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Rosalind P. Blakesley / S.E. Reid, Russian Art and the West (Northern Illinois UP, 2007) 

Nancy Condee, The Imperial Trace. Recent Russian Cinema (Oxford UP, 2009)

Alla Rosenfeld / N. T. Dodge (eds.), Art Baltics. The Struggle for Freedom of Artistic Expression Under the Soviets, 1945-1991  (Rutgers UP, 2001) 

James Westcott. When Marina Abramović Dies (MIT Press, 2010)

Sheila Skaff, The Law of the Looking Glass. Cinema in Poland 1896-1939 (Ohio University Press, 2008)

Gender Check exhib. cat.

Günter Adge/A.Schwarz (ed.), Die rote Traumfabrik. Meschrabpom-Film und Prometheus. 1921-1936 (Berlin: Deutsche Kinemathek, 2012)

Zofia Ban / Hedvig Turaj (ed.), Exposed Memories. Family Pictures in Private and Collective Memory (Budapest: CE Press, 2010)

Djurdja Bartlett, Fashion East: The Spectre that Haunted Socialism (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2010)

Boris Groys, History Becomes Form (Cambridge: MIT Press, 2010)

Marc James Leger, Brave New Avant Garde. Essays on Contemporary Art and Politics (Winchester/UK: Zero, 2012)

Sanja Ivekovic, Practice Makes the Master (exhib.cat. Muzeum sztuki, 2009)

M. Jesse Jackson, The Experimental Group. Ilya Kabakov, Moscow Conceptualism, Soviet Avant-Gardes (Chicago: U of Chicago Press, 2010)

Mari Laanemets, Zwischen westlicher Moderne und sowjetischer Avantgarde. Inoffizielle Kunst in Estland 1969-1978 (Berlin: Gebr. Mann, 2011)

Peter McCarthy, Writing Diaspora in the West (London: Palgrave, 2009)

Bojana Pejic, Gender Check: Reader (Köln: Walther König, 2010)

N. Skakov / A. Sabitov (ed.), 14 Essays Inspired by the Sculptures of Erkin Mergenov (Stuttgart: Ibidem, 2010)

Alise Tifentale, The Photograph as Art in Lithuania (Riga: Neputns, 2011)

C. Vatulescu, Police Aesthetics. Literature, Film, and the Secret Police in Soviet Times (Stanford: Stanford UP, 2010)

The Georgraphies of Art History in the Baltic Region. Special Issue of Kunstiteaduslikke Uurimusi / Studies on Art and Architecture 2010, kd 19/3-3

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