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  • Muskheli, Veronica. Narration’s Warp and Weft: East Slavic Folktales and Short Stories about Mothers and Daughters. Diss., 2021. Learn more
  • Gordana P. Crnković: Literature and Film from East Europe's Forgotten "Second World": Essays of Invitation. New York, London, Oxford, New Delhi, Sydney: Bloomsbury Academic, 2021. Learn more
  • Galya Diment, ed. H.G. Wells and All Things Russian.  London: Anthem Press, 2019. Learn more
  • Bergelson, David. Judgment: A Novel  Co-Translated and with critical introduction by Sasha Senderovich 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
  • Doubivko, Elena A.  Reclaiming the Rusalka: Towards Multiplicities of Gender in Russian Literary and Visual Culture, 2013. 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
  • Galya Diment. Pniniad: Vladimir Nabokov and Marc Szeftel. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1997, 2013. 256pp. Learn more
  • Coppock, Jeremy. Lost and Found: A close reading of some poems in Vladimir Nabokov's The Gift. Honors Thesis, 2013. Learn more
  • Gordana P. Crnković. Post-Yugoslav Literature and Film: Fires, Foundations, Flourishes. London and New York: Continuum, 2012. Learn more
  • Kufeldt, Elyse. The Russian Diaspora from a Female Perspective: Analyzing the Lives and Works of Nadehda Teffi and Nina Berberova. Honors Thesis, 2012. Learn more
  • Michael Biggins, trans.  Tomaž Šalamun. The Blue Tower. New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2011. Learn more
  • José Alaniz. "Crowd Control: Anxiety of Effluence in Sokurov's 'Russian Ark.'" in Sokurov anthology, ed. Birgit Beumers and Nancy Condee. 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
  • Aitova, Diana. On the significance of etiquette in Russian literature of the XIX century: the case of duels and balls. Honors Thesis, 2009. Learn more
  • Mikhalchenko, Marina. Kitezh: the Geological, Literary and Etnographic Search After the Russian Atlantis. Honors Thesis, 2009. Learn more
  • Galya Diment, Zoran Kuzmanovich. MLA Approaches to Teaching "Lolita." New York: MLA, 2008. 200pp. Learn more
  • Schuckman, Emily E. Representations of the prostitute in contemporary Russian literature and film. Diss., 2008. Learn more
  • Barbara Henry. "Tolstoy on the Lower East Side: Di Kreytser Sonata." Tolstoy Studies Journal 16 (2005): 1-19. Learn more
  • Yuzefpolskaya, Sofiya. The Pulse of Time: Immortality and the Word in the Poetry of Arsenii Tarkovskii. Diss., 2005. 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
  • Chan, Roy. Mikhail Kuzmin: Towards a Critical Reevaluation. Honors Thesis, 2002. 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
  • Tapp, Linda S. Sacrificing the intelligentsia: Paradigms of spiritual renewal in Bely and Babel. Diss., 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
  • Karren, Val M. For the Race of His Fathers: A critical analysis of the writings of Liviu Rebreanu. Honors Thesis, 1997. Learn more
  • Campbell, Thomas Harlan. Revue: A Poetic Translation of Joseph Brodsky's Представление with Commentaries in Russian and English. Honors Thesis, 1996. Learn more
  • Edwards, Pamela. The Stepmother Syndrome in Russian Wonder Tales. Honors Thesis, 1996. Learn more
  • Harper, Amanda. The Universal Hut: Girls' Transformaiton in Initiation Rituals and in the A-T 480 Type Magic Tales. Honors Thesis, 1996. Learn more
  • Qualin, Anthony J. Exile, alienation, and the cultural other in the works of Timur Pulatov and Chingiz Aitmatov. Diss., 1996. 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
  • McPeak, Rickie A. Iconoclasm or Iconography? The Death of the "Other" in Lev Tolstoy's Prose. 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
  • Lee, Hyung-Goo. How "Authentic" was Russian Neo-Classicism?: A Re-Examination of the Sources and Dissemination of Classical Knowledge in Russia and the Problem of Literary Taste. Diss., 1995. Learn more
  • Kriloff, Paul. Lolita and Nabokov's Aesthetic Moralism. Honors Thesis, 1993. Learn more
  • Colbath, Christopher. Psyche and the Lieutenant's Wife: the Divine Feminine in the Works of Ivanov and Bely. Honors Thesis, 1993. Learn more
  • Harrell, Rachel. Peresazhennye tsvety: Elements of Marmontel's Contes moraux in the Russian Sentimental Tale. Honors Thesis, 1993. Learn more
  • Seraphinoff, Michael J. The Works of Kiril Pejchinovich in the 19th Century Macedonian Awakening. Diss., 1993. Learn more
  • Hansen, Julie. Gost' nenuzhnyi v mire etom, neizvestnyi solovei: The Roots of a Female Poetic Tradition in Russia. Honors Thesis, 1992. Learn more
  • Rudova, Larissa V. Pasternak's Short Fiction and the Cultural Avant-Garde. Diss., 1989. Learn more
  • LeBlanc, Ronald D. The Transplantation of Gil Blas: Problems in the Rise of the Russian Novel. Diss., 1984. Learn more
  • Pearce, Carol E. The Prose Works of Vladimir Vojnovic. Diss., 1982. Learn more
  • McDaniel, Gordon L. The Lives of the Serbian Kings and Archbishops by Danilo II: Textual History and Criticism. Diss., 1980. Learn more
  • Lebo, Maxine E. The Hilander Serbian "Povest' o Varlaame i Ioasafe." Diss: 1979. Learn more
  • Bailey, Jo Ann H. The Structure of Aleksej Mixajlovic Remizov's Prose. Diss., 1978. Learn more
  • Lilly, Ian K. The Lyric Poetry of N.M. Jazykov: A Periodization Using Objective Criteria. Diss., 1977. Learn more
  • Gregory, Serge V. The Literary Milieu of Dostoevsky's The Possessed. Diss., 1977. Learn more
  • "Intervju z Michaelom Bigginsom o Tomažu Šalamunu," in Literatura (Ljubljana, Slovenia), vol. 27 (2015), no. 283. Learn more
  • Michael Biggins, trans.  Katarina Marinčič. Three. Translation typescript completed  Learn more
  • Michael Biggins.  Vladimir Bartol, a biography.  Planned for completion in 2016. Learn more