Professor Joe Andrew

Title: Professor of Literature and Culture
Phone: +44 (0) 1782 733291
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Location: CBB2.058
Role: MCC/FILM STUDIES SSLC convenor; MCC Special Subject co-ordinator; member of RI Board; member of RI PG Committee; Modern Languages Library liaison; Humanities elected senator; Chair of SCEACE.Senior Lecturer in Film Studies.
Contacting me: Appointment by email or drop in any time.
Joe Andrew

I have worked at Keele since my first appointment as Lecturer in Russian in 1972. I was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 1989, and to Reader in 1993. I was awarded a personal chair in January 1995.

My research concentrates on nineteenth-century Russian literature and I have an international reputation as a leading specialist in issues of gender in Russian literature. Recently, I have also moved into cinema research, and have already published three refereed articles in this field.

Current Projects

Robert Reid and I are currently editing for publication two volumes of papers from the 2006 conference on Turgenev: ‘Turgenev and His Contemporaries’. I am also currently engaged on a collaborative volume on women in nineteenth-century Russian literature with American and Finnish specialists.

Supervisory Expertise

  • Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Russian Culture
  • Gender and Russian Culture

Selected Publications

  • Andrew J. 2009. Joost van Baak. The House in Russian Literature: A Mythopoetic Exploration. Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol. 51(4), 610-611.
  • Andrew J. 2009. Young Pushkin: A Novel. The Modern Language Review, vol. 104(4), 1205-1206.
  • Andrew J. 2009. Sang Hyun Kim, Aleksandr Pushkin's The Tales of Belkin: Formalist and Structuralist Readings and Beyond the Literary Theories. The Russian Review, vol. 68(3), 516-517. doi>
  • Andrew J. 2009. Aleksei Uchitel’: The Captive (Plennyi, 2008). KinoKultura, vol. 24.
  • Andrew J. 2009. 'Foreword'. In How Dostoevsky portrays women in his novels. Briggs KJ (Ed.). Edwin Mellen Pr.

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Books

  • Andrew J, Offord D, Reid R. 2008. Turgenev and Russian culture. Rodopi Bv Editions.
  • ANDREW JM. 2007. Narrative, Space and Gender in Russian Fiction: 1846-1903. Rodopi.
  • Andrew J and Reid R. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). 2006. Chekhov 2004: Volume 2: Chekhov and Others. (vol. 11). Essays in Poetics.
  • Andrew J and Reid R. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). 2005. Chekhov 2004: Volume 1: Aspects of Chekhov. (vol. 10). Essays in Poetics.
  • Joe Andrew and Robert Reid. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). 2004. Gogol 2002. Volume 2: Aspects of Gogol. Essays in Poetics, Staffordshire.
  • Joe Andrew and Robert Reid. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). 2003. Gogol 2002. Volume 1: Gogol and Others. Essays in Poetics, Staffordshire.
  • Joe Andrew and Robert Reid. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). 2003. Two Hundred Years of Pushkin. Volume 3: Pushkin's Legacy. Rodopi, Amsterdam - New York.
  • Joe Andrew and Robert Reid. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). 2003. Two Hundred Years of Pushkin. Volume 1: 'Pushkin's Secret': Russian Writers Reread and Rewrite Pushkin. Rodopi, Amsterdam - New York.
  • Andrew J and Reid R. 2003. Two Hundred Years of Pushkin. Volume 2: Alexander Pushkin: Myth and Monument. Rodopi.
  • Joe Andrew and Robert Reid. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). 2003. Two Hundred Years of Pushkin. Volume 2: Alexander Pushkin: Myth and Monument. Rodopi, Amsterdam - New York.
  • Andrew J, Livingstone A, Reid R. 2002. Essays in Poetics: The Journal of the British Neo formalist Circle. (vol. 27).

Journal Articles

  • Andrew J. 2009. Joost van Baak. The House in Russian Literature: A Mythopoetic Exploration. Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol. 51(4), 610-611.
  • Andrew J. 2009. Young Pushkin: A Novel. The Modern Language Review, vol. 104(4), 1205-1206.
  • Andrew J. 2009. Sang Hyun Kim, Aleksandr Pushkin's The Tales of Belkin: Formalist and Structuralist Readings and Beyond the Literary Theories. The Russian Review, vol. 68(3), 516-517. doi>
  • Andrew J. 2009. Aleksei Uchitel’: The Captive (Plennyi, 2008). KinoKultura, vol. 24.
  • Andrew J. 2009. University Theses in Russian, Soviet and East European Studies 1907-2006: A Centennial Bibliography of Research in the British Isles. The Modern Language Review, vol. 104(1), 302-304.
  • Andrew J. 2008. Writing as Exorcism: The Personal Codes of Pushkin, Lermontov, and Gogol. The Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 86(1), 136-137.
  • ANDREW JM. 2007. 'Birth Equals Rebirth? Space, Narrative, and Gender in The Commissar'. Studies in Russian and Soviet Cinema, vol. 1(1), 27-44. doi>
  • Andrew JM. 2007. Dimitry's Shade: A Reading of Alexander Pushkin's 'Boris Godunv'. Modern Language Review, vol. 102(1), 294-295.
  • Andrew J. 2006. Russkii Formalizm. Metodolgicheskaia rekonstruktsia razvitiia na osnove printsipa ostraeniia. Slavic and East European Journal, vol. 50(3), 517-518.
  • Andrew J. 2006. Women and Gender in 18th-Century Russia. The Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 84(4), 762-763.
  • Andrew J. 2006. "Approaches to Teaching Tolstoy's 'Anna Karenina'". Modern Language Review, vol. 101(1), 304-305.
  • Andrew J. 2006. "Finding the Middle Ground. Krestovskii, Tur, and the Power of Ambivalence in Nineteenth Century Russian Women's Prose" by Jehanne M. Gheith. Slavic Review, vol. 65(1), 210-211.
  • Andrew J, Van Baak J, Brouwer S. 2005. "Discipline and punish": the body as a site for Stalinism in Burnt by the Sun (Utomlennye solntsem). In Body, Spirit, Soul in Russian Culture and Literature, vol. 54, 351-372.
  • Andrew J. 2005. "Pushkin and The Genres of Madness. The Masterpieces of 1833" by Gary Rosensheild. Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 83(4), 733-734.
  • Joe A. 2004. A History of Women's Writing in Russia in Slavonic and East European Review. vol. 82(2), 322-324.
  • Andrew J. 2004. 'Discipline and Punish': The Body as a Site for Stalinism in Burnt by the Sun (Utomlennye solntsem). Blok, The International Journal of Stalinism and Post-Stalinist Culture, vol. 3, 90-115.
  • Joe A. 2004. Gogol: Exploring Absence, Negativity in 19th Century Russian Literature in Slavonic and East European Review. vol. 82(4), 944-945.
  • Joe A. 2004. The Epistolary Novel in Eighteenth-Century Russia in Slavonic and East European Review. vol. 82(4), 941-942.
  • ANDREW JM. 2003. '"Pesni nužny nam: nikto ne vidit konca vojne": A Structural Analysis of Isaak Babel's "The Song"'. Russian Literature , vol. 54(1-3), 9-23. doi>
  • Joe A. 2003. David Herman: Poverty of the Imagination: Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature about the Poor. Modern Language Review, vol. 98(3), 801-802.
  • Joe A. 2002. Julian Graffy: Gogol's 'The Overcoat'. Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 80(1), 114-115.
  • Joe A. 2002. Neil Cornwell (ed): The Gothic-Fantastic in Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature. The Modern Language Review, vol. 97(1), 247-248.
  • Joe A. 2002. Same Time, Same Place: Some Reflections on the Chronotope and Gender in Dostoevsky's White Nights'. New Zealand Slavonic Journal.
  • Joe A. 2002. Wendy Rosslyn: 'Feats of Agreeable Usefulness: Translations by Russian Women, 1763-1825. Slavonica, vol. 8(2), 214-215.
  • Andrew JM. 2001. Aileen M. Kelly: Views From The Other Shore. Essays on Herzen, Chekhov, and Bakhtin. Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 79(2), 321-322.
  • Andrew JM. 2001. Elspeth Reid (ED.) 'Edinburgh Essays on Russia. Celebrating 50 years of Russian Studies'. Slavonica, vol. 7(2), 113-114.
  • Andrew JM. 2001. Svetlana Grenier: 'Representing the Marginal Woman in Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature'. The Russian Review, vol. 60(4), 642.
  • Andrew JM. 2001. Vladimir Golstein: Lermontov's Narratives of Heroism. Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 79(2), 316-318.
  • ANDREW JM. 1980. PECHORIN - AN ESSAY ON LERMONTOV A 'HERO OF OUR TIME' - TURNER,CJG. MODERN LANGUAGE REVIEW, vol. 75(APR), 467-468. link> doi>
  • ANDREW JM. 1975. STRUCTURE AND STYLE IN THE SHORT-STORY - BABEL 'MY FIRST GOOSE'. MODERN LANGUAGE REVIEW, vol. 70(2), 366-379. link> doi>

Chapters

  • Andrew J. 2009. 'Foreword'. In How Dostoevsky portrays women in his novels. Briggs KJ (Ed.). Edwin Mellen Pr.
  • Andrew J. 2008. Death and the Maiden: Narrative, Space, Gender and Identity in Asia. In Turgenev and Russian culture. Andrew J, Offord D, Reid R (Eds.). Rodopi Bv Editions.
  • Andrew J. 2008. Introduction: Turgenev and Russian Culture. In Turgenev and Russian culture. Andrew J, Offord D, Reid R (Eds.). Rodopi Bv Editions.
  • Andrew J. 2008. "Silent Witness": A Study of Male and Female Identity in Krotkaja. In Literature and beyond. Haard ED, Stelleman J, Honselaar W, Weststeijn WG (Eds.). Amsterdam : Pegasus, 2008..
  • Andrew J and Reid R. 2006. Preface. In Chekhov 2004: Volume 2: Chekhov and Others. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). Essays in Poetics.
  • Andrew J. 2005. '"I love you dear captive": gender and narrative in versions of The Prisoner of the Caucasus'. In Russian and Soviet Adaptations of Literature, 1900-2001. Hutchings S and Vernitski A (Eds.). RoutledgeCurzon.
  • Andrew J and Reid R. 2005. Preface. In Chekhov 2004: Volume 1: Aspects of Chekhov. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.).
  • Joe A. 2004. 'Metaliterary Aspects of Mar'ia Zuhokova's Evenings by the Karpovka. In Lotmanovskii sbornik. Kiesleva LN, Leibov RG, Fraiman TN (Eds.). OGI, Moscow.
  • Joe Andrew and Robert Reid. 2004. 'Preface' in Gogol 2002. Volume 2: Aspects of Gogol. In Essays in Poetics Publications, Volume 9, 2004. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). Essays in Poetics, Staffordshire.
  • Andrew J. 2003. "A vak latni fog": narracio es nemi szerep a Tamanyban. In Ujragondolni a Roamntikat. Hansag A and Hermann Z (Eds.). Kijarat.
  • Joe A. 2003. [She] was brought up on French novels and, consequently, was in love: Russian Writers Reading and Writing Pushkin. In Two Hundred Years of Pushkin. Volume 1: 'Pushkin's Secret': Russian Writers Reread and Rewrite Pushkin. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). Rodopi, Amsterdam - New York.
  • Joe Andrew and Robert Reid. 2003. 'Introduction: Pushkin's Legacy' in Two Hundred Years of Pushkin. Volume 3: Pushkin's Legacy. In Volume 3: Pushkin's Legacy. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). Rodopi, Amsterdam - New York.
  • Joe A. 2003. 'Introduction: Pushkin's Secret'. In Two Hundred Years of Pushkin. Volume 1: 'Pushkin's Secret': Russian Writers Reread and Rewrite Pushkin. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). Rodopi, Amsterdam - New York.
  • Joe Andrew and Robert Reid. 2003. 'Preface' in Gogol 2002. Volume 1: Gogol and Others. In Essays in Poetics Publications. Andrew J and Reid R (Eds.). Essays in Poetics, Staffordshire.
  • Joe A. 2002. Introduction. In Anton Chekhov: Selected Stories. Wordsworth Classics, Ware, Hertfordshire. doi>
  • ANDREW JM. 2002. 'Telling Tales. Zhukova as a Metaliterary Author'. In Vieldeutiges Nicht-Zu-Ende-Sprechen Thesen Und Momentaufnahmen Aus Der Geschichte Russischer Dichterinnen . Rosenholm A and Gopfert F (Eds.). Gopfert.
  • Andrew JM. 2001. 'A Crocodile in Flannel or a Dancing Monkey': The Image of Russian Women Writers, 1790-1850. In Gender in Russian History and Culture. Edmondson L (Ed.). Palgrave, Houndmills.
  • European Cinema
  • Politics and Cinema
  • Whither Russia?
  • Sources and Debates
  • Psychological Realism in Russian Literature
  • British Cinema
  • Special Study in MCC