Book Chapters

“Fiction in the Service of History: A Tale of How Brief Encounters Ended up on the Shelf,” Cultural Cabaret: Russian and American Essays for Richard Stites, David Goldfrank and Pavel Lyssakov, eds. (New Academia Publishing).

“The Ghost That Does Return: Exorcising Stalin,” Stalinism and Soviet Cinema, R. Taylor and D. Spring, eds. (Routledge).

“The Futurist Roots of Russian Avant-Garde Cinema,” Readings in Russian Modernism, R. Vroon and J.E. Malmstad, eds. (Nauka).

 “Religion and Art in the Films of Andrei Tarkovsky,” Christianity and the Arts in Russia, W. Brumfield, ed. (Cambridge University Press)

 “Toward a New Openness in Soviet Cinema, 1976-1987,” Post New Wave Cinema in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Daniel J. Goulding, ed. (Indiana University Press).

 “Russian and Italian Futurist Manifestoes,” Literarische Avantgarden, M. Hardt, ed. (Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft; rpt. from SEEJ, XX).

“Gileia,” “Guro,” “Imaginism,” “Ivnev,” “Mariengof,” “Narbut,” “Parnok,” “Shershenevich,” “Tsentrifuga,” “Vvedenskii,” “Zaum’,” Handbook of Russian Literature, V. Terras, ed. (Yale University Press).

(Translation) A. Piotrovskii, “Toward a Theory of Film Genres,” Russian Formalist Film Theory, H. Eagle, ed. (Michigan State Pub.).

“Vadim Shershenevich: A Futurist Westernizer,” The Anthology of Russian Futurism, E. and C. Proffer, eds. (Ardis; rpt. from Russian Literature Triquarterly).

 “Futurism,” Dictionary of Italian Literature, P. and J. Bondanella, eds. (Greenwood Press).

(Translation) Ruggero Vasari, “Anguish of the Machines,” Robots, Robots, Robots, H. Geduld and R. Gottesman, eds. (New York Graphic Society).

Scholarly Articles in

Jahrbücher fur Geschichte Osteuropas, Wide Angle, Canadian-American Slavic Studies, Literature/Film Quarterly, Slavic Review, Slavic and East European Journal, Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema, Russian Review, Pacific Coast Philology, Film Studies Annual, Il Verri, Italian Americana, Newsnotes on Soviet and East European Drama, Theater and Film.


The Moscow Times, Variety, The World and I, Development Outreach, Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema.