The “Russian Vogue” in Europe and Hollywood: The Transformation of Russian Stereotypes through the 1920s

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  • OKSANA BULGAKOWA

    1. Oksana Bulgakowa, Professor of Film Studies at the International Film School, University of Cologne, and Visiting Professor in Slavic Languages and Literature, is a Moscow-born scholar who lives in Berlin. She has published several books on Russian and German cinema (Sergei Eisenstein: Three Utopias. Architectural Drafts For a Film Theory [1996]; FEKS—The Factory of Eccentric Actors [1997]; and The Adventures of Doctor Mabuse in the Country of Bolsheviks [1998]), directed films (Stalin—A Mosfilmproduction [1993]; The Girl Who Kissed Stalin [SR, 1995]; and The Different Faces of Sergei Eisenstein [1998]). Her biography of Sergei Eisenstein appeared in English in 2003.
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  • I am grateful to Beth Holmgren, Anna Muza, Susana Sosa, and the anonymous reviewers who helped me to bring this text into a readable form.

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