Pushkin Review/Pushkinskii Vestnik
Pushkin Review/Pushkinskii Vestnik publishes new scholarly articles in Russian or English on Pushkin, his era, and his legacy in Russian literature and culture; translations; archival materials; bibliographic rarities; new and interviews from the field of Pushkin studies; and book reviews.
- Frequency: One volume (one issue) per year
- ISSN/eISSN: 1526-1476/2165-0683
- To submit new work to the journal, email a Word File to the editors Joe Peschio (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Igor Pilshchikov (email@example.com). Please ensure that the citations in your submission are formatted according to the Chicago Manual of Style. The editors welcome email queries on the journal or submitting work for consideration.
- Institutions - $50.00
- Individuals - $40.00
- Domestic USA - Free
- International - $12.00/Volume
Indexing and Abstracting
Pushkin Review Volume 8 & 9
Alexander Pushkin and the Iront of Temporality [p1]
The Influence of Barry Cornwall and the Phenomenon of Poolygenesis in Alexander Pushkin's "Little House on Kolomana" [p27]
Deceptive Subtexts in "Domik v Kolomne" [p45]
Pushkin and Ovid on the Pontic Shore [p61]
Once More about Arkaddi Rodzianko and Puskin [p77]
Komicheskoe v tvorchestve Pushkina[p93]
Language, Gender and the Dream in Eugenii Onegin [p177]
Angela Brintlinger, AAASS 2006
Teaching Puskin, a Roundtable [p135]
Coris Gasparov. Five Operas and A Symphony
Words and Music in Russian Culture [p141]
Antony Wood, trans. Alexander Puskin. The Gypsies & Other Narrative Poems [p145]
Catharine Nepomny, Ludmilla Trigos, and Nicole Svobodny, eds.Under the Sky of My Africa: Pskin and Blackness [p149]
Julian Henry Lowenfeld, trans. My Talisman/Mou .... The Poetry of Alexander Puskin [p153]
Pushkin Review Volume 6 & 7
Pushkin's Vision of the Enlightened Self: Individualism, Authority and Tradition beyond Karamzin
Cain and Herostratus: Pushkin's and Shaffer's Reappropriations of the Mozart Myth
Sidestepping Silence, Ventriloquizing Death: A Reconsideration of Pushkin's Stone Island Cycle
Alyssa Dinega Gillespie
Vladislav Khodasevich as Teacher of Pushkin: Lectures on Poetry to the Prolekult
Lectures on Pushkin for Proletkult (1918). Translated by Angela Brintlinger
Translator's Introduction to The Little House at Kolomna.
The Little House at Kolomna
Translator's Introduction to Angelo.
A Note on Teaching Eugene Onegin in English
On Teaching Eugene Onegin in English
Champagne for the Brain: Reading and Writing Onegin Stanzas with American Undergraduates
Pushkinian Elements in Isaak Levitan's Painting "By the Mill-Pond"
Музы наши сестры (Пущкин и Вяземский)
О. Ю. Шокина
Чумаков, Юрий. Стихотворная
J. Douglas Clayton. In Dimitry's Shade: A Reading of Alexander Pushkin's 'Boris Godunov'.
Ian Helfant. The High Stakes of Identity: Gambling in the Life and Literature of Nineteenth-Century Russia
Расколвников, Ф. Ф. Смамъц о русскоц лцмерамуре
Olga Peters Hasty. Pushkin's Tatiana
Pushkin Review, Volume 5, 2002
Six Short Poems by Pushkin, Englished and Annotated
James L. Rice
Towards the Prosaics of Poetry: Pushkin's Graf Nulin and Lermontov's Tambovskaia Kaznacheisha
Criticism and Fragment in the Early Reception History of Eugene Onegin
Pushkin's Failure in Mickiewicz's Eyes, or, Why Read Adam Mickiewicz's Lectures?
The Pushkin-Mickiewicz Connection, Once Again
David M. Bethea
Adam Mickiewicz's Lectures on Slavic Literature.
Presented at the College de France at Paris, 1840-1844
Ruslan G. Skrynnikov. Duel' Pushkina
David Herman. Poverty of the Imagination: Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature about the Poor
Lauren G. Leighton, compiler. A Bibliography of Alexander Pushkin in English: Studies and Translations
Pushkin Review, Volume 4, 2001
Pushkin and the Koran: Dialogic Appropriation
Pushkin and Mickiewicz in Moral Profile
A Note on Curiosity in Pushkin's "The Blackamoor of Peter the Great"
Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy
Compiler, Pushkin Studies in the West
Introduction to James R. Falen's The Water-Nymph
James R. Falen
Adam Mickiewicz's Obituary for Alexander Pushkin: "The Literary Movement in Russia"
Michael Wachtel (B.M. Gasparov)
Andrew J. Swensen (Alexander Pushkin. The Little Tragedies. Translation, with Critical Essays by Nancy K. Anderson)
Peter I. Barta (Angela Brintlinger. Writing a Usable Past: Russian Literary Culture 1917-1937)
Angela Brintlinger (Paul Debreczeny. Social Functions of Literature: Alexander Pushkin and Russian Culture)
News of the Profession
Pushkin Review, Volume 3, 2000
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Selected Papers from the conference "Alexander Pushkin and Humanistic Study: Methodological Assumptions, Issues of Translation, East-West Dialogue," Stanford University, April 1999.
Rereading 'The Queen of Spades'
Pushkin, Aristocratic Identity and Court Society
Tempting Fate: Defiance and Subversion in the Writing of Boris Godunov
Brett Cooke and Chester Dunning
A.S. Pushkin's Self-Projection in the 1830s: 'Letters to His Wife'
Burying the Elegiac Corpse: Selfhood in Pushkin's Late Lyrics
Selected Papers from the conference "Pushkin beyond Europe," Pennsylvania State University, October 1999.
Imperialism as an Infectious Disease: The Theme of Death in 'Kavkazskii plennik'
Adrian J. Wanner
Onegin's Journey: The Orient Revisited
What Derzhavin Heard When Pushkin Read "Vospominaniia v Tsarskom Sele" in 1815
Anna Lisa Crone
Between Public and Private: Refiguring Politics in Pushkin's Boris Godunov
Brian James Baer
Pushkinist or P.R. Man: Sergei Lifar in 1930s Europe
Eugene Onegin and the Album Culture of Pushkin's Time
Natalia Ivanovna Mikhailova
О финалъной сцене "Каменного гостя"
The Tale of Tsar Saltan: A Centenary Appreciation of Rimskii-Korsakov's Second Pushkin Opera
Lyle K. Neff
A Feast in Time of Plague
James R. Falen
The Covetous Knight
James R. Falen
News of the Profession