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Russian and Soviet Cinema: Bibliography

4. Russo-Soviet Cinema

4.9. Russo-Soviet Television and Video, Comics and Internet
  • Alaniz, Jose. “Moscow Conceptualism and the ArtKomiks of Gosha Ostretsov.” KinoKultura 11 (January 2006).
  • Baudin, Rodolphe. “Le phénomène de la série en contexte soviétique et post-soviétique, l’exemple de Semnadcat’ mgnovenij sesny.” Cahiers du monde russe 42.1 (2001): 49-70.
  • Beumers, Birgit. “The Serialization of the War.” KinoKultura 12 (April 2006).
  • Bonnell, Victoria E. and Gregory Freidin. “Televorot: The Role of Television Coverage in Russia’s August 1991 Coup.” Soviet Hieroglyphics: Visual Culture in Late Twentieth-century Russia. Ed. Nancy Condee. London/Bloomington: BFI/Indiana UP, 1995. 22-51
  • Katsev, Il’ia. Istoriia Rossiiskogo televideniia, 1907-2000: Kurs lektsii. Moskva: RGGU, 2004.
  • Klioutchkine, Konstantine. “‘Fedor Mikhailovich Lucked Out with Vladimir Vladimirovich’: The Idiot Television Series in the Context of Putin’s Culture.” KinoKultura 9 (July 2005).
  • Klioutchkine, Konstantine. “The Kamenskaia Televison Series and the Conventions of Russian Television.” KinoKultura 15 (January 2007).
  • MacFadyen, David. “Changing Notions of Realism in Primetime Russian TV Drama.” KinoKultura 16 (April 2007).
  • —. “Literature Has Left the Building: Russian Romance and Today’s TV Drama.” KinoKultura 8 (April 2005).
  • —. Russian Television Today: Primetime Drama and Comedy. Routledge Contemporary Russia and East Europe Series. London: Routledge, 2007.
  • —. “The Significance of Brezhnev for Russian TV Drama Today.” KinoKultura 12 (April 2006).
  • Nepomnyashchy, Catharine Theimer. “‘Imperially, my dear Watson’: Sherlock Holmes and the decline of the Soviet empire.” Russian and Soviet Film Adaptations of Literature, 1900-2001: Screening the word. London: RoutledgeCurzon, 2005. 164-177.
  • —. “Televizing Aleksandra Marinina: The Representation of Crime in Post-Soviet Russia.” Die Welt der Slaven 48 (2003): 313-320.
  • Prokhorov, Alexander. “Size Matters: The Ideological Functions of the Length of Soviet Feature Films and Television Mini-Series in the 1950s and 1960s.” KinoKultura 12 (April 2006).
  • Prokhorova, Elena. “Can the Meeting Place be Changed? Crime and Identity Discourse in Russian Television Series of the 1990s.” Slavic Review 62.3 (Fall 2003): 512-524.
  • —. “Challenging Nostalgic Imagination: The Case of Dmitry Astrakhan.” Slavic and East European Journal 48.3 (Fall 2004): 421-437.
  • Rogatchevski, Andrei. “May the [Police] Force Be with You: The Television Adaptations of Alexandra Marinina’s Detective Novels (With Special Reference to The Coincidence of Circumstances).” Russian Literature on the Silver Screen (II). Russian Studies in Literature 40.3 (Summer 2004): 79-94.
  • Strukov, Vladimir. “Masiania, or Reimagining the Self in the Cyberspace of Rusnet.” Slavic and East European Journal48.3 (Fall 2004): 438-461.