The Dostoevsky Journal: A Comparative Literature Review (Journal)
Vladiv-Glover, M. (Editor in chief), Irene Zohrab (Associate editor), Géza Horváth (Editorial board member), Alexandra Smith (Editorial board member), Olga Shalygina (Editorial board member), Aleksandr Vlaskin (Editorial board member), Nicholas Rzevsky (Editorial board member)
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The journal, established in 2000 by Charles Schlacks Jr (USA), has been a Brill journal since 2015. It is a refereed, international and interdisciplinary journal, promoting deconstructive readings of the works of F M Dostoevsky in conjunction with other texts of the European literary and philosophical canon. The Editorial Board welcomes contributions on topics, which explore Dostoevsky’s poetics in a theoretical context (poststructuralism, phenomenology, semiotics, and narratology), and with respect to its impact on the Western and other cultural paradigms.
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Dostoevsky, novel, Bakhtin, phenomenology, narratology, Russian literature