Zina Gimpelevich

Germanic and Slavic Studies
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, Ontario
N2L 3G1, Canada

Articles

Articles in Scholarly Refereed Journals and/or Refereed Proceedings (parts of monographs)

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Portrayal of Litvaks (Biełarusian Jews) in Biełarusian Literature” Accepted for publication in Proceedings of the Symposium: Between the Lands. From Poland to Russia via Biełaruś and Ukraine: a journey through cinema, history, literature, memory and music. School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London (16 pages). Editor: Dr. Jim Dingley.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “A Biełarusian Who Did Not Fail His Humanity.” ,Biełarusian Review (BR), Special Jewish Issue. New York: Biełarusian Review, 2016, pp. 62-74. (English).

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Selected Use of Vikonyms and Urbanonyms in Shtetls and Miastečka (s) as Reflected in Biełarusian Literature.” Regional Onomastic: Problems and Perspectives. Scholarly Articles. Eds.: А.М. Mezenko, Е.А. Zajcevа, О.V. Sheverinova. Vitebsk: BGU, 2016, pp. 222-226. (English).

R. Gimpelevich, Z. Foreword to Biełarus (Literary almanac of Biełarusian writers abroad), “Roads of almanac Biełarus in 2015.” New York: Biełarus, 2015, 6-7. (Biełarusian).

R. Thesis of the paper, given at XV International Congress of Slavists (Minsk, Belarus, 20-27 August 2013) is published in the Congress’s refereed proceedings: Vol. II (Minsk: Belaruskaia navuka, 2013) 63.

R.“Natalla Arsieńnieva's poem ''Akcyja" is published in refereed proceedings // Беларуска-руска-польскае супастаўляльнае мовазнаўства, літаратуразнаўства, культуралогія: зборнік навуковых артыкулаў / склад. Г.М. Мезенка, С.У. Нікалаенка; пад навук.рэд. Г.М.Мезенка. Віцебск: ВДУ імя П.М.Машэрава, 2013. -- PP. 332-336.

R. Z. Gimpelevich “MY MOTHERLAND IS IN MY SOUL” Editorial (invited) for April’s issue of BR. (Belarusian Review, London, UK; April-May) 2014. 8 pages.

R. Z. Gimpelevich: “Jurka Vićbič: A Question of Alternative Biography” Canadian Slavonic Papers. Vol. L.V, NOs 1-2, 2013, 101-129.

R. Z. Gimpelevich. “Źmitrok Biadulia: A Belarusian Jewish Writer Who Was Loved by Many.” Cajtryft, EHU: Vilnius) Volume 8, 2013, 131-159.

R. Gimpelevich, Z.: “Jurka Vićbič: A Question of Alternative Biography” (Canadian Slavonic Papers), 2013, in print; it will be published in a special issue of CSP which will include articles of Canadian contributors to International Congress of Slavists, 2013, Minsk (Quinquennial). My paper’s tentative title is “Jews in Vicbich’s Works.”

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Źmitrok Biadulia: A Belarusian Jewish Writer Who Was Loved by Many” (Cajtryft, EHU: Vilnius), 2013.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. A complete “Interview with Vasil Bykaŭ of 2001” (100 pp.) is translated from Russian and English to Belarusian, and is accepted for publication by Dzejasloŭ (Belarusian leading academic journal);expected date of publication is 2012.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Changing a Canon: The Image of the Jew in Vasil Bykaǔ’s Military Prose” Cajtšryft  Vilnius: EHU . 6 .1. ( 2011): 138-58.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Valentin Annenskii-Krivich. 1880-1936. Biography.” Proceedings, 7th Annual Ioffe Readings. Research and Information Centre Memorial and European University, 2010,        St. Petersburg, 95-104.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. Defiance and its Hollywood Representation”/ Трактоўка ў Галівудзе кнігі Няхамы Тэг Непакорныя. Acceptedin MAB’s proceedings (International Association of Belarusists), V World Congress of Belarusists (accepted).

R. Gimpelevich, Z. «Poète et  fils de poète en même temps».  Accepted by La Revue Russe, Paris, is to be published in 2012.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. Childhood. Vasilek (Detstvo. Vasilek; in Russian) ARP Albaruthenica Rossica Polonica. Vitebsk:  Vitebski Dziarzhauny Universitet, 5.2 (2009): 121-127.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Nostalgia about the Future.” Proceedings, symposium on Higher Education and Civil Society in Belarus. Southwestern College Centre for Belarusian Studies. Southwestern College, Winfield, Kansas October 6-7, 2009.  Accepted.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Dimensional Spaces in Alexander Solzhenitsyn’s Dvesti let vmeste” (Two   hundred years together), Canadian Slavonic Papers.  3-4(2006): 233-60.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Vasil Bykaŭ’s  The Wolves’ Pit: Flora and Fauna are Not What They Used to Be in Belaruś.” Vitebski Dziarzhauny Universitet, 2.Albaruthenica Rossica Polonica. Vitebsk:  (2006): 385-389.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. Dzviescie hadou imperskaj fanaberyji (Two Hundred Years of Imperial Arrogance).  ARCHE 6 (2005): 311-315.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “G. Ivanov and A. Skaldin.” An Abstract in proceedings: ARP Albaruthenica  Rossica Polonica, Vitebsk: Vitebski Dziarzhauny Universitet, 5.2 (2003): 134-136.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Georgii Ivanov i ego okruzhenie” (G. Ivanov and His Circle), Vestnik. 4 (2003): 119-124.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Aleksei Dmitrievich Skaldin: His Life and Works,” New Zealand Slavonic Journal. (2003): 29-40.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “I love you very much, Aleksii: Letters of Georgii Ivanov to Aleksei Skaldin,” with V. Kreyd (Z. Gimpelevich’s part is 95%), The New Review. 222  (2001): 53-100.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Vasil Bykaŭ’s Belarusian Pilgrimage,” Canadian Slavonic Papers. 3 (2000): 343-362.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “An interview with Vasil Bykaŭ, 1995.” Zapisy; New York: The Belarusian Institute of Arts and Sciences. 23 (1999): 66-76.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “An interview with Vasil Bykaŭ, 1996.” Zapisy; New York: The Belarusian Institute of Arts and Sciences. 23 (1999): 77-93.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “A. Skaldin’s letters to V. Ivanov,” with V. Kreyd (Z. Gimpelevich’s part is 98%), The New Review.  212 (1998): 135-192.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “A. Skaldin ‘O pzavoslavii, samoderzhavii i narodnosti (About Orthodoxy, Autocracy, and National Traits)’ with foreword and comments, The New Review. 210 (1998): 124-160.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “We’ and ‘I’ in Zamyatin’s We and Rand’s Anthem,” Germano-Slavica. 10  (1997): 13-23.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Vasil Bykov povestvvuet belorusskost” (Vasil Bykaǔ narrates Belarusannes) Vicebsk: Albaruthenica Rossica Polonica (1997): 123-129.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. ““Inteligent u Maistru i Margaryce M. Bulgakava,” (The member of the Intelligentsia in Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita), Vestnik. 2 (1997): 32-37.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “The Tradition of ‘Poor Folk’ in Bykaǔ’s Recent Short Stories.” Zapisy; New York: The Belarusian Institute of Arts and Sciences. 22 (1996): 59-67.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “The Absence of Female Characters in Ehrenburg’s Julio Jurenito,” Irish Slavonic  Studies.  17 (1996): 101-115.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Skaldin, Bulgakov, and Rushdie,” Canadian-American Slavic Studies. 30 (1996): 69-80.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Cases of Schizophrenia in The Master and Margarita,” Germano-Slavica. 9.2 (1996): 65-77.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Vasil Bykaŭ’s The Wolves’ Pit: Flora and Fauna are Not What They Used to Be in Belaruś.” Vicebsk: Albaruthenica Rossica Polonica (2006): 385-389.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “The Intelligentsia:  What It Used To Be and What It Is in Aksenov’s Skazhi izium,” Canadian Slavonic Papers.  37 (1995): 201-217.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Tradicionnyj tip bednogo cheloveka: Gogol, Dostoevskii i Bykaŭ”  Selected Papers. Poznan: University of Poznan (1995): 187-194.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Aleksei Dmitrievich Skaldin: His Life and Works. New Zealand Slavonic Journal. (2003): 29-40.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Belarus: Five Years after Chernobyl,” Zapisy; New York: The Belarusian Institute of Arts and Sciences. 20 (1992): 24-29.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Nina Tabidze: Vospominaniia o Borise Pasternake.” Boris Pasternak. Northfield: Norwich University, 1991, 237-262.

R. Gimpelevich, Z. “Uladzimit Karatkievich” Zapisy; New York: The Belarusian Institute of Arts and Sciences. 19 (1989): 113-124.

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