Selected Sources about Samizdat and Dissidence

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Book
Igrunov, V. V. (2005). Antologiia samizdata: Nepodtsenzurnaia literatura v SSSR, 1950-e 1980-e (Vol. 1-3). Moskva: Mezhdunarodnyi in-t gumanitarno-polit. issledovanii.
Misiunas, R. J., & Taagepera, R.. (1993). The Baltic States: Years of Dependence, 1940-1990. Berkelely and Los Angeles: University of California Press.
Tökés, R. L.. (1975). Dissent in the USSR: Politics, Ideology, and People. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Bukovskii, V. (1978). I vozvrashchaetsia veter…. New York: Khronika.
Moyn, S. (2010). The Last Utopia: Human Rights in History. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press.
Sakharov, A. (1990). Memoirs. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.
Savenko, E. N. (2008). Na puti k svobode slova. Ocherki istorii samizdata Sibiri. Novosibirsk: GPNTB SO RAN (Gosudarstvennaia publichnaia nauchno-tekhnicheskaia biblioteka Sibirskogo otdeleniia Rossiiskoi akademii nauk).
Amalrik, A. (1982). Notes of a Revolutionary. New York: Alfred A. Knopf.
Doria, C. (1986). Russian Samizdat Art. New York: Willis Locker and Owens.
O’Keeffe, D., & Szamuely, H.. (2004). Samizdat: based on a discussion at the CRCE. London: Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economies.
Suetnov, A. (1992). Samizdat. Bibliograficheskii ukazatel’ (Vol. 1-2). presented at the 04/1992, Moskva: Tsentr obrazovatel’nykh programm In-ta novykh tekhnologii obrazovaniia.
Strelianyi, A. (1999). Samizdat veka. Moskva: Polifakt.
Smith, S. G. (1984). Songs to Seven Strings: Russian Guitar Poetry and Soviet Mass Song. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press.
Woll, J. (1983). Soviet dissident literature: A critical guide. Boston: G. K. Hall and Co.
Rubenstein, J. (1985). Soviet Dissidents: Their Struggle for Human Rights (2nd ed.). Boston: Beacon Press.
Amalrik, A. (1970). Will the Soviet Union Survive Until 1984?. New York: Harper & Row.
Book Chapter
Komaromi, A. (In Press). Jewish Samizdat - Dissident Texts and the Dynamics of the Jewish Revival in the Soviet Union. In Y. Roi, The Jewish Movement in the Soviet Union. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson Center Press.
Losev, L. (1984). Samizdat i samogon. In Zakrytyi raspredelitel (Tsikl ocherkov) (pp. 139-179). Ann Arbor, MI: Ermitazh.
Krivulin, V. (1999). Zolotoi vek samizdata. In Samizdat veka (pp. 342-354). Moskva: Polifakt.
Conference Proceedings
Dolinin, V., & Ivanov, B.. (1993). Samizdat: Materialy s konferentsii “30 let nezavisimoi pechati: 1950-80 gody”. . 30 let nezavisimoi pechati: 1950-80 gody. Saint Petersburg: NITs “Memorial”.
Journal Article
Konstriktor, B. (1991). Dyshala noch’ samizdatom. Labirint/Ekstsentr, 1, 35-50.
Pospielovsky, D. (1978). From Gosizdat to Samizdat and Tamizdat. Canadian Slavonic Papers, 20, 44-62. presented at the 03/1978.
Telesin, J. (1973). Inside Samizdat. Encounter, 25-33. presented at the 02/1973.
Daniel’, A., Shukshina, E. V., & Gromova, T. V.. (1994). Istorija samizdata. Gosbezopasnost’ i literatura na opyte Rossii i Germanii (SSSR i GDR), 93-104.
Komaromi, A. (In Press). Samizdat and Soviet Dissident Publics. Slavic Review, 71(2).
Komaromi, A. (2008). Samizdat as Extra-Gutenberg Phenomenon. Poetics Today, 29(4), 629-67.
Telesin, J. (1973). Samizdat' in Brief. The Samizdat Bulletin, 1. presented at the 05/1973.
Boiter, A. (1972). Samizdat: Primary source material in the study of current Soviet affairs. Russian Review, 31, 282-285. presented at the 07/1972.
Oushakine, S. (2001). The Terrifying Mimicry of Samizdat. Public Culture, 13, 191-214.
Joo, H. - M. (2004). Voices of freedom: Samizdat. Europe-Asia Studies, 56, 571-594.
Johnston, G. (1999). What is the History of Samizdat?. Social History, 24, 115-133. presented at the 05/1999.