Volume 34 (2015-2016)

THE FUTURE OF THE PAST: NEW PERSPECTIVES ON UKRAINIAN HISTORY
Edited by Serhii Plokhy

Contents

  • Contributors 
  • Quo Vadis Ukrainian History? 
    Serhii Plokhy
1. Towards a New Narrative
  • Teaching Ukraine in a Comparative Context
    Alfred J. Rieber
  • A View from the Edge: Borderland Studies and Ukraine,1991–2013
    Liliya Berezhnaya
  • National Histories and Contemporary Historiography: The Challenges and Risks of Writing a New History of Ukraine
    Georgiy Kasianov and Oleksii Tolochko
2. The Transnational Turn
  • Viewing the Twentieth Century through the Prism of Ukraine: Reflections on the Heuristic Potential of Ukrainian History
    Andrea Graziosi
  • Ukraine, Total Wars, and the Dialectics of Integration and Fragmentation, 1914–1953
    George O. Liber
  • Wartime Occupation and Peacetime Alien Rule: “Notes and Materials” toward a(n) (Anti-) (Post-) Colonial History of Ukraine
    Mark von Hagen
  • Ukraine and Eurasian History in the Twentieth Century
    Hiroaki Kuromiya
  • Remapping the Geo-Body: Transnational Dimensions of Stepan Rudnyts´kyi and His Contemporaries
    Steven Seegel
  • The Art of Shifting Contexts
    Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern
  • Beyond Ukraine or Little Russia: Going Global with Culture in Ukraine
    Mayhill C. Fowler
3. The Return of the Region
  • Galicia and Ukraine: Measuring Distance and Writing History
    Larry Wolff
  • Empire, Nation, and In-Between: Ukrainian Historiography
    Iryna Vushko
  • Children of Rus´: Nationalist Imaginations in Right-Bank Ukraine
    Faith Hillis
  • History, Faith, and Regional Identity in Nineteenth-Century Kyiv: Father Petro Lebedyntsev as Priest and Scholar
    Heather Coleman
  • Post-Soviet Studies of the Cossack Elite: The Present State of Research and Future Tasks
    Zenon E. Kohut
  • Mapping the Great Famine 
    Serhii Plokhy
4. Representations of the Past
  • History, Memory, and the Media
    Marta Dyczok
  • Fighting Soviet Myths: The Ukrainian Experience
    Volodymyr Kravchenko
  • Studying the Early Modern Period and Teaching Ukrainian History in Russia
    Tatiana Tairova-Yakovleva
  • Teaching the History of Ukraine in North America
    Paul Robert Magocsi
Reviews
  • Mykhailo Hrushevsky, History of Ukraine-Rus´, vol. 9, bk. 2, pts. 1 and 2, The Cossack Age, 1654–1657 (Robert Frost)
  • Paweł Maciejko, The Mixed Multitude: Jacob Frank and The Frankist Movement, 1775–1816 (David Frick)
  • Börries Kuzmany, Brody: Eine galizische Grenzstadt im langen 19. Jahrhundert (Iryna Vushko)
  • Steven Seegel, Mapping Europe’s Borderlands: Russian Cartography in the Age of Empire (Serhiy Bilenky)
  • Andreas Kappeler, Russland und die Ukraine: Verflochtene Biographien und Geschichten (Anton Kotenko)
  • Liudmyla Hrynevych, Khronika kolektyvizatsiÏ ta Holodomoru v Ukraïni 1927–1933, vol. 1, Pochatok nadzvychainykh zakhodiv: Holod 1928–1929 rokiv, bks. 1–3 (Hiroaki Kuromiya)
  • Sergei I. Zhuk, Rock and Roll in Rocket City: The West, Identity, and Ideology in Sovıet Dniepropetrovsk, 1960–1985 (Barış
    Yörümez)
  • William Jay Risch, The Ukrainian West: Culture and the Fate of the Empire in Soviet Lviv (Markian Prokopovych)
  • James Mark, The Unfinished Revolution: Making Sense of the Communist Past in Central-Eastern Europe (Marta Dyczok)
  • Georgiy Kasianov and Philipp Ther, eds., A Laboratory of Transnational History: Ukraine and Recent Ukrainian Historiography (Harun Yilmaz)
  • Sarah D. Phillips, Women’s Social Activism in the New Ukraine: Development and the Politics of Differentiation (Tetyana
    Bureychak)
  • Myroslav Shkandrij, Jews In Ukrainian Literature: Representation and Identity (Laura Quercioli)
  • Vasyl Makhno, Winter Letters and Other Poems (Oksana Lutsyshyna)

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