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Publications of Jehanne Gheith    :recent first  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

Books and Monographs

  1. J. Gheith and K. Jolluck, eds., Gulag Voices: Oral Histories of Soviet Incarceration and Exile , Palgrave MacMillan, book 2008  [author's comments]
  2. Gheith, J, An Improper Profession: Women, Gender, and Journalism in Late Imperial Russia, edited by Norton, BT; Gheith, J (2001), Duke University Press (Nominated for a Heldt prize.)
  3. Gheith, J, History of Women’s Writing in Russia, edited by Barker, A; Gheith, J (2002), Cambridge University Press (Awarded the Heldt Prize for Best Book in Slavic/Eurasian Women's Studies, November 2003.)
  4. Gheith, J, Russian Women, 1698-1917: Experience and Expression. An Anthology of Sources, edited by Bisha, R; Gheith, J; Holden, C; Wagner, W (2002), Indiana University Press
  5. Gheith, J, Finding the Middle Ground: Evgeniia Tur, V. Krestovskii, and the Power of Ambivalence in Nineteenth-Century Women’s Prose (2004), Northwestern University Press
  6. Gheith, J, Finding the middle ground: Krestovskii, Tur, and the power of ambivalence in nineteenth century Russian women's prose (December, 2004), pp. 1-302, ISBN 9780810117143  [abs]
  7. Gheith, J, Gulag Voices (January, 2011)

Papers Published

  1. Gheith, J, "August 1991," an account of my experiences in Moscow during the failed coup of August, 1991, Crees Newsletter (1991), Stanford
  2. Gheith, J, "August 1991," an account of my experiences in Moscow during the failed coup of August, 1991, Women East West (November, 1991)
  3. Gheith, J, A Slanted Perspective: Russian Literary Criticism and Women’s Prose in the Nineteenth Century, Teksty, vol. 4-5-6 (1993), pp. 213-224
  4. Gheith, J, Evgeniia Tur, in Dictionary of Russian Women Writers, Marina Ledkovsky, edited by Rosenthal, C; Zirin, MF (1994), Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press
  5. Gheith, J, Women in Russian and the Soviet Union, edited by Edmonson, L, Russian Review (April, 1994)
  6. Gheith, J, Introduction for a new edition of the Fiitzlyon translation, in The Memoirs of Princess Dashkova (1995), Durham, NC: Duke Press (Reprint, 2003.)
  7. Introduction, in Evgeniia Tur's Antonina (1996), Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press
  8. Gheith, JM, The superfluous man and the necessary woman: A "re-vision", Russian Review, vol. 55 no. 2 (January, 1996), pp. 226-244, JSTOR, ISSN 0036-0341 [doi]
  9. The Superfluous Man and the Necessary Woman: A Re-vision, in The Russian Review (April, 1996)
  10. Gheith, J, Evgeniia Tur and the Crimean Letters, in Russian Women Writers, edited by Tomei, CD (1998), Garland (article and translation.)
  11. Gheith, J, N. D. Khvoshchinskaia, in Reference Guide to Russian Literature, edited by Cornwell, N (1998), St. James Press
  12. Gheith, J, Nadezhda Durova, in Dictionary of Literary Biography (1999), Bruccoli Clark Layman and Gale
  13. Gheith, J, Redefining the Perceptible: The Journalism(s) of Avdot’ia Panaeva and Evgeniia Tur, in An Improper Profession: Women, Gender, and Journalism in Late Imperial Russia, edited by Norton, BT; Gheith, JM (2001), Duke University Press
  14. Gheith, J, Till My Tale Is Told: Women’s Memoirs of the Gulag, edited by Vilensky, S, Canadian American Slavic Studies (2001)
  15. Introduction, in An Improper Profession: Women, Gender, and Journalism in Late Imperial Russia, edited by Barbara T. Norton and Jehanne Gheith (2001), Duke University Press
  16. Gheith, J, "Women of the Thirties and Fifties: A Reperiodization", in A History of Women’s Writing in Russia, edited by Barker, A; Gheith, J (2002), Cambridge University Press
  17. Gheith, J, Karolina Pavlova, edited by Fusso, S; Lehrman, A, Russian Review (2002)
  18. with Adele Barker, Introduction, in A History of Women's Writing in Russia, edited by Adele Barker and Jehanne Gheith (2002), Cambridge University Press
  19. with Gheith, J; Holmgren, B, Art and Prostokvasha: Avdotia Panaeva’s Work, in The Russian Memoir: History and Literature, edited by Holmgren, B (2003), Northwestern University Press
  20. Gheith, J, Evgeniia Tur, in Encyclopedia of Russian History, edited by Miller, JR (2004), New York: MacMillan Reference
  21. Gheith, J, Women and gender in 18th-century Russia., Russian Review, vol. 64 no. 1 (January, 2005), pp. 112-113, ISSN 0036-0341 [Gateway.cgi]
  22. Skinner, CS; Kobrin, SC; Campbell, MK; Sutherland, L, New technologies and their influence on existing interventions, in Patient Treatment Adherence: Concepts, Interventions, and Measurement (August, 2005), pp. 491-517, ISBN 1410615626 [doi]
  23. Gheith, J, Painting and words: the art of sisterhood, in The Sisters Khvoshchinskaia, edited by Andrew, J; Hoogenboom, H; Rosenholm, A (2006) (forthcoming.)
  24. Gheith, JM, "I never talked": Enforced silence, non-narrative memory, and the Gulag, Mortality, vol. 12 no. 2 (May, 2007), pp. 159-175, Informa UK Limited [doi]  [abs]
  25. Gheith, J, "Solovki"; "Legacy of the Gulag", On Line "Stalin Project" (2008) [available here]
  26. Gheith, J, ’Collecting Crumbs’: Rupture and Repair for Children of the Gulag, in The Gulag: History and Legacy, edited by Barnes, S (2009)
  27. Gheith, J, ’Trudno peredat’: Traumatic Memory and the Gulag, edited by Cooke, O, Gulag Studies (2009)  [abs]
  28. Gheith, J, "’It’s Hard to Convey’: Oral History and Memories of Gulag Survivors, in Kaiken Takana oli Pelko, edited by Oksanen, S (January, 2009), pp. 99-116, Werner Söderström Osakeyhtiö (WSOY)  [abs] [author's comments]
  29. Gheith, J, “’The doctors said I was normal’: Trauma, the non-narrative, and the Gulag”, Slavic Review (2010)  [abs]
  30. 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]
  31. Gheith, J, "‘It’s Difficult to Convey’: Oral History and Memories of Gulag Survivors", Gulag Studies, vol. 2-3 (November, 2010)
  32. Davidson, CN, Foreword, in Understanding Nadezhda Khvoshchinskaia’s Short Story Collection: An Album: Groups and Portraits” (December, 2010), pp. xvii-xviii, IGI Global, ISBN 9781609601201 [doi]  [abs]
  33. Gheith, J, Not the Atom Bomb? Interviewing/Filming Gulag Survivors in a Culture of Dangerous Memory, Kritika (2011)  [abs]
  34. 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..)
  35. Izatt, JA; Fujimoto, JG; Tuchin, VV, Introduction, vol. 8213 (January, 2012), pp. xv-xvii, SPIE, ISBN 9780819488565 [doi]
  36. Gheith, J, Reflections on Sibling Grief, Epilogue (Fall, 2005)
  37. Goss, KA, Introduction, vol. 10 (January, 2014), pp. 265-270, Cambridge University Press (CUP) [doi]

Papers Accepted

  1. J. Gheith, “’The doctors said I was normal’: Trauma, the non-narrative, and the Gulag”, Slavic Review (2010)  [abs]

Book Reviews

  1. J. Gheith, "August 1991," an account of my experiences in Moscow during the failed coup of August, 1991, CREES Newsletter (Fall, 1991), Stanford
  2. J. Gheith, Women and gender in 18th-century Russia, edited by Wendy Rosslyn, Russian Review (October, 2004)

Translations

  1. Gheith, J, Marina Palei’s "Otdelenie propashchikh", in Lives in Transit, edited by Goscilo, H (1995), Ardis
  2. Gheith, J, Tur/Grot correspondence, in Russian Women: Experience and Expression, edited by al, RBE (2006), Indiana University Press