Landscapes of Girlhood: Forest Space in A Russian Childhood and The Tragic Menagerie
Mapping The Feminine: Russian Women And Cultural Difference
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This volume honors the extraordinary life, path-breaking career, and pioneering scholarship of a truly modest woman—Professor Marina Viktorovna Ledkovsky, Barnard College emerita. In fifteen essays that are nearly evenly divided between eighteenth- and nineteenth-century subjects on the one hand, and twentieth- and twenty-first-century subjects on the other, contributors cover some of the main areas of gender studies, encompassing transnational studies, cultural studies, the recovery of forgotten women, and the male canon.
Costlow, J. (2008). Landscapes of Girlhood: Forest Space in A Russian Childhood and The Tragic Menagerie. In Hilde Hoogenboom, Catharine Theimer Nepomnyashchy and Irina Reyman (Eds.), Mapping The Feminine: Russian Women And Cultural Difference (pp. 113-131). Bloomington, IN: Slavica Publishers.