Dr Natalia Jonsson-Skradol

Publications

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Number of items: 25.

2022

Dobrenko, E. and Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2022) State Laughter: Stalinism, Populism, and Origins of Soviet Culture. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780198840411 (doi: 10.1093/oso/9780198840411.001.0001)

2018

Dobrenko, E. and Jonsson-Skradol, N. (Eds.) (2018) Socialist Realism in Central and Eastern European Literatures under Stalin: Institutions, Dynamics, Discourses. Anthem Press: London. ISBN 9781783086979

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2018) The salon in the camp: friendship societies and the literary public sphere in the SBZ and early GDR. In: Dobrenko, E. and Jonsson-Skradol, N. (eds.) Socialist Realism in Central and Eastern European Literatures Under Stalin: Institutions, Dynamics, Discourses. Anthem Press: London. ISBN 9781783086979

2017

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2017) ‘Millions of friends’: friendship and the public sphere in post-war East Germany. AMITY: The Journal of Friendship Studies, 4(1), pp. 1-15. (doi: 10.5518/AMITY/19)

2016

Skradol, N. (2016) A matter of definition: the birth of socialist realism in the West. Critique and Humanism, 46(2), pp. 261-280.

2014

Skradol', N.'i. (2014) The gnomes of Stalinism, or an epistemology of Soviet wit. Russian Studies in Literature, 50(2), pp. 63-91. (doi: 10.2753/RSL1061-1975500204)

2013

Skradol, N. (2013) “The great migration of seriousness”: Demʼjan Bednyj and the early Soviet propaganda. Russian Literature, 73(3), pp. 443-465. (doi: 10.1016/j.ruslit.2013.04.006)

Skradol, N. (2013) Forbidden zones and zones of prohibition: a semiology of prohibitions in labor camps. New Literary Review, 119,

Skradol, N. (2013) Normative satire: Sergei Mikhalkov's fables and the formation of the ideal Soviet citizen. In: Narsky, I.V. (ed.) От великого до смешного... Инструментализация смеха в российской культуре ХХ века = From the Great to the Ridiculous...: an Instrumentalisation of Laughter in 20th Century Russia. Kamennyi poias: Cheliabinsk, Russia.

2012

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2012) Funny enemies: the ‘humorous performative’ in the Stalinist master narrative. Journal of Political Ideologies, 17(3), pp. 281-299. (doi: 10.1080/13569317.2012.716617)

Skradol, N. (2012) Carnival of exception: Gabriele D'Annunzio's “dialogues with the crowd”. Rhetorica, 30(1), pp. 74-93. (doi: 10.1525/rh.2012.30.1.74)

2011

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2011) Fascism and kitsch: The Nazi campaign against Kitsch. German Studies Review, 34(3), pp. 595-612.

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2011) “There is nothing funny about it”: laughing law at Stalin’s party plenum. Slavic Review, 70(2), pp. 334-352. (doi: 10.5612/slavicreview.70.2.0334)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2011) The light genre of Stalinism: Soviet folklore and its discontents. Slavonica, 17(1), pp. 15-29. (doi: 10.1179/136174211X12947603262525)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2011) "Life has become merrier": Stalinist Chastushkas and the production of the "Ideal Soviet Subject" = «Жить стало веселее»: сталинская частушка и производство «идеального советского субъекта». New Literary Review, 108(2),

2009

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2009) Non-working, communism and carnival: reading Andrei Platonov's Chevengur with Bakhtin. Slavonic and East European Review, 87(4), pp. 601-628. (doi: 10.1353/see.2009.0001)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2009) Exilic symptoms in the wolf-man's memoirs. Life Writing, 6(2), pp. 243-258. (doi: 10.1080/14484520902931024)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2009) Remembering Stalin: mythopoetic elements in memories of the Soviet dictator. Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions, 10(1), pp. 19-41. (doi: 10.1080/14690760903105307)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2009) Homus Novus: the New Man as allegory. Utopian Studies, 20(1), pp. 41-74. (doi: 10.2307/20719929)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2009) Laughing with comrade Stalin: an analysis of laughter in a Soviet newspaper report. Russian Review, 68(1), pp. 26-48. (doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9434.2009.00511.x)

2006

Jonsson-Skradol, N., Elata-Alster, G. and Maoz, B. (2006) Narcissism and Creativity: The Function of Triangulation in Franz Rosenzweig's Life and Work: The Gritli Letters. In: Schmied-Kowarzik, W. (ed.) Franz Rosenzweigs "neues Denken". Karl Alber. ISBN 9783495481851

Sicher, E. and Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2006) A world neither brave nor new: reading dystopian fiction after 9/11. Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas, 4(1), pp. 151-179. (doi: 10.1353/pan.0.0057)

2005

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2005) Visions of a New Land: Soviet Film from the Revolution to the Second World War. Utopian Studies, 16(2), pp. 287-290. (doi: 10.2307/20718742)[Book Review]

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2005) Peter Greenaway and Walter Benjamin: visual quoting, hieroglyphic montage and the arcades project. Film and Philosophy, 9, pp. 94-112. (doi: 10.5840/filmphil2005911)

2004

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2004) Adaptation, ‘adaptation’, and adaptation: Zizek and the commonplace. Film-Philosophy, 8(2), (doi: 10.3366/film.2004.0017)

This list was generated on Sun Apr 14 15:45:36 2024 BST.
Number of items: 25.

Articles

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2017) ‘Millions of friends’: friendship and the public sphere in post-war East Germany. AMITY: The Journal of Friendship Studies, 4(1), pp. 1-15. (doi: 10.5518/AMITY/19)

Skradol, N. (2016) A matter of definition: the birth of socialist realism in the West. Critique and Humanism, 46(2), pp. 261-280.

Skradol', N.'i. (2014) The gnomes of Stalinism, or an epistemology of Soviet wit. Russian Studies in Literature, 50(2), pp. 63-91. (doi: 10.2753/RSL1061-1975500204)

Skradol, N. (2013) “The great migration of seriousness”: Demʼjan Bednyj and the early Soviet propaganda. Russian Literature, 73(3), pp. 443-465. (doi: 10.1016/j.ruslit.2013.04.006)

Skradol, N. (2013) Forbidden zones and zones of prohibition: a semiology of prohibitions in labor camps. New Literary Review, 119,

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2012) Funny enemies: the ‘humorous performative’ in the Stalinist master narrative. Journal of Political Ideologies, 17(3), pp. 281-299. (doi: 10.1080/13569317.2012.716617)

Skradol, N. (2012) Carnival of exception: Gabriele D'Annunzio's “dialogues with the crowd”. Rhetorica, 30(1), pp. 74-93. (doi: 10.1525/rh.2012.30.1.74)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2011) Fascism and kitsch: The Nazi campaign against Kitsch. German Studies Review, 34(3), pp. 595-612.

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2011) “There is nothing funny about it”: laughing law at Stalin’s party plenum. Slavic Review, 70(2), pp. 334-352. (doi: 10.5612/slavicreview.70.2.0334)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2011) The light genre of Stalinism: Soviet folklore and its discontents. Slavonica, 17(1), pp. 15-29. (doi: 10.1179/136174211X12947603262525)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2011) "Life has become merrier": Stalinist Chastushkas and the production of the "Ideal Soviet Subject" = «Жить стало веселее»: сталинская частушка и производство «идеального советского субъекта». New Literary Review, 108(2),

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2009) Non-working, communism and carnival: reading Andrei Platonov's Chevengur with Bakhtin. Slavonic and East European Review, 87(4), pp. 601-628. (doi: 10.1353/see.2009.0001)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2009) Exilic symptoms in the wolf-man's memoirs. Life Writing, 6(2), pp. 243-258. (doi: 10.1080/14484520902931024)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2009) Remembering Stalin: mythopoetic elements in memories of the Soviet dictator. Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions, 10(1), pp. 19-41. (doi: 10.1080/14690760903105307)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2009) Homus Novus: the New Man as allegory. Utopian Studies, 20(1), pp. 41-74. (doi: 10.2307/20719929)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2009) Laughing with comrade Stalin: an analysis of laughter in a Soviet newspaper report. Russian Review, 68(1), pp. 26-48. (doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9434.2009.00511.x)

Sicher, E. and Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2006) A world neither brave nor new: reading dystopian fiction after 9/11. Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas, 4(1), pp. 151-179. (doi: 10.1353/pan.0.0057)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2005) Peter Greenaway and Walter Benjamin: visual quoting, hieroglyphic montage and the arcades project. Film and Philosophy, 9, pp. 94-112. (doi: 10.5840/filmphil2005911)

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2004) Adaptation, ‘adaptation’, and adaptation: Zizek and the commonplace. Film-Philosophy, 8(2), (doi: 10.3366/film.2004.0017)

Books

Dobrenko, E. and Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2022) State Laughter: Stalinism, Populism, and Origins of Soviet Culture. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780198840411 (doi: 10.1093/oso/9780198840411.001.0001)

Book Sections

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2018) The salon in the camp: friendship societies and the literary public sphere in the SBZ and early GDR. In: Dobrenko, E. and Jonsson-Skradol, N. (eds.) Socialist Realism in Central and Eastern European Literatures Under Stalin: Institutions, Dynamics, Discourses. Anthem Press: London. ISBN 9781783086979

Skradol, N. (2013) Normative satire: Sergei Mikhalkov's fables and the formation of the ideal Soviet citizen. In: Narsky, I.V. (ed.) От великого до смешного... Инструментализация смеха в российской культуре ХХ века = From the Great to the Ridiculous...: an Instrumentalisation of Laughter in 20th Century Russia. Kamennyi poias: Cheliabinsk, Russia.

Jonsson-Skradol, N., Elata-Alster, G. and Maoz, B. (2006) Narcissism and Creativity: The Function of Triangulation in Franz Rosenzweig's Life and Work: The Gritli Letters. In: Schmied-Kowarzik, W. (ed.) Franz Rosenzweigs "neues Denken". Karl Alber. ISBN 9783495481851

Book Reviews

Jonsson-Skradol, N. (2005) Visions of a New Land: Soviet Film from the Revolution to the Second World War. Utopian Studies, 16(2), pp. 287-290. (doi: 10.2307/20718742)[Book Review]

Edited Books

Dobrenko, E. and Jonsson-Skradol, N. (Eds.) (2018) Socialist Realism in Central and Eastern European Literatures under Stalin: Institutions, Dynamics, Discourses. Anthem Press: London. ISBN 9781783086979

This list was generated on Sun Apr 14 15:45:36 2024 BST.