Cultural Revolutions: Russia in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries (Series)

Previously known as “Cultural Revolutions: Russia in the Twentieth Century”

Series Editor: Boris Wolfson (Amherst College)

Editorial Board:

  • Anthony Anemone (The New School, New York)
  • Eliot Borenstein (New York University, New York)
  • Angela Brintlinger (The Ohio State University, Columbus)
  • Karen Evans-Romaine (Ohio University, Athens)
  • Jochen Hellbeck (Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey)
  • Lilya Kaganovsky (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
  • Christina Kiaer (Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois)
  • Alaina Lemon (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)
  • Simon Morrison (Princeton University, Princeton)
  • Eric Naiman (University of California, Berkeley)
  • Joan Neuberger (University of Texas , Austin)
  • Lyudmila Parts (McGill University, Montreal)
  • Ethan Pollock (Brown University, Providence)
  • Cathy Popkin (Columbia University, New York)
  • Stephanie Sandler (Harvard University, Cambridge)

This series presents lively scholarly dialogue across academic disciplines and national borders about events, figures, ideas, and cultural artifacts that have defined modern Russian culture. Monographs, thematic collections, anthologies, as well as scholarly guides to authors/thinkers, periods, historical events, and texts examine the literary, visual and material culture of the “long” twentieth century-from one fin-de-siecle (1890s) to the other (2000s). This series brings together some of the most far-reaching studies in literature, history, visual art, film, theater, and anthropology, and helps to reframe key questions that will animate scholarship of twentieth-century Russia in decades to come.