Book Thirty-Four


Mikhail Epstein

ISBN: 978-1-891190-34-6
Publication: 2011
Pages: 155

Mikhail N. Epshtein is a literary theorist and critical thinker who moved from the Soviet Union to the United States in 1990. He is the Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Cultural Theory and Russian Literature at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, and has conducted research on the future of humanities through Emory's Center for Humanistic Inquiry. He was founder and director of the Laboratory of Modern Culture in Moscow, and he maintains an array of interdisciplinary websites in the humanities, including (in English) InteLnet, Bank of Interdisciplinary Ideas, and Improvisations (Improvnet). He has authored 20 books and approximately 600 essays and articles, translated into 16 languages. His recent books in English include Transcultural Experiments: Russian and American Models of Creative Communication (with Ellen Berry, 1999), and Cries in the New Wilderness: From the Files of the Moscow Institute of Atheism (2002).

Atelos Catalogue

Raw MaterialsAstrid Lorgange

Totality CantosBrian Ang

WorkBrandon Brown

Weak LinkRob Halpern

YavizaRoberto Harrison

The Rebublic of Exit 43Jennifer Scappettone

Merry HellSara Larsen

Notched SunsetsTim Wood

Journey to the SunBrent Cunningham

PreDictionaryMikhail Epstein

HowellTyrone Williams

One Last DitchErik J. M. Schneider

To After That (Toaf)Renee Gladman

The RoutePatrick Durgin & Jen Hofer

ParseCraig Dworkin

To The CognoscentiTom Mandel

The TransformationJuliana Spahr

NegativityJocelyn Saidenberg

Ultra VioletaLaura Moriarty

City EclogueEd Roberson

Open ClothesSteve Benson

Noh BusinessMurray Edmond

The Up and UpTed Greenwald

BlipSoak01Tan Link

Poetical DictionaryLohren Green

Tis of TheeFanny Howe

PlatformRodrigo Toscano

The CraveKit Robinson

Some Vague WifeKathy Lou Schultz

lighthouseM. Mara-Ann

Gardener of StarsCarla Harryman

ForthcomingJalal Toufic

Alien TattersClark Coolidge

VersimilitudeHung Q. Tu

R-huLeslie Scalapinio

Cable Factory 20Lytle Shaw

Pamela: A NovelPamela Lu

TrueRae Armantrout

Bad HistoryBarrett Watten