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Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
Gender Nondiscriminatory Language Debates in Present-Day Serbia:אֵין כָּל חָדָשׁ תַּחַת הַשֶׁמֶשׁ. Cetinjski filološki dani III. 31-55. 2022.
Doubivko, Elena A. Reclaiming the Rusalka: Towards Multiplicities of Gender in Russian Literary and Visual Culture, 2013.
Kufeldt, Elyse. The Russian Diaspora from a Female Perspective: Analyzing the Lives and Works of Nadehda Teffi and Nina Berberova. Honors Thesis, 2012.
Schuckman, Emily E. Representations of the prostitute in contemporary Russian literature and film. Diss., 2008.
Valentina Zaitseva. "Gender and National Identity through Russian Language." Chapter 1 in Helena Goscilo and Andrea Lanoux, eds.
Engendering the Nation: A Cross-Disciplinary Examination of Gender and National Identity in Russian Culture
. Indian UP, 2006.
Edwards, Pamela. The Stepmother Syndrome in Russian Wonder Tales. Honors Thesis, 1996.
Harper, Amanda. The Universal Hut: Girls' Transformaiton in Initiation Rituals and in the A-T 480 Type Magic Tales. Honors Thesis, 1996.
Colbath, Christopher. Psyche and the Lieutenant's Wife: the Divine Feminine in the Works of Ivanov and Bely. Honors Thesis, 1993.
Hansen, Julie. Gost' nenuzhnyi v mire etom, neizvestnyi solovei: The Roots of a Female Poetic Tradition in Russia. Honors Thesis, 1992.
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