HURI’s publications program includes a peer-reviewed journal and a variety of monographs covering a wide range of disciplines and topics related to Ukraine.
By Jan-Hinnerk Antons
Published in Volume 37 (Number 1–2), 2020 (Pages 177-211)
Currently available in open access on the Harvard Ukrainian Studies website.
This study examines the impact of nationalism on the camps of these Ukrainian Displaced Persons (DPs) in the western occupation zones of post-war Germany.
Trevor Erlacher, 2021
Ukrainian nationalism made worldwide news after the Euromaidan revolution and the outbreak of the Russo-Ukrainian war in 2014. Invoked by regional actors and international commentators, the “integral” Ukrainian nationalism of the 1930s has moved to the center of debates about Eastern Europe, but the history of this divisive ideology remains poorly understood.
This timely book by Trevor Erlacher is the first English-language biography of the doctrine’s founder, Dmytro Dontsov (1883–1973), the “spiritual father” of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists. Organizing his research of the period around Dontsov’s life, Erlacher has written a global intellectual history of Ukrainian integral nationalism from late imperial Russia to postwar North America, with relevance for every student of the history of modern Europe and the diaspora.
Volume 37 (Number 3–4), 2020
This issue of Harvard Ukrainian Studies contains articles on American perceptions of the entrenchment of Stalinism in Ukraine in the 1930s and articles on present-day questions that include the post-Maidan revamping of law enforcement and the use and misuse of translation for political ends.