German and Russian Studies
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- Karamzin’s Heirs: The Matrix of Feminization (provisional title)
- The Eighteenth Century in Gogol—I’m interested in how Gogol incorporated 18th-century culture in his works—format not yet decided
- The Constructed Reader in Early Russian Women’s Journals,” forthcoming in Tosi, Alessandra and Rosslyn, Wendy, eds., Women in Eighteenth-Century Russian Culture and Society, Palgrave (?)
- "Spas in spe: Castalian Springs, Muses and Muzhiks in Lipetsk," forthcoming in the Proceedings of the IV International Conference of the SGECR in Lutherstadt-Wittenberg, Germany, July 23-29, 2004, ed. Roger Bartlett and Gabriela Lehmann-Carli.
- My 1981 Scando-Slavica article "Metafiction in Russian 18th Century Prose: Karamzin's 'Rycar' nasego vremeni' or 'Novyj Akteon, vnuk Kadma i Garmonii'," Scando-Slavica 27 (1981): 27-46; solicited for inclusion in Nineteenth Century Literature Criticism, Vol 173, Gale Research, October 2006.
- From the Idyll to the Novel: Karamzin's Sentimentalist Prose , (Cambridge Studies in Russian Literature), Cambridge University Press, 1991; Paperback edition, 2006
- "Introduction," Tolstoy, Leo, Hadji Murad (The Barnes and Noble Library of Essential Reading), NY, Barnes and Noble, 2005, vii-xx
- "Impressions of Orthodoxy in Turkey: Secularization, Politics, Arts, and Tourism," Macalester International 15 (2005):190-200.
- "Dogs and Doggerel: Gogol's Eighteenth-Century Roots," Russian Society and Culture in the Long Eighteenth Century: Essays in Honor of Anthony G. Cross. Ed. Roger Bartlett and Lindsey Hughes, LIT Verlag, 2004, pp. 167-84.