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Gillespie, D., 2016. Forthcoming. Masculinity, Violence and Power in Modern Russia:Men, Guns and Identity. Routledge. (Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe Series)

Gillespie, D. and Lanin, B. A., 2004. Русская проза в канун постмодернизма. Vserossiiskaia gosudarstvennaia nalogovaia akademiia.

Gillespie, D., ed., 1997. The Life and Work of Fedor Abramov. Northwestern University Press.

Gillespie, D., 1992. Iurii Trifonov: Unity through Time. Cambridge University Press.

Book Sections

Gillespie, D., 2013. Forthcoming. Evgenii Popov:the impotence of literature, the importance of the word. In: Morris, J., ed. The Satire of Evgenii Popov. Lampeter, U. K.: Edwin Mellen Press.

Gillespie, D., 2008. La juste cause de la guerre: un "nouveau” patriotisme russe à l’écran. In: Le Huérou, A. and Sieca-Kozlowski, E., eds. Culture militaire et patriotisme dans la Russie d’aujourd’hui. Paris: Éditions Karthala, pp. 193-210.

Gillespie, D., 2008. The Italians Are Coming!’ Italy and the ‘Other’ in Soviet Cinema. In: Hutchings, S., ed. Russia and its Other(s) on Film: Screening Intercultural Dialogue. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 47-61. (Studies in Central and Eastern Europe)

Gillespie, D., 2008. Through the “I” of the narrator: Evgenii Popov and the satire of collapse. In: Mesropova, O. and Graham, S., eds. Uncensored? Reinventing Humor and Satire in Post-Soviet Russia. Bloomington, IN: Slavica, pp. 27-39.

Gillespie, D., 2008. Италия как «другой»: Ностальгия Андрея Тарковского. In: Tsymbal, E. and Okeanskii, V., eds. Феномен Андрея Тарковского в интеллектуальной и художественной культуре. Moscow: Talca, pp. 163-171.

Gillespie, D., 2007. Kalina krasnaia/Red Guelderbush. In: Beumers, B., ed. The Cinema of Russia and the Former Soviet Union. London: Wallflower Press, pp. 160-169. (24 Frames)

Gillespie, D., 2007. Moskva slezam ne verit/Moscow Doesn’t Believe in Tears. In: Beumers, B., ed. The Cinema of Russia and the Former Soviet Union. London: Wallflower Press, pp. 192-201.

Gillespie, D., 2007. Nightmare as phantasmagoria: surrealism in Russian film. In: Stone, R. and Harper, G., eds. The Unsilvered Screen: Surrealism on Film. London: Wallflower Press, pp. 48-59.

Gillespie, D., 2007. The Challenge to Genre: Andrei Tarkovskii and Science Fiction. In: Ahrens, R. and Stierstorfer, K., eds. Symbolism: An International Annual of Critical Aesthetics.Vol. 7. Brooklyn, NY: AMS Press, pp. 109-124.

Gillespie, D., 2005. Confronting Imperialism: The Ambivalence of War in Post-Soviet Film. In: Webber, S. and Mather, J., eds. The Military and Society in Post-Soviet Russia. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 80-93.

Gillespie, D., 2005. Fedor Abramov (pp. 3-8); Vasilii Belov (pp. 46-51); Valentin Rasputin (pp. 230-41); Iurii Trifonov (pp. 373-86). In: Rydel, C., ed. Dictionary of Literary Biography: Russian Prose Writers after World War II.Vol. 302. Detroit: Bruccoli Clark Layman.

Gillespie, D., 2000. Of Human Bondage and Male Bonding: Male Relationships in Recent Russian Film. In: Holmes, D. and Smith, A., eds. One Hundred Years of European Cinema: Entertainment or Ideology? Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 133-143.

Gillespie, D., 2000. Vladimir Sorokin and the Norm. In: McMillin, A., ed. Reconstructing the Canon: Russian Writing in the 1980s. Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, pp. 299-309.


Gillespie, D., 2012. Border consciousness in the fictional worlds of Andreï Makine. Journal of Siberian Federal University, Humanities & Social Sciences, 5 (6), pp. 798-811.

Gillespie, D., 2010. Bartavels, Ortolans and Borshch:France and Russia in the fictional worlds of Andreï Makine. Australian Slavonic and East European Studies, 24 (1-2), pp. 1-18.

Gillespie, D., 2008. Sergei Eisenstein and the articulation of masculinity. New Zealand Slavonic Journal, 42, pp. 1-53.

Gillespie, D., 2008. They Fought for the Motherland (‘Oni srazhalis’ za rodinu’). Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema, 2 (3), pp. 351-352.

Gillespie, D., 2006. Chekhov in the 1970s: Trifonov and Mikhalkov. Essays in Poetics, 31 (Autumn), pp. 130-150.

Gillespie, D., 2005. Defence of the realm: The ‘new’ Russian patriotism on screen. The Journal of Power Institutions in Post-Soviet Societies, 3.

Gillespie, D. and Smirnova, E., 2004. Alexander Sokurov and the Russian soul. Studies in European Cinema, 1 (1), pp. 57-65.

Gillespie, D., 2002. Reconfiguring the past: The return of history in recent Russian film. New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film, 1 (1), pp. 14-23.

Gillespie, D., 2001. The booze and the blues: laughter and the ‘real' world in the work of Sergei Dovlatov. Australian Slavonic and East European Studies, 15 (1-2), pp. 21-37.

Conference or Workshop Items

Gillespie, D., 2014. Mikhail Shveitser's Resurrection:literary adaption as thaw narrative. Evanston, U. S. A.: Northwestern University Press.

Gillespie, D., 2011. Renata Litvinova and French literature. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 152-163.

Gillespie, D., 2005. Adapting Foreign Classics: Kozintsev's Shakespeare. Abingdon: RoutledgeCurzon, 75--88.

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