Contributors

Thank you to everyone who has contributed to our blog! Here is the full list of Bloggers Karamazov contributors. If you would have an idea for a post, please contact us! We welcome new voices to our polyphonic digital platform.

Carol Apollonio

The Dostoevsky Games: A New Tobacco Road Rivalry

Brian Armstrong

Ivan Karamazov Reviews Crime and Punishment

On Golyadkin, Raskolnikov, and the Search for Empathy

Robert Belknap

On Teaching Crime and Punishment

Anna Berman

A Chat with Anna Berman on Dostoevsky and the Family Novel

Katherine Bowers

Raskolnikov in the Fog: Time and the Crime and Punishment End Game

Introducing @RodionTweets: Translating Raskolnikov into 140 Characters or Less

Gothic Doubling and The Double, Gothically

Alexander Burry

Envisioning Crime and Punishment: An Interview with Andrew O’Keefe

Ellen Chances

A New Film Version of a Dostoevsky Novel: Andrew O’Keefe’s Crime and Punishment

Himadri Chatterjee

Dostoevsky in Europe

Yuri Corrigan

A Chat with Yuri Corrigan about Dostoevsky and the ‘Riddle of the Self’

Steve Dodson

Dostoevsky’s Stepanchikovo

Connor Doak

Painting the Town Black: A Japanese take on Brothers Karamazov

Gender Trouble in The Double: Masculinity in Dostoevsky’s Novella and Ayoade’s Film

Susanne Fusso

Editing Dostoevsky: Mikhail Katkov and the Great Russian Novel

Lonny Harrison

A Chat with Lonny Harrison on his New Book About the Dostoevskian Psyche

Tomi Haxhi

Twitter, Criticism, Dialogue: Dostoevsky and a Call to Action

September Notes on July Impressions: Dostoevsky Day 2017

Kate Holland

Rethinking the Narrative Structure of Crime and Punishment Through Twitter

Sarah Hudspith

On Tweeting Part One of Crime and Punishment

Barnabas D. Kirk

Crime and Punishment at 150: Global Contexts

Olga Maiorova

Putting Dostoevsky in Context: An Interview with Deborah A. Martinsen and Olga Maiorova

Robert Mann

Dostoevsky and Elijah the Prophet

Michael Marsh-Soloway

Russian Language Students Stage Dostoevsky’s The Crocodile

The Dostoevsky 3D Printing Project

Deborah Martinsen

Introduction to On Teaching Crime and Punishment

Dostoevsky and Raskolnikov’s “New Word”

Putting Dostoevsky in Context: An Interview with Deborah A. Martinsen and Olga Maiorova

Greta Matzner-Gore

Dostoevsky Panels at ASEEES 2016!

The Brothers’ Theme Songs

Jack McClelland

Dostoevsky on the Moscow Metro

Kristina McGuirk

Behind the @RodionTweets Curtain: The Nuts and Bolts of Twitterifying Dostoevsky

Valeriya Mikhailova (translated by Thomas E. Herman)

To be the wife of Fyodor Dostoevsky: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

Robin Feuer Miller

Finding Raskolnikov on the Dialogic Blog Trail

Strangers on a Train

Andrew O’Keefe

Envisioning Crime and Punishment: An Interview with Andrew O’Keefe

Amy D. Ronner

The Four Raskolnikovs and the Confessional Dream

Golyadkin’s Human “Shriek”

Vadim Shneyder

Dostoevsky panels at ASEEES 2017

Bilal Siddiqi

Thoughts on ‘Revolutionary Dostoevsky: Rethinking Radicalism’

Ksenia Stepkina

The Petersburg Text in the 21st Century: Dostoevsky Cultural Memory in the Contemporary City

Jennifer Wilson

Regarding the Pain of Others: Tweeting Book V of Crime & Punishment

Sarah Young

On Tweeting Part Two of Crime and Punishment

Revolutionary Dostoevsky

 

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