Works Cited: Pushkinskaya-10 (Bernotas)

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Baer, Brian James. Other Russias: Homosexuality and the Crisis of Post-Soviet Identity. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

Baigell, Matthew and Renee. Soviet Dissident Artists: Interviews After Perestroika. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1995.

Bashirov, Aleksandr. Personal Interview. 20 July 2011.

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Kirichenko, Valentina. Personal Interview. 6 July 2011, 11 July 2011

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Kovalsky, Sergey. Personal Interview. 5 July 2011, 11 July 2011

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Lindey, Christine. Art in the Cold War: From Vladivostok to Kalamazoo, 1945-1962. New York: New Amsterdam Books, 1990.

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Sudnik, Nikolai. Personal Interview. 20 July 2011

Sokolova, Natalya. Personal Interview. 18 July 2011

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Works cited: Red Banner Textile Factory (Bernardo)

Hunter, Richard and Ita Heinze-Greenberg Ita. “On the Early Sketches of Eric Mendelson.” The Structurist (2005/2006): 69.

Kostis Velonis, “Landmark study records visionary architecture from the early years of the Soviet Union,” Home page. 30 October 2008. 10 August 2010. <>

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Works cited: Sennaya ploshchad’ (Lassin)

Buckler, Julie A. Mapping St. Petersburg (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2005).

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George, Arthur. St. Petersburg: Russia’s Window on the Future (Lanham: Taylor Trade Publishing, 2003).

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Works Cited: Smolensky Cemetery (William Lahue)

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Ar’ialov-Maevskii, Anton.  Personal Interview 15 July, 2011.

Brik, Lilya.  Personal Interview 15 July, 2011.

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Moskovskii, Archpriest Viktor.  Personal Interview. 22 July, 2011.

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Works Cited: The Marine Facade (Kosar)

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Kuznetsova, Svetlana. Personal interview. 12 July 2011.

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Reznik, Maxim. Personal interview. 14 July 2011.

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Works cited: The Road of Life (Gavin)

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