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Slavic Languages and Literatures

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2018THROUGH THICK AND THIN: THE SOCIAL LIFE OF JOURNALS UNDER LATE SOCIALISMGleissner, Philip
2018The Cognitive Value of Love in Tolstoy: A Study in AestheticsJuharyan, Victoria
2017Czesław Miłosz, Milan Kundera, Joseph Brodsky, and the Task of the Émigré CriticWest, Timothy Wayne
2016Left Flank of the Avant-garde: The Evolution of OBERIU PoeticsCebula, Geoff
2016Beholden by Love: A Study in the Apophasis of Dostoevsky’s PoeticsZhernokleyev, Denis
2016Civic Feeling: Pushkin and the Decembrist Emotional CommunityWang, Emily Ambrose
2016The Actor's Consciousness in Russian Modernist Philosophy of TheaterBallard, Alisa Crouch
2015The Russian Sublime: Origins, Rhetoric, and Romantic Response in Pushkin, Platonov, and PelevinPortice, Timothy James
2015TRAGIC THINKING IN EARLY RUSSIAN MODERNISM: MINSKII, MEREZHKOVSKII, AND BRIUSOVCeballos, Lindsay Marie
2015Embodiment in Post-Somatic, Postdramatic Russian New DramaWeygandt, Elena Susanna
2014Radical Chastity: The Politics of Abstinence in Late Nineteenth Century Russian LiteratureWilson, Jennifer Louise
2014Mathematical Rebellion. Zero in the Russian Avant-GardeStrudler, Jason
2013Case and Event Structure in Russian and LithuanianAnderson, Cori L.
2013On Resumptive Pronouns in SlavicChidambaram, Vrinda Subhalaxmi
2012Siblings: The Path to Universal Brotherhood in Tolstoy and DostoevskyBerman, Anna Aries
2011Between Us and Artistic Appreciation: Nabokov and the Problem of DistortionTonn, James Michael
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