Items by Marsh, Rosalind
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Number of items: 17.
Marsh, R., ed., 2012. New women’s writing in Russia, Central and Eastern Europe: gender, generation and identities. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Marsh, R., 2007. Literature, History and Identity in Post-Soviet Russia, 1991-2006. Peter Lang.
Cento Bull, A., Diamond, H. and Marsh, R., eds., 2000. Feminisms and women's movements in contemporary Europe. Macmillian.
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., 2012. New mothers for a new era? Images of mothers and daughters in post-Soviet prose. Modern Language Review (MLR), 107 (4), pp. 1191-1219.
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.
Conference or Workshop Items
Marsh, R. J., 2012. "The search of the wolly mammoth"? Feminist prose writings in contemporary Russia. 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. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 541-611.
Marsh, R. J., 2012. Introduction: women, literature and gender in contemporary Russia, Central and Eastern Europe. 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. 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. London: RouledgeCurzon, pp. 1-20.
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). London and New York: Routledge, p. 255.
Marsh, R., 2001. Women Writers of the 1930s: Conformity or Subversion? London: Palgrave, p. 173.