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Mikhail Epstein CV

Mikhail N. Epstein (Epshtein)
Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Cultural Theory and Russian Literature

Department of Russian and East Asian Languages and Cultures

Emory University
REALC, Modern Languages Bldg, 532 Kilgo Circle, Atlanta, GA 30322 Tel. (404) 727-2594 (office) E-mail: russmne@emory.edu Fax (404) 712-8511

Home page: http:/www.emory.edu/INTELNET/Index.html


RESEARCH AND TEACHING AREAS
Cultural and literary theory; new methods and interdisciplinary approaches in the humanities; postmodernism; the history of Russian literature (particularly Pushkin, Gogol, Dostoevsky and 20th century poetry); philosophy and religion in Russia; semiotics and language evolution; ideas and electronic media; essays on literary, cultural and philosophical issues.
EDUCATION
l988 - 1990 Ph. D. Dissertation in Philology: "Semantika slavianskogo slovoobraza i struktura ego assotsiativnykh sviazei" ("The Semantics of the Slavonic Word-Image and the Structure of Its Associative Connections"). The Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow (partly published as "Priroda, mir, tainik vselennoi...", see Books, No.16).

l967-l972 Moscow State University, Faculty of Philology, Russian Department. Equivalent to M. A. and B. A. Specialized in the theory of literature and in the history of Russian literature. Title of the thesis: "The Functions of Dénouement in a Literary Work." Graduated summa cum laude.


l967 Moscow High School No. 5. Graduated with gold medal.
EMPLOYMENT:

Fall 2000-Present Full Professor; Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Cultural Theory and Russian Literature, Emory University.


Spring 2002 Visiting Lindholm Professor, Russian and East European Studies Center, University of Oregon (Eugene).
Fall 1998 - Spring 2001 Winship Distinguished Research Professor (inaugural recipient of Distinguished Research Award from Emory College for "singular accomplishments in research").
Fall 1995-Spring 2000 Associate Professor. REALC, Emory University
Fall 1990-Spring 1995 Assistant Professor. REALC, Emory University (on leave in 1990-1991, fellow at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars).
Spring l990 Visiting Professor at Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT.
1988-1990 Director of the Laboratory of Contemporary Culture, Experimental Center of Creativity, Moscow (interdisciplinary research projects on new literary and intellectual trends in the USSR).
l988 Visiting Professor at the Gorky Literary Institute, Moscow.
1986-1988 Director of the "Image and Thought" Association.
1978-1985 The Union of Writers of the USSR. Lecturer at the Moscow Section of Literary Education.
l973-l978 Researcher at the Department of Theoretical Problems, the World Literature Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR.
COURSES taught at Emory

CPLT 760 ILA 790 RUSS 550 Global Culture and the Future of the Humanities.

CPLT 753V, ILA 790J Semiotics and Poetics

CPLT 550 ILA 790K, RUSS 485 Western and Russian Postmodernism

RUSS 375, IDS 389, CPLT 389 Love's Discourses: Russia/West

RELIGION 373, THEOLOGY 329, HISTORY 597 RUSS 420,

Philosophy and Religion in Russia

RUSS 378 /REES 378 The Post-Soviet Phantom of the Empire: Russian Culture in the 1980s – 2000s

CPLT 550 Russian Contributions to Literary Theory (Marxism, Formalism, and Dialogism)

LIT 302, ENG 384 Literary Theory/ English Criticism

ILA 790 CPLT 752 ENG 789 RUS 550 Bakhtin and His Circles: Dialogues

Across the Disciplines

CPLT 752V RUSS 550, GER 550K, ENG 730R, From Romanticism to Realism

(team taught).

RUSS 550 A, ILA 790J, Judaic Studies 730M Jews in Russian Culture

RUSS 360. Dostoevsky

RUSS 401. 19th Century Russian Literature in the Original

RUSS 402. 20th Century Russian Literature in the Original

RUSS 490 Intellectual History of Russia

FELLOWSHIPS AND MAJOR GRANTS

2011 January – March. Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Study and Prowse Fellow at Van Mildert College, Durham University, UK. Research: "The Future of the Humanities."

2008-2009 $30,000. University Research Committee, Emory University. Research: A Manifesto for the Techno-Humanities: How the Humanities Can Change the World.


2002-2003, Senior Fellow, Center for Humanistic Inquiry, Emory University. Project: The Future of the Human Sciences: Paradigmatic Shifts and Emerging Concepts.
Fall 1999 - Spring 2001, Fall 2003 – Spring 2006 Gustafson scholar, co-chair of the interdisciplinary faculty seminar at Emory University, $4,000 stipend annually.
July 1992-December 1994 $69, 500 from the National Council for Soviet and East European Research, Washington, D. C. Research: Russian Philosophical and Humanistic Thought since 1950.
September 1992-August 1993 $10, 000 from the University Research Committee, Emory University. Research: Non-Marxist Trends in Recent Russian Philosophy: Structuralism, Neo-Slavophilism, and Personalism.
August 1990 - August 1991 Fellow of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and The Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Washington, D. C. Research: Soviet Ideological Language ($40,000).
AWARDS, PRIZES
2011. The prize of Znanie – Sila (Knowledge is Power), the leading Russian journal on science and society, for the best publications of 2010.
Liberty Prize 2000, for "the outstanding contribution to the development of Russian - U.S. cultural relations." Continent USA and American University in Moscow. New York, December 2000.
2000. The prize of Zvezda, the leading St.-Petersburg literary journal, for the best publications of 1999.
Award winner, the International Essay Contest set up by Lettre International, the European literary magazine, and Weimar 1999 - Cultural City of Europe in cooperation with Goethe-Institut. The topic: "Liberating the Future from the Past? Liberating the Past from the Future?" The ten winning essays selected out of 2,500 submissions from 123 countries. Title of the essay: "Chronocide: a Prologue to the Resurrection of Time." 6,000 GM and residence for two months at Nietzsche House, Stiftung Weimarer Klassik. June-July 2000.
The Social Innovations Award 1995 in the category of "creativity" from the Institute for Social Inventions (London) for the electronic Bank of New Ideas as one of "the most imaginative, feasible and potentially transformative schemes." Award citation: http://globalideasbank.org/Awards.HTMLNo.creativity.
Selected as International Man of the Year 1992/93, 1995/1996, 1999/2000 and 2000/2001; awarded a Decree of Merit for "an outstanding contribution to literary scholarship" by the International Biographic Center, Cambridge, UK.
Andrei Belyi Prize, 1991, for the best work in literary criticism and scholarship (awarded annually in St.-Petersburg since 1978; the first non-governmental literary prize established in the former USSR). Belyi prize's web site: http://guelman.ru/slava/beliy/premia.htm


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
In library catalogs, publications are listed under the names: Mikhail Epstein, Mikhail Epshtein, Michail Epstein.

29 books published in English and Russian, and 14 books translated into German, Serbo-Croatian, Hungarian and Korean. Articles and essays have been translated and published in 16 languages: German, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Swedish, Danish, Finnish, Serbo-Croatian, Hungarian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Estonian, and Ukranian. Full list of publications includes about 600 items.



BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS
Forthcoming:

The Transformative Humanities: A Manifesto. New York and London: Continuum, 2012.
The Phoenix of Philosophy: Soviet Thought after Stalin (1953 – 1991). New York and London: Continuum, 2013 (manuscript under consideration)
Religiia posle ateizma: novye vozmozhnosti teologii (Religion after Atheism: The New Opportunities for Theology). Moscow: AST Press, 2013.
Proektivnyi filosofskii slovar'. Novye terminy i poniatiia (A Projective Philosophical Dictionary. New Terms and Concepts). Moscow: Gumanitarii, 2012 – 2013, in two volumes (the author of the Preface and of 170 entries out of 270; one of two coeditors).

In English:
1. PreDictonary: An Exploration of Blank Spaces in Language. San Francisco: Atelos, 2011, 155 pp.
2. Russian Spirituality and the Secularization of Culture. New York: FrancTireur-USA, 2011, 135 pp.
3. Cries in the New Wilderness: from the Files of the Moscow Institute of Atheism. Trans. and intr. by Eve Adler. Philadelphia: Paul Dry Books, 2002, 236 pp.
4.Transcultural Experiments: Russian and American Models of Creative Communication (with Ellen Berry). New York: St. Martin's Press (Scholarly and Reference Division), 1999, 340 pp. (of 23 chapters, 16 are written by this author).
5. Russian Postmodernism: New Perspectives on Post-Soviet Culture (with Alexander Genis and Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover, in the series Studies in Slavic Literature, Culture, and Society, vol. 3). New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 1999, 528 pp. (of 24 chapters, 16 are written by this author). Hardcover and paperback editions.
6. After the Future: The Paradoxes of Postmodernism and Contemporary Russian Culture (a volume in the series Critical Perspectives on Modern Culture, introd. and transl. by Anesa Miller-Pogacar), Amherst: The University of Massachusetts Press, 1995, 392 pp. Hardcover and paperback editions. Electronic edition, Boulder, Colo.: NetLibrary, Inc., 2000.
7. Relativistic Patterns in Totalitarian Thinking: An Inquiry into the Language of Soviet Ideology. Kennan Institute for Advanced Russian Studies, Occasional Paper, No.243. Washington: The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 1991,94 pp.
In English and Russian
8. Amerussia: Selected essays. / Amerossiia. Izbrannaia esseistika. (parallel texts in English and Russian). Moscow: Serebrianye niti, 2007, 504 pp.
9. The Constructive Potential of the Humanities. / Konstruktivnyi potential gumanitarnykh nauk. Moscow, Russian State University of the Humanities, 2006, 74 pp.

In Russian

SCHOLARLY BOOKS


10. Slovo i molchanie. Metafizika russkoi literatury (Word and Silence: The Metaphysics of Russian Literature). Moscow: Vysshaia shkola, 2006, 550 pp.
11. Filosofiia tela (Philosophy of the Body). St.-Petersburg: Aleteia, 2006, 194 pp.
12. Znak probela: O budushchem gumanitarnykh nauk (Mapping Blank Spaces: On the Future of the Humanities). Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2004, 864 pp.
13. Proektivnyi filosofskii slovar'. Novye terminy i poniatiia (A Projective Philosophical Dictionary. New Terms and Concepts). St.-Petersburg: Aleteia, 2003, 512 pp. (coeditor with G. L. Tulchinsky and the author of the Preface and of 90 entries out of overall 165).
14. Filosofiia vozmozhnogo. Modal'nosti v myshlenii i kul'ture (The Philosophy of the Possible: The Modalities in Thought and Culture). St.-Petersburg: Aleteia, 2001, 334 pp.
15. Postmodern v Rossii: literatura i teoriia (The Postmodern in Russia: Literature and Theory). Moscow: LIA Elinina, 2000, 370 pp.

2nd edition, revised and expanded: Postmodern v russkoi literature (The Postmodern in Russian Literature). Moscow: Vysshaia shkola, 2005, 495 pp.


16. Vera i obraz. Religioznoe bessoznatel'noe v russkoi kul'ture XX veka (Faith and Image: The Religious Unconscious in Twentieth Century Russian Culture), Tenafly (New Jersey): Hermitage Publishers, 1994, 270 pp.
17. 'Priroda, mir, tainik vselennoi. . .' Sistema peizazhnykh obrazov v russkoi poezii ('Nature, the World, the Mystery of the Universe...': The System of Landscape Images in Russian Poetry). Moscow: Vysshaia Shkola [the central university press of Russia], l990, 304 pp.

2nd, revised edition: Stikhi and Stikhii. Priroda v russkoi poezii 18 – 20 cc. (Verses and Elements: Nature in Russian Poetry of the 18-20 cc.). Samara: Bakhrakh-M, 2007, 352 pp.


18. Paradoksy novizny. O literaturnom razvitii XIX-XX vekov (The Paradoxes of Innovation: On the Development of Literature in the l9th and 20th Centuries). Moscow: Sovetskii Pisatel', l988, 4l6 pp.
BOOKS OF NON–FICTION. CULTURAL, LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL ESSAYS
19. Solo Amore: Liubov' v piati izmereniiakh (Solo Amore: Love in Five Dimensions). Moscow: Eksmo, 2011, 492 pp.
20. Katalog (Catalogue), with Ilya Kabakov. Vologda: Library of Moscow Conceptualism published by German Titov, 2010, 344 pp.
21. Entsiklopedia iunosti (Encyclopedia of Youth), with Sergei Iourienen. New York: Franc-Tireur USA, 2009, 477 pp.
22-23. Vse esse, v 2 tt., t. 1. V Rossii, 1970-e – 1980-e; t. 2. Iz Ameriki, 1990-e-2000-e (All Essays, or All is Essay), in 2 volumes: vol. 1. In Russia, 1970s-1980s; vol. 2. From America, 1990s-2000s. Ekaterinburg: U-Faktoriia, 2005, 544 pp. + 704 pp.
24. Bog detalei. Narodnaia dusha i chastnaia zhizn' v Rossii na iskhode imperii (A Deity of Details: The Public Soul and Private Life at the Twilight of the Russian Empire). New York: Slovo/Word, 1997, 248 pp. 2nd, revised and expanded edition. Moscow: LIA Elinina, 1998, 240 pp.
25. Na granitsakh kul'tur. Rossiiskoe - amerikanskoe - sovetskoe (On the Borders of Cultures: Russian - American - Soviet). New York, Slovo/Word, 1995, 343 pp.
26. Novoe sektantstvo: tipy religiozno-filosofskikh umonastroenii v Rossii, 1970-80-e gody (New Sectarianism: The Varieties of Religious-Philosophical Consciousness in Russia, the 1970s-1980s). Holyoke (Massachusetts): New England Publishing Co., 1993, 179 pp. 2nd edition, reprint, Moscow: Labirint, 1994, 181 pp.

3rd revised and expanded edition. Samara: Bakhrakh-M, 2005, 255 pp.

27. Velikaia Sov'. Filosofsko-mifologicheskii ocherk (Great Sov'. A Philosophical-Mythological Essay). New York: Word/Slovo, 1994, 175 pp.

2nd ed revised and expanded edition: Velikaia Sov'. Sovetskaia mifologiia (Great Owland. Soviet Mythology). Samara: Bakhrakh-M, 2006, 272 pp.


28. Ottsovstvo (Fatherhood. An Essay), Tenafly (New Jersey): Hermitage Publishers, 1992, 160 pp.; Ottsovstvo. Metafizicheskii dnevnik (Fatherhood. A Metaphysical Journal),2nd revised edition, St.-Petersburg: Aletheia, 2003, 248 pp.
29. Novoe v klassike. Derzhavin, Pushkin, Blok v sovremennom vospriiatii (The Classics Renovated: Derzhavin, Pushkin, and Blok in Contemporary Perception). Moscow: Znanie, l982, 40 pp.
In German:
30. Tagebuch für Olga. Chronik einer Vaterschaft. Aus dem Russischen von Otto Markus. Munich: Roitman Verlag, 1990, 256 pp.
In Serbo-Croatian:
31. Solo Amore (By Love Only), transl. by Amra Lafitic. Fakultet za medije i komunikacije Univerziteta Singidunum u Beogradu (University Press of Belgrade), 2010. 292 pp.

2nd edition: Beograd: KONRAS, 2011, 384 pp.


32 – 33. Posle buduchnosti: Sudbina postmoderna (After the Future: The Fate of the Postmodern), in 2 vol., transl. by Radmila Mecanin, Beograd: Draslar partner, 2010, vol.1, 310 pp., vol. 2, 328 pp.
34. Mihail Epstejn. Filozofija tela. S ruskog prevela Radmila Mecanin. Beograd, Geopoetika, 2009, 285 pp.
35. Blud rada: Eseji, katalozi i mali traktati (Labor of Lust: Essays, Catalogs and Little Treatises), transl. from Russian by Radmila Mecanin. Novi Sad: Stylos, 2001, 248 pp.
36. Novo Sektashtvo Tipovi religiozno-filozofskikx pogleda na svet u Rusiju (70-ikh i 80-ikh godina xx veka). (New Sectarianism: The Varieties of Religious-Philosophical Consciousness in Russia, the 1970s-1980s), transl. from Russian by Draginia Ramadanski. Novi Sad: Aurora, 2001, 220 pp.
37. Ochinstvo (Fatherhood), transl. from Russian by Draginia Ramadanski. Novi Sad: Aurora, 2001, 224 pp.
38. Ruska kultura na raskrscu. Sekularizacija i prelaz sa dualnog na trojicni model. (Russian Culture at the Crossroads: Secularization and Transition from the Binary Model to the Trinitary One), transl. from Russian by Radmila Mecanin. Beograd, Narodna knjiga/Alfa, Beograd, 1999, 100 pp.
39. Vera i lik. Religiozno nesvesno u ruskoi kulturi XX veka. (Faith and Image: The Religious Unconscious in Twentieth Century Russian Culture). Transfrom Russian Radmila Mechanin. Novi Sad: Matitsa srpska, 1998, 356 pp.
40. Postmodernizam (Postmodernism). S ruskog prevela Radmila Mechanin. Beograd: Zepter Book World, 1998, 157 pp.
41. Esej (Essay). [Theory of Essay as a Genre]. S ruskog prevela Radmila Mechanin.Beograd: Narodna knjiga-Alfa, Biblioteka Pojmovnik, 1997, 172 pp.
In Hungarian:
42. A posztmodern és Oroszorszäg (Postmodernism in Russia). Budapest: Európa Könyvkiadó, 2001, 340 pp.
In Korean:
43. After the Future: The Paradoxes of Postmodernism and Contemporary Russian Culture. Trans. from Russian and English by Cho Jun-Rae. Seoul, Hanul Publishing Group, 2009, 878 pp.
BOOK CHAPTERS AND ARTICLES
IN ENGLISH

CHAPTERS AND ARTICLES IN ACADEMIC EDITIONS:


Creativity in Philosophy: Toward Cultural Proteism and Philosophy of the Possible, in Philosophy After Hiroshima, ed. Edward Demenchonok, Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010, 477-512.
" " [on the meaning of a blank space] Common Knowledge (Duke UP), Vol.16, No.3, Fall 2010, pp. 367-403.
The Philosophical Implications of Russian Conceptualism. Journal of Eurasian Studies. Vol. 1, No. 1, January 2010, 64-71.
Ideas against Ideocracy: the Platonic Drama of Russian Thought, in In Marx's Shadow: Knowledge, Power, and Intellectuals in Eastern Europe and Russia, ed. by C. Bradatan and S. Oushakine, Lanham (MD): Lexington Books, 2010, 13 – 36.
From Post- to Proto-: Bakhtin and the Future of the Humanities, in Critical Theory in Russia and the West, ed. Renfrew, Alastair & Galin Tihanov. London & New York: Routledge, 2009, pp. 173-194.
The Interesting, in Qui Parle: Critical Humanities and Social Sciences, Berkeley: University of California, vol 18, No.1, Fall /Winter 2009, pp. 75-88.
Transculture: A Broad Way Between Globalism and Multiculturalism. The American Journal of Economics and Sociology; v. 68, Jan. 2009, no. 1, pp. 327-351).

Reprinted in:  Between Global Violence and the Ethics of Peace: Philosophical Perspectives. Ed. Edward Demenchonok. Malden, MA: Willey-Blackwell, 2009, 327-351.


Fatherhood: A Diary for Olga. Transl. from Russian by Susan Brownsberger. Journal of Family Life (Emory University), February 4, 2009 http://www.citizenstudio.com/jofl2/fatherhood
Hyperauthorship in Mikhail Bakhtin: The Primary Author and Conceptual

Personae. Russian Journal of Communication (Marquette Books, USA). Vol. 1, No. 3. Summer 2008, pp. 80-90.


Semiurgy: from Language Analysis to Language Synthesis. Russian Journal of Communication (Marquette Books, USA).Vol. 1, No. 1. Winter 2008, pp. 24-41.
Methods of Madness and Madness as a Method, in: Madness and the Mad in Russian Culture. Ed. by Angela Britlinger and Ilya Vinitsky. Toronto, Buffalo, London: Univ. of Toronto Press, 2007, pp. 263-282.
Between Humanity and Human Beings: Information Trauma and the Evolution of the Species. Common Knowledge, vol.13, Issue 1, Winter 2007, pp. 18-32.
The Demise of the First Secularization: the Church of Gogol and the Church of Belinsky, tranl. by Jonathan Sutton. Studies in East European Thought, vol. 58, No. 2, June 2006, 95-105.
Russian Philosophy of National Spirit from the 1970s to the 1980s, in Re-ethnicizing the Minds? Cultural Revival in Contemporary Thought. Ed. by Thorsten Botz-Bornstein and Jurgen Hengelbrock. Amsterdam – New York: Rodopi, 2006, 185-218.
An Easy Death, in Death and Anti-Death, Volume 3: Fifty Years After Einstein, One

Hundred Fifty Years After Kierkegaard, ed. Charles Tandy (Editor). Ria University Press, 2005, 153-162.
"The Unasked Question. What Bakhtin Would Say" [on the future of the humanities]. Common Knowledge, vol. 10, No.1. Duke University Press, Winter 2004, pp. 42-60.
"Russo-Soviet Topoi," The Landscape of Stalinism. The Art and Ideology of Soviet Space, ed. by Evgeny Dobrenko and Eric Naiman. Seattle and London:University of Washington Press, 2003, pp. 277-306.
"Chronocide: Prologue to the Resurrection of Time," Common Knowledge, vol. 9, No.2. Duke University Press, Spring 2003, pp. 186-198.
Glocalism. Neurosociety. Noocenosis. Postatheism. Proteism. Transculture. Chronocide,

in Globalistics. Encyclopedia. Parallel editions in Russian and English. Moscow: Dialog, Raduga, 2003, pp. 268, 687-88, 706-707, 811-12, 863-64, 1027-28, 1133.


Angelism as a Postmodern Religion. Experimental Theology. Public Text 0.2, ed. Robert Corbett with Rebecca Brown. Seattle: Seattle Research Institute, 2003, 86-92.
"On the Totalitarianism of Ideas" (trans. by Eve Adler). New England Review. Vol. 23, No. 2, Spring 2002.
"Main Trends of Contemporary Russian Thought," Paideia. Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Boston, Aug. 1999), vol. XII: Intercultural Philosophy. Stephen Dawson and Tomoko Iwasawa, Editors. Bowling Green, OH: Philosophy Documentation Center, 2001, 131-146.
"The Role of The Humanities in Global Culture: Questions and Hypotheses," Rhizomes: Cultural Studies in Emerging Knowledge (Bowling Green University, Ohio), No.2, 2001.

http://www.rhizomes.net/CurrentIssue/epstein/epstein.html


"Postmodernism, Communism, and Sots-Art," Endquote: Sots-art Literature and Soviet Grand Style, ed. by Marina Balina, Nancy Condee, and Evgeny Dobrenko. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University Press, 2000, 3-31.
"The Irony of Style: The Demonic Element in Gogol's Concept of Russia," Gogol: Exploring Absence. Negativity in 19th Century Russian Literature, ed. by Sven Spieker. Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers, 1999, 55-71.
"Cultural Theory after Multiculturalism: From Culturology to Transculture." Australian Slavonic and East European Studies. Journal of the Australian and New Zealand Slavists Association and of the Australian Association of Communist and Post-Communist Studies, Vol. 13, No. 2, 1999, 31-54.
"Judaic Spiritual Traditions in the Poetry of Pasternak and Mandel'shtam," trans. from Russian by Ruth Rischin, Symposium. A Quartely Journal in Modern Literatures. Special Issue on Judaic Literature. Identity, Displacement, and Destruction. Vol. 52, No. 4, Winter 1999, 205-231.
The Teachings of Iakov Abramov As Interpreted by His Disciples. Compiled, edited and commented by Mikhail Epstein. Transl. from Russian by Anesa Miller-Pogacar, in Symposion. A Journal of Russian Thought, Los Angeles: Charles Schlacks, Jr., Publisher, University of Southern California, vol. 3, 1999, 29-66.
"On hyperauthorship: Hypotheses on Potential Identities of Araki Yasusada," Sycamore Review (Purdue University), Vol. 10, No. 1 Winter/Spring 1998, 71-81.
"Daniil Andreev and the Mysticism of Femininity," The Occult in Russian and Soviet Culture, ed. by Bernice Glatzer Rosenthal. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press, 1997, 325-355.
"Fugitive Russian Sects: A Handbook for Beginners," transl. by Eve Adler, New

England Review (Middlebury Series, VT), vol.18, No.2, Spring 1997, 70-100.
"Hyper in 20th Century Culture: The Dialectics of Transition from Modernism to Postmodernism" (transl. from Russian by Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover, revised and extended by the author), Postmodern Culture. An Electronic Journal of Interdisciplinary Criticism. Published by North Carolina State University, Oxford University Press, and the University of Virginia's Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities. V.6 N.2. January 1996, 61 paragraphs. Reprinted in Left Curve (Oakland, CA), No.21, 1997, 5-16.
"Symposion and Russian Filosofia," in Symposion. A Journal of Russian Thought, Los Angeles: Charles Schlacks, Jr., Publisher, University of Southern California, vol. 1, 1996, 3-7.
"The Phoenix of Philosophy: On the Meaning and Significance of Contemporary Russian Thought," Symposion. A Journal of Russian Thought, vol. 1, 1996, 35-74. http://www.websher.net/phoenix.pdf
"Response: 'Post-' and Beyond," "Russian Critical Theory and Postmodernism: The Theoretical Writings of Mikhail Epstein" Forum, in Slavic and East European Journal, Fall 1995, Vol.39, No.3, 357-366.
"The Origins and Meaning of Russian Postmodernism," in Re-entering the Sign: Articulating New Russian Culture, ed. by Ellen Berry and Anesa Miller-Pogacar, University of Michigan Press, 1995, 25-47.
"A Catalog of the New Poetries," Re-entering the Signs, 208-211.
"Ivan Soloviev's Reflections on Eros," in Genders, 22, a special issue Postcommunism and the Body Politic, ed. by Ellen Berry, New York and London: New York University Press, 1995, 252-266.
The Vicissitudes of Soviet Marxism: 1950-1994 [book format] Washington, D.C. National Council for Soviet and East European Research, 1994, 43 pp.
The Russian Philosophy of National Spirit: Conservatism and Traditionalism [book format] Washington, D.C.: National Council for Soviet and East European Research, 1994, 25 pp.
The Significance of Russian Philosophy [book format], Washington, D.C.: National Council for Soviet and East European Research, 1994, 13 pp.
The Origins and the Meaning of Russian Postmodernism [book format], Washington, D.C.: National Council for Soviet and East European Research, 1993, 28 pp.
"Things and Words: Towards a Lyrical Museum, in Tekstura: Russian Essays on Visual Culture, ed. and transl. by Alla Efimova and Lev Manovich, with preface by Stephen Bann. Chicago and London:Chicago University Press, 1993, 152-172.
"After the Future: On the New Consciousness in Literature," in Late Soviet Culture: From Perestroika to Novostroika, ed. by Thomas Lahusen with Gene Kuperman (transl.). Durham and London: Duke University Press, 1993, 257-287; first publication in The South Atlantic Quarterly, Duke UP, Spring 1991, Vol. 90, No. 2, 409-444.
"Good-bye to Objects, or, the Nabokovian in Nabokov," in A Small Alpine Form: Studies in Nabokov’s Short Fiction, ed. by Gene Barabtarlo and Charles Nicol, New York: Garland Publishers (Garland Reference Library of the Humanities, Vol. 1580), 1993, 217-224.
"Symposium on Russian Postmodernism" (with Jerome McGann, Marjorie Perloff et al.), Postmodern Culture, University of North Carolina, January 1993, Vol.3, No.2.
Afterword, in Third Wave: The New Russian Poetry, ed. by Kent Johnson and Stephen M. Ashby, transl. by Anesa Miller-Pogacar. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1992, 271-286.
"Labor of Lust," Common Knowledge, Oxford University Press, 1992, Vol. 1, No. 3, 91-107 (partly transl. by Andrew Wachtel).
"Tom Wolfe and Social(ist) Realism," Common Knowledge, 1992, Vol.1, No. 2, 1992, 147-160.
"Apocalypse Now?" Frontier. Religion East & West (Keston Research), Oxford (UK) July-August 1991, 12-14.
OTHER PUBLICATIONS IN ENGLISH:
Towards the Techno-Humanities: A Manifesto. ArtMargins: Contemporary Central and East European Visual Culture. March 13, 2006. http://www.artmargins.com/
Knowledge and Energy. Der Enstein-Komplex. 99 Philosophen, Schriftsteller, Kunstler und Wissenschaftler uber ein Genie. Wunderhorn, 2005, 102-105.
Transculture: A Broad Way Between Globalism and Multiculturalism. The Green Cross. Optimist. 5/2/2005, 30-34.
A Translingual Meditation, in: Also, With My Throat, I Shall Swallow Ten Thousand Swords: Araki Yasusada's Letters in English, by Tosa Motokiyu, ed. by Kent Johnson and Javier Alvarez. Combo Books, 2005, 40-48.
Intellectual Improvisations and Improvisational Communities. Frakcija. Performing Arts Magazine. No.24/25, Autumn 2002, 63-71.
Commentary and Hypotheses, in Doubled Flowering: From the Notebooks of Araki Yasusada. Ed. and Trans. by Tosa Motokiyu, Oji Norinaga, and Okura Kyojin. New York: Roof Books, 1997, pp. 134-147.
"Letter to Tosa Motokiyu" [the problem of hyperauthorship], Denver Quartely, University of Denver, vol. 31, No. 4, Spring 1997, pp. 100-105.
"Some Speculations on the Mystery of Araki Yasusada," Witz (Studio City, California), Vol. 5, No. 2, Summer 1997, 4-13.
"Postmodernism and Communism" [parallel texts in Russian and English]. Slovo/Word, No. 19, New York, 1996, 32-63.
"After the Carnival" [on the writer Venedikt Erofeev, parallel texts in Russian and English], in The End of the 20th Century, a special issue of Slovo/Word, No. 16, New York, 1995, 50-81.
"Materialism, Sophiology, and the Soul of Russia: Daniel Andreev and Russian Feminine Mysticism." Urania (Moscow), No.4, 1993, pp. 19-22; No.5, 1994, 21-25.
"Kabakov," in Place Displacement Travel Exile, a special issue of Five Fingers Review, San-Francisco, No.12, 1993, 127-134.
"A Philosophical Renaissance in Contemporary Russia," The Eurasian Report. Washington: The Center for American-Eurasian Studies and Relations. 1992, Vol. 2, No. 2, 15-18.
"Avant-Garde Art and Religious Consciousness," in Vanishing Points: Spirituality and the Avant-Garde, a special issue of Five Fingers Review. San Francisco, 1991, No. 10, 165-180.
"'Like a Corpse I Lay In the Desert. . .'" (On New Moscow Poetry), Mapping Codes: A Collection of New Writing from Moscow to San Francisco, a special issue of Five Fingers Review, San Francisco, 1990, No. 8/9, 162-167.
"Bearers of Mass Consciousness," in Novostroika, London: The Institute of Contemporary Arts Documents, 8. 1989, 21-22.
"Exposing the Quagmire" (Conceptualism in Russian Poetry), Times Literary Supplement, London, 1989, April 7-13.
INTERVIEWS, DIALOGUES:
Swedish Dialogue on Poetry, in Ilya Kutik. Hieroglyphs of Another World: On Poetry, Swedenborg and Other Matters, ed. by Andrew Wachtel. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2000, 36-45.
Quo vadis, Philosophie? Antworten der Philosophen. Dokumentation einer Weltumfrage (Where Philosophy is Moving? Philosophers' Answers to Global Questions). Hrsg. by Raul Fornet-Betancourt. Concordia. Internationale Zetschrift für Philosophie. Aachen: Mainz, 1999, 94-98.
From Internet to InteLnet: Electronic Media and Intellectual Creativity. An Interview with Mikhail Epshtein, by Evgeny Shklovsky. ARTMARGINS: Contemporary Central and East European Visual Culture. August 1999,

http://www.gss.ucsb.edu/artmargins/


Ellen E.Berry, Kent Johnson, Anesa Miller-Pogacar, "Postcommunist Postmodernism --- An Interview with Mikhail Epstein," Common Knowledge, Oxford University Press, 1993, Vol. 2, No.3, 103-118.
Sally Laird, "Life after Utopia: New Poets in Moscow," an interview with M.Epstein, Index on Censorship, London, January 1988, 12-14.

IN RUSSIAN
ARTICLES IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS:
Russian Language: A Projective Approach. Russian Literature (Amsterdam: Elsevier). 2011, vol. 69, 2-4, pp. 393-421.
O proektivnom podkhode k iazyku: neoloiia vremeni (On the projective approach to language: neology of time). Filosofskie nauki (Philosophical Sciences), Moscow, 2010, No.12, 94–111.

Teologia pervogo litsa: personalisticheskii argument bytiia Boga (The theology of the first person: the personalist argument for the existence of God). Filosofskie nauki, 2010, No.6, 80-91.


Klub esseistov i kollektivnaia improvizaciia: tvorchestvo cherez obshchenie (Iz intellektual'noi istorii 1980-kh). (The Club of Esseists and Collective Improvisation: Creativity-Through-Communication). Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie (Moscow), 104, 2010, 223 – 235.
Tekhnika – religiia – gumanistika. Dva razmyshleniia o dukhovnom smysle nauchno-tekhnicheskogo progressa. (Technology – religion – the humanities: Two reflections on the spiritual meaning of the scientific and technological progress). Voprosy filosofii (Questions of Philosophy), Moscow, 2009, No. 12, pp. 19-29.
Lichnyi kod: individy i universalii v gumanitarnykh naukakh. (Personal code: individuals and universals in the humanities). Filosofskie nauki, 2009, No.10, 10-29.
Filosofiia iazykovogo sinteza. O proektivnom myshlenii (A Philosophy of Language Synthesis: On Projective Thinking). Filosofskie nauki, 2009, 9, 135 – 146.
Proektivnyi filosofskii slovar'. Slovarnye stat'i: Sofiinye distsipliny, Tekhnisophiia, Mikronika, Kvantovaia metafizika. Filosofskie nauki (Philosophical Sciences), Moscow, 2009, 10, 103 – 112.
Poet zhizni. Pamiati Alekseia Parshchikova (A poet of the tree of life: To the memory of Alexei Parshchikov). Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie. 98, 2009, 246 – 254.
Tvorcheskoe ischeznovenie cheloveka. Vvedenie v gumanologiiu (The Creative Disappearance of Humans. An Introduction into Humanology). Filosofskie nauki (Philosophical Sciences), Moscow, 2009, 2, 91 – 105.
Konstruktivnyi potentsial gumanitarnykh nauk: mogut li oni izmeniat' to, chto izuchaiut? (The Constructive Potential of the Humanities: Can They Change What They Study?). Filosofskie nauki (Filosofical Sciences), 12, 2008, pp. 34 – 55.
"Navstrechu nоvomu slovarnomu prazdniku: 22 noyabrya - den' slovarei i entsiklopedii" (Тowards the Day of Celebration of Dictionaries and Encyclopeadia, November 22). Mir russkogo slova (The World of Russian Word), S.-Petersburg, 2008, 8, pp.105-106.
Homo Scriptor: vvedenie v skriptoriku kak antropologiiu i personologiiu pis'ma. (Homo Scriptor: an Introduction to Scriptorics as the Anthropology and Personology of Writing). Filosofskie nauki (Philosophical sciences), 2008, 8, 124-145.

Zhizn’ kak tezaurus (Life as Thesaurus). Moskovskii psikhoterapevticheskii zhurnal, 2007, 4, 47-56.


Eros tsivilizatsii: Ironiia zhelaniia i konets istorii (Eros of Civilization: The Irony of Desire and the End of History). Voprosy filosofii, 10, 2006, pp. 55-68.
Anafraza: iazykovoj fenomen i literaturnyi priem (Anaphrase: a Linguistic Phenomenon and a Literary Technique). Voprosy literatury, September-October 2006, 227-247.
Iazyk bytiia u Andreia Platonova (The Language of Being in Andrei Platonov). Voprosy literatury. March-April 2006, 146-164.
Malen'kii chelovek v futliare: sindrom Bashmachkina-Belikova. (A Little Man in a Shell: The Syndrome of Bashmachkin-Belikov) Voprosy literatury. No.6, 2005, 193-203.
"Telo na perekrestke vremen. K filosofii osiazaniia" (Body at the Crossroads of Epochs: Towards the Philosophy of Touch). Voprosy filosofii (Moscow), 2005, No. 8, 66-81.
Predlog "v" kak filosofema (The Preposition "In" as a Philosopheme). Voprosy filosofii, 2003, 6, 86-95.
"Postupok i proisshestvie. K teorii sud'by" (The Act and the Accident: Toward the Theory of Fate). Voprosy filosofii (Moscow), 2000, No. 9, 65-77.
"Figura povtora. Filosof Nikolai Fyodorov i ego literatrurnye prototipy" (The Figure of Repetition. The Philosopher Nikolai Fyodorov and His Literary Prototypes). Voprosy literatury, 2000, No. 6, 114-124.
"K filosofii vozmozhnogo. Vvedenie v postkriticheskuiu epokhu" (Toward the Philosophy of the Possible: An Introduction to the Post-Critical Epoch). Voprosy filosofii (Moscow), 1999, No. 6, 59-72.
"Kriticheskaia universal'nost', ili Filosofiia posle Kongressa (Critical Universality, or Philosophy after the Congress). Vestnik Rossiiskogo filosofskogo obshchestva. Rossiiskaia akademiia nauk (Moscow), 1998, No. 3 (7), 57-64.
"'Pir' Platona i russkaia filosofiia" (Plato's "Banquet" and Russian Philosophy). Voprosy filosofii, 1998, No. 2, 178-180.
"Samoochishchenie. Gipoteza o proiskhozhdenii kul'tury" (Self-Cleaning. A Hypothesis on the Origins of Culture). Voprosy filosofii, 1997, No. 5, 72-79.
"Ironiia stilia: Demonicheskoe v obraze Rossii u Gogolia" (The Irony of Style: The Demonic in Gogol's Image of Russia). Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie (Moscow), No. 19 (1996), 129-147.
"Ot modernizma k postmodernizmu. Dialektika "giper" v kul'ture XX veka" (From Modernism to Postmodernism. The Dialectics of "Hyper" in 20th Century Culture), Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie (Moscow), No. 16 (1995), 32-46.
"Ideologiia i iazyk: postroenie modeli i osmyslenie diskursa" (Ideology and Language: the Construction of a Model and the Interpretation of a Discourse), Voprosy iazykoznaniia (Moscow), 1991, No.6, 19-33.
"Staroobriadcheskii dnevnik" (Old-Believers' Journal), Simvol, No. 21. Paris, La Bibliotheque Slave de Paris, July 1989, 99-156.
"Zakony svobodnogo zhanra. Esseistika i esseizm v kul'ture Novogo vremeni" (The Laws of a Free Genre: Essays and Essayism in the Culture of Modernity), Voprosy literatury (Moscow), No. 7, 1987, 120-152.
"Teoriia iskusstva i iskusstvo teorii" (The Theory of Art and the Art of Theory), Voprosy literatury, l987, No. l2, l8-34.

"Pokolenie, nashedshee sebia. O novoi poezii vos'midesiatykh godov" (A Generation That Found Itself: The New Poetry of the l980s), Voprosy literatury, l986, No. 5, 40-72.


"Realogiia - nauka o veshchakh" (Realogy: The Study of Things). Dekorativnoe iskusstvo (Moscow), 1985, No.6, 21-22,44.
"O znachenii detali v strukture obraza. Perepischiki u Gogolia i Dostoevskogo" (On the Meaning of Detail in the Structure of Image: Scribes in Gogol and Dostoevsky), Voprosy literatury, 1984, No. 12, 134-145.
"Igra v zhizni i v iskusstve" (The Principle of Play in Life and Art), Sovremennaia dramaturgiia, Moscow, 1982, No. 2, 244-254.
"Poetika zimy" (The Poetics of Winter), Voprosy literatury, 1979, No. 11, 171-204 (with Helen Iukina-Epstein).
O stilevykh nachalakh realizma. Poetika Stendalia i Bal'zaka (On the Stylistic Principles of Realism: The Poetics of Balzac and Stendhal). Voprosy literatury, 1977, No.8, 106-134.
"V poiskakh estestvennogo cheloveka" (In Search of a Natural Human Being), Voprosy literatury, 1976, No. 8, 111-145.
"Kritika v konflikte s tvorchestvom" (Criticism in Conflict with Creativity), Voprosy literatury, l975, No. 2, l3l-l68 (transl. into German, Kunst und Literatur, Berlin, 1975, No. 10).
"Mezhdu simvolom i real’nost’iu" ("Between the Symbol and Reality," review), Voprosy Literatury, 1973, No. 6, 243-253.
CHAPTERS IN ACADEMIC EDITIONS:
Roza Mira i Tsarstvo Antikhrista: o paradoksakh russkoi eskhatologii (The Rose of the World and the Kingdom of the Antichrist: On the Paradoxes of Russian Eschatology), in Daniil Andreev: Pro et Contra. Lichnost' i tvorchestvo D.L. Andreeva v otsenke publitsistov i issledovatelei. S.-Petersburg: Russkaia khristianskaia gumanitarnaia akademiia, 2010, S. 419 – 474.
Lirika sorvannogo soznaniia: narodnoe liubomudrie u D. A. Prigov. (The lyrics of stripped consciousness: the folk philosophy in D. A. Prigov), in Nekanonicheskii klassik: Dmitrii Aleksandrovich Prigov (Non-canonical Clasic: D.A. Prigov). Ed. E. Dobrenko, M. Lipovetskii, I. Kukulin, M.Maiofis. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2010, 252 – 263.
D. A. Prigov – M. N. Epstein. Popytka byt' neidentifitsiruemym (An Attempt to be Unidentified. Conversation), ibid., 52 – 72.
Grammaticheskoe tvorchestvo v rechi i iazyke: ot anomalii k norme (Grammatical creativity in speech and in language: from anomaly to norm), in Iazyk kak mediator mezhdu znaniem i islusstvom. Problemy mezhdistsiplinarnykh issledovanii khudozhestvennofo teksta.(Language as a mediator between kniwledge and art). Ed. N. Fateeva. Moscow: Аzbukovnik, 2009, 31 – 38.
Kollektivnaia improvizatsiia: tvorchestvo cherez obshchenie (Collective Improvisation: Creativity Via Communication). Tvorchestvo vne traditsionnyx klassifikatsii gumanitarnykh nauk (Creativity Outside the Traditional Classifications of the Humanities). Ed. Yu. S. Stepanov, V. V. Feshchenko. Moscow – Kaluga, 2008, 283-297.

Zhenskii eros v prostranstve iazyka. Suffiks "-iom-" i ego proizvodnye. ("Female eros in the space of language: the suffix "-iom-" and its derivatives), in: Diskursy telesnosti i erotizma v literature i kul'ture: Epokha modernizma. (Discourses of Corporeality and Eroticism in Literature and Culture: The Epoch of Modernity). Red. Ioffe Denis. Moscow: Ladomir, 2008, 497 - 517.


Umnozhenie sushchnostei (Proliferation of Essences), in: Kto segodnia delaet filosofiiu v Rossii (Who is Doing Today Philosophy in Russia), ed. A. S. Nilogov. Moscow: Pokolenie, 2007, 346-359.
Lichnyi kod: Opyt samoopisaniia (A Personal Code: An Experiment in Self-Description), Ibidem, 560-575.
Est' li budushchee u prichastii budushchego vremeni? (Do the participles of the future have any future?), in: Lingvistika i poetika v nachale tret'ego tysiacheletiia: Materialy mezhdunarodnoi nauchnoi konferentsii (Linguistics and Poetics in the Early Third Millenium) (Institut russkogo iazyka im. V.V. Vinogradova RAN. Moskva, 24-28 maia 2007 g.). Redaktor Fateeva N.A. Moscow: nstitut russkogo iazyka RAN, 2007.
O prichastiakh budushchego vremeni (On the Participles of the Future). Mir ruskogo slova i russkoe slovo v mire. MAPRIAL. International Association of the Teachers of Russian Language and Literature. XI Congress. Ed. Gradinarova A. A. Sofia, Heron Press, 2007, vol. 1, pp. 267 – 272.
Transkul'tura i transtsendentsia: lichnost' i veshch kak stranniki v inoe. (Transculture and Transcendence: Personality and Thing as Wanderers into the Other), in Tolko unikal'noe global'no. (Only the Unique is Global: Personality and Management. Culture and Education). S-Petersburg, SPb gos. universitet kul'tury i iskusstv, 2007, 90-102.
Tipy novykh slov: futurologizm, odnoslovie, protologizm (The types of new words: futurologism, univerbalism, protologism), in Russkaia akademicheskaia neografiia (k 40-letiu nauchnogo napravleniia). (Russian academic neography. Toward the 40 year anniversary of the scholarly direction). Materials of international conference. Ed. T. G. Butseva, O. M. Kareva. S.-Petersburg, 2006, 180-184.
Kogda by ia soshel s uma... Metody bezumiia i bezumie kak method (If I had gone mad... Methods of Madness and Madness as a Method), in The Imprints of Terror: The Rhetoric of Violence and the Violence of Rhetoric in Modern Russian Culture. In memoriam Marina Kanevskaya. Ed. Sven Spieker, Mark Lipovetsky, Anna Brodsky. Wiener Slawiistischer Almanach. Sonderband 64. Wien-Munchen, 2006, 129-148.
Lichnyi kod: Opyt samoopisaniia (A Personal Code: An Experiment in Self-Description), in Gumanitarnaia nauka segodnia (The Humanities Today. Conference Materials), ed. Yu. S. Stepanov. Moscow – Kaluga, Eidos, 2006, 238 – 257.
Mysli v chislakh: America i Rossiia v zerkalakh interneta (Thoughts in Numbers: America and Russia in the Mirrors of the Internet). The Philosophical Age. Almanac 32. Benjamin Franklin and Russia. To the Tercentary of his birth. 2. Ed. Tatiana Artemieva, Mikhail Mikeshin. St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg Center for History of Ideas, 2006, pp. 71-84; Zvezda, No. 10, 2006, 204-213.
Proektivnyi slovar' russkogo iazyka: Neologia vremeni. (The Projective Dictionary of Russian Language: Neologisms of Time). Semiotika i avangard: Antologiia (Semiotics and Avant-Garde: Anthology), chief ed. Yu. S. Stepanov. Moscow: Akademicheskii Proekt, 2006, pp. 1031-1076.
Improvizatsionnoe soobshchestvo: kak sovmeshchaiutsia tsennosti tvorhestva i obshchenia (Improvisational Community: How the Values of Creativity and Communication are Combined). Tsennosti, Kanony, Tseny (Values. Canons. Prices). Moscow: Moscow University Press, 2005, 30-48.
Zhutkoe i strannoe: O teoreticheskoi vstreche Z. Freuda i V. Shklovskogo (The Uncanny and the Strange: The Theoretical Enbcounter of Sigmund Freud and Viktor Shklovsky). Sub Rosa. In honorem Lenae Szilard. Budapest, 2005, 139-146.
Prevrashcheniia cheloveka; leksicheskie i kontseptual'nye vozmozhnosti kornia "chel" (Transformations of the Human: Lexical and Conceptual Possibilities of the Root "Chel" (human)." Chelovek.ru. Gumanitarnyi al'manakh (Human.ru. An Almanakh for the Humanities) #1 (2005), Novosibirsk, pp. 233-248
Analiz i sintez v slovotvorchestve: Opyty logopoeii. (Analysis and Synthesis in Word Creation. Experiments in Logopoeia), in Poetika iskanii, ili Poisk poetiki (The Poetics of Quest, or the Quest for Poetics. Novye iazyki poezii (New Languages of Poetry). Moscow, Institut russkogo iazyka, 2004, 100-123.
Kul'tura kak predmet tvorchestva (Culture as the Object of Creativity), in Tvorenie – Tvorchestvo – Reproduktsiia. (Creation – Creativity – Reproductions: Philosophical and Religios Experience. Eidos. International Readings on Theory, History and Philosophy of Culture, No.15, 2003, 74-90.
"Figura povtora. Filosof Nikolai Fyodorov i ego literatrurnye prototipy" (The Figure of Repetition. The Philosopher Nikolai Fyodorov and His Literary Prototypes).

In Other Words. Studies to Honor Vadim Liapunov, ed. by Stephen Blackwell, Michael Fink, Nina Perlina, and Yekaterina Vernikov. Indiana Slavic Studies, vol. 11 (2000), Indiana University, 2002, pp. 279-289.
Gumanologiia. Ochertaniia novoi distsipliny (Gumanology: An Outline of a New Discipline). Filosofskii vek. Al'manakh 21. Nauki o cheloveke v sovremennom mire. St.-Petersburg: Center for the History of Ideas, 2002, 145-150.
Tezisy o metarealizme i kontseptualizme; Chto takoe metarealizm; Zerkalo-shchit: O kontseptualínoi poezii (Theses on Metarealism and Conceptualism; What is Metarealism; Mirror-Shield: On Conceptual Poetry), in: Literaturnye manifesty ot simvolizma do nashikh dnei (Literary Manifestos from Symbolism Through Our Days), ed. S. B. Dzhembinov, Moscow: XXI vek - Soglasie, 2000, 514-534.
Ot Interneta k InteLnetu (From Internet to InteLnet), in Rosiiskii internet: Nakanune bol'shikh peremen (Russian Internet: On the Eve of Large Changes). Moscow: IREX, 2000, 196-204.
Istoriia i parodiia. O Yurii Tynianove (History and Parody: On Yury Tynianov). L-kritika (L-criticism). The Yearbook of the Academy of Contemporary Russian Literature. Moscow: ARSS, 2000, 243-251.
"Vesel'e mysli, ili Kul'tura kak ritual" (The Merriment of Thought, or Culture as Ritual), introduction to Alexander Genis. Ivan Petrovich umer. Stat'i i rassledovaniia (Ivan Petrovich is Dead: Articles and Investigations). Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 1999, 8-20.
"Giper" v kul'ture 20-go veka: dialektika perexoda ot modernizma k postmodernizmu, in Modernizm i postmodernizm v russkoj literature i kul'ture (Modernism and Postmodernism in Russian Literature and Culture). Slavica Helsingiensia 16. Studia Russica Helsingiensia et Tartuensia V. Helsinki: Helsinki University Press, 1996, 27-47
"Uchenie Iakova Abramova v izlozhenii ego uchenikov" (The Teachings of Yakov Abramov in the Interpretation of His Disciples), in LOGOS. Leningradskie mezhdunarodnye chteniia po filosofii kul’tury (Leningrad International Readings on Philosophy of Culture), Leningrad University Press, 1991, 211-254.
"Chto takoe metabola? O tret'em trope" (What is Metabole? On the Third Trope), in Stilistika i poetika: Tezisy vsesoiuznoi nauchnoi konferentsii (Stylistics and Poetics), vypusk 2. Moscow: Institut russkogo iazyka AN SSSR, 1989, 75-80.
"Sposoby vozdeistviia ideologicheskogo vyskazyvaniia" (The Modes of Effectivity of Ideological Discourse), in Obraz cheloveka dvadtsatogo veka. Moscow: Akademiia nauk SSSR, Institut nauchnoi informatsii po obshchestvennym naukam, l988, l67-2l6.
"Operativnost’ pechati - sredstvo intensifikatsii i integratsii nauchnogo myshleniia" ("The Mobility of Press as a Way to Intensification and Integration of Scientific Thinking"). Uskorenie i perestroika v sisteme nauchno-tekhnicheskoi informatsii SSSR. Moscow: Nauka, 1988, 52-58.
"Faust na beregu moria. Tipologicheskii analiz parallel'nykh motivov u Gete i Pushkina" (Faust at the Seashore: A Typological Analysis of Parallel Motives in Goethe and Pushkin), in Getevskie chteniia (Goethean Proceedings), 1984, Moscow: Nauka, 1986, 184-202; first publication in Voprosy Literatury, 1981, No. 6, 89-110 (transl. into German, Kunst und Literatur, Berlin, 1982, No. 2).
"Mir zhivotnykh i samosoznanie cheloveka: obrazy russkoi poezii XIX-XX vekov" (The World of Animals and Human Self-Consciousness: Images in Russian Poetry of the 19th and 20th Centuries), in Tvorcheskii protsess v iskusstve. Voprosy kompleksnogo izucheniia. Chelovek - priroda - iskusstvo. Leningrad: Nauka, 1986, 126-145.
"Tema i variatsiia. K probleme poeticheskoi traditsii: Pushkin i Mandel'shtam" (A Theme and a Variation. On the Problem of Poetic Tradition: Pushkin and Mandel'shtam), in Tselostnoct' literaturnogo proizvedeniia kak problema istoricheskoi poetiki. Sbornik nauchnykh trudov. Kemerovskii gosudartstvennyi universitet, 1986, 8-22.
"Literaturnoe proizvedenie i ego kriticheskoe istolkovanie" (A Literary Work and Its Critical Interpretation), in Aktual'nye problemy metodologii literaturnoi kritiki. Printsipy i kriterii. Moscow: Nauka, l980, 302-320.
"Analitizm i polifonizm vo frantsuzskoi proze. Stili Stendalia i Bal'zaka" (Analytic and Polyphonic Principles in French Prose: The Styles of Stendhal and Balzac), in Teoriia literaturnykh stilei. Tipologiia stilevogo razvitiia XIX veka (The Theory of Literary Styles. The Typology of Stylistic Development of the 19th Century), Moscow: Nauka, 1977, 230-277 (transl. into German, Kunst und Literatur, Berlin, 1978, No. 7).
"Dialektika znaka i obraza v poeticheskikh proizvedeniiakh Aleksandra Bloka" (The Dialectics of Sign and Image in Alexander Blok's Poetic Works), in Semiotika i iskusstvo (Semiotics and Art), Moscow: Nauka, l977, 338-357.




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