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Bibliography: Dissent in the Soviet Union

SOVIET ERA DISSENT COLLECTED WORKS
Art SOVIET UKRAINE
Literature POST-SOVIET RUSSIAN OPPOSITION
Music NEWSPAPERS
Samizdat JOURNALS
Religion

Soviet Era Dissent
Alekseeva, L. Iu. (1985). Soviet dissent : contemporary movements for national, religious, and human rights. Middletown, Conn., Wesleyan University Press. 521 p.

Amalrik, A. i. (1981). Will the Soviet Union survive until 1984? New York, Harper & Row. 93 p.

Barghoorn, F. C. (1971). The general pattern of Soviet dissent. New York,, Research Institute on Communist Affairs School of International Affairs Columbia University. 14 p.

Bezborodov, A. B., M. M. Meier, et al. (1994). Materialy po istorii dissidentskogo i pravozashchitnogo dvizheniia v SSSR, 50-kh-80-kh godov.Moskva, Istoriko-arkhivnyi institut RGGU. 151 p.

Boobbyer, P. (2005). Conscience, dissent and reform in Soviet Russia. London ; New York, Routledge. 282 p.

Brumberg, A. (1970). In quest of justice: protest and dissent in the Soviet Union today. New York, Praeger. 477 p.

Bukovskii, V. K. (1979). To build a castle: my life as a dissenter. New York, Viking Press. 438 p.

Chakshova, L. A., Gosudarstvennyi komitet Rossiiskoi Federatsii po vysshemu obrazovaniiu., et al. (1995). Dissidentskoe dvizhenie v SSSR : 60-80-e gg. Pravozashchitniki : metodicheskie rekomendatsii. Novosibirsk, Universitet. 71 p.

Cline, R. S. and Georgetown University. Center for Strategic and International Studies. (1974). Understanding the Solzhenitsyn affair : dissent and its control in the USSR. Washington, Center for Strategic and International Studies Georgetown University. 44 p.

Coleman, F. (1996). The decline and fall of the Soviet Empire : forty years that shook the world, from Stalin to Yeltsin. New York, St. Martin's Press. 459 p.

Cutler, R. (1980). "Soviet dissent under Khrushchev: an analytical study." Comparative politics 13: 15-35.

Davies, S. (1997).Popular opinion in Stalin's Russia : terror, propaganda and dissent, 1934-1941. Cambridge, U.K. ; New York, NY, Cambridge University Press. 236 p.

Derbyshire, I. (1987). "Internal Opposition: Dissidence and Regionalism." The politics in the Soviet Union: from Brezhnev to Gorbachev. Edinburgh, Chambers. 113-136.

Dunham, V. S. (1973). "A mirror of soviet dissent." Slavic review 32(3): 595-600.

Fireside, H. (1980). "The conceptualization of dissent: soviet behavior in comparative perspective." Universal human rights 2(1): 31-45.

Fireside, H. (1986). "Dissent and Soviet Society." Problems of communism 35(4): 93-98.

Fish, M. S. (1993). Democracy from scratch : opposition and regime in Russia during the Gorbachev period. Princeton: Princeton University Press. 300 p.

Gauer, Ralph C. (1973). "Soviet dissent: its sources and significance." Air University Review 25(1): 45-53.

Grzybowski, K. (1972). Freedom of expression and dissent in the Soviet Union; an essay. Chicago, American Bar Association Standing Committee on Education About Communism and Its Contrast With Liberty Under Law. 40 p.

Haynes, V. and O. Semyonova (1979). Workers against the Gulag : the new opposition in the Soviet Union. London: Pluto Press. 129 p.

Ianitskii, O. (2007). "Dlinnye 1970-e: Grazhdanskoe obshchestvo togda i seichas." Neprikosnovennyi' zapas 2: 36-52.

Kirk, I. (1975). Profiles in Russian resistance. New York, Quadrangle/New York Times Book Co. 297 p.

Kowalewski, D. (1980). "Trends in the Human Rights Movement." Soviet politics in the Brezhnev era. D. R. Kelley. New York, Praeger: 150-181.

Kowalewski, D. (1982). "Establishment Vigilantism and Political Dissent: A Soviet Case Study " Armed forces and society 9(1): 83-97.

Kowalewski, D. (1983). "The multinationalization of soviet dissent." Nationalities papers 11(2): 206-230.

Kozlov, V. A. and E. McClarnand MacKinnon (2002). Mass uprisings in the USSR : protest and rebellion in the post-Stalin years. Armonk, N.Y., M.E. Sharpe. 351 p.

Kulavig, E. (2002). Dissent in the years of Khrushchev : nine stories about disobedient Russians. New York, Palgrave Macmillan. 178 p.

Lenoe, M. (1999). "Popular Opinion in Stalin's Russia: Terror, Propaganda, and Dissent, 1934-1941." The Journal of modern history 71(3): 798-791.

Medvedev, R. A., P. Ostellino, et al. (1980). On Soviet dissent. New York, Columbia University Press. 158 p.

Parchomenko, W. (1981). "Reporting on soviet dissent: the forgotten people." Reason 12(9): 45-47.

Parchomenko, W. (1986). Soviet images of dissidents and nonconformists. New York, Praeger. 251 p.

Popadiuk, R. (1981). "Soviet dissent: domestic and international aspects." The Ukrainian quarterly 37(1): 42-59.

Priban, J. (2005). "Political Dissent, Human Rights, and Legal Transformations: Communist and Post-Communist Experiences." Eastern European politics and societies: EEPS 19(4): 553-572.

Reddaway, P. (1972). Uncensored Russia: protest and dissent in the Soviet Union; the unofficial Moscow journal, a Chronicle of current events. New York, American Heritage Press. 499 p.

Rothberg, A. (1972). The heirs of Stalin: dissidence and the Soviet regime, 1953-1970. Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press. 450 p.

Sakharov, A. I. (1974). Sakharov speaks. New York, A. A. Knopf. 245 p.

Sharlet, R. (1986). "Soviet dissent since Brezhnev." Current history 85(513): 321-324.

Shatz, M. (1980). Soviet dissent in historical perspective. Cambridge ; New York, Cambridge University Press. 214 p.

Spechler, D. (1982). Permitted dissent in the USSR : Novy mir and the Soviet regime. New York, N.Y., Praeger. 293 p.

Tökés, R. L. (1974). Dissent: The Politics for Change in the USSR. Soviet politics and society in the 1970's. H. W. Morton, R. L. Tökés and J. N. Hazard.(ed.) New York, The Free Press: 3-59.

Tökés, R. L. (1975). Dissent in the USSR : politics, ideology, and people. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press. 453 p.

Viola, L. (2002). Contending with Stalinism : Soviet power and popular resistance in the 1930s. Ithaca, Cornell University Press. 258 p.

Wessell, N. H. (1973). "The political and international implications of soviet dissent." Orbis 17(3): 793-802.

Yakobson, S., R. V. Allen, et al. (1968). Aspects of intellectual ferment and dissent in the Soviet Union. Washington, U.S. Government Printing Office. 81 p.


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Art
Art Center College of Design (Pasadena Calif.) and Gosudarstvennyi russkii muzei (1998). Forbidden art : the postwar Russian avant-garde. Los Angeles, Curatorial Assistance. 326 p.

Baigell, M. and R. Baigell (1995). Soviet dissident artists: interviews after Perestroika. New Brunswick, NJ, Rutgers University Press. 405 p.
Bowlt, J. E. and C. Doria (1986). Russian samizdat art : essays. New York, Willis Locker & Owens Pub. 210 p.

Gelburd, G. and Art Institute for the Permian Basin. (1995). Silent screams from the Russian underground. New York, NY: Council for Creative Projects. (unpaged)

Glezer, A. (1977). Iskusstvo pod bul'dozerom : siniaia kniga. London, Overseas Publications Interchange. 163 p.

Golomshtok, I. and A. Glezer (1977). Soviet art in exile. New York, Random House. 172 p.

Holo, S. and Fisher Gallery (University of Southern California) (1990). Keepers of the flame : unofficial artists of Leningrad : exhibition held November 14, 1990, through January 19, 1991, Fisher Gallery, University of Southern California. Los Angeles, CA. Fisher Gallery University of Southern California. 96 p.

Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum. (1992). Baltic art during the Brezhnev era : nonconformist art in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania : from the collection of Norton and Nancy Dodge, Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University. New Brunswick, N.J., The Museum. 32 p.

Komar, V., A. Melamid, et al. (1979). Komar/Melamid, two Soviet dissident artists. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press. 59 p.

Neumaier, D. and Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum. (2004). Beyond memory : Soviet nonconformist photography and photo-related works of art. New Brunswick, N.J., Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum Rutgers University Press. 352 p.

Ratcliff, C., V. Komar, et al. (1988). Komar & Melamid. New York, NY, Abbeville Press. 208 p.

Rosenfeld, A., N. T. Dodge, et al. (2001). Art of the Baltics : the struggle for freedom of artistic expression under the Soviets, 1945-1991. Rutgers, NJ, Rutgers University Press. 476 p.

Rosenfeld, A., N. T. Dodge, et al. (1995). Nonconformist art : the Soviet experience, 1956-1986 : the Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection, the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. New York, N.Y., Thames and Hudson in association with the Jane Vorhees Zimmerli Art Museum. 360 p.

Wollen, P., V. Komar, et al. (1985). Komar & Melamid : the Fruitmarket Gallery, Edinburgh, 10 August-21 September 1985 : Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, 6 October-1 December 1985. Edinburgh, Fruitmarket Gallery. 61 p.

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Literature
FitzLyon, A. (1975). Nobody, or the disgospel according to Maria Dementnaya . Nikto: a samizdat text. London, J. Calder. 128 p.

Freiman, G. A. and M. B. Nathanson (1980). It seems I am a Jew : a Samizdat essay. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University Press. 96 p.

Galanskov, Y. (1973). Poet and man: in memory of Yuri Galanskov. Oslo, Bryne. 81 p.

Reve, K. v. h. and P. M. i. Litvinov (1969). Dear comrade; Pavel Litvinov and the voices of Soviet citizens in dissent. New York,, Pitman Pub. Corp. 199 p.

Scammell, M. (1971). Russia's other writers; selections from Samizdat literature. New York,, Praeger. 216 p.

Severiukhin, D. I. A. and V. Dolinin (2003). Samizdat Leningrada, 1950-e-1980-e : literaturnaia entsiklopediia. Moskva, Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie. 622 p.

Solzhenitsyn, A. I. (1974). The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956 : an experiment in literary investigation. New York, Harper & Row. 660 p.

Svirskii, G. i., R. Dessaix, et al. (1981). A history of post-war Soviet writing : the literature of moral opposition. Ann Arbor, Ardis. 196 p.

Woll, J. and V. G. Treml (1983). Soviet dissident literature : a critical guide. Boston, Mass., G.K. Hall. 241 p.

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Music
Cushman, T. (1995). Notes from underground : rock music counterculture in Russia. Albany, State University of New York Press. 403 p.

Troitskii, A. (1990). Rok-muzyka v SSSR : opyt populiarnoi entsiklopedii. Moskva, "Kniga". 383 p.

Tsenova, V. (1997). Underground music from the former USSR. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Harwood Academic. 265 p.

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Samizdat
Bogdanova, M. and V. Pribylovskii (1991). Samizdatskaia periodika Sibiri i Dal'nego Vostoka.Moskva, In-t gumanitarno-politicheskikh issledovanii, Arkhiv Moskovskogo obshchestvennogo biuro informatsionnogo obmena. 34 leaves.

Dolinin, V. and B. Ivanov (1993). Samizdat : po materialam konferentsii "30 let nezavisimoi pechati, 1950-80 gody", Sankt-Peterburg, 25-27 aprelia 1992 g. Nauchno-informatsionnyi tsentr (NITS) "Memorial". 140 p.

Dolinin, V. and D. I. A. Severiukhin (2003). Preodolenie nemoty : Leningradskii samizdat v kontekste nezavisimogo kul'turnogo dvizheniia (1953-1991). Sankt-Peterburg, Izd-vo Novikova. 133 p.

Elliot, I. (1983). "Dissent, opposition and instability." The Soviet Union after Brezhnev. M. McCauley (ed). New York, Heinemann Educational Books: 40-61.

Feldbrugge, F. J. M. (1975). Samizdat and political dissent in the Soviet Union. Leyden, A. W. Sijthoff. 255 p.

Saunders, G. (1974). Samizdat: voices of the Soviet opposition. New York,, Monad Press; distributed by Pathfinder Press. 464 p.

Szamuely, H., D. O'Keeffe, et al. (2004). Samizdat: based on a discussion at the CRCE led by Dennis O'Keeffe and Helen Szamuely. London, Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economies. 32 p.

Zisserman-Brodsky, D. (2003). "Dissident Groups, Mutual Relations" and "Samizdat and Ethnic Mobilization." Constructing ethnopolitics in the Soviet Union : samizdat, deprivation and the rise of ethnic nationalism. New York, Palgrave Macmillan: 59-68 and 185-194.

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Religion
Bourdeaux, M. (1968). Religious ferment in Russia: Protestant opposition to Soviet religious policy. New York, Macmillan. 255 p.

Husband, W. B. (1998). "Soviet atheism and russian orthodox strategies of resistance, 1917-1932." The Journal of modern history 70(1): 74-107.

Konstantinov, D. V. (1967). Religioznoe dvizhenie soprotivleniia v SSSR. K 50-letiiu sovetskoi diktatury. London, Izd-vo SBONR. 71 p.

Mitrokhin, L. N. and Issledovatel'skii tsentr "Filosofiia kul'tury i religii" (1994). Religiia i politika v postkommunisticheskoi Rossii. Moskva, TSOP instituta filosofii RAN. 250 p.

"Religious Dissent in the USSR in the 1960s." (1971) Slavic Review 30(2): 298-316.

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COLLECTED WORKS
Al'manakh samizdata: nepodtsenzurnaia mysl' v SSSR. Annals of Samizdat; uncensored thought in the U.S.S.R. (1974). Amsterdam, Fond im. Gertsena. 2 v.

Boiter, Albert. (1977). Polnyi spisok dokumentov : s podrobnym nomernym ukazatelem. Munich, Samizdat Archive Association. 314 p.

Medvedev, R. A. (1977). The Samizdat register. New York, Norton. 314 p.

Medvedev, R. A. (1981). The Samizdat register II. New York, Norton. 323 p.

Meerson-Aksenov, M. G. and B. I. Shragin (1977). The political, social, and religious thought of Russian samizdat : an anthology. Belmont, Mass., Nordland Pub. Co. 624 p.

Radio Liberty, Arkhiv samizdata, and Ohio State University's Center for Slavic and East European Studies. (1975-1991). Materialy samizdata. Samizdat materials. Columbus, Ohio State University.

Samizdat Archive Association and Radio Liberty (1972). Sobranie dokumentov Samizdata. Munich, Samizdat Archive Association.

Strukova, E. N., M. Paskalova, et al. (1992). Moskovskie kollektsii samizdata : spravochnik : Materialy k svodnomu katalogu samizdata i nezavisimoi periodicheskoi pechati. Moskva, Iz glubin. 263 p.

Suetnov, A. (1992). Samizdat : bibliograficheskii ukazatel’. Moskva, Tsentr obrazovatel’nykh programm In-ta novykh tekhnologii obrazovaniia. 2 v.

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SOVIET UKRAINE
Bilocerkowycz, J. (1988). Soviet Ukrainian dissent : a study of political alienation. Boulder, Westview Press. 242 p.

Jones, L. and B. Yasen (1977). Dissent in Ukraine : an underground journal from Soviet Ukraine. Baltimore, Smoloskyp Publishers. 215 p.

Liber, G. and A. Mostovych (1978). Nonconformity and dissent in the Ukrainian SSR, 1955-1975 : an annotated bibliography. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute. 245 p.

Mostovych, A. and G. Liber (1974). Dissident thought in Soviet Ukraine, 1954-1974; an annotated bibliography of primary and secondary sources appearing in Ukrainian and English publications. Bloomington, IN.

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POST-SOVIET RUSSIAN OPPOSITION
Balzer, H. (2005). "Ordinary Russians? Rethinking August 1991." Demokratizatsiia : the journal of post-soviet democratization 13(2): 193-218.

Barber, J. (1997). "Opposition in Russia " Government and opposition 32(4): 598-613.

Gel'man, V. (2005). "Political Opposition in Russia. Is It Becoming Extinct?" Russian politics & law 43(3): 25-50.

Gel'man, V. (1999). Transformatsiia v Rossii : politicheskii rezhim i demokraticheskaia oppozitsiia. Moskva, Moskovskii obshchestvennyi nauchnyi fond. 239 p.

Hahn, G. M. (1994). "Opposition politics in Russia." Europe-Asia studies 46(2): 305-335.

Saenko, G. V. (1995). Oppozitsiia --oppozitsiia? : da zdravstvuet oppozitsiia! : politicheskaia oppozitsiia kak sotsial'noe iavlenie. Moskva, Izd-vo "Soiuz". 301 p.

Simonsen, S. G. (1996). Politics and personalities : key actors in the Russian opposition. Oslo, International Peace Research Institute. 217 p.

White, D. (2006). The Russian democratic party Yabloko : opposition in a managed democracy. Burlington, Ashgate. 263 p.

Whitefield, S. and G. Evans (1996). "Support for Democracy and Political Opposition in Russia, 1993–1995." Post-Soviet affairs 12: 218-252.

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NEWSPAPERS
Moskovskie Novosti
This weekly paper was published from 1980-2008. Until its closure, the paper was known as pro-liberal and reformist.

Novaia Gazeta
This paper and its journalists have been targeted by the government due to its critical coverage. A number of journalists have been mysteriously killed just before or after publishing articles criticizing government activities. Despite danger to its journalists and financial troubles, the biweekly paper continues to be one of the more prominent opposition papers.

Novye Izvestiia
This daily has been published in Moscow since 1997. From 2000-2003, the paper published articles critical of Vladimir Putin. However, coverage has since become less critical after publication was suspended in 2003 and subsequently resumed.

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JOURNALS
Demokratizatsiya : the journal of post-soviet democratization, Washitngton, D.C.: Quality Press of the Southern Tier Inc., 1992-.

Evreiskii samizdat = Jewish samizdat. Jerusalim: Evreiskii universitet Tsentr dokumentatsii vostochno-evropeiskogo evreistva. 1974-

Post-Soviet Affairs. Silver Spring, Maryland: V.H. Winston & Son, Inc., 1992-.

Pro et Contra, Moscow, Russia: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1996-.

The Samizdat bulletin. Mateo, Calif., Samizdat Publications. 1970-1993.

Slavic and East European Journal. Tucson, Arizona: American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, 1957-.

Slavic Review. Seattle, Washington: American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, 1961-

Voprosy Istorii, Moscow, Russia: Izdatelstvo "Pravda", 1945-.

Zhurnalist, Moscow, Russia: Redaktsiia zhurnala , 1914-.

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Compiled and edited by Jennifer Evans, February 2008.
last updated: 6/22/2010