Author/Title Research Type Related Fields
Pilnyak, Boris and LeBlanc (Translator), Ronald D., "O'kei: An American Novel" (2020). Faculty Publications. 926. Publications, Books, Translations
Fleishman, Lazar, "Episodes from the History of American-Soviet Cultural Relations: Stanford Slavic Studies, Volume 5 (1992)," translated by LeBlanc, Ronald D. (2020). Faculty Publications. 790. Publications, Books, Translations
Belyaev, Sergey; Pilnyak, Boris; and LeBlanc, Ronald D., "Meat: A Novel" (2019). Faculty Publications. 650. Publications, Books, Translations
Galya Diment, ed. H.G. Wells and All Things Russian.  London: Anthem Press, 2019. Publications, Books
Bergelson, David. Judgment: A Novel  Co-Translated and with critical introduction by Sasha Senderovich Publications, Books
Autism Function in "Anton's Right Here," Cultures of Representation: Disability in World Cinema Contexts, Wallflower Press, 2016. Publications, Essays
Review of Poka noch’ nas ne razluchit’. Kinokultura (June, 2013). Publications, Essays
Jose Alaniz.  “([Post-] Soviet Zone of Dystopia: Voronovich/Tkalenko’s Sterva.” Slavic & East European Journal, No. 57 (2) (Summer 2013). Publications, Essays
José Alaniz.  “Stuttering, Glossolalia and The Body in Sorokin’s A Month in Dachau.” Vladimir Sorokin's Languages. Ed. Tine Roesen and Dirk Uffelmann. Bergen: University of Bergen Press,  2013. Publications, Essays
Galya Diment. A Russian Jew of Bloomsbury: The Life and Times of Samuel Koteliansky. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2011, 2013. 438pp. Publications, Books
Galya Diment. Pniniad: Vladimir Nabokov and Marc Szeftel. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1997, 2013. 256pp. Publications, Books
José Alaniz. "Crowd Control: Anxiety of Effluence in Sokurov's 'Russian Ark.'" in Sokurov anthology, ed. Birgit Beumers and Nancy Condee. Publications, Essays
Barbara Henry. Rewriting Russia: Jacob Gordin's Yiddish Drama, University of Washington Press, 2011. Publications, Books
José Alaniz. 2010. Komiks: Comic Art in Russia. University Press of Mississippi. Publications, Books
Galya Diment, Zoran Kuzmanovich. MLA Approaches to Teaching "Lolita." New York: MLA, 2008. 200pp. Publications, Books
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. Publications, Essays
Barbara Henry. "Tolstoy on the Lower East Side: Di Kreytser Sonata." Tolstoy Studies Journal 16 (2005): 1-19. Publications, Essays
Valentina Zaitseva. "Quoting Russian Prose." Chapter 3 in Eloise M. Boyle and Genevra Gerhart, eds. The Russian Context: The Culture behind the Language. Slavica: Bloomington, Indiana, 2002. 203-264. Publications, Essays
Valentina Zaitseva. "Quoting Russian Poetry." Chapter 2 in Eloise M. Boyle and Genevra Gerhart, eds. The Russian Context: The Culture behind the Language. Slavica: Bloomington, Indiana, 2002. 85-202. Publications, Essays
“Art and the Language of Russian Culture,” in The Russian Context, ed. Genevra Gerhart and Eloise Boyle. Bloomington: Slavica Press, 2001 Publications
Biographical article on Zhukovskii (15,000 words) for the Russian Literature in the Age of Pushkin and Gogol volume of the Dictionary of Literary Biography, edited by Christine Rydel. (1998). Publications, Projects
Galya Diment, ed. Goncharov's "Oblomov": A Critical Companion. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1998. 200pp. Publications, Books
“Knowledge, Belief and Art in Russian Neo-Kantianism,” in Studies in East European Thought, 47 (3-4), Dec. 1995 (special issue on Russian Neokantianism, ed. Bernice Rosenthal). Publications
“Kant, Kant, Kant: the Neo-Kantian Creative Consciousness in Andrei Bely's Peterburg,” in: The European Foundations of Russian Modernism. Ed. Peter I. Barta. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 1991. Publications
Russian Symbolism. London: Methuen, 1970. Publications, Books