Blog posts

“Twitterature in the Dostoevsky Classroom,” part of Teaching Dostoevsky in the 21st Century, originally a roundtable organized by Daniel Brooks, The Bloggers Karamazov, 24 April 2019.

“The Ins and Outs of Open Access,” part of Public Humanities, a series organized by Jennifer L. Wilson, The Slavic and East European Blog, 12 July 2018.

“Rodion Raskolnikov, Your Tweet Archive is Ready,” The Bloggers Karamazov, 9 May 2018.

“How do People Know Things?” Open Book Publishers Blog, 11 December 2017.

“Raskolnikov in the Fog: Time and the Crime and Punishment End Game,” The Bloggers Karamazov, 17 July 2016.

“Introducing @RodionTweets: Translating Raskolnikov into 140 Characters or Less,” The Bloggers Karamazov, 5 July 2016.

“A Recipe for a Gothic Novel,” The Recipes Project, 10 December 2015.

“Gothic Doubles and The Double, Gothically,” All the Russias, 6 November 2015.

Features and interviews

“A New Companion for Readers of Dostoevskii”. Interview with Katherine Bowers, Connor Doak, and Kate Holland. Bloggers Karamazov, 19 November 2018.

Simon Franklin introduces the Bowers and Franklin co-edited volume Information and Empire (2017):

“Celebrating Crime and Punishment at 150.” Co-written with Kate Holland. ASEEES NewsNet. Vol. 57. No. 2 (March 2017). pp. 15-16.

Crime and Punishment at 150″ video interview (2016):

Crime and Punishment at 150.” UBC Faculty of Arts Spotlight interview. October 2016.

“Katherine Bowers.” ASEEES Membership Spotlight. February 2014.

“Text and the Message: Russia’s Early ‘Information Age’.” Interview with Simon Franklin and Katherine Bowers. Research Horizons 22 (Oct. 2013): 8-9.