Andrew M. Drozd

Publications

Book

Chernyshevskii’s What Is To Be Done?: A Reevaluation (Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press, 2001).

Journal Articles 

"The Valachian Dialect of Czech: Problems and a Description," Kosmas: Czechoslovak and East European Journal, 25 (Fall 2011), 53-101.

“Aleskandr Pypin and the Czech Awakeners, Kosmas: Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 21, No. 1 (2007), 21-44.

Černyševskij and Puškin,” Russian Literature 62, No. 3 (2007), 271-92. 

What Is To Be Done? and Chernyshevskii’s Response to Dostoevskii’s Uncle’s Dream,South Atlantic Review 67, No. 2 (Spring 2002), 1-24.

Vladimir: What’s in a Name?,” Germano-Slavica XII (2000-2001), 5-28. 

“Büchner and Chernyshevskii: A Contrast of Ideas,” Germano-Slavica IX, Nos. 1-2 (1995-1996), 79-102.

“Panmongolism as a Symbolist Mytho-poetic Concept,” Graduate Essays on Slavic Languages & Literatures 6 (1993), 28-40. 

“Polyphony in Kundera’s The Joke,” Czechoslovak and Central European Journal 11, No. 2 (Winter 1993), 81-90.

“The Structure of Tolstoj’s Xadži-Murat,” Russian Language Journal XLVI, Nos. 153-155 (1992), 119-124.

 

Encyclopedia Articles

"Chernyshevsky, Nikolai,” in Encyclopedia of Literature and Politics, ed. by M. Keith Booker (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005), Vol. 1, 151-52.

“Nikolai Gavrilovich Chernyshevsky,” in The Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 238:  Russian Novelists in the Age of Tolstoy and Dostoevsky, edited by J. Alexander Ogden and Judith E. Kalb (Detroit: Gale Group, 2001), 13-32.

 “What Is To Be Done?,” in Encyclopedia of the Novel, edited by Paul Schellinger (Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, 1998), Vol. 2, 1427-28.

Conference Proceedings

"Aleksandr Pypin and the Czech Awakeners," in Czech and Slovak Culture in International and Global Context, edited by Miloslav Rechcigl, Jr., Vladimír Papoušek, Michal Bauer and Vlastimila Ptáčníková (České Budějovice: University of South Bohemia, 2008), 274-80.


Other Articles

The Pedagogical Uses of Czech Popular Music,Czech Language News 25 (Spring 2006), 2-4.

“AATSEEL WWW Site: Fonts and Keyboards,” AATSEEL Newsletter 40, Nos. 5-6, (November-December 1997), 16-17.


Reviews

"Magerovskii, E. L., Gosudarstvennyi terror v Sovetskom Soiuze, 1917-1984: Sbornik dokumentov (forthcoming Slavic and East European Journal).

Jonathan Bolton, Worlds of Dissent: Charter 77, The Plastic People of the Universe, and Czech Culture under Communism,”  Slavic and East European Journal 57 (2014), 675-76.

"Jiřina van Leeuwen-Turnovcová and Jana Stráníková, Schreiben im Alltag des 19. Jahrhunderts. Vol. 2: Tschechisch-deutsche Synthesen – Partnerbeziehungen der Wiedergeburtszeit,“ Canadian Slavonic Papers 55, Nos. 1-2 (March-June 2013), 295-97.

Libuša Vajdová, and Róbert Gáfrik, eds., ‘New Imagined Communities’: Identity Making in Eastern and South-Eastern Europe,” Slavic and East European Journal 57 (Summer 2013), 323-24.

“Bažant, Jan, Nina Bažantová, and Frances Starn, eds., The Czech Reader,” Slavic and East European Journal 57 (Spring 2013), 132-34.

"Evgeny Dobrenko and Marina Balina, The Cambridge Companion to Twentieth-Century Russian Literature," Slavic and East European Journal 56 (Fall 2012), 460-61.

"Simon Dixon, ed., Personality and Place in Russian Culture: Essays in Memory of Lindsey Hughes," Slavic and East European Journal 56 (Spring 2012), 136-37.

"Zdeněk V. David, Realism, Tolerance, and Liberalism in the Czech National Awakening: Legacies of the Bohemian Reformation," Slavic and East European Journal 55 (Winter 2011), 689-90.

"Ján Kollár, Reciprocity between the Various Tribes and Dialects of the Slavic Nation," Slavic and East European Journal 55 (Winter 2011), 690-91.

Matthew P. Romaniello and Tricia  Starks, eds., Tobacco in Russian History and Culture: From the Seventeenth Century to the Present, Slavic and East European Journal 55 No. 3 (Fall 2011), 504-05.

Vejas Gabriel Liulevicius, The German Myth of the East: 1800 to the Present, Slavic and East European Journal 54, No. 2 (Summer 2011), 326-27.

“Rick Fawn and Jiří Hochman, Historical Dictionary of the Czech State,” Slavic and East European Journal 54, No. 4 (Winter 2010), 735-36.

“Steven Lovell, The Soviet Union: A Very Short Introduction,” Slavic and East European Journal 54, No. 3 (Fall 2010), 564-65.

“Lindsey Hughes, The Romanovs: Ruling Russia 1613-1917,” Slavic and East European Journal 54, No. 3 (Fall 2010), 565-67.

Rita Krueger, Czech, German, and Noble: Status and National Identity in Hapsburg Bohemia, Slavic and East European Journal 53, No. 4 (Winter 2009), 709-10.

“Dan Ungurianu, Plotting History: The Russian Historical Novel in the Imperial Age,” Slavic and East European Journal 53, No. 1 (Spring 2009), 108-09.

“Reginald E. Zelnik, Perils of Pankratova: Some Stories from the Annals of Soviet Historiography,” Slavic and East European Journal 52, No. 4 (Winter 2008), 648-49.

"Robert Mann, The Igor Tales and Their Folkloric Background," Slavic and East European Journal 52, No. 3 (Fall 2008), 487-89.

“Neil Bermel, Linguistic Authority, Language Ideology and Metaphor: The Czech Orthography Wars,” Slavic and East European Journal 52, No. 3 (Fall 2008), 489-90.

“Serhii Plokhy, The Origins of the Slavic Nations: Premodern Identities in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus,” Slavic and East European Journal 52, No. 2 (Summer 2008), 326-27.

“Trencsényi, Balázs, and Michal Kopeček, Discourses of Collective Identity in Central and Southeast Europe (1770-1945): Volume One: Late Enlightenment Emergence of the Modern ‘National Idea’,” Slavic and East European Journal 51, No. 1 (Spring 2008), 164-65.

“Michael David-Fox, Peter Holquist, and Alexander M. Martin, eds., Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History: Subjecthood and Citizenship, Part 1, Intellectual Biographies and Late Imperial Russia. Vol. 7, no. 2. (Spring 2006),” Slavic and East European Journal 51, No. 4 (Winter 2007), 824-825.

Kevin M. F. Platt and David Brandenberger, eds., Epic Revisionism: Russian History and Literature as Stalinist Propaganda,” Slavic and East European Journal 51, No. 3 (Fall 2007), 609-10.

“Florin Curta, ed., East Central and Eastern Europe in the Early Middle Ages,Slavic and East European Journal 51, No. 2 (Summer 2007), 430-32.

“Nicholas V. Riasanovsky, Russian Identities: A Historical Survey,” Slavic and East European Journal 51, No. 1 (Spring 2007), 192-93.

“Rajendra A. Chitnis, Literature in Post-Communist Russia and Eastern Europe: The Russian, Czech and Slovak Fiction of the Changes, 1988-1998,Slavic Review 65, No.1 (Spring 2006), 160-61.

Emil Volek, Znak—Hodnota—Funkce,” Slavic and East European Journal 49, No. 4 (Winter 2005), 686-88.

“Mikuláš Teich, ed., Bohemia in History,” Slavic and East European Journal 45, No. 2 (2001), 382-84.

“Elga Čechová, Helena Trabelsiová and Harry Putz, Chcete Ještě Lépe Mluvit Česky?,Slavic and East European Journal 42, No. 4 (Winter 1998), 796-97.

“Virtuoso,” Slavic and East European Journal 42, No. 3 (Fall 1998), 596-97.

“Elga Čechová, Helena Trabelsiová and Harry Putz, Do You Want to Speak Czech?/Chcete Mluvit Česky?,” Slavic and East European Journal 42, No. 3 (Fall 1998), 591-93.

“A. S. Griboedov, Горе от ума/Woe from Wit; A. S. Pushkin, Борис Годунов/Boris Godunov; N. V. Gogol, Невский Проспект/Nevsky Prospect; A. Fadeev, Разгром/The Rout; A. Platonov, Река Потудань/The River Potudan; V. M. Shukshin, Калина красная/Snowball Berry Red,” Slavic and East European Journal 41, No. 1 (Spring 1997), 191-92.


Translations

Natalia Avtonomova, "The Use of Western Concepts in Post-Soviet Philosophy," Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 9, No. 1 (Winter 2008), pp. 189-229.

Alexei Miller, Review: “Israel Kleiner, From Nationalism to Universalism: Vladimir (Ze'ev) Jabotinski and the Ukrainian Question,” Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 4, No. 1 (Winter 2003), pp. 232-38.