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Irina Titova

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Irina Titova Irina Titova was born and raised in Pskov and studied at the Pskov State Pedagogical Institute, St. Petersburg State University, and at St. Michael's College, in Burlington, Vermont. Titova has worked as a news and feature reporter for The St. Petersburg Times and as a stringer in St. Petersburg for The Associated Press.


Art in Utero

Russian Life: July/Aug 2010
St. Petersburg’s Russian Museum has inaugurated a program to acquaint pregnant women with the arts, on specially guided tours. Those who participate swear it is making them, and their children, better off.
Author: Irina Titova
Illustrations/Images: Dmitry Lovetsky
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Hero of Two Nations

Russian Life: May/June 2010
Joseph Beyrle is believed to be the only U.S. soldier who fought in both American and Soviet units during World War II. This is his remarkable story.
Author: Irina Titova
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Preserving 1000 Years of Russian Art

Russian Life: Mar/Apr 2008
This revered museum is the world’s largest repository of Russian art. Often overshadowed by the Hermitage, this 110-year-old institution may be one of St. Petersburg’s best kept secrets. But it is not to be missed. In fact, if you visit St. Petersburg and miss the Russian Museum, it is like going to Moscow and skipping Red Square.
Author: Irina Titova
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Reconnecting Adoptees

Russian Life: Jan/Feb 2008
Russia remains one of America's largest sources of foreign adoption. Now, after more than a decade of cross-cultural adoptions, thousands of children from Russia are bound to begin wondering about their roots. Some, in fact, are already digging.
Author: Irina Titova
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Fyodor Mikhailovich

Russian Life: Nov/Dec 2006
Dostoyevsky is treasured the world over for his psychological novels, many written under hurried deadlines. We look at his life and art, and talk to his relatives.
Authors: Irina Titova and Paul E. Richardson
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St. Petersburg’s Reclusive Genius

Russian Life: Nov/Dec 2006
Russian scientist Grigory Perelman was offered the world’s top math honor. So why did he turn it down?
Author: Irina Titova
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The Poet of Time

Russian Life: May/Jun 2006
Joseph Brodsky was one of the greatest poets of the 20th century. We explore his life and art, with the help of his friends.
Author: Irina Titova
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