- Lead Curator East European Collections
- Russian studies
- Related Offices
- Council for Slavonic and East European Library and Information Services (chair)
Dr Katya Rogatchevskaia
Research interests:Research interests: Russian medieval literature; Russian emigré writers; Mark Aldanov. Information policy of the Russian Federation. History of the British Library Slavonic collections; digitisation of Slavonic material. Use of electronic resources.
- ‘The collection of Russian Émigré literature (1853-1917) in the British Library', Solanus. New Series, Vol. 20, 2006, 55-71.
- Igor's Tale (2008), Avvakum Petrov (2010), Avvakum Petrov: Zhitie protopopa Avvakuma im samim napisannoe i drugie ego sochineniia [The Life of Avvakum, written by himself] (2010), Mark Aldanov (2015), Vera Muromtseva-Bunina (2018), and Svetlana Alexievich (2019) for The Literary Encyclopedia (ISSN 1747-678X)
- Associate editor – ‘The Book in the Slavonic and the East European World’ for Oxford Companion for the Book, ed. by Michael Suarez and HW Woudhuysen (OUP, 2010).
- 'The Balkans' (with Aleksandra B. Vraneš). The Book : A Global History (ed. Michael Suarez and HW Woudhuysen), (OUP, 2013), 502-511.
- 'Mark Aldanov v zhurnale “Sovremennye Zapiski”', Vokrug redaktsionnogo arkhiva “Sovremennykh zapisok," Parizh, 1920-1940: sbornik stateĭ i materialov (ed. O. Korostelev, M. Shruba). (Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2010).
- ‘”Sovremennye zapiski, s kotorymi ia tak sviazan”… M.A. Aldanov’ (publication and commentaries), “Sovremennye zapiski” [Parizh, 1920-1940]: iz arkhiva redaktsii (ed. O. Korostelev, M. Shruba). Vol.2. (Moscow: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2012), 32-132. SBN: 978-5-86793-801-7.
- “Don’t Panic: Reading literature in the Digital Age” in: The Edge of the Precipice Why Read Literature in the Digital Age? (ed.Paul Socken). (McGill-Queen's University Press, 2013), 192-206. ISBN 9780773541788.
- ‘“The most important books which, I would strongly recommend to acquire” <…> : Petr Kropotkin and Vladimir Burtsev in correspondence with the British Museum Library’ eBLJ 2013, Article 9
- The Russian collections at the British Museum Library and the British Museum staff: materials of the British Library corporate archives, 1860s-1920s, Solanus, New Series, Vol. 23, 2013, 64-102.
- ‘Foreign donations and acquisitions suggestions in the British Library collections: a case of self-promotion or an attempt at cultural and ideological infiltration? (A Russian case study)’, Migrating Heritage : Experiences of Cultural Networks and Cultural Dialogue in Europe (ed. Perla Innocenti) (Ashgate, 2014), 255-266. ISBN: 978-1-4724-2281-1.
- ‘UK-Russian Relations: Through the British Library Looking Glass’, Society for Co-operation in Russian and Soviet Studies Digest, Autumn 2014, 9–12.
- '“A Beautiful, Tremendous Russian Book, and Other Things Too”: An Overview of Rare Russian Books from the Diaghilev-Lifar Collection in the British Library', Canadian-American Slavic Studies, 2017, Volume 51, Issue 2-3, 376 – 397.
- Russian Revolution: Hope, tragedy, Myths (ed.). (British Library, 2017).
- 'Revolution Collected and Curated Russian Revolution: Hope, Tragedy, Myths at the British Library', Slavic & East European Information Resources, 19:3-4 (2018), 175-200, DOI: 10.1080/15228886.2018.1538862