In progress Against the Desert: Russian Representations of the Karakum, 1824-1954
2012 Editor-in-Chief, Ulbandus XIV: Andrei Platonov: Style, Context, Meaning. Full issue available via JSTOR.
2002 Editor-in-Chief, Let’s Go: Eastern Europe 2002 (New York: St. Martin’s Press).
Under Review. “Traveling Poetic Selves in the Soviet Era: The Case of Nikolai Tikhonov.” Currently being considered for publication.
2015 “Performing as Soviet Central Asia’s Source Texts: Lahuti and Džambul in Moscow,
1935-1936.” Cahiers d’Asie centrale N°24. Littérature et société en Asie centrale, a special issue edited by Gulnara Aitpaeva and Marc Toutant (2015): 213-238. Available online here.
2013 “Collective Authorship and Platonov’s Socialist Realism.” Russian Literature 73.1/2: Special Issue on Andrej Platonov (2013): 57-83. Available via JSTOR and as a pdf here.
2008 “Enlisting Words Against Words: Danilo Kiš’s Enumeration.” Serbian Studies 22.1 (2008): 1–15. Available via Project Muse.
2013 “Prostranstvennyi obraz tkani v ‘Iuvenil’nom more’ A. Platonova” (“The Spatial Image of the Web in Andrei Platonov’s The Sea of Youth”). Translated by S. Levchin and K. Holt. In Poetika Andreia Platonova. Sbornik 1. Na puti “Iuvenil’nomu moriu,edited by Evgenii Iablokov, 82-102. Belgrade: International Platonov Seminar, 2013. Available online at http://www.platonovseminar.com/docs/2013.pdf.
2010 “The Gavriliada as Gossip.” Ulbandus XII: Pushkin (2009/2010): 1–20. Available on JSTOR and as a pdf here.
2016 Review of “Sanna Turoma and Maxim Waldstein, eds., Empire De/Centred: New Spatial Histories of Russia and the Soviet Union,” in Slavonica 21.1 (2016).
Translations from Russian
2016 Co-translator, with other members of the Cement Collective. Roman Osminkin, selections of poetry and prose. Published in the “Poetry after Language” Colloquy on Stanford University’s digital humanities platform Arcade. Available online here.
2015 Translator. Ilya Budraitskis, “The Western Critic at a Crossroads.” Published by LeftEast, September 29, 2015. Available here.
2014 Co-translator, with Marijeta Bozovic. Ilya Budraitskis, “The Weakest Link of Managed Democracy: How the Parliament Gave Birth to Non-Parliamentary Politics,” South Atlantic Quarterly113.1 (Winter 2014): 169–185. Available online here.
2013 Co-translator/subtitler, with Molly Thomasy Blasing. Video excerpt from “Pussy Riot: The Sequel,” a theater performance at Columbia University, March 13, 2013.
2012 Co-translator, with Rossen Djagalov, Maksim Hanukai, Ainsley Morse, and Roman Utkin, “I Love,” by Vladimir Mayakovsky. Experimental collaborative translation, self-published online at: http://cementcollective.com/dead-poets/mayakovsky-i-love/.
2012 Co-editor/translator. Full English-language translation of the closing statements by the defendants in the Pussy Riot trial. Published with translator commentary as Maria Alyokhina, Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, and Yekaterina Samutsevich, “Pussy Riot Closing Statements,” on the website of n+1 (August 13, 2012).
Additional Editorial Work
2016–2017 Co-curation, with Prof. L. Mieka Erley (Colgate University), of the public colloquy “The Imagined Heart of Asia,” which will feature academic articles and book chapters about the cultural construction of Central Asia. To be published in 2017 on Stanford’s digital salon “Arcade” (http://arcade.stanford.edu/colloquies).
Summer 2013 Editing for the article cluster “‘Democracy Has Become Unmanageable!’ The Russian Protests in Global Context” (with Alexei Penzin, Maria Chehonadskikh, Ilya Matveev, and Marijeta Bozovic), South Atlantic Quarterly 113.1 (Winter 2014): 162–209. Available online here.
2010–2012 Editor-in-Chief, Ulbandus XIV (Columbia University Slavic Review), Columbia University. Table of contents available here.
2007–2010 Associate Editor, Ulbandus X, XI, XII, Columbia University. Tables of contents available here.
Spring 2006 Intern for the television documentary Frontline: News War (air date: Feb. 13, 2007)
Fall 2005 Intern for the weekly radio program On the Media, WNYC
2001–2002 Co-Fiction Editor, The Harvard Advocate, Harvard University