Cross, Anthony Glenn

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CROSS, Anthony Glenn

CROSS, Anthony Glenn. British, b. 1936. Genres: History, Literary criticism and history, Bibliography. Career: University of East Anglia, Norwich, lecturer, 1964-69, sr. lecturer, 1969-72, reader in Russian, 1972-81; University of Leeds, professor of Russian, 1981-85; Cambridge University, professor of Slavonic studies, 1985-. Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Frank Knox Memorial Fellow, 1960-61; visiting fellow, Center for Advanced Study, University of Illinois, 1968-69, and All Souls College, Oxford, 1978-79. Journal of European Studies, co-editor, 1971-; Newsletter of the Study Group on 18th Century Russia, editor, 1973-. British Academy, fellow, 1989-. Publications: N.M. Karamzin: A Study of His Literary Career, 1783-1803, 1971; Anglo-Russian Relations in the 18th Century, 1977; By the Banks of the Thames, 1980; The 1780s: Russia under Western Eyes, 1981; The Tale of the Russian Daughter and Her Suffocated Lover, 1982; (with G.S. Smith) 18th Century Russian Literature, Culture and Thought, 1984; The Russian Theme in English Literature, 1985; Anglophilia on the Throne, 1992; Engraved in the Memory, 1993; Anglo-Russica, 1993; By the Banks of the Neva, 1997; Peter the Great through British Eyes, 2000; Catherine the Great and the British, 2001. EDITOR: (gen. ed.) Russia through European Eyes, 1553-1917 (series), 1968-72; Russia under Western Eyes, 1517-1825, 1971; Russian Literature in the Age of Catherine the Great (essays), 1976; Great Britain and Russia in the 18th Century, 1978; Russian and the West in the 18th Century, 1983; (co) Russia and the World of the 18th Century, 1988; An Englishwoman at the Court of Catherine the Great: The Journal of Baroness Elizabeth Dimsdale, 1781, 1989; (co) Literature, Lives, and Legality in Catherine's Russia, 1994; (co) Britain and Russia in the Age of Peter the Great, 1998; Russia in the Reign of Peter the Great, 1998; St Petersburg, 1703-1825, 2003. Address: Dept of Slavonic Studies, Sidgwick Ave, Cambridge CB3 9DA, England.