Monthly Archives: December 2016

Tatyana Tolstaya’s story “Про кафе Пушкинъ”

link to the story

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The Domostroi

Translation The “Domostroi.” Rules for Russian Households in the Time of Ivan the Terrible. Edited and translated by Carolyn Johnston Pouncy.  Cornell University Press. Secondary Sources Hughes, Lindsey.  “Domostroi.”  The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women. Oxford UP, 2008. Kollmann, Nancy Shields. “The Extremes of … Continue reading

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Liudmila Petrushevskaia (for beginners)

Basic Information http://readrussia.org/writers/writer/ludmila-petrushevskaya Translations to use There Once Lived a Girl Who Seduced Her Sister’s Husband, and He Hanged Himself (Penguin, 2013, tr. Anna Summers) Secondary Sources Adams, Amy Singleton. “The Blood of Children: Petrushevskaia’s “our Crowd” and the Russian Easter … Continue reading

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Gender Violence in Russia (sources to begin with)

Fabian, Katalin.  Domestic Violence in Postcommunist States: Local Activism, National Policies and Global Forces.  Indiana UP, 2010. Horne, Sharon and Raymond D. Fowler. “Domestic Violence in Russia.” American Psychologist 54.1(1999): 55-61. Heutlin, Josephine. “Russia Finally Passed a Law Banning Domestic Violence, but … Continue reading

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Slow Cinema

Slow Movies Slow cinema is a genre of art cinema film-making that emphasizes long takes, and is often minimalist, observational, and with little or no narrative.[1][2] It is sometimes called “contemplative cinema”.[3] Progenitors of the genre include Andrei Tarkovsky, Chantal … Continue reading

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Scalar Platform

http://scalar.usc.edu/

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