Selected Publications

Stuart Finkel

Stuart D. Finkel

“Intelligentsia Conceptions: Duty and Obshchestvennost ́in War and Revolution,” in Russia's Home Front in War and Revolution, 1914-22, Book 3: National Disintegration and Reintegration, ed. Christopher Read, Peter Waldron, and Adele Lindenmeyr (Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers, 2018), p.267-95.

The ‘Political Red Cross’ and the Genealogy of Rights Discourse in Revolutionary Russia,” The Journal of Modern History  89, no. 1 (March 2017): 79-118.

“Nikolai Berdiaev and the Philosophical Tasks of the Emigration,” in Gary M. Hamburg and Randall A. Poole, eds., A History of Russian Philosophy, 1830-1930: Faith, Reason, and the Defense of Human Dignity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 346-62.

“Perversions and Transformations: A. S. Izgoev and the Intelligentsia Debates, 1904-22,” in Landmarks Revisited: The Vekhi Debates 100 Years On, ed. Robin Aizlewood & Ruth Coates (Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2013), p.69-85.

On the Ideological Front: The Russian Intelligentsia and the Making of the Soviet Public Sphere (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2007).

“Sociology and Revolution: Pitirim Sorokin and Russia’s National Degeneration,” Russian History/Histoire Russe 32, no. 2 (Summer 2005): 155-69.

“An Intensification of Vigilance:  Recent Perspectives on the Institutional History of the Soviet Security Apparatus in the 1920s,” Kritika 5, no. 2 (Spring 2004): 299-320.

“Purging the Public Intellectual:  The 1922 Expulsions from Soviet Russia,” Russian Review 62, no. 4 (October 2003): 589-613.

“Organizovannaia professura i universitetskaia reforma v Sovetskoi Rossii (1918-1922)” [The Organized Professoriate and University Reform in Soviet Russia, 1918-22]. In Vlast’ i nauka, uchenye i vlast’: 1880-e – nachalo 1920-kh godov. St. Petersburg: Dmitrii Bulanin, 2003.

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Deborah Garretson

Deborah Garretson

“Language Loss as Language Use and Language Change: A Theoretical Framework for Further Research,” in Festschrift to Honor Zoya Yureva , M Sendich (ed.), (1988) 175-180.

“Advancing Russian Reading Skills: A Psycholinguistic Guessing Game,” in Teaching, Learning, Acquiring Russian , S Lubensky and D K Jarvis (eds.), (1984) 151-169.

“A Psychological Approach to Interpreting,” Meta , 26:3 (1981) 244-254.

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Sean Griffin

The Liturgical Past in Byzantium and Early Rus. Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought, Fourth Series. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019.

‘Putin’s Medieval Weapons in the War against Ukraine’. Studies in Medievalism, v. 29. Karl Fugelso (ed.). Suffolk, UK: Boydell and Brewer. Forthcoming.

‘Rus’. Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church. Fourth edition. Andrew Louth (ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming.

«Аки деньица предъ слн҃цмь: литургические истоки изображения княгини Ольги в Повести временных лет». Древняя Русь. Вопросы медиевистики, no. 2 (90). Moscow: Institute of History, Russian Academy of Sciences. Forthcoming.

«Евхаристический подтекст мученичества князей Бориса и Глеба». Вестник Санкт-Петербургского Университета. История, v. 65. St Petersburg: St Petersburg University Press. Forthcoming.

«Византийская литургия и создание Повести временных лет». Ruthenica, v. 15. Kiev: Institute of History, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 2019, pp. 7-44.

‘V. V. Rozanov’. Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. Megan Swift (ed.). London: Routledge, 2016.

‘Le baptême d’Ol’ga dans le Récit des temps passés ou le palimpseste liturgique’. Ecrire et reécrire l’histoire russe, d’Ivan Terrible à V.O Kliuchevskii. Pierre Gonneau (ed.). Paris: Institut d’études slaves, 2015, pp. 159-69.

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Mikhail Gronas

2015 Y.-F. Luo, A. Rumshisky, M. Gronas. Catching the Red Priest: Using Historical Editions of Encyclopedia Britannica to Track the Evolution of Reputations. The 9th Workshop on Language Technology for Cultural Heritage, Social Sciences, and Humanities. ACL-IJCNLP 2015.

By Heart: On Mnemonic Use of Poetry. [Naizust': O mnemonicheskom bytovanii stikha] NLO 114, 2012

2010 Cognitive Poetics and Cultural Memory: Russian Literary Mnemonics. Routledge Press

2010 Why Did Free Verse Catch on in the West, but not in Russia? On the Social Uses of Memorized Poetry (pdf), Toronto Slavic Quarterly, 33, 168 - 214

2009 Just What Word Did Mandel’shtam Forget? A Mnemopoetic Solution to the Problem of Saussure’s Anagrams, Poetics Today, 30/2, 155-205

2008 Who Was the Author of the First Book About Pushkin? Pushkin Review, 11, 1-32

2006 “Pushkin’s Letters.” in: The Cambridge Companion to Pushkin, Cambridge University Press, 130-143

2006 “The Origin of Slavic Historical Imperative,” Russian Linguistics, vol 30, 1, 89-101

2004 "Strikusy Revisited: A New Interpretation of an Obscure Passage in Slovo o Polku," Speculum Slaviae Orientalis: Ruthenia, Muscovy and Lithuania in the Late Middle Ages. UCLA Slavic Studies, n.s., IV

“Dostoevsky and Tolstoy in Customer Reviews,” in Critical Exchanges: Economy and Culture in the Literature of Russia , (2004).

2002 "On New Economic Criticism," New Literary Review 58 (in Russian)

2002 Dear Orphans [Dorogie Siroty]. Moscow: O.G.I.

2001 "The Unnamed Recognizable, or Canon under the Microscope," New Literary Review, 51 (in Russian)

2001 "Dissensus: The Canon Wars in American Academia in the 80s-90s," New Literary Review, 51 (in Russian)

2000 content developer in: Yuri Tsivian, Immaterial Bodies: A Cultural Analysis of Early Russian Films [CD-ROM; the best interactive learning project award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts] USC

2000 "A Pure Gaze and Practical View: Pierre Bourdieu on Culture," New Literary Review, 45 (in Russian)

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Sergei A. Kan

Book  Sharing Our Knowledge: the Tlingit and Their Coastal Neighbors. University of Nebraska Press. 2015.,675970.aspx

Book  Vincent Soboleff: A Russian-American Photographer in Tlingit Country. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. 2013.

The 2015 Western History Association Joan Patterson Kerr Award for the best illustrated book on the American West.

Book  Symbolic Immortality: the Tlingit Potlatch of the Nineteenth Century.   Second Edition (Revised and expanded).  University of Washington Press. 2015.

[1990 Before Columbus Foundation American Book Award].

Book  Memory Eternal: Tlingit Culture and Russian Orthodox Christianity through Two Centuries. University of Washington Press.  1999.

Edited Volume and Journal  A collection of paper entitled “Individuals and Groups of Mixed Russian-Native     Parentage in Siberia, Russian America, and Alaska.” Ethnohistory 60 (3).  2013.

Edited Volume and Journal  Perspectives on Native North America: Cultures, Histories, and Representations. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.  (Co-edited with Pauline Turner Strong).  2006.

Book  Lev Shternberg, Anthropologist, Russian Socialist, Jewish Activist.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 2009.,673329.aspx


Edited Volume and Journal  Strangers to Relatives: The Adoption and Naming of Anthropologists in Native North America. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 2001.

Article. 2016. (Co-authored with Dmitry Arzyutov) Bernhard J. Stern (1894-1960) and the Saga of Publishing Lewis Henry Morgan's Collected Works in pre-World War II Soviet Russia. PP. 149-220 In Histories of Anthropology Annual, vol. 10. Ed. by Regna Darnell and Frederick Gleach. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press. 2016

Article 2016. To Study Our Past, Make Sense of Our Present and Develop Our National Consciousness: Lev Shternberg’s Comprehensive Program for Jewish Ethnography in Soviet Russia.  Pp. 64-84 In Going to the People: Jews and the Ethnographic Impulse.  Ed. by Dov-Ber Kerler and Jeffrey Veidlinger.  Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. 

Article  2015.  The Falling Out Between Alexander Goldenweiser and Robert Lowie: Two Prsonalities, Two VIsions of Anthropology.  Pp. 1-31 In  From Corridor Talk to Culture History. History of Anthropology Annual, vol. 9.  Ed. by Regna Darnell and Frederick Gleach.

University of Washington Press.

Article  2013. Sergei Ionovich Kostromitinov (1854-1915) or "Colonel George Kostrometinoff": from a Creole Teenager to the Number One Russian-American Citizen of Sitka.  Ethnohistory 60(3): 385-402.

Article   2009  Alexander Goldenweiser’s Politics.  Pp. 182-199 In Histories of Anthropology Annual.  Vol. 5.  Ed. by Regna Darnell and Frederick Gleach.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.                                       

Article   2008  Evolutionism and Historical Particularism at the St. Petersburg Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography.  Museum Anthropology 31(1): 28-46.

Article  2006  “My Old Friend in a Dead-end of Skepticism and Empiricism”: Boas, Bogoras, and the Politics of Soviet Anthropology of the late 1920s-early 1930s.  Pp. 32-68 In Histories of Anthropology Annual.  Vol. 2.  Ed. by Regna Darnell and Frederick Gleach.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 

Article  2006 Events and Nonevents on the Tlingit/Russian/American Colonial Frontier, 1802-1879. Pp. 310-327 In Perspectives on Native North America: Cultures, Histories, and Representations.  Sergei Kan and Pauline Turner Strong, eds.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 

Article  2004 It's Only Half a Mile from Savagery to Civilization: American Tourists and Southeastern Alaska Natives in the Late Nineteenth Century. Pp. 201-220 In Coming to Shore: Northwest Coast Ethnology, Traditions and Visions.  Marie Mauzé, Michael Harkin, and Sergei Kan, eds.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. 

Article  2001 Friendship, Family, and Fieldwork: One Anthropologist's Adoption by Two Tlingit Families.  Pp. 185-217 In Strangers to Relatives: The Adoption and Naming of Anthropologists in Native North America.  Sergei Kan, ed.  Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

Article  1996 Clan Mothers and Godmothers: Tlingit Women and Russian Orthodox Christianity, 1840-1940.  Native American Women's Responses to Christianity.  Special Issue of Ethnohistory, vol. 43(4): 613-641.  Ed. by Michael Harkin and Sergei Kan.

Article  1991 Shamanism and Christianity: Modern-day Tlingit Elders Look at the Past.  Ethnohistory 38 (4): 363-387

Article  1989 Cohorts, Generations, and Their Culture: the Tlingit Potlatch in the 1980s.  Anthropos 84:405-422.

Article  1987 Memory Eternal:  Russian Orthodoxy and the Tlingit Mortuary Complex.  Arctic Anthropology  24 (1):32-55. 

Article  1986 The Nineteenth-century Tlingit Potlatch: a New Perspective.  American Ethnologist  13 (2):191-212.  [American Society for Ethnohistory 1987 Robert F. Heizer Prize for the Best Article in the Field]. 

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John Kopper

Apollon Bezobrazov.  By Boris Poplavsky.  Trans., introd., and ed. by John Kopper.  Bloomington, IN: Slavica, 2015.

  "A Convenient Territory": Russian Literature at the Edge of Modernity.  Essays in Honor of Barry Scherr. Co-edited with Michael Wachtel. Bloomington, IN: Slavica, 2015.

"Фланер как функция в романе Бориса Поплавского Аполлон Безобразов," Russkaia literatura 2014.1.

“The Body Colonial: Colonizer within Colonized in Russian and South African Fiction,” in Transgressing and Traversing Continental Boundaries, ed. John Noyes (Pretoria: Univ. of South Africa, 2009), pp. 169-179.

 “Less Matter, More Art: Tolstoy, Briefly,” in Tolstoy’s Short Fiction, ed. Michael Katz (NY: Norton Critical Edition, 2008), 347–357.

"The Evolution of Nabokov's Evolution," in Nabokov at Cornell, ed. Gavriel Shapiro. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2003), 219–230.

“Surrealism under Fire: The Prose of Boris Poplavskii,” The Russian Review , 55 (1996) 245-264.

“Concerted Action in Leskov,” in O Rus! Studia litteraria slavica in honorem Hugh McLean , S Karlinsky, J L Rice, and B P Scherr (eds.), (1995) 330-344.

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Ainsley E. Morse

·Permanent Evolution: The Collected Theoretical Works of Yuri Tynianov(ed. and trans. AM, with Philip Redko) (Academic Studies Press, 2019)

·Andrey Egunov-Nikolev, Beyond Tula: A Soviet Pastoraltranslated AM (Academic Studies Press, 2019)

· “‘The Dictionary as a Toy Collection’: Interactions between the Childlike Avant-Garde Aesthetic and Soviet Children’s Literature,” in Olga Voronina, ed., The Brill Companion to Soviet Children’s Literature and Film (Brill, 2019)

·“Balagan is Theater Too: Performance and Accessibility in Daniil Kharms and Vsevolod Nekrasov,” Russian Review 78 (January 2019), 28-44

· “Between Summer and Winter: Late Soviet Children's Literature and Unofficial Poetry,” in Russian Literature 96 (May-June 2018), 105-135

· “‘For some reason I really want to go to Leningrad”: The Petersburg Text in Vsevolod Nekrasov’s ‘Leningrad Poems’” (SEEJ 61.3, Fall 2017), 573-592

·Dmitri Prigov, Soviet Texts, translated by Simon Schuchat, with AM (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2019)

·“Global Congress of Post-Prostitution,” play/performance piece by Keti Chukhrov, contemporary artist, poet and playwright – translation with the author (2019)

·Linor Goralik, FOUND LIFE: Poems, Stories, Comics, a Play, and an Interview (co-edited, with Maria Vassileva and Maya Vinokour) (Columbia University Press, 2017)


·Igor Kholin, Kholin 66: Diaries and Poems, translated with Bela Shayevich (Ugly Duckling Presse, 2017)


Lynn Ellen Patyk

 “Remembering ‘The Terrorism:’ Sergei Stepniak-Kravchinsky’s Underground Russia ” Slavic Review vol. 68 no. 4 (Winter, 2009)

“Dressed to Kill and Die: Terrorism, Gender, and Dress” Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 58 /2010.

“The Byronic Terrorist: Boris Savinkov’s Literary Self-Mythologization” in Tony Anemone ed. Just Assassins? The Culture of Russian Terrorism Northwestern University Press, 2010.

“Fallen Women: The Female Terrorist and/as Prostitute in the Russian Literary Tradition” in Sylvia Schraut and Christine Hikel ed. Terrorismus, Geschlecht, Gedächtnis Campus Verlag, 2012.

“The Age of Terrorism in the Age of Literature,” in Randall Law ed. The Routledge History of Terrorism  (Routledge, 2015). 

Written in Blood: Revolutionary Terrorism and Russian Literary Culture, 1861-1881 (University of Wisconsin Press, 2017).

"On Disappointment in Terrorism, War, and Revolution: Boris Savinkov's What Didn't Happen and Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace" (The Russian Review, January 2018).

“Dostoevsky’s Terrorism Trilogy” in Peter Herman ed. Critical Concepts: Terrorism ( Cambridge University Press, 2018)

“Terrorism and Provocation in Bely’s Petersburg,” in Leonid Livak ed.  A Reader’s Guide to Andrei Bely’s Petersburg  (University of Wisconsin Press, 2019)

"The Return of 'Provokatsiia' in Putin-Era Russia" forthcoming in Russian Review (January 2020)

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Alfia Rakova

Intercultural Communication in the Russian Language Classroom in the USA. "EAST-WEST: CROSSING CULTURES." II World Congress in Real and Virtual Mode at Kyoto Sangyo University, Kyoto, Japan. October, 2019

Student Presentations in the Russian Language Classroom. In: Cross-Cultural Studies: Education and Science Vol. IV, Issue 4, March 2019, pp. 129-134.

Color and Culture in the Russian Language Classroom. In: Cross- Cultural Studies: Education and Science (CCS&ES) ISSN -2470-1262. Volume 3, September 2018.

Teaching Russian to American Students Through Language Work on Films and Stories About Women. In: Cross-Cultural Studies: Education and Science. Volume 1. 2017. 

Роль словообразования русской разговорной речи в восприятии фильмов американскими студентами. Aspects of the Humanities in Geo-Cultural Space. Istanbul, October 2016.

Developing Conversational Russian Using Voice Tread Outside of Class. In:Socio-Cultural and Philological Aspects of Teaching and Research. Kyoto University, Japan, 2014. pp. 507-511.

Learning Language While Viewing Russian Film. AATSEEL Newsletter. December 2011, pp. 17-18.

Learning While Watching. Paper. NEMLA Convention, Boston, MA, March 2013

Dialects and Slang in Learning Russian through Literature and Film. Paper. NeMLA Convention, Rochester, NY. March 2012.

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Barry Scherr

“Dostoevskii on Horseback.” Slavic and East European Journal, 61 (2017), no. 4, 674-95. 

“Analyzing Stanza Rhythm:  A Brief History and Future Directions.”  In M. L. Gasparovu— Stikhovedu: In Memoriam.  Ed. Marina Akimova and Marina Tarlinskaja.   Moscow: Iazyki slavianskoi kul´tury, 2017.  Pp. 117-37. 

Lifshits/Losev/Loseff: Sbornik pamiati L´va Vladimirovicha Loseva.  [Lifshits/Losev/Loseff: A Volume in Memory of Lev Vladimirovich Loseff]. Ed. Mikhail Gronas and Barry P. Scherr.  Moscow:  Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2017.  Pp. 425. Includes Barry P. Scherr, “Vkus iazyka izgnan´ia: Stolknovenie L´va Loseva s angliiskim” [Tasting the Language of Exile:  Lev Loseff and the Encounter with English], pp. 399–421.

“To Separate or Not to Separate:  Stanza Boundaries and Poetic Structure.” Studia metrica et poetica, 3 (2016), no. 2, 32-49.   

“‘Dve dushi’ — M. Gor´kii i K. Chukovskii” [“Two Souls”:  Maksim Gorky and Kornei Chukovskii].  In Gor’kii, Shmelev, Teffi i drugie: Iubileinyi sbornik k vos’midesiatiletiiu Lidii Alekseevny Spriidonovoi.  Ed. O. V. Shugan.  Moscow: IMLI RAN, 2015.  Pp. 13–28.

The Joy of Recognition:  Selected Essays of Omry Ronen.  Ed. Barry P. Scherr and Michael Wachtel. Ann Arbor:  Michigan Slavic Publications, 2015. Pp. lxi + 501.    Includes Barry P. Scherr, “The Critical Heritage of Omry Ronen,” pp. xv-xliv. A Russian version of this essay, “Nauchnoe nasledie Omri Ronena,” appeared in Zvezda, 2014, no. 3, 223-34.

Poetry and Poetics:  A Centennial Tribute to Kiril Taranovsky.  Edited by Barry P. Scherr, James Bailey and Vida T. Johnson.   Bloomington, IN:  Slavica, 2014.  Pp. xiii + 425. Includes the article: Barry Scherr, “Taranovsky’s Laws: Further Observations from a Comparative Perspective,” pp. 343-63.

 “The Topography of Terror:  The Real and Imagined City in Dostoevsky’s BesyDostoevsky Studies, 18 (2014), 59-85.

“Reshaping the Past:  Gorky’s Reminiscences of Korolenko.”  The Russian Review, 73 (2014), no. 4, 532-49.

 “Mikropolimetriia Eleny Shvarts” [The Micro-Polymetrical Verse of Elena Shvarts].  In Slavianskii stikh, IX. Ed. T. V. Skulacheva et al.  Moscow:  Rukopisnye pamiatniki Drevnei Rusi, 2012.  Pp. 105–16.

 “An Odessa Odyssey:  Vladimir Jabotinsky’s The Five.”  Slavic Review, 70 (2011), no. 1, 94–115.

Formal Methods in Poetics:  A Collection of Scholarly Works Dedicated to the Memory of Professor M. A. Krasnoperova.  Edited by Barry P. Scherr, James Bailey and Evgeny V. Kazartsev.  Lüdenscheid, Germany:  RAM-Verlag, 2011.  Pp. xi + 315.  Includes the article: Barry Scherr,“Tarkovskii’s Sonnets,“  pp. 124-43.

“Čukovskij's Whitmans,” Russian Literature, 66 (2009), no. 1, 65-98.

The Shining World: Exploring Aleksandr Grin's “Grinlandia”, by Barry P. Scherr and Nicholas Luker, with the collaboration of Simon Ellis.  Nottingham:  Astra Press, 2007. xviii + 189 pp.

Eisenstein at 100:  A Reconsideration.  Edited by Al LaValley and Barry P. Scherr.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Rutgers University Press, 2001. ix + 318 pp. Includes the article: Barry Scherr, “Alexander Nevsky:  Film without a Hero,”  pp. 207-26.

Maksim Gorky:  Selected Letters.  Edited, translated, and commentary by Andrew Barratt and Barry P. Scherr.  Oxford:  Clarendon Press, 1997.  xxvi + 391 pp.

Russian Poetry:  Meter, Rhythm, and Rhyme.  Berkeley:  University of Cali­fornia Press, 1986.  xvi + 366 pp.


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Victoria Somoff

The Imperative of Reliability: Russian Prose on the Eve of the Novel, 1820s-1850s. Northwestern University Press, 2015.

“Nonresistance to Fiction: Archaic Folktale vs. Later Tolstoy.” Slavic and Eastern European Journal 60:2 (Summer 2016), pp. 284-306.

“Alexander Veselovsky’s Historical Poetics vs. Cultural Poetics: Remembering the Future.” Ilya Kliger and Boris Maslov, eds., Persistent Forms: Explorations in Historical Poetics, Fordham University Press, 2015.

“Morals and Miracles: The Case of AT 555, The Fisherman and His Wife.” Forthcoming (2016) in Nancy Canepa, ed. Teaching Fairy Tales, Wayne State University Press.  


“Four is Not Fourteen: Tongue Twister Patterns and the Unmastery of Language.” Western Folklore 73:2/3 (Spring 2014), pp. 195-215. 

“No Need for Dogs or Women: Muteness in Turgenev’s Mumu.” Russian Literature 68, nos. 3-4 (2010): 501-520.

“On the Metahistorical Roots of the Fairytale.” Western Folklore 61 (2002): 277-294.

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Steve Swayne

Orpheus in Manhattan: William Schuman and the Shaping of America’s Musical Life (Oxford University Press, 2011).

“Remembering and Re-membering: Sondheim, the Waltz, and A Little Night Music ,” Studies in Musical Theatre 1, no. 3 (2007): 259–73.

“William Schuman, World War II, and the Pulitzer Prize,” Musical Quarterly 89, nos. 2-3 (Summer-Fall 2006): 273-320.

How Sondheim Found His Sound (University of Michigan Press, 2005).

“So Much ‘More’: The Music of Dick Tracy ,” American Music 22, no. 1 (Spring 2004): 50-63.

“Hindemith’s Unexpected Grandson,” Hindemith-Jahrbuch 32 (2003): 215-234.

“Sondheim’s Piano Sonata,” Journal of the Royal Musical Association 127 (2002): 258-304.

“ Music for the Theatre , the Young Copland, and the Younger Sondheim,” American Music 20, no. 1 (Spring 2002): 80-101.

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William C. Wohlforth

Torkunov, A. V., W. C. Wohlforth and B. F. Martynov, eds., History of International Relations and Russian Foreign Policy in the 20th Century (2 vols.) (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing., 2020)

Brooks, S.G. and W.C. Wohlforth, America Abroad: The United States’ Global Role in the 21st Century (Oxford, 2016) (paperback ed. 2018)

Gheciu, Alexandra and W.C. Wohlforth,  eds., The Oxford Handbook of International Security (Oxford University Press, 2018). 

Sambanis N., S. Skaperdas & W.C., Wohlforth,  “External Intervention, Identity, and Civil War” Comparative Political Studies(forthcoming)

Paci., S., Sambanis, N., & W.C. Wohlforth,  “Status-Seeking and Nation-Building: The ‘Piedmont Principle’ Revisited”  Journal of Interdisciplinary History (Winter, 2020).

Norrlöf, C,  & W.C. Wohlforth,  “Raison de l’Hégémonie (The Hegemon’s Interest): Theory of the Costs and Benefits of Hegemony,”Security Studies 28, no. 3 (July–September 2019).

Wohlforth,  W.C., B. de Carvalho, I.B. Neumann & H. Leira "Moral Authority and Status in International Relations: Good States and the Social Dimension of Status-Seeking,” with B. de Carvalho, I.B. Neumann and H. Leira Review of International Studies 44/3 (July 2018), pp. 526-546.

Wohlforth,  W.C.,  & V. Zubok, “An Abiding Antagonism: Realism, Idealism, and the Mirage of US-Russian Partnership in the End of the Cold War” International Politics, 2017, 54(4): 405-419

Norrlöf, C, & W.C. Wohlforth,  “Is US Grand Strategy Self Defeating? Deep Engagement, Military Spending and Sovereign Debt,”   Conflict Management and Peace Science  Vol. 36(3) (2019): 227–247 

Brooks, S. G.  & W.C. Wohlforth, “The Rise and Fall of Great Powers in the 21st Century: China’s Rise and the Fate of America’s Global Position,” International Security 40, No. 3 (Winter 2015-16), pp. 7-53.  

Sambanis, N., S. Skaperdas W.C. Wohlforth,  “Nation Building Through War,” American Political Science Review Vol. 109, No. 2 May 2015, 279-296. .

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