The Dostoevsky Journal – An Independent Review: Issue 1

Table of Contents:

  1. Peter Mathews and Bryan Cooke [Monash U, Australia] – “Dostoevsky: Expressions In Silence” [Position Paper]
  2. Slobodanka M. Vladiv-Glover [Monash U, Australia] – “Russia’s Political Unconscious In The Possessed: Dostoevsky’s New Phenomenology of History and Representation”
  3. Peter Mathews [Monash U, Australia] – “Dostoevsky’s The Double, Postmodernism, and the Neo-Baroque”
  4. Oleg Nogovitsin [St.Petersburg School of Religion and Philosophy and St Petersburg University] – “The Self-Reflexive Hero in the Works of Lermontov and Dostoevsky: Preliminary Notes on a Non-Representational Poetics” (translated and edited by S M Vladiv-Glover)
  5. Shanti Elliott (Francis Parker School, Chicago) – “Icon and Mask in Dostoevsky’s Artistic Philosophy”
  6. Dorothee Gelhard [Freie Universitat Berlin] – “Meta-Dialogue and Identity, or the Recovery of Meaning”
  7. Roman Katsman [Bar Ilan U, Israel ] – “Dostoevsky’s A Raw Youth: Mythopoesis as the Dialectics of Absence/ Presence: From Capital to Writing”
  8. Evgenia V. Cherkasova (Pennsylvania State U) – “Dostoevsky’s “Deontology of the Heart”: A New Perspective on Unconditional Ethics”
  9. Dorothee Gelhard [Freie Universitat Berlin] – Das Prinzip der Partizipation am fremden Text in Dostoevsijs Bobok(“The Principle of Participation in the Text of the Other in Dostoevsky’s ‘Bobok'”)
  10. Natalie Zhivolupova [Nizhnii Novgorod University, Russia] – “Metaphor as sujet in Dostoevsky’s Krokodil “
  11. Rita Kleiman [University of Moldova?,Kishinev? Russia? CIS?] – Khronotopnaia tetrada poetii Dostoevskogo v kontekste ‘bol’shogo vremeni’ (“The Chronotope Tetrad in Dostoevsky’s Poetics and ‘Epic Time'”)
  12. Elena Mikhailik [U of New South Wales, Australia] – “Dostoevsky and Shalamov: Orpheus and Pluto”

Reviews:

  1. Tatyana Kasatkina, Kharakterologiia Dostoevskogo, (Nasledia, Moskva, 1996), 334 pp. (O. Nogovitsin and Yu. Butarova)
  2. Ruben Zimmermann (ed) Bildsprache verstehen, (Fink, Munchen, 2000), 391 pp. (Dorothee Gelhard)