Volume 31 (2009-2010)

POLTAVA 1709: THE BATTLE AND THE MYTH
Edited by Serhii Plokhy
  • Serhii Plokhy, Poltava: The Battle That Never Ends

I • THE ROAD TO POLTAVA

  • ZENON E. KOHUT, Mazepa’s Ukraine: Understanding Cossack Territorial Vistas
  • TATIANA TAIROVA-IAKOVLEVA, Peter I’s Administrative Reforms in the Hetmanate during the Northern War
  • VOLODYMYR KOVALENKO, The Rape of Baturyn: The Archaeological Evidence

II • THE BATTLE AND ITS AFTERMATH

  • DONALD OSTROWSKI, Peter’s Dragoons: How the Russians Won at Poltava
  • PETER B. BROWN, Gazing Anew at Poltava: Perspectives from the Military Revolution Controversy, Comparative History, and Decision-Making Doctrines
  • PAUL BUSHKOVITCH, Poltava’s Consequences: Local Autonomy in the Russian Empire during the Reign of Peter I
  • ROBERT I. FROST, "Everyone understood what it meant": The Impact of the Battle of Poltava on the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
  • JOHN LEDONNE, Poltava and the Geopolitics of Western Eurasia

III • THE MAKING OF THE MYTH

  • ALEXANDER KAMENSKII, The Battle of Poltava in Russian Historical Memory
  • GIOVANNA BROGI BERCOFF, Poltava: A Turning Point in the History of Preaching
  • NADIESZDA KIZENKO, The Battle of Poltava in Imperial Liturgy
  • ELENA N. BOECK, Claiming and Acclaiming Peter I: Ukrainian Contributions to the Visual Commemoration of Petrine Victories
  • LILIYA BEREZHNAYA, Imago hostis: Friends and Foes in Ruthenian and Russian Printmaking (Mid-Seventeenth–Beginning of the Eighteenth Centuries)
  • TATIANA SENKEVITCH, The Grand Battle Woven in the Grande Manière: Commemorating the Battle of Poltava in Tapestry

IV • GRAPPLING WITH MAZEPA

  • MICHAEL A. MOSER, A Linguistic Analysis of Ivan Mazepa’s Universals and Letters
  • MICHAEL S. FLIER, Love’s Labour’s Lost: Mazepa’s Grammar of Romance
  • VOLODYMYR MEZENTSEV, Mazepa’s Palace in Baturyn: Western and Ukrainian Baroque Architecture and Decoration
  • OLENKA Z. PEVNY, The Encrypted Narrative of Reconstructed Cossack Baroque Forms
  • ANDRII BOVGYRIA, Echoes of Poltava: Trials of Mazepists and Mazepism in Eighteenth-Century Ukraine
  • GEORGE G. GRABOWICZ, "Mylost ́ Bozhiia, Ukraynu...svobodyvshaia…" and Ukrainian Literature after (and before) Poltava: The Missing Link
  • SERHII PLOKHY, Forbidden Love: Ivan Mazepa and the Author of the History of the Rus'
  • TARAS KOZNARSKY, Obsessions with Mazepa
  • ALOIS WOLDAN, Mazepa and Poltava in German-Language Literature of the Nineteenth Century
  • KSENYA KIEBUZINSKI, The (Re)Fashioning of an Archetype of Genius: Ivan Mazepa in Nineteenth-Century French Literature and Art

V • A NEVER-ENDING PAST

  • GUIDO HAUSMANN, Poltava 2009: Deimperializing an Imperial Site of Memory
  • KRISTIAN GERNER, The Battle of Poltava as a Realm of Memory and a Bone of Contention

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