RECENT PUBLICATIONS

  

Chas Cassidy

(Northwestern University)

Please forward information regarding recent publications directly to Chas Cassidy: chascassidy2023@u.northwestern.edu

New Translations

Kharms, D. Russian Absurd: Selected Writings. Trans. A. Cigale. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press., 2017.

History

Webb, C. The Sobibor Death Camp: History, Biographies, and Remembrance. New York: ibidem Press (Columbia University Press), 2017.

Literary Criticism

Blank, K. Spaces of Creativity: Essays on Russian Literature and the Arts. Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2016.

Boyd, B. & Bozovic, M., eds. Nabokov Upside Down. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2016.

Lipovetsky, M. Postmodern Crises: From Lolita to Pussy Riot. Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2017.

Museum Studies

Zubkovych, A. Dealing with the Yugoslav Past: Exhibition Reflections in the Successor States. New York: ibidem Press (Columbia University Press), 2017.

Political Science

Bertelsen, O., ed. Revolution and War in Contemporary Ukraine: the Challenge of Change. New York: ibidem Press (Columbia University Press), 2017.

Jones, P. Islam, Society, and Politics in Central Asia. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2017.

Kim, O. The Effects and Implications of Kazakhstan’s Adoption of International Financial Reporting Standards: a Resource Dependence Perspective. New York: ibidem Press (Columbia University Press), 2017.

Ryabinska, N. Ukraine’s Post-Communist Mass Media. New York: ibidem Press (Columbia University Press), 2017.

Polish Studies

Brodsky, G. W. S. Joseph Conrad’s Polish Soul: Realms of Memory and Self. New York: Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Press (Columbia University Press), 2017.

Kot, J. Complicating the Female Subject: Gender, National Myths, and Genre in Polish Women’s Inter-War Drama. Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2016.

Rothstein, R. A. More Words to the Wise: Further Reflections on Polish Language, Literature, and Folklore. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers (Indiana University Press), 2016.

More Words to the Wise (xii + 261 pp.) is a continuation of Rothstein’s earlier project, Two Words to the Wise. This collection of seventy-five columns is designed to be accessible to anyone interested in Polish culture and covers topics as diverse as foodways, folk tales, and the Polish poetic tradition.

Szczypien, J. “Sailing towards Poland” with Joseph Conrad. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc, 2017.