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Book/s

Marsh, R., ed., 2012. New women’s writing in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe: gender, generation and identities. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Marsh, R., 2007. Literature, History and Identity in Post-Soviet Russia, 1991-2006. Oxford, Frankfurt, Bern, Berlin: Peter Lang.

Cento Bull, A., Diamond, H. and Marsh, R., eds., 2000. Feminisms and women's movements in contemporary Europe. Basingstoke: Macmillan.

Book Sections

Marsh, R. J., 2012. "The search of the wolly mammoth"? Feminist prose writings in contemporary Russia. In: Marsh, R., ed. New women's writing in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe: gender, generation, and identities. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 409-459.

Marsh, R., 2012. From Glasnost to Glamour: prize-winning novels and popular genres of women's prose in the post-Soviet period. In: Marsh, R., ed. New women's writing in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe: gender, generation, and identities. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 541-611.

Marsh, R. J., 2012. Introduction: women, literature and gender in contemporary Russia, Central and Eastern Europe. In: Marsh, R. J., ed. New women's writing in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe: gender, generation, and identities. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 1-67.

Marsh, R., 2008. The nature of Russia’s identity: the theme of “Russia and the West” in post-Soviet culture. In: Kanet, R. E., ed. Identities, Nations and Politics after Communism. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 149-172.

Lawson, C. W., Korosteleva, E. A. and Marsh, R. J., 2003. Paradoxes of democratisation in post-communist Belarus. In: Korosteleva, E. A., Lawson, C. W. and Marsh, R. J., eds. Contemporary Belarus: Between Democracy and Dictatorship. London: RouledgeCurzon, pp. 1-20.

Marsh, R., 2002. Women Realist Prose Writers, 1881-1929. In: Barker, A. and Gheith, J., eds. A History of Women's Writing in Russia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 175--206.

Marsh, R., 2001. Sex, Religion and Censorship in a Russian Woman's Novel of the Silver Age: Anna Mar's Zhenshchina na Kreste (Woman on the Cross). In: Barta, P. I., ed. Gender and Sexuality in Russian Civilisation. London and New York: Routledge, p. 255.

Marsh, R., 2001. Women Writers of the 1930s: Conformity or Subversion? In: Ilić, M., ed. Women and Stalinism. London: Palgrave, p. 173.

Articles

Marsh, R., 2013. The concepts of gender, citizenship and empire and their reflection in post-Soviet literature. The Russian Review, 72 (2), pp. 187-211.

Marsh, R., 2011. The “new political novel” by right-wing writers in post-Soviet Russia. Forum für osteuropäische Ideen- und Zeitgeschichte, 14 (1), pp. 159-187.

Marsh, R., 2009. Polish feminism in an east-west context. Women’s Writing Online, 2009 (1), pp. 26-48.

Marsh, R., 2007. The nature of Russia's identity: the theme of "Russia and the West" in post-Soviet culture. Nationalities Papers, 35 (3), pp. 555-578.

Marsh, R., 2004. Travel and images of the West in popular Russian women's writing of the Silver Age. New Zealand Slavonic Journal, 38, p. 1.

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