Bibliography 4.4

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Russian and Soviet Cinema: Bibliography

4. Russo-Soviet Cinema

4.4. Russo-Soviet Cinema: Stalinism, 1930s-1953
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  • –. Cinema and Soviet Society, 1917-1953. NY: Cambridge UP, 1992.
  • –. “Films of the Second World War.” The Red Screen: Politics, Society, Art in Soviet Cinema. Ed. Anna Lawton. London: Routledge, 1992.
  • –. “Jewish Themes in Stalinist Films.” Journal of Popular Culture 31.4 (Spring 1998): 159-169.
  • –. “The Picture of the Enemy in Stalinist Films.” In Insiders and Outsiders in Russian Cinema. Ed. Stephen M. Norris and Zara M. Torlone. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 2008. 96-112.
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  • –. “The First ‘Perestroika’: Soviet Cinema under the First Five-Year Plan.” Cinema Journal 35.4 (Summer 1996): 31-53.
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  • Kherroubi, Aïcha and Valérie Posener. Le Studio Mejrabpom: ou l’aventure du cinéma privé au pays des bolcheviks. Les Dossiers du musée d’Orsay 59. Paris: Réunion des Musées Nationaux, 1996.
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  • Khrenov, Andrei. “Power and Technology as the Political-Aesthetic Project: Towards the Similarity of the Russian Avant-Garde of the Twenties and Stalinist Cinema.” The Harriman Review 12.4 (November 2000): 20-24.
  • Kozlov, Leonid. “The Artist and the Shadow of Ivan.” Stalinism and Soviet Cinema. Ed. Richard Taylor and Derek Spring. London: Routledge, 1993.
  • Lahusen, Thomas. “Ot nesinkhronizirovannogo smekha k post-sinkhronizovannoi komedii, ili Kak stalinskii miuzikl dognal i peregnal Gollivud.” Sovetskoe bogatstvo: Stat’i o kul’ture, literature i kino. Ed. Marina Balina, Evgenii Dobrenko, and Iurii Murashov. St. Peterburg: Akademicheskii proekt, 2002. 342-357.
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  • Lawton, Anna. “The Ghost That Does Return: Exorcising Stalin.” Stalinism and Soviet Cinema. Ed. Richard Taylor and Derek Spring. London: Routledge, 1993.
  • Liebman, Stuart. “Once Upon a Time in the Soviet Union.” Cineaste 24.1 (1998): 76-80.
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  • Listov, Viktor and Elena Khokhlova, compl. Istoriia otechestvennogo kino: Dokumenty, memuray, pis’ma. vyp. 1. Moskva: Materik, 1996.
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  • Mar’iamov, Grigorii. Kremlevskii tsenzor: Stalin smotrit kino. Moskva: Kinotsentr, 1992.
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  • Miller, Jamie. “Educating the Filmmakers: The State Institute of Cinematography in the 1930s.” The Slavonic and East European Review 85.3 (July 2007): 462-490.
  • —. “The purges of Soviet cinema, 1929-38.” Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema 1.1 (2007): 5-26.
  • Murashov, Iurii. “Slepye geroi–slepye zriteli: O statuse zreniia i slova v sovetskom kino.” Sovetskoe bogatstvo: Stat’i o kul’ture, literature i kino. Ed. Marina Balina, Evgenii Dobrenko, and Iurii Murashov. St. Peterburg: Akademicheskii proekt, 2002. 412-426.
  • Nembach, Eberhard. Stalins Filmpolitik: Der Umbau der sowjetischen Filmindustrie 1929 bis 1938. St. Augustin: Gardez! Verlag, 2001.
  • Parfenov, L.A., ed. Zhivye golosa kino: Govoriat vydaiushchiesia mastera otechestvennogo kinoiskusstva (30-e – 40-e gody): Iz neopublikovannogo. Moskva: Belyi bereg, 1999.
  • Pozner, Valérie. “Les actualités soviétiques de la Seconde Guerre mondiale.” In Le Cinéma “stalinien”: Questions d’histoire. Ed. Natacha Laurent. Toulouse: Presses Universitaires de Mirail, 2003. 123-141.
  • Prokhorov, Alexander. “Inherited Discourse: Stalinist Tropes in Thaw Culture.” Diss. U of Pittsburgh, 2002.
  • —. “Soviet Family Melodrama of the 1940s and 1950s: From Wait for Me to The Cranes Are Flying.” Imitations of Life: Two Centuries of Melodrama in Russia. Ed. Louise McReynolds and Joan Neiberger. Durham: Duke UP, 2002: 208-231.
  • Rubailo, A.I. Partiinoe rukovodstvo razvitiem kinoiskusstva, 1928-1937 gg. Moscow: MGU, 1976.
  • Schmulevitch, Éric. Réalisme socialiste et cinéma: Le cinéma stalinien (1928-1941). Paris: Editions L’Harmattan, 1996.
  • Selunskaya, Valeriya and Maria Zezina. “Documentary Film–A Soviet Source for Soviet Historians.” Stalinism and Soviet Cinema. Ed. Richard Taylor and Derek Spring. London: Routledge, 1993.
  • Short, K.R.M. and Richard Taylor. “Soviet Cinema and the International Menace, 1928-1939.” Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television 6.2 (1986): 131-159.
  • Solov’ev, Vladimir. Velikie i nepovtorimye: Aktery russkogo sovetskogo kino 30kh-40kh godov. vol. 2. Moskva: Gosfilmofond Rossii, n.d.
  • Spring, Derek. “Soviet newsreel and the Great Patriotic War.” Propaganda, politics and film, 1918-1945. Ed. Nicholas Pronay and D.W. Spring. London: MacMillan P, 1982.
  • —. “Stalinism–The Historical Debate.” Stalinism and Soviet Cinema. Ed. Richard Taylor and Derek Spring. London: Routledge, 1993.
  • Stollery, Martin. Alternative Empires: European Modernist Cinemas and Cultures of Imperialism. Exeter: U of Exeter P, 2000.
  • Taylor, Richard. “But eastward, look, the land is brighter: towards a topographyy of utopia in the Stalinist musical.” 100 Years of European cinema: Entertainment or ideology? Ed. Diana Holmes and Alison Smith. Manchester: Manchester UP, 2000. 11-26.
  • –. “A ‘Cinema for the Millions’: Soviet Socialist Realism and the Problem of Film Comedy.” Journal of Contemporary History 18 (1983): 439-61.
  • –. “La comédie musicale stalinienne: quelques propositions.” In Le Cinéma “stalinien”: Questions d’histoire. Ed. Natacha Laurent. Toulouse: Presses Universitaires de Mirail, 2003. 83-94.
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  • –. “Red Stars, Positive Heroes and Personality Cults.” Stalinism and Soviet Cinema. Ed. Richard Taylor and Derek Spring. London: Routledge, 1993.
  • Taylor, Richard and Ian Christie, eds. The Film Factory: Russian and Soviet Cinema in Documents, 1896-1939. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1988.
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  • Tokarev, V. A. “‘Kara! Panam! Kara!’: Pol’skaia tema v predvoennom kino (1939-1941 gody).” Otechestvennaia istoriia 6 (December 2003): 47-79.
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  • Turovskaya, Maya. “The 1930s and 1940s: Cinema in Context.” Stalinism and Soviet Cinema. Ed. Richard Taylor and Derek Spring. London: Routledge, 1993.
  • –. “Notes on Women and Film.” Trans. Jonathan Flatley. Discourse 17.3 (Spring 1995): 7-23.
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4.4.1. Socialist Realism
  • Balina, Marina, Evgenii Dobrenko, and Iurii Murashov, eds. Sovetskoe bogatstvo: Stat’i o kul’ture, literature i kino. St. Petersburg: Akademicheskii proekt, 2002.
  • Ermolaev, Herman. Soviet Literary Theories, 1917-1934: The Genesis of Socialist Realism. NY: Octagon, 1977.
  • Günther, Hans and Evgenii Dobrenko, eds. Sotsrealisticheskii kanon. St. Petersburg: Akademicheskii proekt, 2000.
  • Gutkin, Irina. The Cultural Origins of the Socialist Realist Aesthetic, 1890-1934. Studies in Russian Literature and Theory. Evanston: Northwestern UP, 1999.
  • James, C. Vaughan. Soviet Socialist Realism: Origins and Theory. NY: St. Martin’s P, 1973.
  • Listov, V. “Sotsialisticheskii realizm: prevratnosti termina.” Kinovedcheskie zapiski. 2 (1988): 5-12.
  • Robin, Regine. Socialist Realism. Stanford: Stanford UP, 1992.