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Oleg Minin (ominin at bard dot edu) is a Visiting Assistant Professor at Bard College. He specializes in Russian literature and art of the first three decades of the 20th c. Professor Minin has published on topics such as literary avant-garde (OBERIU), Soviet literature for children, literature and visual culture of the Russian Silver Age and the Avant-Garde, the periodical satirical press of the Russian fin de siècle, J. Habermas’s social theory, P. Bourdieu’s theory of cultural production and Russian America. His most recent monograph,
One Hundred and One Photographs: E.O. Hoppé and the Ballets Russes (co-authored with John E. Bowlt and Graham Howe) is slated to be published by Iskusstvo XXI vek in the spring of 2018.