Book Review: Russians Abroad

Russians Abroad: Literary and Cultural Politics of Diaspora was reviewed in the Slavonic and East European Review (vol. 92, no. 3, July 2014). Reviewer Maria Rubins (UCL SSEES) writes:

Framed by several critical models, including neocolonial, the book is rich in observations on the nexus between the national canon, exile and modernism....Greta Slobin’s book will play an important part in emigre studies, where a decisive shift has occurred during the last decade from describing the long neglected material and ‘filling the gaps’ to conceptualizing and contextualizing the complex network of literary discourses, solidarities and loyalties.
Slavonic and East European Review (vol. 92, no. 3, July 2014)