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 Yuri Kostenko. Edited by Svitlana Krasynska; introduction by Paul J. D'Anieri; and translated by Lidia Wolanskyj, Svitlana Krasynska, and Olena Jennings.
Based on original and heretofore unavailable documents, Yuri Kostenko’s account of the negotiations between Ukraine, Russia, and the US reveals for the first time the internal debates of the Ukrainian government, as well as the pressure exerted upon it by its international partners.
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Larry Wolff, 2019
Larry Wolff’s deeply engaging study of the partitions of Poland delves into the politics of the episcopal elite, the Vatican, and the three rulers behind the partitions: Catherine II of Russia, Frederick II of Prussia, and Joseph II of Austria (with their successors). Wolff uses correspondence with bishops in the Uniate Church and ministerial communiques to reveal the nature of state policy as it unfolded.
Volume 37 (Number 1–2), 2020
This issue of Harvard Ukrainian Studies comprises five large substantive articles, three of which concern the formative eighteenth century, as well as a review essay of two recent editions of fifteenth-century “Literature of the Judaizers,” a corpus of Jewish humanist writings translated into Ruthenian, and a section of book reviews.