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“Not a Film but a Nightmare: Revisiting Stalin’s Response to Eisenstein’s Ivan the Terrible, Part II” Kritika 19:1 (Winter 2018), 115-42.

“Another Dialectic:  Eisenstein on Acting,” The Flying Carpet: Studies on Eisenstein and Russian Cinema in Honor of Naum Kleiman, Joan Neuberger and Antonio Somaini, eds. Mimésis Editions, 2017

“Sergei Eisenstein’s Ivan the Terrible as History,” Journal of Modern History, 86 (June 2014), 1-40.

“Ivan the Terrible,” Russian Cinema Reader, ed Rimgaila Salys. Academic Studies Press, 2013.

“The Music of Landscape: Eisenstein, Prokofiev, and the Uses of Music in Ivan the Terrible,”
Sound, Speech, and Music in Russian Cinema, Lilya Kaganovsky and Masha Salazkina, editors.
Indiana University Press, 2013

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“Strange Circus: Eisenstein’s Sex Drawings,” Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema 6:1 (2012), 5-52.

”Marlen Khutsiev’s I am Twenty.” Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema, 3:1

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“Ivan Groznyi,” [Ivan the Terrible] in Noev kovcheg russkogo kino. Ekaterina Vasilieva and Nikita Braginskii, eds.
Globus Press, 2012.

“Angel Eizenshteina,” Kinovedcheskie zapiski, 91/92 (2009), Transl: Natalia Ryabchikova.
(Translation of “Eisenstein’s Angel”)

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“Fedor Khitruk’s Film-Film-Film.” Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema, 2:3 (October 2008).

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“Visual Dialectics: Murderous Laughter in Eisenstein’s Ivan the Terrible.”
Picturing Russia: Essays on Visual Culture. Yale University Press, 2008.

Eisenstein’s Cosmopolitan Kremlin: Drag Queens, Circus Clowns, Slugs, and Foreigners in Ivan the Terrible,”
Ours and Theirs:  Outsiders, Insiders, and Otherness in Russian Cinema. Stephen Norris and Zara Torlone, eds.
Indiana University Press, 2008.

“Eisenstein’s Angel” The Russian Review, 63:3. (July 2004): 374-406.

“Between Public and Private: Revolution and Melodrama in Nikita Mikhalkov’s Slave of Love.”  
Imitations of Life: Two Centuries of Melodrama in Russia.Louise McReynolds and Joan Neuberger, eds.
Duke University Press, 2002.

“The Politics of Bewilderment: Eisenstein’s Ivan the Terrible in 1945.”
Eisenstein at 100: A Reconsideration. Albert LaValley and Barry Scherr, eds.
Rutgers University Press. 2001.

“When the Word Was the Deed: Workers vs. Employers Before the Justices of the Peace.”
Workers and the Intelligentsia in Late Imperial Russia: Realities, Representations, Reflections.
Reginald E. Zelnik, ed. University of California Press: International and Area Studies Research Series, #101. 1999.

“Власть слова: Рабочие против хозяев в мировых судах,”
[The Power of the Word: Workers vs. Employers in the Justice of the Peace Courts]
Рабочие и интеллигенция России в эпоху реформ и революций, 1861-февраль 1917.
[Workers and Intelligentsia in the Epoch of Reform and Revolution, 1861-February 1917].
I. Potolov, ed. St. Petersburg: Russko-Baltijskij Informatsionnyj tsentr BLITs: 1997.

‘Shysters’ or Public Servants: Uncertified Lawyers and Legal Aid for the Poor in Late Imperial Russia.”
Russian History/Histoire Russe 23:1-4. (1996).

“Culture Besieged: Hooliganism and Futurism.”
Cultures in Flux: Lower-Class Values, Practices, and Resistance in Late Imperial Russia.
Stephen Frank and Mark Steinberg, eds. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 1994.

“Popular Legal Cultures: The St. Petersburg Mirovoi Sud,”
Russia’s Great Reforms, 1855-1881. Ben Eklof, John Bushnell, and Larissa Zakharova, eds.
Indiana University Press. 1994.

“Stories of the Street: Hooliganism in the St. Petersburg Popular Press.”
Slavic Review 48:2 (Summer 1989): 177-194.

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