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"Russland und Deutschland [ ... ] sollen Hand in Hand in die Zukunft gehen". Eine Allegorie der deutschen Slavophilie bei Thomas Mann

in: Taskenov, Sergej and Kemper, Dirk, eds. Visionen der Zukunft um 1900: Deutschland, Osterreich, Russland. Paderborn: Fink, 2014. p. 63-76.

'With the Unspeakables': Dracula and Russophobia - Tourism, Racism and Imperialism

in: Miller, Elizabeth, ed. Dracula: The Shade and the Shadow, Papers Presented at 'Dracula 97' A Centenary Celebration at Los Angeles, August 1998. Essex, U. K.: Desert Island Books, 1997. pp. 104-115.

1995 Alexander Belyayev Awards

Locus 36(5): 40-41. May 1996.

1999 Strannik Award Winners

Locus 44(4): 36. April 2000.

2nd Annual Russian SF Writers Congress

Locus 39(6): 51-55. December 1997.

A Look Behind the Wall: A Topography of Contemporary Russian Science Fiction

Russian Studies in Literature 38(3): 62-84. Summer 2002. Also in: Russian Social Science Review 44(2): 82-104. March/April 2003.

A Survey of Soviet Science Fiction,

SF Commentary No. 35/36/37: 57-68. July/September 1973.

A Tale of Two Science Fictions: H. G. Wells in France and the Soviet Union

in: Parrinder, Patrick/Partington, John S., eds. The Reception of H. G. Wells in Europe. New York: Continuum, 2005. p. 280-301.

Afterword,

in: Strugatsky, Arkady and Strugatsky, Boris. Roadside Picnic. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2012. p. 195-209.

Alien Commodities in Soviet Science Fiction Cinema: Aelita, Solaris, and Kin-dza-dza!

in: Feeley, Jennifer and Wells, Sarah A., eds. Simultaneous Worlds: Global Science Fiction Cinema. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2015. p. 243-256.

American SF in Russian

Locus 35(3): 54. September 1993.

Andrei Platonov and the Fantasy World of the Western Utopian Novel

Ph. D. Dissertation, Florida State University, 1996. 224 p. (DAI-A 56(8): 3152, February 1996.)

Andrei Sinyavsky's Fantasies of Subversion

Ph. D. Dissertation, Stanford University, 1994. 188 p. (DAI-A 54: 4461. June 1994)

Andrei Tarkovsky: Russia's Science Fiction Poet

in: Peary, Danny, ed. Omni’s Screen Flights/Screen Fantasies: The Future According to Science Fiction Cinema. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1984. p. 287-292.

Apocalypse in Fantasy and Reality: Japanese Pop Culture in Contemporary Russia

in: Tsutsui, William M. and Ito, Michiko, eds. In Godzilla's Footsteps: Japanese Popular Culture Icons on the Global Stage. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. p. 181-200.

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