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Johannes Remy. Brothers or Enemies: The Ukrainian National Movement and Russia from the 1840s to the 1870s
Tomasz Hen-Konarski ･ April 2017
Johannes Remy’s new book is the most exhaustive study of nineteenth-century Ukrainian nation...
Mykola Riabchuk. The Stone and Sysyphus: Literary Essays
Hanna Protasova ･ August 2016
In the preface to the book Riabchuk offers a brief description of his own path “from literary...
Debora Vogel. Day Figures. Mannequins
Anastasiya Lyubas ･ March 2016
This book contains Ukrainian translations of two poetry collections by Debora Vogel, a poet, writer...
Yuliya Musakovska. Hunting for Silence
Svitlana Bohdan ･ January 2016
The third book from Lviv poet, Yuliya Musakovska, Hunting for Silence is a collection of feminine...
Iza Chruslińska. The Ukrainian Palimpsest: Oksana Zabuzhko in Conversation with Iza Chruslinska
Oksana Forostyna ･ December 2014
Readers who simply enjoy Oksana Zabuzhko’s work will be grateful for tales about her childhood and...
Vitaly Andreiev, Nataliya Chermoshentseva. Saul Borovyi: The Jewish Vector in Ukrainian History
Oleksii Yas ･ March 2014
This is an intellectual biography written from the perspective of the authors’ main thesis - Saul...
Petro Sas. The Sources of Ukrainian Nation-Building
Vasyl Kononenko ･ March 2014
Sas’ emphasis on the role of intellectuals in nation-building makes an important theoretical...
Volodymyr Kravchenko. Kharkov/Kharkiv: The Borderland Capital
Vladyslav Yatsenko ･ March 2014
In this elucidation of the history of Slobozhanshchyna (Slobidska Ukraine) and Kharkiv, Volodymyr...
Kurt Lewin. A Journey Through Illusions
Anastasiya Prymovych ･ March 2014
Journey Through Illusion, published in the US in 1994 by Kurt Lewin—son of Lviv rabbi Ezekiel Lewin...
Moysey Fishbeyn, Timothy Snyder, Yaroslav Hrytsak, Andriy Portnov, Andrzej Eliasz, Alexander Motyl, Mykola Riabchuk, Zenon Kohut, John-Paul Himka, Per Anders Rudling, Marko Levitsky, Volodymyr Viatrovych. Passions Over Bandera
Yevheniya Sakal ･ March 2014
Passion Over Bandera is best characterized as ‘postmodern’. It not only unites texts of very...
Bohdan Ivchenko. The Soviet Authorities’ Policies Toward the Don Cossackdom (1917-1937)
Oleksandr Polianichev ･ March 2014
This book, by young Kharkiv historian Bohdan Ivchenko, contributes to a topic in Soviet Studies...
Roksana Kharchuk. Contemporary Ukrainian Prose. The Postmodern Period.
Alyona Artiukh ･ March 2014
This broad analytical cross-section surveys the general state of Postmodern Studies in Ukrainian...
Oksana Zabuzhko. The Museum of Abandoned Secrets
Oleh Kotsarev ･ March 2014
The Museum of Abandoned Secrets is a sort of deconstructed family saga-cum-detective novel. The two...
George Grabowicz, Oles Fedoruk, Taras Shevchenko. The Facsimile Publication of the First Edition of Taras Shevchenko’s Haydamaky (1841)
･ November 2013
The facsimile publication of Shevchenko’s Haydamaky reproduces the poem's first edition with the...
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