A Russia-born Slavist, Andrei Rogatchevski has studied and/or taught in Great Britain, Finland, the Czech Republic, and Israel, and is currently professor of Russian literature and Culture at UiT - the Arctic University of Norway.
Wagging the Dog, Avant-Garde Style: How the Russian Non-Parliamentary Opposition Influenced Putin’s Kremlin
Andrei Rogatchevski delves into “It Will Be Fun and Terrifying: Nationalism and Protest in Post-Soviet Russia,” by Fabrizio Fenghi....
Exorcising the Communist Past: Michal Viewegh’s “Bliss Was It In Bohemia”
Andrei Rogatchevski appreciates the cheerfulness of “Bliss Was It In Bohemia” by Michal Viewegh....
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