One hundred years ago, the Russian Revolution “shook the world,” in the words of a famous book.
Harriet Lisa Murav
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Russia's Legal Fictions University of Michigan Press 1998.
Identity Theft: The Jew in Imperial Russia and the Case of Avraam Uri Kovner Stanford University press 2003.
Music from a Speeding Train: Russian Jewish and Soviet Yiddish Literature of the 20th Century Stanford University Press (under contract) 2011.
Real Men and Phantom Stories: Violence and Prosthesis in Soviet War Literature Ab imperio 4 2008, p. 521-537.
"Violating the Canon: Reading Der Nister with Vasilii Grossman Slavic Review 76 3 2008, p. 642-661.
Ilya Kabakov and the (Traumatic) Void of Soviet History Slavonica 17 2 2011.
The Past as a Problem in Sovetish heymland Lekhaim 2010.
Dangerous Universalism: Re-Reading Solzhenitsyn's Dvesti let vmeste NLO 2010.
Avrutin, Eugene M, Valerii Dymshits, Alexander Ivanov, Alexander Lvov, and Harriet Murav Photographing the Jewish Nation: Pictures from S. An-sky's Ethnographic Expeditions (Tauber Institute for the Study of European Jewry Series) Brandeis University Press 2009.
Introduction Jews in the East European Borderlands: Essays in Honor of John Klier Introduction 2012.
Marking Time: Bergson and Bergelson Leket. Jiddistik heute Marking Time: Bergson and Bergelson 2012.
Bergelson, Benjamin, and Berlin: Justice Deferred The Russian Jewish Diaspora and European Culture (1917-1937) Bergelson, Benjamin, and Berlin: Justice Deferred 2012.
Dostoevsky and the Law Teaching Law and Literature Dostoevsky and the Law 2011.
Peretz Markish in the 1930s: Socialist Construction and the Return of the Luftmentsh Perets Markish: Captive of the Dawn Peretz Markish in the 1930s: Socialist Construction and the Return of the Luftmentsh Oxford Legenda Press 2010, p. 112-124.
Red Zion Post-Communist Nostalgia Red Zion 2010.
Kosmopoliten Enzyklopaedie juedischer Geschichte und Kultur 2012.