Publikationen

Edited Volumes & Special Issues

2021.   “Digital Selves: Embodiment and Subjectivity in New Media Cultures in Eastern Europe and Eurasia,” special issue of Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media, guest eds. Cassandra Hartblay and Tatiana Klepikova https://www.digitalicons.org/issue21/ (open access)

2020.   Outside the “Comfort Zone”: Performances and Discourses of Privacy in Late Socialist Europe, eds. Tatiana Klepikova and Lukas Raabe, Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, pp. i–388. Series: “Rethinking the Cold War.” https://www.degruyter.com/document/doi/10.1515/9783110606874/html

2018.   Privates Erzählen: Formen und Funktionen von Privatheit in der Literatur des 18.–21. Jahrhunderts [Private Narratives: Forms and Functions of Privacy in the Literature of the 18th–21st Centuries], eds. Steffen Burk, Tatiana Klepikova, and Miriam Piegsa, Berlin: Peter Lang, pp. 1–340. https://doi.org/10.3726/b13867

2018.   Privatheit in der digitalen Gesellschaft [Privacy in a Digital Society], eds. Steffen Burk, Martin Hennig, Benjamin Heurich, Tatiana Klepikova, Miriam Piegsa, Manuela Sixt, and Kai Erik Trost, Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 1–342.
Series: “Internetrecht und Digitale Gesellschaft” [Internet Law and Digital Society].

 

Translated Books

2021.   Contemporary Queer Plays by Russian Playwrights, ed. and transl. by Tatiana Klepikova. London/New York: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, pp. i–xvii, 1–291. https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/contemporary-queer-plays-by-russian-playwrights-9781350203785/

 

Single-Authored Refereed Articles and Book Chapters

2021. “Foreword: Landscapes of Russian Queer Drama.” In Contemporary Queer Plays by Russian Playwrights, ed. and transl. by Tatiana Klepikova. London/New York: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama.

2021. “(Trans-)Forming Gender Ideologies through Performance in Russia: Cyberfeminist Somatexts of the Maailmanloppu Theatre.” In The Palgrave Handbook of Queer and Trans Feminisms in Contemporary Performance,eds. Tiina Rosenberg, Sandra D’Urso, and Anna Renée Winget. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9783030695545

2018.   “Digital Russians’ Home and Agora: The Runet Between the Private and the Public Spheres.” In Privatheit in der digitalen Gesellschaft [Privacy in a Digital Society], eds. Steffen Burk, Martin Hennig, Benjamin Heurich, Tatiana Klepikova, Miriam Piegsa, Manuela Sixt, and Kai Erik Trost. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 235–57.

2018.   “Privatheit und Überwachung. Vorbemerkungen” [Privacy and Surveillance: An Introduction]. In Privates Erzählen: Formen und Funktionen von Privatheit in der Literatur des 18.–21. Jahrhunderts [Private Narratives: Forms and Functions of Privacy in the Literature of the 18th–21st Centuries], eds. Steffen Burk, Tatiana Klepikova, and Miriam Piegsa. Berlin: Peter Lang, pp. 173–78. https://doi.org/10.3726/b13867

2015.   “Privacy as They Saw It: Private Spaces in the Soviet Union of the 1920–1930s in Foreign Travelogues.” Zeitschrift für Slavische Philologie 71 (2), pp. 353–389.
https://zsph.winter-verlag.de/article/ZSPH/2015/2/6

 

Co-authored Refereed Articles and Book Chapters

2021.   Cassandra Hartblay and Tatiana Klepikova, “Bodyminds Online: Digitally Mediated Selves in Regional Cultural Context.” In Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media 21, special issue “Digital Selves: Embodiment and Subjectivity in New Media Cultures in Central Europe and Eurasia,” guest eds. Cassandra Hartblay and Tatiana Klepikova. https://www.digitalicons.org/issue21/bodyminds-online-digitally-mediated-selves-in-regional-cultural-context/

2021.   Tatiana Klepikova and Cassandra Hartblay, “Editorial.” In Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media 21, special issue “Digital Selves: Embodiment and Subjectivity in New Media Cultures in Central Europe and Eurasia,” guest eds. Cassandra Hartblay and Tatiana Klepikova. https://www.digitalicons.org/issue21/editorial-issue-21/

2020.   Tatiana Klepikova and Lukas Raabe, “On Privacy and Its ‘Comfort Zones’: Revisiting State Socialist Contexts.” In Outside the “Comfort Zone”: Performances and Discourses of Privacy in Late Socialist Europe, eds. Tatiana Klepikova and Lukas Raabe. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, pp. 1–23. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110606874-001

 

Conference Proceedings

2020.   “‘If a Cutie, Then Always Misha’: Evgenii Kharitonov’s Queer Masculinities” In
Go East! LGBTQ+ Literature in Eastern Europe, edited by Alojzija Zupan Sosič and Andrej Zavrl. Ljubljana: Ljubljana University Press, Faculty of Arts, pp. 72–79. https://doi.org/10.4312/9789610603108

 

Book Reviews

2021. “Emily Channell-Justice, ed. Decolonizing Queer Experience: LGBT+ Narratives from Eastern Europe and Eurasia. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2020,” Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics.

2021. “What Does It Mean to Be Post-Soviet? Decolonial Art from the Ruins of the Soviet Empire, written by Madina Tlostanova,” The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review.
https://doi.org/10.30965/18763324-BJA10029