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From Medieval Russian Culture to Modernism

Studies in Honor of Ronald Vroon

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Lazar Fleishman, Alexander Ospovat and Fedor B. Poljakov

This volume dedicated to Ronald Vroon, Professor of The University of California, Los Angeles, a distinguished scholar of Russian literature, covers a wide range of topics reflecting his broad research interests (various periods in the history of Russian literature in its relationships with visual art, political life, and church). It brings together leading international specialists in the field – Nikolay Bogomolov (Moscow), Aleksandr Dolinin (Madison/WI), Lazar Fleishman (Stanford), Stefano Garzonio (Pisa), Viach. Vs. Ivanov (Moscow-Los Angeles), Marcus Levitt (Los Angeles), Aleksandr Ospovat (Moscow), Fedor Poljakov (Vienna), Roman Timenchik (Jerusalem), Willem Weststeijn (Amsterdam), Viktor Zhivov (Moscow-Berkeley), Aleksandr Zholkovsky (Los Angeles) and others. The book contains 19 contributions in Russian language, and 2 in English.
Contents: Contributions by Nikolay Bogomolov (Moscow) – Aleksandr Dolinin (Madison/WI) – Lazar Fleishman (Stanford) – Stefano Garzonio (Pisa) – Viach. Vs. Ivanov (Moscow-Los Angeles) – Marcus Levitt (Los Angeles) – Aleksandr Ospovat (Moscow) – Fedor Poljakov (Vienna) – Roman Timenchik (Jerusalem) – Willem Weststeijn (Amsterdam) – Viktor Zhivov (Moscow-Berkeley) – Aleksandr Zholkovsky (Los Angeles).