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Sibelan Forrester, Professor

Forrester, S., Editor and Translator. 2012. The Russian Folktale by Vladimir Yakovlevich Propp. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press.
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Forrester, S. 2011. Review of Understanding Nadezhda Buchinskaya Short Story Collection. An album: Groups and Portraits: The Literary Innovations of a Nineteenth-Century Writer by K. Rosneck. Russian Review 70 (3): 506.
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Forrester, S. 2011. Review of Cyclops by R. Marinkovic and V. Stojiljkovic, Translators. Slavic and East European Journal 55 (3): 485-486.
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Forrester, S., Translator. 2011. "Boutique Cinderella" by M. Mićić Dimovska. Words Without Borders (January).
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Forrester, S. 2011. Margarita Iosifovna Aliger. In Dictionary of Literary Biography: Russian Poets of the 20th Century, edited by K. Rosneck, 35-42. Detroit, MI: Gale.
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Forrester, S. 2010. Review of The Horse has Six Legs: An Anthology of Serbian Poetry by C. Simic, Translator. Words Without Borders (March).
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Forrester, S., Translator. 2010. "Meaning" by D. Slamnig. World Literature Today (May/June): 161-163.
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Forrester, S., Translator. 2010. "The Challenged Gentry" by E. Vodovozova, "My Precious Capital" by M. Ryklin, and "The Travels of my Brother Aleksei to the Land of Peasant Utopia" by A. Chaianov. In The Russia Reader: History, Culture, Politics, edited by A. Barker and B. Grant, 715-720. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
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Forrester, S. 2010. Danilo Kiš. In The Literary Encyclopedia. London: Literary Dictionary.
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Forrester, S. 2010. Translator's Note to "Born of Parting: A Translation of Marina Tsvetaeva's Cycle "Razluka". Cardinal Points 12.
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Forrester, S. 2009. Review of Slavic Folklore: A Handbook by N. Kononenko. Slavic and East European Journal 53 (1): 135-136.
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Forrester, S. 2009. 'Mat'' Gor'kogo kak literaturnyi podtekst povesti Chukovskoi 'Sof'ia Petrovna'. Voprosy literatury (5): 241-261.
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Forrester, S., Translator. 2008. "Childhood won't ever End", "The Pedestrian Underpass", "He was Drinking Gin", and "And Chasing the Isolated Splashes" by A. Russ; "The Morning Sun Arises in the Morning", "Wishing to be a Rib", and "It's God or Else a Squirrel Busy in the Tree" by M. Stepanova; and "Thus into the Clay Mass", The Betrothal of Saint Catherine of Alexandria", and "Like a Schoolboy" by M. Geide. In Contemporary Russian Poetry: An Anthology, edited by E. Bunimovich and J. Kates. Champaign, IL: Dalkey Archive Press.
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Forrester, S. 2008. Mother as Forebear: How Lidiia Chukovskaia's Sofia Petrovna Rewrites Maksim Gor'kii's Mat'. Presentation at XIV International Conference of Slavists, September 10-16, at Ohrid, Macedonia.
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Forrester, S. 2008. The Poet as Pretender: Poetic Legitimacy in Cvetaeva. Slavic and East European Journal 52 (1): 37-53.
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Forrester, S. 2007. Review of Na trećem trgu: Antologija nove kratke priče Hrvatske, Bosne i Hercegovine i Srbije i Crne Gore edited by Š. Šehabović, O.S. Ivančević, and J. Angelovski. World Literature Today 81 (2): 78.
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Forrester, S., Translator. 2007. "Austro-Hungarian Guidebook" by M. Mićić Dimovska. Words Without Borders (January).
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Forrester, S., Translator. 2007. Translations of Poems by Six Authors. In An Anthology of Russian-Jewish Literature: Two Centuries of a Dual Identity in Prose and Poetry, edited by M.D. Shrayer. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.
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Forrester, S., Translator. 2006. The Diving Bell by E. Ignatova. Brookline, MA: Zephyr.
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Forrester, S. 2005. Review of Voicing the Soviet Experience: The Poetry of Ol'ga Berggol'ts by K. Hodgson. Slavic Review 64 (3): 689-690.
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Forrester, S. 2005. Review of Finding the Middle Ground: Krestovskii, Tur, and the Power of Ambivalence in Nineteenth-Century Russian Women's Prose by J.M. Gheith. Slavic and East European Journal 49 (3): 493-495.
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Forrester, S., and D. Slamnig. 2005. An Interview with Davor Slamnig. World Literature Today 79 (3/4): 54-55.
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Forrester, S. 2004. Review of Milestones: A Bilingual Edition by M. Tsvetaeva, translated by R. Kemball. Canadian Slavonic Papers 46 (1/2): 231-232.
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Zaborowska, M., and S. Forrester. 2004. Introduction. In Over the Wall/After the Fall: Post-Communist Cultures in an East-West Gaze, edited by S. Forrester, M. Zaborowska, and E. Gapova, 1-35. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
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Forrester, S. 2004. Lidiya Chukovskaya. In Russian Prose Writers after WWII , edited by C. Rydel, 72-76. New York: Bruccoli Clark Layman.
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2004. Over the Wall/After the Fall: Post-Communist Cultures Through an East-West Gaze. S. Forrester, M.J. Zaborowska, and E. Gapova, ed. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
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Forrester, S. 2004. Sons, Lovers and the Laius Complex in Russian Modernist Poetry. Slavic Review 63 (1): 1-5.
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2004. Towards a Classless Society: Studies in Literature, History, and Politics in Honor of Thompson Bradley. T. Bradley, S. Forrester, and T. Newlin, ed. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
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Forrester, S. 2003. Review of Earthly Signs: Moscow Diaries, 1917-1922 by M.Tsvetaeva, translated by J. Gambrell. Slavic and East European Journal 47 (2): 299-300.
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Forrester, S. 2003. Review of A History of Women's Writing in Russia edited by A.M. Barker and J.M. Greith. Russian Review 62 (3): 453-454.
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Forrester, S. 2002. Review of Men without Women: Masculinity and Revolution in Russian Fiction, 1917-1929 by E. Borenstein. Modern Fiction Studies 48 (3): 773-775.
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Forrester, S. 2002. Review of The Ratcatcher: A Lyrical Satire by M. Tsvetaeva, translated by A. Livingstone. Slavic and East European Journal 46 (2): 383-385.
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Forrester, S. 2002. Review of A Russian Psyche: The Poetic Mind of Marina Tsvetaeva by A.W. Dinega. Slavic and East European Journal 46 (3): 597-599.
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Forrester, S. 2002. Review of An Improper Profession: Women, Gender, and Journalism in Late Imperial Russia by J.M. Gheith. edited by B.T. Norton and J.M. Gheith. Slavic and East European Journal 46 (3): 621-622.
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Forrester, S., Translator. 2002. "Defining Ideals" by V.G. Belinskii, and "The Forced Marriage" and "To My Critics" by E. Rostopchina. In Russian Women, 1698-1917: Experience and Expression, an Anthology of Sources, edited by R. Bisha, J.M. Gheith, C. Holden, and W.G. Wagner. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
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Forrester, S., Translator. 2002. A Summer Story by M.M. Dimovska. Two Lines (Spring): 92-99.
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Forrester, S. 2002. Coming into Language. Schuylkill Valley Journal 15 (Fall ): 35.
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Forrester, S. 2002. Daphne's Tremor: Tsvetaeva and the Feminine in Classical Myth and Statuary. In In Other Words: In Celebration of Vadim Liapunov, edited by S. Blackwell, M.Finke, N. Perlina, and Y. Vernikov. Bloomington, IN: Slavica.
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Forrester, S., Translator. 2002. Expectation by M.M. Dimovska. Beacons 8: 136-139.
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Forrester, S. 2002. Vojvodina, prvi put, srušeni most, suša, and tisa. Polja 47 (421): 79-87.
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Forrester, S. 2002. Where the Dog is Buried: Clues to the Ancestry of Cvetaeva's Canine . Canadian Slavonic Papers 44 (1/2): 1-17.
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Forrester, S. 2000. Review of Mandel'shtam's Poetics: A Challenge to Post-Modernism by E. Glazgov-Corrigan. Bryn Mawr Review of Comparative Literature 3 (1).
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Forrester, S. 2000. Review of Dehexing Sex: Russian Womanhood during and after Glastnost by H. Goscilo, The Explosive World of Tatyana N. Tolstaya's Fiction by H. Goscilo, Gender and Russian Literature: New Perspectives edited by R. Marshi, and Russian Women in Politics and Society edited by W. Rule and N. Noohan. Signs 25 (2): 556-561.
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Forrester, S. 1999. Review of Reading Russian Fortunes: Print Culture, Gender and Divination in Russia from 1765 by F. Wigzell. Slavic and East European Journal 43 (3): 566-568.
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Forrester, S., Translator. 1999. "I Have Encountered a Valley, in Ragged Bast Matting...", "The Summer Garden", and "To Ovid" by E. Ignatova. In In the Grip of Strange Thoughts: Russian Poetry in a New Era, edited by J. Kates, 143-153. Somerville, MA: Zephyr.
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Forrester, S. 1999. Anna Akhmatova and Lidiya Chukovskaya. In Women in World History, edited by A. Comire and D. Klezmer,. Waterford, CT: Yorkin .
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Forrester, S. 1999. Anna Akhmatova, "Requiem", Mariia Petrovykh, selected poems, Marina Tsvetaeva, selected poems, and Elena Shvarts, selected poems. In Russian Women Writers, edited by C.D. Tomei, 1035-1041. New York: Garland .
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Forrester, S. 1999. Evdokiia Rostopchina in Russian literature in the age of Pushkin and Gogol. In Dictionary of literary biography , edited by C. Rydel, 292-297. Washington, DC: Bruccoli Clark Layman .
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Forrester, S. 1998. Review of Kompoziiiia « krysolova» i mifologizm M. Tsvetaevoi by T. Suni. Slavic and East European Journal 42 (1): 142-143.
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Forrester, S. 1998. Review of The Occult in Russian and Soviet Culture by B. Rosenthal. Slavic and East European Journal 42 (3): 557-558.
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Forrester, S. 1998. Translation as Reincarnation: Preserving Difference in Textual Bodies . Translation Review 55: 17-22.
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Brian Johnson, Visiting Assistant Professor

Johnson, B.R. 2012. Diagnosing Prince Myshkin. Slavic and East European Journal 56 (32): 377-393.
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Johnson, B.R. 2009. Review of Stanislavsky and Female Actors: Women in Stanislavsky's Life and Art by M. Ignatieva. Slavic and East European Journal 53 (4): 701-702.
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