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.
Yuri Kostenko, 2020
Based on original and heretofore unavailable documents, Yuri Kostenko presents the Ukrainian view on the issue of nuclear disarmament and raises the question of whether the complete and immediate dismantlement of the country’s enormous nuclear arsenal was strategically the right decision for ensuring its sovereignty and territorial integrity, especially in view of the 2014 annexation of Crimea by Russia, one of the signatories of the Budapest Memorandum.
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.