9-29. [doi]
  23. Hacohen, MH. "The Congress for Cultural Freedom in Austria: Forum, the Rémigrés and Postwar Culture." Storiografia 11 (2007): 135-145.
  24. Hacohen, MH. "The Young Popper as a Scholarly Field." Proceedings of the Karl Popper Centenary. Ed. Jarvie, I; Miller, D; vols,. 1Ashgate Publishers, 2006. 99-110.
  25. Hacohen, MH. "Liberal Dilemmas and Moral Judgment." Naming Evil, Judging Evil. Ed. Grant, R. University of Chicago Press, 2006. 175-190.
  26. Hacohen, MH. "Liberal Dilemmas and Moral Judgment." Naming Evil, Judging Evil. Ed. Grant, R. University of Chicago Press, 2006. 175-190.
  27. Hacohen, MH. "From Empire to Cosmopolitanism: The Central-European Jewish Intelligentsia, 1867-1968." Simon Dubnow Institute Yearbook V (2006): 117-134.
  28. Hacohen, MH. "Red Vienna, the ’Jewish Question,’ and Emigration, 1936-1937." Karl Popper: Critical Assessments.. Ed. Hear, AO; ed,. 4 volsRoutledge, 2004. 1:87-133..
  29. Hacohen, MH. "Karl Popper and the Liberal Imagination in Science and Politics (in Hungarian)." Buksz – Budapest Review of Books. (Budapesti Könyvszemle – Buksz) (Winter, 2003).
  30. Hacohen, M. "Historicizing Deduction." Induction and Deduction in the Sciences. Ed. Galavotti, MC; Stadler, F. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2003.
  31. Hacohen, MH; Popper, K. "The formative years, 1902-1945." Annals of Science 59.1 (January, 2002): 89. [doi]
  32. Hacohen, MH. "Critical Rationalism, Logical Positivism, and the Poststructuralist Conundrum: Reconsidering the Neurath-Popper Debate." History of Philosophy and Science. Ed. Heidelberger, M; Stadler, F. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 2002. 307-324.
  33. Hacohen, MH. "La città celeste di Popper: Platone, Atene e la società aperta." Karl R. Popper, 1902-2002: ripensando il razionalismo critico. (Nuova Civilta delle Macchine, XX:2). Ed. Gattei, S. Nuova Civiltà delle Macchine, XX:2XX:2Analisi-Trend, 2002. II:12-160.
  34. Hacohen, MH. "Karl Popper’s Cosmopolitanism: Culture Clash and Jewish Identity." Rethinking Vienna 1900. Ed. Beller, S. New York: Berghahn Books, 2001. 171-194.
  35. Hacohen, MH. "The Limits of the National Paradigm in the Study of Political Thought." Political Thought and its History in National Context. Ed. Castiglione, D; Hampsher-Monk, I. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001. 247-279.
  36. Hacohen, MH. "The Poverty of Historicism, 1935-1940." Storiografia 5 (2001): 67.-72..
  37. Hacohen, MH. "Karl Popper - The Formative Years, 1902-1945: Politics and Philosophy in Interwar Vienna."  Cambridge University Press, 2000  [author's comments]
  38. Hacohen, MH. "The Rebirth of Liberalism in Science and Politics: Karl Popper, the Vienna Circle, and Red Vienna." Metropole Wien. Texturen der Moderne. Ed. Horak, R; al, E. 2 vols.IIVienna: WUV, 2000. 146-179.
  39. Hacohen, MH. "Dilemmas of cosmopolitanism: Karl Popper, Jewish identity, and "Central European Culture"." Journal of Modern History 71.1 (January, 1999): 105-149. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  40. Hacohen, MH. "Karl Popper in Esilio."  Ed. Editore, R Biblioteca Austriaca, 1999 Translated by Dario Antiseri
  41. Hacohen, MH. "Karl Popper, the Vienna Circle, and Red Vienna." Journal of the History of Ideas 59.4 (October, 1998): 711-734. [Gateway.cgi]
  42. Hacohen, MH. "Leonard Krieger: Historicization and political engagement in intellectual history." History and Theory 35.1 (December, 1996): 84-128.  [abs]
  43. Hacohen, MH. "D. W. Hamlyn, Being a Philosopher: A History of a Practice." Philosophy of the Social Sciences 26 (June, 1996): 304-310.
  44. Hacohen, MH. "Karl Popper in Exile: The Viennese Progressive Imagination and the Making of the Open Society." Philosophy of the Social Sciences 26.4 (January, 1996): 452-492. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  45. Hacohen, MH. "Leonard Krieger: Historicalization and Political Engagement in Intellectual History." History and Theory 35 (1996): 80-130.

Holmgren, Beth

  1. Holmgren, B. "Cabaret Nation: The Jewish Foundations of Kabaret Literacki, 1920-1929.." Poland and Hungary Jewish Realities Compared (February, 2019): 273-288.  [abs]
  2. Holmgren, B. A Whole World of Mythology. ed. Baumgartner, J. Women'S Review of Books 36.1 (February, 2019): 12-13.  [abs]
  3. Holmgren, B. "Holocaust history and jewish heritage preservation: Scholars and stewards working in pis-ruled Poland." Shofar: an Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 37.1 (January, 2019): 96-107. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Holmgren, B. "The Cabaret Song: Its Multi-Ethnic Pedigree and Transnational Adventures, 1919-1968." Being Poland A New History of Polish Literature and Culture since 1918 (October, 2018).  [abs]
  5. Holmgren, B. "Warsaw Is My Country The Story of Krystyna Bierzynska, 1928-1945."  Jews of Poland, February, 2018: 132 pages.  [abs]
  6. Holmgren, B. "Tending Andersland: The Calling of Feliks Konarski and Nina Olenska." Diaspora polska w Ameryce Polnocnej (2018): 513-528.
  7. Holmgren, B. Their Own Wars: A Review of Svetlana Alexievich's THE UNWOMANLY FACE OF WAR: AN ORAL HISTORY OF WOMEN IN WORLD WAR II.  Women'S Review of Books 54.6 (December, 2017): 11-13.
  8. Holmgren, B, trans. Jerzy Jurandot. Literary Encyclopedia Ed. Sandru, C; Koropeckyj, R.  (2017).
  9. Holmgren, B. The Cult of Forbidden Thoughts: The Big Green Tent by Liudmila Ulitskaya, translated by Polly Gannon.  Women'S Review of Books 33.4 (July, 2016): 12-13.
  10. Hashamova, Y; Holmgren, B; Lipovetsky, M. "Transgressive women in modern Russian and east European cultures: From the bad to the blasphemous."  Routledge, January, 2016: 1-216. [doi]  [abs]
  11. Holmgren, B. "From the legs up: The rise and retreat of the chorus girl in interwar Poland." Transgressive Women in Modern Russian and East European Cultures: From the Bad to the Blasphemous (January, 2016): 13-29. [doi]
  12. Holmgren, B. ""Cabaret Identity: How Best to Play a Jew or Pass as a Gentile in Wartime Poland"." Journal of Jewish Identities July 2014.Issue 7, number 2 (July, 2014): 15-33.
  13. Holmgren, B. ""Nadezhda Mandelstam"." YIVO ENCYCLOPEDIA OF JEWS IN EASTERN EUROPE (February, 2014).
  14. Holmgren, B. "Helena Modjeska on the American Stage." (February, 2014): 2-3.
  15. B. Holmgren. ""Lopek and Company: The Warsaw Careers of Kazimierz Krukowski"." POLIN: Studies in Polish Jewry  (2014).
  16. Holmgren, B. "Cabaret Identity: How Best to Play a Jew or Pass as a Gentile in Wartime Poland." Journal of Jewish Identities 7.2 (2014): 15-33. [doi]
  17. Holmgren,. "Collecting the Show on the Road: Spotlight on Anna Mieszkowska and the Polish Cabaret Archive." The Polish Review 59.4 (2014): 3-3. [doi]
  18. with Chatterjee, C; Holmgren, B. "Americans experience Russia: Encountering the enigma, 1917 to the present."  Routledge, December, 2013: 1-232. [doi]  [abs]
  19. Holmgren, B. "Russia on their mind: How hollywood pictured the Soviet front." Americans Experience Russia: Encountering the Enigma, 1917 to the Present (December, 2013): 105-123. [doi]
  20. Holmgren, B. "The Lives of Secret Others." East European Film Bulletin (August, 2013). (  [author's comments]
  21. with Blobaum, R; Holmgren, B; Wampuszyc, E. "Warsaw 2013." East European Politics & Societies 27.2 (May, 2013): 185-186. [doi]
  22. Holmgren, B. "Acting Out: Qui pro Quo in the Context of Interwar Warsaw." East European Politics & Societies 27.2 (May, 2013): 205-223. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  23. Holmgren, B. "Toward an Understanding of Gendered Agency in Contemporary Russia." Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 38.3 (Spring, 2013): 535-542. [doi]
  24. Holmgren, B. "Starring Madame Modjeska: On Tour in Poland and America."  Indiana University Press, November, 2011: 432 pages.  [abs]
  25. B. Holmgren. "STARRING MADAME MODJESKA: ON TOUR IN POLAND AND AMERICA."  Indiana University Press, October 20, 2011 [product_info.php]  [abs]
  26. B. Holmgren. "Russia on Their Mind: How Hollywood Depicted the Soviet Front." AMERICANS EXPERIENCE RUSSIA: ENCOUNTERING THE ENIGMA, 1917 TO THE PRESENT  (forthcoming in 2013): 24 pp in ms..
  27. B. Holmgren. ""Helena Modjeska on the American Stage"." THE QUEEN OF DRAMA Special publication (Newspaper of scholarly "reviews" and photo album) (Fall, 2010): 2-3.
  28. Holmgren, B. "The art of playing patriot: The polish stardom of Helena Modjeska." Theatre Journal 62.3 (October, 2010): 349-371. [Gateway.cgi]  [abs]
  29. Holmgren, B. "The Polish Actress Unbound: Tales of Modrzejewska/Modjeska." The Other in Polish Theater and Drama (2010): 57-77.
  30. Holmgren, B. "War, Women, and Song: The Case of Hanka Ordonowna." Aspasia: the International Yearbook of Central, Eastern, and Southeastern European Women’S and Gender History 2 (Summer, 2010): 139-54.
  31. Holmgren, B. "Taking Stock, Screening History: Twenty Years of Women’s Studies at AAASS." Newsnet of the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies 49.1 (January, 2009): 1-4.
  32. Holmgren, B. "Edouard de Reszke." POLISH-AMERICAN HISTORY AND CULTURE: AN ENCYCLOPEDIA (2009).
  34. Holmgren, B. "Ne-natural’naia shkola:Semeistvo Tal'nikovykh Panaevoi." Trava: Punkty (Fall, 2009): 45-72. (Original article published in Russian.)
  35. Holmgren, B. ""Od Booth-a do Modrzejewskiej: Wyrafinowany Szekspir na scenie amerykanskiej" ("From Booth to Modjeska: Refining Shakespeare for the American Stage")." Pamietnik Teatralny (Theatre Journal) LVIII.3-4 (Summer, 2009): 27-57.  [author's comments]
  36. B. Holmgren. ""Nadezhda Mandelstam"." YIVO ENCYCLOPEDIA OF JEWS IN EASTERN EUROPE (Spring, 2008).
  37. Holmgren, B. "Nadezhda Mandel’shtam." Dictionary of Literary Biography: Russian Prose Writers After World War II 302 (2008): 164-71.
  38. Holmgren, B. "Evgeniia Ginzburg." Yivo Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe (Spring, 2008).
  39. Holmgren, B. "Settlling for the Real Hollywood: Russians in Studio-Era American Film." American Artists From the Russian Empire (Fall, 2008): 97-115.
  40. Holmgren, B. "Aristocrats and Working Girls: Towards a History of Russian Emigre Women in the United States"." MAPPING THE FEMININE: RUSSIAN WOMEN AND CULTURAL DIFFERENCE (Winter, 2008): 231-47..
  41. Holmgren, B. "The Blue Angel and blackface: Redeeming entertainment in Aleksandrov's Circus." Russian Review 66.1 (January, 2007): 5-22. [20620475], [doi]
  42. Holmgren, B. "Fiction and the Acting Life: The Memoir of Helena Modjeska." Real Stories, Imagined Realities: Fictionality and Non-fictionality in Literary Constructs and Historical Contexts Tampere Studies in Language, Translation and Culture, Series A (Summer, 2007): 343-57..  [abs]
  43. Holmgren, B. "Review of Knut Andreas Grimstad & Ursula Phillips, ed. GENDER AND SEXUALITY IN ETHICAL CONTEXT: TEN ESSAYS ON POLISH PROSE." Slavic Review 66.2 (Summer, 2007): 323-24.
  44. B. Holmgren, H. Goscilo, eds.. POLES APART: WOMEN IN MODERN POLISH CULTURE. Indiana Slavic Studies,  Slavica Publishers, November, 2006  (This volume includes my co-authored introduction and my authored article, "Public Women, Parochial Stage: The Actress in Late Nineteenth-Century Poland.")
  45. Goscilo, H; Holmgren, B. "Poles apart: Women in modern Polish culture."  January, 2006: 1-167.
  46. Holmgren, B. "Public women, parochial stage: The actress in late nineteenth-century Poland." Poles Apart: Women in Modern Polish Culture (January, 2006): 11-35.  [abs]
  47. Holmgren, B. "Five short articles – "Nadezhda Mandelstam," "Liudmila Petrushevskaia," "GUM," "Lidiia Ruslanova," "Red Army Chorus"." THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN CULTURE (Fall, 2006).
  48. B. Holmgren. ""Nadezhda Mandel'shtam"." DICTIONARY OF LITERARY BIOGRAPHY: RUSSIAN PROSE WRITERS AFTER WORLD WAR II 302 (Spring, 2005): 164-71.
  49. Holmgren, B. "Cossack cowboys, mad Russians: The émigré actor in studio-era Hollywood." Russian Review 64.2 (January, 2005): 236-258. [doi]
  50. Holmgren, B. "Imitation of Life: A Russian Guest in the Polish Regimental Family." Polish Encounters/Russian Identity (Spring, 2005): 37-49.
  51. Holmgren, B. "W domu u Sienkiewicza." Polonistyka Po Amerykansku: Badania Nad Literature Polska W Ameryce Polnocnej (1990-2005) (Summer, 2005): 301-15. My article "At Home with Sienkiewicz" was selected by the editors to be included in this volume of scholarship by American Polonists. It is published by the Institute of Literary Research in Warsaw, the most renowned center for literary theory and criticism in Poland
  52. Gheith, J; Holmgren, B. "Art and prostokvasha: Avdot'ia panaeva's work." (December, 2003): 128-144.
  53. Holmgren, B. "Introduction." Russian Memoir: History and Literature 8.SUPPL. 5 (December, 2003): S4-S4. [doi]
  54.  "The Russian Memoir."  Ed. Holmgren, Beth, Northwestern University Press, November, 2003: 256 pages.  [abs]
  55. B. Holmgren. THE RUSSIAN MEMOIR: HISTORY AND LITERATURE.  Northwestern University Press, November, 2003  (This edited volume includes my introduction (ix-xxxix) and an essay I co-authored with Jehanne Gheith, "Art and Prostokvasha: Avdot'ia Panaeva's Work" (128-44))
  56. B. Holmgren. ""The Polish Actress Unbound: Tales of Modrzejewska/Modjeska"." THE OTHER IN POLISH THEATRE AND DRAMA Indiana Slavic Series (Summer, 2003): 57-77.
  57. Holmgren, B. "Emigre-zation: American Picture Books and Russian Artists." KAZAAM! SPLAT! PLOOF! The American Impact on European Culture Since 1945 (Spring, 2003): 219-33.
  58. Holmgren, B. "America, America: Scouting the Routes of Translation." Living in Translation: Polish Writers in America (Spring, 2003): 29-43. This edited volume is the English version of the Polish ZYCIE W PRZEKLADZIE.
  59. Holmgren, B. "Nadezhda Mandel'shtam and her american interlocutors." Russian Review 61.4 (January, 2002): 531-534. (Article commissioned as afterword to issue devoted to the life and work of Russian poet Osip Mandelstam) [doi]
  60. Holmgren, B. "At Home with Sienkiewicz." Framing the Polish Home: Postwar Cultural Constructions of Hearth, Nation, and Self (Fall, 2002): 219-36.
  61. Holmgren, B. "Ameryka, Ameryka, czyli jak zyc w przekladzie." Zycie W Przekladzie (Fall, 2002): 17-33.
  62. Holmgren, B. "The Importance of Being Unhappy, or Why She Died." Imitations of Life: Two Centuries of Melodrama in Russia (Fall, 2002): 79-98.
  63. Holmgren, B. "Writing the Female Body Politic (1945-1985)." The Cambridge History of Russian Women's Literature (Fall, 2002): 225-42.
  64. Holmgren, B. "Virility and Gentility: How Sienkiewicz and Modjeska Redeemed America." Polish Review XLVI.3 (2001): 283-296.
  65. Вербицкая, А; Holmgren, B. "Keys to Happiness A Novel."  Indiana University Press, 1999: 300 pages.  [abs]
  66. Holmgren, B. "Rewriting Capitalism."  University of Pittsburgh Pre, December, 1998: 260 pages.  [abs]
  67. Holmgren, B. "Patronized saints: The cult of the artist in Poland's illustrated weekly." East European Politics & Societies 10.3 (September, 1996): 416-437.
  68. Goscilo, H; Holmgren, B. "Russia--women--culture."  Indiana University Press, 1996: 386 pages.  [abs]
  69. Holmgren, B. "Those Unsettling Slavs, Or There's No Place Like Home." Literary Studies East and West 11 (1996): 98-110.
  70. Holmgren, B. "Why Russian Girls Loved Charskaia." Russian Review 54.1 (January, 1995): 91-91. [130776], [doi]
  71. Holmgren, B. "The Heart of the Matter? Nationalizing the Russian and Polish Romance." Teksty Drugie (Texts 2) 3/4 (1995): 68-86.
  72. Holmgren, B. "Bug Inspectors and Beauty Queens: The Problems of Translating Feminism into Russian." Genders 22 (1995): 15-31.
  73. Holmgren, B. "Women's Works in Stalin's Time."  Indiana University Press, January, 1993: 225 pages.  [abs]
  74. Holmgren, B. "The Transfiguring of Context in the Work of Abram Terts." Slavic Review 50.4 (1991): 965-977. [2500476], [doi]  [abs]
  75. Holmgren, B. "Rozmowy z Gombrowiczem.(Gombrowicz’s A Kind of Testament)." Pamiętnik Literacki (The Literary Journal) 1 (1990): 75-106.
  76. Holmgren, B. "Witold Gombrowicz within the Wieszcz Tradition." Slavic and East European Journal 33.4 (1989): 556-556. [308286], [doi]

Kachurin, Pamela

  1. P.J. Kachurin. "Making Modernism Soviet: The Avant Garde in the Early Soviet Era 1918-1928."  Northwestern University Press, 2013 Release Date: Oct. 31, 2013  [abs]
  2. P.J. Kachurin. ""Working (for) the State: Vladimir Tatlin's career in early Soviet Russia and the origins of "The Monument to the Third International".."  JHU, January, 2012
  3. P.J. Kachurin. Malevich as Soviet Bureaucrat: GINKhUK and the Survival of the Avant Garde 1921-1926. Rethinking Malevich. The Pindar Press, December, 2007
  4. P.J. Kachurin. "Designing the Modern Utopia: Soviet Textiles from the Lloyd Cotsen Collection."  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2006
  5. PJ Kachurin. "“After the Deluge: Russian Ark and the (Ab)uses of Russian History."  August, 2003
  6. P.J. Kachurin. "“The ROCI Road to Peace: Robert Rauschenberg, Perestroika, and the End of the Cold War."  Ed. Pamela Kachurin and Musya Glants MIT Press, Winter, 2002
  7. PJ Kachurin. ""Purchasing Power: The State as Art Patron in Early Soviet Russia,”."  Summer, 1998

Maksimova, Elena A

  1. Maksimova, EA. "Russian Language and Culture through Film II."  November, 2011  [abs] [author's comments]
  2. Maksimova, EA. "Russian Grammatical Dictionary."  2011 B. CD-ROM and web-based instructional materials: 1. Grammatical Dictionary of Contemporary Standard Russian. NEW 2,000 lexical entries (2010). []
  3. Maksimova, EA. "Russian Culture and Language through Film."  SEELRC, 2011
  4. Andrews, E; Maksimova, EA. "Russian translation: Theory and practice."  Routledge, August, 2009: 1-187. (Volume 2 is in electronic format.) [doi]  [abs]
  5. Maksimova, EA. "Postroenie xudozhestvennogo prostranstva u Bunina i Sezanna (The Construction of Artistic Space in Bunin and Cezanne)." Contemporary Russian Studies: Language, Culture, Text (2009).
  6. Andrews, E; Maksimova, E. "Semiotic Transitions: A Key to Modelling Translation." Sign Systems Studies 36 (2009).
  7. "Semiospheric Transitions: A Key to Modelling Translation." Sign Systems Studies/Труды по знаковым системам 36.2 (2008): 259-270. (Co-author: E. Andrews)
  8.  "Russian Language and Culture through Film."  4th edition, SEELRC2006
  9. "Предисловие к грамматическому словарю русского языка." (2004). (Forward to the Grammatical Dictionary of Contemporary Russian. Co-editor: I.G. Guliakova.)
  10. "Замятинский Пушкин: Пушкинские образы в романе МЫ Е.И. Замятина." Russkoe slovo v mirovoj kul'ture (2003): 364-371.
  11. with Andrews, E; Maksimova, E. "Zamjatinkskij Puskin." Russkaja Literatura, Journal of the Institute of Russian Literature of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Puskinskij Dom (2003).
  12. Maksimova, EA. "Grammatical Dictionary of Contemporary Standard Russian."  SEELRC, 2003 Version 1 (10,000 lexemes. Current version in 2009 - 19,000 lexemes. Co-editor: I.G. Guliakova
  13. Maksimova, EA. "Russian Language and Culture through Film."  SEELRC, 2002 (Versions 1.1 and 1.2)
  14. Maksimova, EA. "K voprosy o xudozhestvennom prostranstve u Gogol’a i Bulgakova: Sadovoe kol’co v svete nevskix fonarej." Jazyk, Kul’tura i obshchenie v uslovijax kratkosrochnoho obuchenija (2000): 95-99.
  15. Maksimova, EA. "Polemika o polemike: Peshchera' E.I. Zamjatina." Russian Literature (Amsterdam) XLIV.II (August, 1998): 185-196.
  16. Maksimova, EA. "Ivan Bunin: Tvorcestvo 20-x godov: O miniat'urax Bunina: Strashnyj rasskaz - 1926 god." Russkaja Literatura (Irli, Russian Academy of Sciences Journal) 1 (1997): 215-219.
  17. with "A Semantic Analysis of the Pronoun sej in Contemporary Russian." A Calculus of Meaning: Studies in Markedness, Distinctive Features and Deixis (1996): 217-234. (With I. Dolgova)
  18. Maksimova, EA; Dolgova, I. "A semantic analysis of the pronoun "sej" in Contemporary Russian." A Calculus of Meaning: Studies in Markedness, Distinctive Features and Deixix (1996): 217-234.
  19. Maksimova, EA. "Celostnyj analis xudozhestvennogo teksta: ’Strashnyj rasskaz I.A. Bunina’." Russkoe xudozhestvennoh slovo: Tezisy dokladov (1996): 112-114. (abstract)
  20. Maksimova, EA. "Tradicii drevnerusskoj literatury v tvorchestve Zam'atina: Simvolika Doma-Antidoma v romane Zam'atina 'My'." Avrora 9/10 (1994): 70-76.
  21. with Maksimova, EA; Andrews, E; Dolgova, I; Flath, C; Tuyl, JV. "S mesta v kar’er: Leaping into Russian: A Systematic Introduction to Contemporary Russian Grammar."  1994 Focus, 536 pp. Second expanded and corrected edition
  22. with Maksimova, EA; Andrews, E. "S mesta v kar’er: Leaping into Russian: Instructor’s Manual."  Focus Publishers, 1994
  23. with Maksimova, EA; Andrews, E; Lahusen, T. "O sintetizme, matematike i prochem...: Roman "My" E.I. Zam’atina."  St. Petersburg: Astra-L’uks, izd. Sudaryn’a, 1994

Matlock, Jack

  1. Jr, JFM. "Leskov Into English On Translating Soboryane (Church Folks)."  2013  [abs]
  2. Jack F Matlock, J. "Superpower Illusions."  Yale University Press, 2010: 344 pages.  [abs]
  3. Jack F Matlock, J. "Reagan And Gorbachev How The Cold War Ended."  Random House Trade Paperbacks, 2005: 363 pages.  [abs]
  4. Matlock, JF. "Autopsy on an Empire The American Ambassador's Account of the Collapse of the Soviet Union."  Random House Incorporated, 1995: 836 pages.  [abs]

McAuliffe, Jody

  1. McAuliffe, J. "Ibsen in practice, relational readings of performance, cultural encounters and power." Studies in Theatre and Performance 36.1 (January, 2016): 98-99. [doi]
  2. McAuliffe, J. "Bozo’s Circus." Litscapes: Collected Writings 2015 (May, 2015).
  3.  Political and Protest Theatre after 9/11, Patriotic Dissent. ed. Graley Herren. Text & Presentation, 2012The Comparative Drama Conference Series 9 (2013).
  4. McAuliffe, J. "The Mythical Bill, A Neurological Memoir."  Sightline SeriesUniversity of Iowa Press, 2013
  5. McAuliffe, J. "Gulag Follies." Ethics & Images of Pain (2012).
  6. McAuliffe, J. "Enda Walsh - med unik scenisk fantasi." Norwegian Shakespeare and Theatre Magazine (2011).
  7. McAuliffe, J. "Mythical Bill: An Inordinately Bright, Dreary Life." Topograph: New writing from the Carolinas and the landscape beyond (2010).
  8. McAuliffe, J. "Maly Theatre of St. Petersburg’s production of Uncle Vanya." Norwegian Shakespeare and Theatre Magazine (2010).
  9. McAuliffe, J. "He Sings the Body Tinterotic." Frank Lentricchia: Essays on his Fiction (2009).
  10. McAuliffe, J. "The Wooster Group - La Didone." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift (2009).
  11. McAuliffe, J. "My Lovely Suicides (a novel)."  Ravenna Press, 2008
  12. McAuliffe, J. "Mesterlig av Caryl Churchill." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift (2008).
  13. McAuliffe, J. "Fire korte av Beckett." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift (2008).
  14. McAuliffe, J. "Den ultimate feminist." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift (2008).
  15. McAuliffe, J. "Teater som inkvisisjon." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift (2008).
  16. McAuliffe, J. "Faulkners romanunivers til scenen." Norsk Shakespeare Og Teater Tidsskrift (2008).
  17. McAuliffe, J. "Boos etterkommere (Descendants of Boo)." Vagant Magazine, Norway (September, 2006).  [author's comments]
  18. Jody McAuliffe and Frank Lentricchia, translated into Turkish by Ayrinti Yayinlari. "Crimes of Art and Terror."  2005
  19. McAuliffe, J. "Lucia Joyce as Cordelia and the Fool." Journal of Modern Literature (2005).  [author's comments]
  20. McAuliffe, J. "Grave Love." South Atlantic Quarterly (December, 2003).
  21. Lentricchia, F; McAuliffe, J. "Crimes of Art and Terror."  University of Chicago Press, November, 2003: 200 pages.  [abs] [author's comments]
  22. with Frank Lentricchia. "Groundzeroland." South Atlantic QuarterlyDissent from the Homeland: Essays after 9/11 (2003).
  23. William Noland. "The Image World of Mao II." South Atlantic Quarterly (2003). (contains my notes on William Noland's images)
  24. McAuliffe, J; Lentricchia, F. "Groundzeroland." Dissent from the Homeland: Essays after 9/11 (2003).
  25. McAuliffe, J. "Fire and Water." The Norwegian Shakespeare and Theatre Magazine (2003).  [author's comments]
  26. McAuliffe, J. "Not So Far Away." The Norwegian Shakespeare and Theatre Magazine (2003).  [author's comments]
  27. McAuliffe, J. "Reflections on a Director’s Process." The New Trial (2001). (translated by Evers, K; Rollerston, J)
  28. McAuliffe, J. "The Imaginary Letters of Heinrich von Kleist to the Poet Holderlin." Literary Imagination (Winter, 2001). (fiction)
  29. McAuliffe, J. "Mysterious Actions." South Atlantic Quarterly 99.2-3 (April, 2000): 273-275. (Guest Editor) [doi]
  30. McAuliffe, J. "The Neurology of Ninfa." Italy, Italy (1999).
  31.  "Plays, Movies, and Critics."  Ed. McAuliffe, J Duke Press, 1993
  32. McAuliffe, J. "The Church of the Desert: Reflections on The Sheltering Sky." Plays, Movies, and Critics (Spring, 1993).
  33. McAuliffe, J. "American Dreaming: 1492." Duke Magazine (May, 1992).
  34. McAuliffe, J. "Standing on End." Southwest Review (Spring, 1989). (short story)

Miller, Martin A.

  1. Miller, MA. "Ivan Pavlov: A Russian Life in Science. By Daniel P. Todes.Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. Pp. xx+856. $39.95.." Journal of Modern History 88.3 (September, 2016): 732-734. [doi]
  2. Miller, MA. "Psychiatric diagnosis as political critique: Russia in war and revolution." Russian Culture in War and Revolution, 1914-22 (January, 2014): 245-256.
  3. M.A. Miller. "The Foundations of Modern Terrorism: State, Society and the Dynamics of Political Violence."  Ed. Cambridge Cambridge University Press, 2013
  4. Miller, MA. "OBITUARY: Michael Confino (1926-2010)." Russian Review 70 (April, 2011): 365-366. [41061891]
  5. Miller, MA. "The foundations of modern terrorism: State, society and the dynamics of political violence."  Cambridge University Press, January, 2009: 1-293. [doi]  [abs]
  6. Miller, MA. "Warren Lerner, 1929-2007 - In memoriam." Slavic Review 67.3 (2008): 816-817. [27653017], [doi]
  7. Miller, MA. "Ordinary Terrorism in Historical Perspective." Journal for the Study of Radicalism 2 (2008): 125-154. [html]
  8.  "Madness and the Mad in Russian Culture."  Ed. ANGELA BRINTLINGER, IV University of Toronto Press, 2007 [9781442684539]  [abs]
  9. Miller, MA. "The concept of revolutionary insanity in Russian history." Madness and the Mad in Russian Culture (January, 2006): 105-116.
  10. Miller, MA. "Reviews of Books:The Tsarist Secret Police Abroad: Policing Europe in a Modernising World Fredric S. Zuckerman." American Historical Review 109.3 (June, 2004): 1005-1006. [530722], [doi]
  11. Miller, MA. "The Bolshevik Cinematic Intelligentsia." Vlast' I Nauka. Nauka I Vlast' (2003). ((in Russian))
  12. Miller, MA. "Freud au pays des soviets."  Paris: Les Empecheurs de penser en rond/Le Seuil, 2001 translation of Freud and the Bolsheviks Yale UP 1998
  14. Miller, MA. "Review of Anarchist Portraits by Paul Avrich." American Historical Review 95 (June, 1990): 784-784. [2164297], [doi]
  15. Miller, MA. "The origins and development of Russian psychoanalysis, 1909-1930.." The Journal of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis 14.1 (January, 1986): 125-135. [doi]
  16. M.A. Miller. "THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONARY EMIGRES, 1825-1870."  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986
  17. Miller, MA. "THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONARY EMIGRES, 1825-1870."  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986
  18. Miller, MA. "The Russian Revolutionary Emigres, 1830-1870."  Johns Hopkins University Press, 1986
  19. Miller, MA. "Soviet psychology: psychology in utopia.." Science (New York, N.Y.) 227.4694 (March, 1985): 1574-1575. [1694893], [doi]
  20. Miller, MA. "Review of Revolutionary Morality: A Psychosexual Analysis of Twelve Revolutionists by William H. Blanchard." Russian Review 44 (January, 1985): 71-72. [129261], [doi]
  21. Miller, MA. "Review of Michael Bakunin: Roots of Apocalypse by Arthur P. Mendel." Russian Review 41 (October, 1982): 478-480. [129859], [doi]
  22. Miller, M. "Rothman Revisited." Crime and Social Justice (July, 1982): 98-103. [29766153]
  23. Miller, MA. "Review of Soviet Dissent in Historical Perspective. by Marshall S. Shatz." Slavic Review 41.02 (July, 1982): 350-350. [2496374], [doi]
  24. Miller, MA; Osofsky, S. "Peter Kropotkin." Russian Review 40.1 (January, 1981): 62-62. [doi]
  25. Miller, MA. "Review of Sergei Nechaev by Philip Pomper." American Historical Review 85 (June, 1980): 684-685. [1855047], [doi]
  26. Miller, MA; McClellan, W. "Revolutionary Exiles: The Russians in the First International and the Paris Commune." American Historical Review 84.5 (December, 1979): 1432-1432. [doi]
  27. Miller, MA. "Social Thought in Tsarist Russia: The Quest for a General Science of Society, 1861-1917.Alexander Vucinich." American Journal of Sociology 85.3 (November, 1979): 720-722. [doi]
  28. Miller, MA. "Review of Petr Tkachev: The Critic as Jacobin by Deborah Hardy." Journal of Modern History 50 (September, 1978): 579-581. [1877154]
  29. Miller, MA. "Review of The Confession of Mikhail Bakunin by Mikhail Bakunin; Robert C. Howes." American Historical Review 83 (February, 1978): 232-232. [1866047], [doi]
  30. Miller, MA; Capouya, E; Tompkins, K. "The Essential Kropotkin." Russian Review 35.2 (April, 1976): 203-203. [127839], [doi]
  31. Miller, MA; Bakunin, M; Lehning, A. "Selected Writings." Russian Review 35.1 (January, 1976): 104-104. [127660], [doi]
  32. Miller, MA. "Anarchism vs. marxism in the russian revolution a review of recent literature." International Labor and Working Class History 9 (January, 1976): 28-37. [27671203], [doi]
  33. M.A. Miller. "KROPOTKIN."  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1976
  34. Miller, MA. "KROTPOTKIN."  Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1976
  35. Miller, MA. "Research note on the study of socialism and labor history in paris." Newsletter, European Labor and Working Class History 3 (January, 1973): 12-13. [20519602], [doi]

Need, David

  1.  "French: Rainer Maria Rilke translated by David Need." Fafnir's Heart World Poetry in Translation. Ed. Chabria, PS. (Bombaykala Books), December, 2018. (translated by Need, D)  [abs]
  2.  "German: Rainer Maria Rilke translated by David Need." Fafnir's Heart World Poetry in Translation. Ed. Chabria, PS. (Bombaykala Books), December, 2018. (translated by Need, D)  [abs]
  3. Rilke, RM. From Notebooks and Personal Papers. October, 2018. 210 pages pp.  [abs]
  4. Need, D. Songs In-Between the Day / Offshore ST. Mark — Two Suites. Three Count Pour Press, 2015. 69 pages pp.  [abs]
  5. Rilke, RM. Roses: The Late French Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke. Edited by Need, D. Horse and Buggy Press, July, 2014. 213 pages pp. (translated by Need, D)  [abs]
  6. Need, D. "Adjacency and the Politics of Everyday Practice: Fanny Howe’s Lives of a Spirit." Spoke 1.Fall (2013).
  7. Need, D. "Folding Time: On the ‘Gnostic’ Effects of Irruption and Loss in the Work of H.D., Philip K. Dick, Allen Ginsberg, and Alice Notley." Talisman 41.Fall (2013).
  8. Need, D. "Spontaneity, immediacy, and difference: Philosophy, being in time, and creativity in the aesthetics of jack kerouac, charles olson, and john cage." The Philosophy of the Beats. Ed. Sharin N. Elkholy. (University Press of Kentucy), 2012. 195-210.  [abs]
  9. Need, D. "What Water is Said? A Review Essay." Oyster Boy Review 12.Summer (2012): 68-70.
  10. Need, DN. "Spontaneity, Immediacy, and Difference: Philosophy, Being in Time, and Creativity in the Aesthetics of Jack Kerouac, Charles Olson, and John Cage." The Philosophy of the Beats. Ed. Elkholy, SN. (University Press of Kentucy), 2012.
  11. Need, DN. "From "Offshore St. Mark"." Talisman 38/39/40 (Summer 2010) (2011): 142-163.
  12. Need, DN. “On Zhang Er’s So Translating Rivers and Cities”.  Talisman 38/39/40 (Summer 2010) (2010): 117-118.
  13. Need, DN. “Guillevic’s The Sea and Other Poems”.  Talisman 38/39/40 (Summer 2010) (2010): 122-123.
  14. Need, DN. ""Death's Trials" from St. John's Rose Slumber." Hambone (Fall, 2009).
  15. Need, DN. ": “Initiation and Lyric Structure: Nathaniel Tarn’s Essays on Poetics”." Golden Handcuffs Review II.11 (Spring/Summer) (Summer, 2009): 215-225.
  16. Need, D. "A Man Made of Words." Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 35.Summer/Fall (2007): 105-114.
  17. Need, D. "Kerouac’s Buddhism." Talisman: A Journal of Contemporary Poetry and Poetics 32/33.Summer/Fall (2006): 83-90.

Price, Gareth O.

  1. Price, G. "English for all? Neoliberalism, globalization, and language policy in Taiwan." Language in Society 43.5 (November, 2014): 567-589. [doi]  [abs]
  2. G.O. Price. "Decoding "Benefits Street": How Britain was divided by a TV show." The Guardian (February 22, 2014). [benefits-street-tv-programme-divided-the-nation]
  3. G.O. Price. "Pamela Geller: Most unwanted." Huffington Post (June 27, 2013). [html]
  4. G.O. Price. "The dark reality of secession fantasy." Huffington Post (November 19, 2012). [html]
  5. G.O. Price. "Do they hate us for our freedom of hate speech?." Huffington Post (September 17, 2012). [html]
  6. G.O. Price. "You didn't say that." Huffington Post (September 4, 2012). [html]
  7. G.O. Price. "You didn't say that.." Hufington Post (September 4, 2012).
  8. G.O. Price. "Healthy start for Olympics." News & Observer (August 3, 2012). [html]
  9. G.O. Price. "Too much for the subway? (Segment on hate speech and Islamophobia)."  2012 [5059df312b8c2a741a00043f]
  10. G. O. Price. "Language, Society and the State: From Colonization to Globalization in Taiwan."  Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter, To appear 2015
  11. G.O. Price. "Occupy Wall Street as a fable people can relate to." Seattle Times (October 6, 2011). [html]
  12. G. O. Price. Review of Phillip Seargeant: The Idea of English in Japan.  Language Policy 10(3) (2011): 269-271.
  13. G. O. Price. Review of Elizabeth Kaske: The Politics of Language in Chinese Education, 1895–1919.  Language Policy 9(3) (2010): 281-283.

Tetel, Julie A.

  1. with Tetel, JA; Carter, PM. "Languages of the World. An Introduction through Culture and Cognition." Wiley-Blackwell. WILEY-BLACKWELL, 2014
  2. Tetel, JA. "Linguistics and Evolution. A Developmental Systems Theory Approach."  Cambridge University Press, 2013  [author's comments]
  3. Tetel, JA. "Historiography’s contribution to theoretical linguistics." Chomskyan Evolutions and Revolutions: Essays in Honor of E.F.K. Koerner (January, 2010): 443-469.  [abs]
  4. Tetel, JA. "Toward a history of American Linguistics." Language 86.1 (Spring, 2010).  [abs]
  5. Tetel, JA. "William Dwight Whitney in Perspective." Metascience (Winter, 2006).
  6. Tetel, JA. "Pragmatism, Behaviorism, and the Evolutionary Script." C. S. Peirce Papers (1998).
  7. Tetel, JA. "L’ecole americaine." Histoire Des Idees Linguistiques 3 (1998).
  8. Tetel, JA. "Postmodern Identity (Crisis): Confessions of a Linguistic Historiographer and Romance Writer." (1998). [pdf]
  9. Tetel, JA. "The Behaviorist Turn in Recent Theories about Language." Behavior and Philosophy 20.1 (1992): 1-19.
  10. Tetel, JA. "The Contemporary Linguistic Meets the Postmodernist." Beitrage Zur Geschichte Der Sprachwissenschaft 2 (1992): 213-223.
  11. Tetel, JA. "On Genetic Encoding and Communication." Language and Communication 11.1/2 (1991): 29-32. (Commentary on Frederick J. Newmeyer's Functional Explanation in Linguistics and the Origins of Language, same volume)
  12. Tetel, JA. "Linguistics in America 1769-1924: A Critical History."  Routledge; paperback edition, December, 1995, 1990  [author's comments]
  13. Tetel, JA. "Whitney und Bloomfield: Abweichungen und Ubereinstimmungen." History and Historiography of Linguistics (1990): 807-819. ("Whitney and Bloomfield on American English" in ERIC Clearinghouse on Languages and Linguistics. Center for Applied Linguistics. Center for Applied Linguistics. Washington, D.C. ERIC Document Reproduction Service No.: ED 291 239. English version of German paper)
  14. Tetel, JA. "Review of G.A. Wells’s The Origins of Language. Aspects of the Discussion from Condillac to Wundt (1987)." Historiographia Linguistica XVII.3 (1990): 411-17.
  15. Tetel, JA. "Skinner and Chomsky Thirty Years Later." Historiographia Linguistica 17.1/2 (1990): 145-65. (Reprinted in The Behavior Analyst 1.14:49-60, 1991)
  16. Tetel, JA. "Review of P. Friedrich’s The Language Parallax. Linguistic Relativism and Poetic Indeterminacy (1986)." Language in Society 17.4 (1988): 600-04.
  17. Tetel, JA. "The Ideologues, Condillac and the Politics of Sign Theory." Semiotica 72.3/4 (1988): 271-90. (Review article of Connaissance et Langage chez Condillac by N. Rousseau, 1986; together with Les Ideologues, ed. W. Busse and J. Trabant, 1988)
  18. Tetel, JA. "Historiographic Observations on a Current Issue in American Linguistics." Papers in the History of Linguistics (1987).
  19. Tetel, JA. "Review of Tractatus philosophico-philologicus de methodo recte tractandi linguas exoticas." 1984 Latin/German Ed. C.F. Seidelmann (1724), Language in Society 13.1 (1987): 111-16.
  20. Tetel, JA. "Images des langues americaines au XVIIIe siecle." L’homme des Lumieres et la decouverte de l’autre (1985): 135-45.
  21. Tetel, JA. "Why Do We Do Linguistic Historiography?." Semiotica 56.3/4 (1985): 357-70. (Review article of Untersuchungen zur Historiographie der Linguistik, by P. Schmitter, 1982)
  22. Tetel, JA. "Debris et histoire dans la theorie linguistique au XVIII siecle." Materiaux pour une histoire des theories linguistiques (1984): 379-87.
  23. Tetel, JA. "Arbitraire et Contingence in the Semiotics of the Eighteenth Century." Semiotica 49.3/4 (1984): 361-80. (Review article of La Semiotique des Encyclopedistes, by S. Auroux, 1979)
  24. Tetel, JA. "Les langues amerindiennes, le comparatisme et les etudes franco-americaines." Amerindia 6 (1984): 107-25.
  25. Tetel, JA. "Signs and Systems in Condillac and Saussure." Semiotica 44.3/4 (1983): 259-81.
  26. Tetel, JA. "Langage naturel et artifice linguistique." Condillac et les problemes du langage, ed. J. Sgard, 275-88. Geneva: Slatkine (1982).
  27. Tetel, JA. "Linguistic Metaphors in Charles de Brosses’ Traite of 1765 and the History Linguistics." Linguisticae Investigationes I (1981): 1-25.
  28. Tetel, JA. "From Condillac to Condorcet: The Algebra of History." Studies in the History of Linguistics 20 (1980): 189-98.
  29. Tetel, JA; Tsiapera, M. "From Saussure to Chomsky: Linguistics and the Human Sciences." Innovations in Linguistics Education 1.2 (1980): 3-23.
  30. Tetel, JA. "Francois Thurot and the First History of Grammar." Historiographia Linguistica V.1/2 (1978): 45-57.

Tuna, Mustafa O.

  1. Tuna, M. "At the Vanguard of Contemporary Muslim Thought: Reading Said Nursi into the Islamic Tradition." Journal of Islamic Studies 28.3 (September, 2017): 311-340. [doi]
  2. Tuna, M. ""Pillars of the Nation": The Making of a Russian Muslim Intelligentsia and the Origins of Jadidism." Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 18.2 (2017): 257-281. [doi]
  3. Tuna, M. "Imperial Russia's Muslims Islam, Empire and European Modernity, 1788–1914."  Cambridge University Press, May, 2015  [abs]
  4. Tuna, M. "Madrasa Reform as a Secularizing Process: a View from the Late Russian Empire." Comparative Studies in Society and History 53.3 (Summer, 2011): 540-70.
  5. Tuna, M. "Zapadnaia literatura istorii Tatar 18go-nachala 20go vv. [Western Literature on the History of Kazan Tatars between the Eighteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries]." Istoriia Tatar s drevneishikh vremen 6 (2013).  [abs]
  6. Mustafa Tuna. ""Rusya Müslümanlarının Modernite İle Karşılaşması (The Encounter of Russia's Muslims with Modernity)"." Avrasya Konuşmaları: Medeniyet, Modernite, Kimlik (Eurasian Conversations: Civilization, Modernity, Identity) (2010).
  7. Tuna, M. ""Rusya Müslümanlarinin Modernite Ile Karsilasmasi (The Encounter of Russia’s Muslims with Modernity)"." Avrasya Konusmalari: Medeniyet, Modernite, Kimlik (Eurasian Conversations: Civilization, Modernity, Identity) (2010).
  8. Tuna, M. "Gaspirali vs. Il’minskii: Two Identity Projects for the Muslims of the Russian Empire." Nationalities Papers 30.2 (2002): 265-289.
  9. Mustafa Özgür Tuna. Görüşmeler Yoluyla Soykırım (Genocide by Negotiations).  Avrasya Dosyası: Sırbistan Bosna Hersek Özel Sayısı 3.4 (1996): 7-12.
  10. Tuna, MÖ. "Görüsmeler Yoluyla Soykirim (Genocide by Negotiations)." Avrasya Dosyasi: Sirbistan Bosna Hersek Özel Sayisi 3 (1996): 7-12.

Van Tuyl, Joanne

  1. Dale Peterson. Up from Bondage: the Literatures of Russian and African American Soul.  Canadian Slavonic Papers 44.3-4 (September, 2002): 315-16.
  2.  "S mesta v kar'er: Leaping Into Russian. Supplementary Taped Exercises."  Newburyport, Mass: Focus Press, 1995
  3.  "S mesta v kar'er: Leaping Into Russian. Handbook to Supplementary Taped Exercises."  Newburyport, Mass.: Focus Press, 1995
  4. with Andrews, Edna, Dolgova, Irina, Flath, Carol & Maksimova, Elena. "S mesta v kar'er: Leaping Into Russian. A Systematic Introduction to Contemporary Russian Grammar."  Newburyport, Mass.: Focus Press, 1994

Zitser, Ernest

  1. Giullian, JC; Zitser, EA. "Beyond LibGuides: The Past, Present, and Future of Online Research Guides." Slavic & East European Information Resources 16.4 (January, 2015): 170-180. [repository], [doi]  [abs]
  2. Zitser, EA. "Recalling Russia's Eighteenth Century: Imaginative Literature as Mnemonic Praxis." Russian History 42.4 (January, 2015): 453-460. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Zitser, EA. "From lubok to libel: Nineteenth-century Russian historiography and popular memory in the Jester wedding of Prince-Pope Nikita Zotov." Russian Literature 75.1-4 (January, 2014): 591-606. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Zitser, EA. "Boris Ivanovich Korybut-Kurakin (1676-1727)." Russia's People of Empire: Life Stories from Eurasia, 1500 to the Present (December, 2012): 59-68.
  5. Fedyukin, I; Zitser, EA. "For love and fatherland: Political clientage and the origins of Russia's first female order of chivalry." Cahiers Du Monde Russe 52.1 (December, 2011): 5-44. [doi]
  6. Zitser, EA. "A full-frontal history of the romanov dynasty: Pictorial "political pornography" in pre-reform russia." Russian Review 70.4 (October, 2011): 557-583. [doi]  [abs]
  7. Zitser, EA. "The Vita of Prince Boris Ivanovich "Korybu"-Kurakin: Personal life-writing and aristocratic self-fashioning at the court of Peter the Great." Jahrbucher Fur Geschichte Osteuropas 59.2 (2011): 163-194.  [abs]
  8. Brewer, MM; Zitser, EA. "Slavic information literacy: Past, present, and future." Slavic & East European Information Resources 10.2-3 (November, 2009): 117-124. [doi]
  9. Zitser, EA. ""A dirty place for Americans to be": Images of the Russian civil war in Siberia from the Robert L. Eichelberger collection at Duke University Libraries." Slavic & East European Information Resources 10.1 (November, 2009): 29-44. [doi]  [abs]
  10. Zitser, EA. "The Russian round table: Aleksei Zubov's depiction of the marriage of his royal highness, peter the first, autocrat of all the Russias." Picturing Russia: Explorations in Visual Culture (December, 2008): 57-62.
  11. Zitser, E. "Imperial saint: The cult of St Catherine and the dawn of female rule in Russia." Social History 33.2 (May, 2008): 212-214. [Gateway.cgi]
  12. Zitser, EA. "Picturing the Soviet Union's "greatest generation": The Soviet information Bureau Photograph Collection of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies." Slavic & East European Information Resources 8.1 (September, 2007): 3-10. [doi]  [abs]
  13. Zitser, EA. "The post-cold war metamorphosis of the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies library." Slavic & East European Information Resources 7.4 (December, 2006): 17-21. [doi]  [abs]
  14. Zitser, EA. "Apostles and apostates: The court of peter the great as a chivalrous religious order." Culture and Authority in the Baroque (January, 2005): 159-192.
  15. Zitser, EA. "The Transfigured Kingdom Sacred Parody and Charismatic Authority at the Court of Peter the Great."  Cornell University Press, 2004: 221 pages. [available here]  [abs]
  16. Zitser, EA. "Politics in the state of sober drunkenness: Parody and piety at the court of Peter the great." Jahrbucher Fur Geschichte Osteuropas 51.1 (2003): 1-14.
  17. Zitser, E. "Peter the Great and the West: New perspectives." Russian Review 61.2 (April, 2002): 308-309. [Gateway.cgi]

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