Volume XXVII (2004-2005)



IN MEMORIAM: Omeljan Pritsak, 1919-2006

ARTICLES
  • ALEXANDER KULIK, The Earliest Evidence of the Jewish Presence in Western Rus'
  • EDWARD L. KEENAN, Was Andrei Kurbskii a Renaissance Intellectual? Some Marginal Notes on a Central Issue
  • BRIAN J. BOECK, What's in a Name? Semantic Separation and the Rise of the Ukrainian National Name
  • HALYNA HRYN, The Executed Renaissance Paradigm Revisited
  • ANDREA GRAZIOSI, The Soviet 1931-1933 Famines and the Ukrainian Holodomor: Is a New Interpretation Possible, and What Would Its Consequences Be?
  • HENNADII BORIAK, Sources and Resources on the Famine in Ukraine's State Archival System
  • ROMAN SYROTA, Ukrainian Studies in Interwar Great Britain: Good Intentions, Major Obstacles
  • LIDIA STEFANOWSKA, Back to the Golden Age: The Discourse of Nostalgia in Galicia in the 1990s
  • MARIA G. REWAKOWICZ, Women's Literary Discourse and National Identity in Post-Soviet Ukraine

AUGUST ZALESKI MEMORIAL LECTURES

  • ANTONY POLONSKY, "The Conquest of History?" Toward a Usable Past in Poland
    • Lecture 1: An Assessment of the History of Poland since 1939
    • Lecture 2: The Problem of the Dark Past
    • Lecture 3: Polish-German and Polish-Ukrainian Historical Controversies

REVIEW ESSAYS

  • ROBERT I. FROST, "Unmaking the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth": Mykhailo Hrushevs'kyi and the Making of the Cossacks
  • SERHY YEKELCHYK, Daily Survival amidst Total War: New Publications on Ukraine in World War II

REVIEWS

  • Martin Dimnik, The Dynasty of Chernigov, 1146-1246 (Michael Angold)
  • Isolde Thyret, Between God and Tsar: Religious Symbolism and the Royal Women of Muscovite Russia (Olena Rusina)
  • Iaroslav Isaievych, Voluntary Brotherhood: Confraternities of Laymen in Early Modern Ukraine (Wojciech Beltkiewicz)
  • Roy R. Robson, Solovki: The Story of Russia Told Through Its Most Remarkable Islands (Irina Mukhina)
  • Karin Friedrich, The Other Prussia: Royal Prussia, Poland and Liberty, 1569-1772 (Frank E. Sysyn)
  • Ernest A. Zitser, The Transfigured Kingdom: Sacred Parody and Charismatic Authority at the Court of Peter the Great (Paul A. Bushkovitch)
  • Ricarda Vulpius, Nationalisierung der Religion: Russifizierungspolitik und ukrainische Nationsbildung 1860-1920 (John-Paul Himka)
  • Paul Robert Magocsi, The Roots of Ukrainian Nationalism: Galicia as Ukraine’s Piedmont (Danuta Sosnowska)
  • Jan Fellerer, Mehrsprachigkeit im galizischen Verwaltungswesen (1772-1914): Eine historisch-soziolinguistische Studie zum Polnischen und Ruthenischen (Ukrainischen) (Iryna Vushko)
  • Alison Fleig Frank, Oil Empire: Visions of Prosperity in Austrian Galicia (Daniel Unowsky)
  • Patrice M. Dabrowski, Commemorations and the Shaping of Modern Poland (Hugo Lane)
  • Daniel L. Unowsky, The Pomp and Politics of Patriotism: Imperial Celebrations in Habsburg Austria, 1848-1916 (Patrice M. Dabrowski)
  • Roshanna Sylvester, Tales of Old Odessa: Crime and Civility in a City of Thieves (Nathaniel D. Wood)
  • Shimon Redlich, Together and Apart in Brzezany: Poles, Jews, and Ukrainians, 1919-1945 (Leonid Heretz)
  • Frank Grelka, Die ukrainische Nationalbewegung unter deutscher Besatzungsherrschaft 1918 und 1941/42 (Karel C. Berkhoff)
  • Nikita Khrushchev, Memoirs of Nikita Khrushchev, vol. 1, Commissar (1918-1945) (Hiroaki Kuromiya)
  • David Motiuk, Eastern Christians in the New World: An Historical and Canonical Study of the Ukrainian Catholic Church in Canada (Andrew Sorokowski)
  • Zenon E. Kohut, Bohdan Y. Nebesio, and Myroslav Yurkevich, eds., Historical Dictionary of Ukraine (Peter Galadza)
  • Serhii Plokhy and Frank E. Sysyn, eds., Synopsis: A Collection of Essays in Honour of Zenon E. Kohut (William Jay Risch)
  • Ukrainian Literature: A Journal of Translations (Vitaly Chernetsky)
  • Irena R. Makaryk, Shakespeare in the Undiscovered Bourn: Les Kurbas, Ukrainian Modernism, and Early Soviet Cultural Politics (Mykola Polyuha)
  • Alexander Archipenko: Vision and Continuity (John E. Malmstad)
  • George O. Liber, Alexander Dovzhenko: A Life in Soviet Film (Vitaly Chernetsky)
  • Izdryk, Wozzeck, trans. Marko Pavlyshyn (Mark Andryczyk)
  • Bozena Zinkiewicz-Tomanek, Halina Strelczuk, and Olga Kamianaja,
  • Rozmowki polsko-ukrainskie (Valerii Polkovsky)

CHRONICLE

  • Felicitations: Ihor Sevcenko

Articles

 

  • Michael S. Flier, Ukrainian Philology and Linguistics in the Twenty-First Century
  • Giorgio Ziffer, The Shadow and the Truth: On the Textual Tradition of the Sermon on Law and Grace Attributed to Metropolitan Hilarion
  • Oleksiy Tolochko, On “Nestor the Chronicler”
  • Olenka Z. Pevny, Dethroning the Prince: Princely Benefaction and Female Patronage in Medieval Kyiv
  • Michael A. Moser, Five Newly Discovered Galician Ukrainian Charters and Their Language
  • Boris M. Kloss, Copies of the Hypatian Chronicle and Their Textology
  • Harvey Goldblatt, The Ukrainian Language in the Context of the Study of Sacred and Vulgar Tongues in Orthodox Slavdom
  • Gary Marker, Love One’s Enemies: Ioasaf Krokovs´kyi’s Advice to Peter in 1702
  • Andrii Danylenko, “With a dispatch of seven cucumbers fresh…”: Mykola Xanenko as a Case Study of Linguistic Mentality in the Eighteenth-Century Hetmanate
  • Juliane Besters-Dilger, The Ukrainian Language in Education and Mass Media
  • Volodymyr Kulyk, The Demography of Language Practices and Attitudes in Ukraine
  • Ekaterina Romanova, Oksana Zhironkina, and Nikolai Vakhtin, Suržyk: In Search of a Research Object
  • Elena Stadnik-Holzer, Epistolary Suržyk: A Contribution to the Study of a Ukrainian Substandard
  • Curt Woolhiser, Communities of Practice and Linguistic Divergence: Belarusophone Students as Agents of Linguistic Change
  • Siarhiej Zaprudski, Subjective Ethnolinguistic Vitality and Identity: Some Belarusian-Ukrainian Comparisons

 

Reviews: Linguistics and Philology

 

Review Essay

  • Andrii Danylenko, The Ukrainian Language in Documents and in Reality

 

Reviews

  • Volodymyr Kulyk, Dyskurs ukraïns´kykh medii: Identychnosti, ideolohiï, vladni stosunky (Niklas Bernsand)
  • O. A. Styshov, Ukraïns´ka leksyka kintsia XX stolittia (Na materiali movy zasobiv masovoï informatsiï); Liubov Struhanets´, Dynamika leksychnykh norm ukraïns´koï literaturnoï movy XX stolittia; Danuta Mazuryk, Nove v ukraïns´kii leksytsi: Slovnyk-dovidnyk (Valerii Polkovsky)
  • Laada Bilaniuk, Contested Tongues: Language Politics and Cultural Correction in Ukraine (Lesya Stavytska)
  • Paul Robert Magocsi, Rusyn´skyi iazyk (Michael A. Moser)
  • Simon Franklin, Writing, Society and Culture in Early Rus, c. 950–1300 (Daniela S. Hristova)
  • Claire Le Feuvre, Le vieux slave (Michael S. Flier)

 

Reviews: General Topics

 

Review Essay

  • Roman Syrota, “With a Strong Peace in View”: The Geopolitics of Eastern European Revolutions, 1918–1921, Reconsidered

 

Reviews

  • David Frick, Wilnianie: Żywoty siedemnastowieczne (Magda Teter)
  • Jaroslav Miller, Urban Societies in East-Central Europe: 1500–1700 (Myron Kapral)
  • Volodymyr Kovalenko, ed., Baturyns´ka starovyna: Zbirnyk naukovykh prats´, prysviachenyi 300-littiu Baturyns´koï trahediï (Oksana Mykhed)
  • Paulina Lewin, Ukrainian Drama and Theater in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (David Frick)
  • Giovanna Siedina, ed., Mazepa e il suo tempo: Storia, cultura, società / Mazepa and His Time: History, Culture, Society (Andrii Bovgyria)
  • Ol´ha Kovalevs´ka, comp., Mazepiana: Materialy do bibliohrafiï (1688–2009) (Oksana Mykhed)
  • Roman Koropeckyj, Adam Mickiewicz: The Life of a Romantic (Justyna Beinek)
  • Edyta M. Bojanowska, Nikolai Gogol: Between Ukrainian and Russian Nationalism (Roman Koropeckyj)
  • Rainer Lindner, Unternehmer und Stadt in der Ukraine, 1860–1914: Industrialisierung und soziale Kommunikation im südlichen Zarenreich (Margarita M. Balmaceda)
  • Markian Prokopovych, Habsburg Lemberg: Architecture, Public Space, and Politics in the Galician Capital, 1772–1914 (Larry Wolff)
  • Hans-Christian Maner, Galizien: Eine Grenzregion im Kalkül der Donaumonarchie im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert (Iryna Vushko)
  • Kate Brown, A Biography of No Place: From Ethnic Borderland to Soviet Heartland (Serhiy Bilenky)
  • Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern, The Anti-Imperial Choice: The Making of the Ukrainian Jew (Vitaly Chernetsky)
  • Ray Brandon and Wendy Lower, The Shoah in Ukraine: History, Testimony, Memorialization; Johan Dietsch, Making Sense of Suffering: Holocaust and Holodomor in Ukrainian Historical Culture (Baruch Pelta)
  • Hiroaki Kuromiya, The Voices of the Dead: Stalin’s Great Terror in the 1930s (Serhy Yekelchyk)
  • Kevin M. F. Platt and David Brandenberger, eds., Epic Revisionism: Russian History and Literature as Stalinist Propaganda (Vitaly Chernetsky)
  • Katrin Boeckh, Stalinismus in der Ukraine: Die Rekonstruktion des sowjetischen Systems nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg (Tarik Cyril Amar)
  • Nikita Khrushchev, Memoirs of Nikita Khrushchev, vol. 2, Reformer (1945–1964) (Hiroaki Kuromiya)
  • Paul D’Anieri, Understanding Ukrainian Politics: Power, Politics, and Institutional Design (Volodymyr Kulyk)
  • Paul Robert Magocsi, Ukraine: An Illustrated History; Serhy Yekelchyk, Ukraine: Birth of a Modern Nation; Paul Kubicek, The History of Ukraine (Serhiy Bilenky)
  • Manoly R. Lupul, The Politics of Multiculturalism: A Ukrainian-Canadian Memoir (Paul Thomas Rabchenuk)
  • Tamara Hundorova, Kitch i literatura: Travestiï (Marko Pavlyshyn)
  • Ihor Kostets´kyi, Tobi nalezhyt´ tsilyi svit: Vybrani tvory, ed. Marko Robert Stech (Olena Haleta)
  • Yuri Andrukhovych, The Moscoviad, trans. Vitaly Chernetsky (Inna Mattei)
  • James D. Tracy and Marguerite Ragnow, eds., Religion and the Early Modern State: Views from China, Russia, and the West (Valerii Zema)
  • John-Paul Himka and Andriy Zayarnyuk, eds., Letters from Heaven: Popular Religion in Russia and Ukraine (Andrew Sorokowski)
  • John-Paul Himka, Last Judgment Iconography in the Carpathians (Iryna Vushko)

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