TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of contents

THE NEW SOCIAL POETRY

7 Ekaterina Zakharkiv. Font Instruments

10 Denis Larionov. What’s happening

14 Andrey Logutov. From the Guest Editor

VOICE AND LITERARY IMAGINATION

19 David Nowell Smith. Three Theses on Voice and the Poetic Imagination (trans. from English by Tatiana Pirusskaya)

29 Anatoly Riassov. Of Voice Grammatology: Speech and Writing in the Space of the Literary Text

37 Ekaterina Belavina. From Verlaine to Vers Libre: The Evolution of the Dominant of Auditory Imagination

 

NOISE: AUDITORY, SOCIAL, AND AESTHETIC

46 Salomé Voegelin. Noise: Listening to an Alien Utterance that Draws a Static Horizon around My Feet (trans. from English by Tatiana Pirusskaya)

56 Ekaterina Belavina. Sound Poets or Not: Fred Griot, Vincent Tholomé, and Sébastien Lespinasse?

66 Andrey Logutov. Noice as the Voice of Power in the Works of Franz Kafka

77 Roland Barthes. The Grain of the Voice (trans. from French by Andrey Logutov)

 

THE ETHICS, PRAGMATICS, AND PHENOMENOLOGY OF SILENCE

85 Tatiana Weiser. From the Editor

87 Anatoly Riassov. On the Ontology of Sound: Listening as a Mode of Being-in-the-World

94 Andrey Logutov. Silence at an Academic Music Concert: The Ethical Aspect

105 Tatiana Weiser. WTC 9/11 by Steve Reich: Listening to Silence as Involvement in the Experience of Catastrophe

119 Nina Shcherbak. Breath of Sound, or Acoustic Alchemy: Pragmatic Functions of the Silencial Speech Act

 

SOUNDSCAPES IN THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF SCIENCE AND IN ART

133 Stefan Helmreich. Immersive Soundscapes and the Transductive Alternative (trans. from English by Tatiana Pirusskaya)

138 Panos Kompatsiaris. Colonizing the Alien Sound: Conceptual Aesthetics and the Conquering of the Sonic Other (trans. from English by Tatiana Pirusskaya)

 

MUSIC IN RUSSIAN AND SOVIET LITERATURE

144 Marina Raku. The Advent of the Robert le Diable: The Opera of Giacomo Meyerbeer in Russian Literature

158 Anton Khramykh. The Concept of “Music” in the Works of A. Blok and A. Platonov

 

“WHEN IN PETERSBURG — DRINK!”: TOWARD THE DECIPHERMENT OF A MASTERPIECE

173 Andrey Rossomakhin. Preface (From the Guest Editor)

176 Andrey Rossomakhin. “V Pitere — pit’!” [“In Petersburg — to drink!”]: An Attempt of Commentary

189 Andrey Rossomakhin. “V Pitere — pit’!” [“In Petersburg — to drink!”] as Visual Pastiche and Disruptive Gesture

203 Anna Sergeeva­Klyatis. “Petersburg text” in a Clip “V Pitere — pit’!”, or Urbi et orbi by Sergey Shnurov

214 Appendix. “On the Meaning of Songs” by Sergey Shnurov [The Authorial Interpretation of the Song “On the Road” on S. Shnurov’s Instagram]

 

EUROPEAN TRADITIONS IN RUSSIAN CULTURE

216 Irina Popova. Literature and the Theory of Literature: Formation of the Russian Classics on the Background of the European Tradition

 

JOSEPH BRODSKY’S INTERTEXTS

237 Oleg Fedotov. On Moments, Which Brodsky Couldn’t or Didn’t Want to Stop

249 Denis Akhapkin. “Lullaby of Cape Cod”: Joseph Brodsky’s Discovery of America

ESSAY

266 Oleg Jur’ev. Poet of Recollection (A Few Words about Yevgeny Rein and His Poem “In Pavlovsk Park”)

 

CHRONICLE OF CONTEMPORARY LITERATURE

274 Katia Morozova. Languages and Fears (review of: Z. Zinik. The Orgone Box: A Novel. Yekaterinburg; Moscow, 2017)

278 Inna Bulkina. Inside Literature (review of: N. Ivanova. Such is Literary Life. A Novel/Commentary with Unscholarly Appendices. Moscow, 2017)

282 Kirill Korchagin. The Qliphothic Gameplay of the Dark Waters (review of: I. Danishevskii, Tenderness for the Dead: A Novel. Moscow, 2015)

287 Ol’ga Balla. Turn into a Tree (review of: O. Bazunov. Notes of an Admirer of Urban Nature. Saint Petersburg, 2016)

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

292 Liudmila Razgulina, Andrey Logutov. The Auditory Subject and Sound Writing (Survey of Anglophone books on sound studies)

302 Sergey Zenkin. Notes on Theory, 33

309 Evgeniy Savitskiy. The Face (its disfigurement, loss, and replace- ment) in the History of European Culture (review of: Gesichter. München, 2013; H. Belting. Faces. München, 2013; M. Körte, J.E. Weiss. Randgänge des Gesichts. Paderborn, 2017; P. Skinner. Living with Disfigurement in Early Medieval Europe. N.Y., 2017)

321 Fedor Nikolai. History, Archives, Studies of Memory: Disciplinary Politics and the Struggle for Authority (review of: F. Blouin and U. Rozenberg. The Origin of the Past. Saint Petersburg, 2017)

327 Tatiana Venediktova. Reading in situ (review of: Alworth D.J. Site Reading: Fiction, Art, Social Form. Princeton, N.J.; Oxford, 2016)

333 I.S. Rozental’. How a Scholarly Elite was Formed (review of: A.E. Ivanov. Academic Merit in the Russian Empire from the 18th to the Early 20th Century. The Training and Scholarly Qualifications for Professors and Instructors in Higher Education. Moscow, 2016)

338 K.Yu. Zubkov. Historical Time and the Life of a Radical: New Biographies of N.A. Dobroliubov and N.A. Nekrasov (review of: M.S. Makeev. Nikolai Nekrasov. Moscow, 2017; A.V. Vdovin. Dobroliubov: Raznochinets between Spirit and Flesh. Moscow, 2017)

 

MARGINAL NOTES

346 Nikolay Bogomolov. In the Book Corner (16)

351 New books

374 O.V. Moreva, I.A. Shumkova. Inscriptions by Authors and Scholars in the Humanities in the Rare Books Collection of the V.G. Belinsky Library in Sverdlovsk

 

CHRONICLE OF SCHOLARLY LIFE

386 Varvara Sklez. 25th Bath House Readings “‘Time Go Back!’ The Reintegration of the Past and the Crisis of Imagining the Future” (International “Memorial,” 31 March — 1 April 2017)

396 Irina Busurkina, Dmitrii Verbin, Veronika Prosypkina, Sergei Troitskiy. Laughter: Medicine, Weapon, Business Strategy. Fourth Interna- tional Gelological Congress “‘The Social Nature of Laughter” (Saint Petersburg State University, 25–27 May 2017)

404 Vera Mil’china. Conference in Memory of Leonid Mikhailovich Batkin (1932—2016) (Russian State University for the Humanities, 14 June 2017)

411 Vera Mil’china. IX Etkind Readings (Institute of Russian Literature (the Pushkin House), 29—30 June 2017)

426 Summary

434 Table of content

438 Our authors