1. "Russian Critical Theory and Postmodernism," session devoted to M. Epstein's work in literary and cultural theory, AATSEEL national convention, Toronto, December 30, 1993.

2. "Russian Critical Theory and Postmodernism: The Theoretical Writings of Mikhail Epstein" Forum, in Slavic and East European Journal, 1995, Vol.39, No.3, Fall 1995, pp. 329-366:

        Dale Peterson: Introduction: Mikhail Epstein's Russian Postmodernism, 329-332.

        Edith W.Clowes: Simulacrum as S(t)imulation? Postmodernist Theory and Russian Cultural Criticism, 333-341.

        Anesa Miller-Pogacar: Varieties of Post-Atheist Spirituality in Mikhail Epstein's Approach to Culturology, 344-356.

        Mikhail Epstein: Reponse: "Post" and Beyond, 357-366.

3. "Mikhail Epstein's Transcultural Visions," chapter in Anesa Miller-Pogacar's Ph.D. dissertation, Transculture & Culturology: Post-Structural Theory in Late and Post-Soviet Russia, defended at the University of Kansas, 1993, pp. 183-226.
    Partially published as introduction to M. Epstein's book After the Future..., pp. 1-16.

4. Ellen Berry, 6 chapters in her book coauthored with M. Epstein Experiments in Transculture: Rethinking Russian and American Models of Creative Communication,New York: St. Martin's Press, Scholarly and Reference Division, 1999, pp. 1-14, 56-77, 121-151, 169-175, 229-239, 302-322. The chapters are devoted to the transcultural theory and practice as developed by M. Epstein in Moscow Laboratory of Contemporary Culture in the 1980s

5."Transculture and Creative Communication," session devoted to M. Epstein's work in cultural theory. Conference on College Composition and Communication. National Council of Teachers of English, Atlanta, March 26, 1999. Organizer: Jim Zappen, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Bakhtin, Vygotsky, Composition, and Rhetoric Special Interest Group. Sponsored by the Department of English at Iowa State University and the Department of Language, Literature, and Communication at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The Web site devoted to this session:

6. Studies in East European Thought,  Special Issue: Two Readings of the Dynamic between Religion and Culture: Sergej Averintsev and Mikhail Epstein.  Ed. by Jonathan Sutton, vol. 58, No. 2, June 2006,  pp. 69-135. (includes  Jonathan Sutton's article "'Minimal Religion' and Mikhail Epstein's  Interpretation of  Religion in Late-Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia," pp.  107-135).

7. Discussion of M. N. Epstein's monograph Philosophy of the Possible, in Sistemnye issledovania kul'tury  (The System Studies of Culture).S.-Petersburg, Aletheia, 2006, pp. 260 ­ 293 (articles by A. K. Iakimovich, G. V. Ivanchenko,  G. L. Tulchinsky, Yu. M. Shilkov).