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  • Galya Diment, ed. H.G. Wells and All Things Russian.  London: Anthem Press, 2019. Learn more
  • Paul W. Morton. The Zagreb School of Animation and the Unperfect. Diss. in the CLCM Department, 2018. Learn more
  • Bergelson, David. Judgment: A Novel  Co-Translated and with critical introduction by Sasha Senderovich Learn more
  • Boyd, Matt. From the Other Side by Other Means: Politics, Neoliberalism and Resistance in the Socialist Punk and New Wave of Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union. Diss., 2017. Learn more
  • Petrovic, Aleksandra.  Minority Language Rights and Their Implementation in the Republic of Serbia Learn more
  • Michael Biggins, trans.  Lojze Kovačič. Newcomers.  New York : Archipelago Books, 2016.  Learn more
  • Michael Biggins, trans.  Drago Jančar.  I Saw Her That Night.  Champaign, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 2015. Learn more
  • Michael Biggins, trans.  Vladimir Bartol. Al-Araf: a Collection of Literary Sketches.  Ljubljana: Sanje Publishing, 2015. Learn more
  • Michael Biggins, trans. and author of afterword.  Drago Jančar. The Tree With No Name.  Champaign, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 2014. Learn more
  • Galya Diment. A Russian Jew of Bloomsbury: The Life and Times of Samuel Koteliansky. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2011, 2013. 438pp. Learn more
  • “Americanizing Slovene Literature, or, Taking the Day-Tripper’s Path to the Summit Instead of the North Face: Slovene to English Literary Translation on the Society’s Fortieth Anniversary,” in Slovene Studies, vol. 35 (2013), no. 1-2: p. 55-70. Learn more
  • Michael Biggins, trans.  Florjan Lipuš.The Errors of Young Tjaž. Champaign, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 2013. Learn more
  • Andrew Mullins. Reconcilation or reckoning: massacres, memory, and politics in independent Slovenia.  Thesis (M.A.) - University of Washington, 2011. Learn more
  • Michael Biggins, trans.  Drago Jančar. The Galley Slave. Champaign, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 2011. Learn more
  • Michael Biggins, trans.  Boris Pahor.  Necropolis.  Champaign, IL: Dalkey Archive Press, 2010. Learn more
  • 1850-1950: A Century of Letters among the Bosniaks, Croats, Montenegrins, and Serbs. Bernhard Brehmer & Biljana Golubović, eds. Serbische und kroatische Schriftlinguistik. Hamburg: Verlags Dr. Kovač. 2010. 11-29. Learn more
  • “Post-1989 Publishing on Previously Suppressed Topics: Trends in Czech Contemporary History, with Reference to Poland,” in Books, Bibliographies and Pugs: a Festschrift to Honor Murlin Croucher (Bloomington, Ind.: Slavica Publishers, 2006): 13-29. Learn more
  • Michael Biggins, trans. and author of afterword.  Vladimir Bartol. Alamut. Seattle: Scala House Press, 2004. (European edition: Ljubljana: Sanje, 2005. Paperback edition: San Francisco: North Atlantic Books, 2007.) Learn more
  • Gordana P. Crnković, Sabrian P. Ramet, eds. Kazaaam! Splat! Ploof!: The American Impact on European Popular Culture, since 1945. Landham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2003. Learn more
  • Gordana P.Crnkovic, Imagined Dialogues: Eastern European Literature in Conversation with American and English Literature.  Evanston, Ill:  Northwestern University Press, 2000.  Learn more
  • Gordana P. Crnković, Imagined Dialogues: Eastern European Literature in Conversation with American and English Literature.  Evanston, Ill:  Northwestern University Press, 2000. Learn more
  • "Tomaž Šalamun," in South Slavic Writers Since World War II. Detroit : Gale Press, 1997 (Dictionary of Literary Biography ; vol. 181): p. 288-294. Learn more
  • Graber, David S. National solutions to cultural decline in Russian, Polish and German literature at the end of the Great War: Russian Scythianism, Waclaw Berent's Living Stones, and Thomas Mann's Reflections. Diss., 1996. Learn more
  • "Edvard Kocbek," in South Slavic Writers Before World War II. Detroit : Gale Press, 1995. (Dictionary of Literary Biography ; vol. 147): p. 79-86. Learn more
  • "Intervju z Michaelom Bigginsom o Tomažu Šalamunu," in Literatura (Ljubljana, Slovenia), vol. 27 (2015), no. 283. Learn more
  • Michael Biggins.  Vladimir Bartol, a biography.  Planned for completion in 2016. Learn more
  • Galya Diment. Leon Schulman Gaspard: The "non-Chagall" of Vitebsk on the World Stage Learn more
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