The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Helen Tolstoy has been teaching Russian Literature at the Department of Russian Studies, Hebrew University, since 1985. She is author of a monograph on Chekhov Poetika razdrazhenija (The Poetics of Irritation, Moscow: Radix, 1994; Moscow, RGGU: 2003), a volume on the obscure period (1917-1923) of Aleksey Tolstoy: Degot’ ili med: Aleksey Tolstoy kak neizvestnyi pisatel’ (Tar or Honey: Aleksey Tolstoy as an Unknown Writer, Moscow: RGGU, 2006); and cycles of articles on Andrey Platonov and the critic Akim Volynsky (in her Mir posle kontsa: Raboty o russkoi literature XX veka (World after the End : Studies in XX Century Russian Literature, Moscow: RGGU, 2003). She has lately also published work on Russian avant-garde theatre.
Essays in Partial Answers
The Dybbuk through the Eyes of Habima’s Rival Studio
Volume 10, Issue 1, January 2012
Episodes in the History of Ideas