(forthcoming in 2021). Contemporary Queer Plays by Russian Playwrights, edited and translated by Tatiana Klepikova (London/New York: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama).

Edited Volumes

Refereed Articles & Chapters

(in print) “(Trans-) Forming Gender Ideologies through Performance: Cyberfeminism and Posthumanism of Maailmanloppu Theatre.” In Palgrave Handbook of Queer and Trans Feminisms in Contemporary Performance, eds. Tiina Rosenberg, Sandra D’Urso, and Anna Renée Winget. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

(in print) “In Search of a Rainbow: Telling a ‘Better Story’ of Queer Women in North Caucasus in the Staging of The Voices.” In Quiet Revolution? Alternative Sexualities in Europe and the Post-Soviet Region, edited by Galina Miazhevich and Maria Brock. London/New York: Routledge.

(accepted). “‘Khrupkii zarodysh muzhestva trogaet’: Nesovershenstvo kak merilo ideal’noi maskulinnosti u Evgeniia Kharitonova” [‘A Fragile Germ of Masculinity is Touching’: Imperfections of Ideal Masculinity in Evgenii Kharitonov’s Work]. In Evgenii Kharitonov (special edited volume in preparation), edited by Vitaly Chernetsky. Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie.

2020. “On Privacy and Its ‘Comfort Zones’: Revisiting State Socialist Contexts.” In Outside the “Comfort Zone”: Performances and Discourses of Privacy in Late Socialist Europe, edited by Tatiana Klepikova and Lukas Raabe. Munich: De Gruyter Oldenbourg (co-authored with Lukas Raabe).

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–21th Centuries], edited by Steffen Burk, Tatiana Klepikova, and Miriam Piegsa. Frankfurt am Main 2018: Peter Lang, pp. 173–78. PDF

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], edited by Steffen Burk et al. Berlin 2018: Duncker & Humblot, pp. 235–57. PDF

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. 353–89. PDF

Non-Refereed Scholarly Contributions

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 2019: Ljubljana University Press, Faculty of Arts. Open-access PDF

2017. “Privacy around the World: Poland, Romania, Nepal.” In Magazin # 8 (Mai 2017) des DFG-Graduiertenkollegs ‘Privatheit und Digitalisierung.’ Passau, PDF edition, pp. 20–21. Available at

2017. “Privacy around the World: Spain, Croatia, Russia.” In Magazin # 7 (Februar 2017) des DFG-Graduiertenkollegs ‘Privatheit und Digitalisierung.’ Passau, PDF edition, pp. 15–16. Available at

2016. “Privacy around the World: Italy, Hungary, Greece.” In Magazin # 6 (Oktober 2016) des DFG-Graduiertenkollegs ‘Privatheit und Digitalisierung.’ Passau, PDF edition, p. 16. Available at

2016. “Privacy around the World: Finland, Ukraine, Syria.” In Magazin # 5 (Mai 2016) des DFG-Graduiertenkollegs ‘Privatheit.’ Passau, PDF edition, p. 15. Available at


Book Projects

(Monograph, revised dissertation). Crossing Soviet Thresholds: Privacy in Late Soviet Literature.

(Monograph, postdoctoral project). Performing Queerness, Performing Russia: Contemporary LGBTQ Theater and Drama as the Nation’s Ghostwriter.