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History of Dynamics
- The 1965 Humsan school in ergodic theory
- Ergodic theory from Humsan to Vienna (1965-1997)
- The 1977 Warsaw conference and Wieslaw Szlenk.
- The first half century of entropy: the most glorious number in dynamics, Moscow Kolmogorov-100 conference, June 2003
- Recollections on the Warwick school of dynamics and contributions of Klaus Schmidt and Peter Walters, Warwick Schmidt/Walters-60 conference , July 2003
- Vladimir Abramovich Rokhlin (23 August 1919 to 3 December 1984): introductory note. Ergodic Theory Dynam. Systems 9 (1989), no. 4, 605–608.
- The development of dynamics in the 20th century and contribution of Jurgen Moser (with B. Hasselblatt), Erg. Theory and Dynam. Systems, (Moser memorial issue) 22 (2002), 1343-1364; Review
- Fifty years of Entropy in Dynamics: 1958--2007 Journal of Modern Dynamics, 1 , no 4, (2007), 545--596; Review
- Moscow dynamics seminars of the Nineteen seventies and the early career of Yasha Pesin, Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems, 22 (2008), 1-22.
- Reflections on the Program in Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems at MSRI in 1983-84 and its aftermath
- Development of Dynamics in 1980's and Early Years of Ergodic Theory and Dynamical Systems Journal
- Dmitry Viktorovich Anosov: His life and mathematics in Modern Theory of Dynamical Systems: A Tribute to Dmitry Victorovich Anosov Contemporary mathematics, AMS, 692, 2017, 1--21.
- Women in Soviet Mathematics (with Svetlana Katok) Notices of the AMS, 40, N2 1993, 108--116.; Review