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Nadezhda Grebennikova

8 contributions found for Russian Life and/or Chtenia.

Nadezhda Grebennikova was born in Murmansk Oblast, studied journalism in Veliky Novgorod, and for the past several years has been living in Sochi. She works as a journalist for print and online publications, writing on a wide range of subjects, from society and history, to culture, travel and the environment. She was also the English to Russian translator for The Spine of Russia, and a co-author of Resilience.


House on the Embankment

Russian Life: July/August 2018
If these walls could talk. The history and horror of one of the most epic construction projects of the Soviet era.
Author: Nadezhda Grebennikova
Translator: Paul E. Richardson
Illustrations/Images: Mikhail Mordasov

Living 100 Russian Years

Russian Life: May/June 2018
You can be sure that someone born in 1917 in Russia will have stories to tell. Galina Grebneva has more than her fair share.
Authors: Paul E. Richardson and Nadezhda Grebennikova
Illustrations/Images: Mikhail Mordasov

Bread is Good

Russian Life: May/June 2017
Russians love bread, and you are going to love this recipe for Whole Wheat Bread with Seeds.
Author: Nadezhda Grebennikova
Translator: Nora Seligman Favorov
Illustrations/Images: Yulia Atayeva

Second Sight

Russian Life: May/June 2017
Some gifted young athletes are excelling at the world’s favorite sport – football (aka soccer) – which is amazing given that they are all legally blind.
Author: Nadezhda Grebennikova
Translator: Paul E. Richardson and Nora Seligman Favorov
Illustrations/Images: Mikhail Mordasov

Food of the Gods

Russian Life: Mar/Apr 2017
We look at the special place in Russian culture occupied by tvorog, and of course offer a tasty recipe...
Author: Nadezhda Grebennikova
Translator: Paul E. Richardson
Illustrations/Images: Yulia Atayeva

Hunting the Northern Lights

Russian Life: Mar/Apr 2017
The northwestern tip of Russia is one of the finest places from which to view the elusive Northern Lights. If you can handle the cold, the dark, and the visiting Muscovites.
Author: Nadezhda Grebennikova
Translator: Paul E. Richardson
Illustrations/Images: Mikhail Mordasov

Art Takes a Village

Russian Life: Sep/Oct 2016
The 11th International Festival of Landscape Art, Arkhstoyanie, took place on July 23-24 in Kaluga Oblast. We sent Nadezhda Grebennikova and Mikhail Mordasov to take a look.
Author: Nadezhda Grebennikova
Translator: Paul E. Richardson
Illustrations/Images: Mikhail Mordasov

Russia's First Photojournalist

Russian Life: Jan/Feb 2016
One hundred and fifty-eight years ago, Russia’s first photojournalist was born... ?as a serf. How he overcame his difficult youth is a great story. How he turned photography into a tool for social change is an even better one.
Author: Nadezhda Grebennikova
Illustrations/Images: Maxim Dmitriev