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 Jean-Claude Marcadé in Volume 36 (Number 3–4), this article surveys artistic and intellectual life in the city focusing on key events in the history of Ukrainian modernism and avant-garde. It shows that the defining feature of this new art is deep attention for and fascination with forms, colors, and archetypes of traditional Ukrainian art.
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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 36 (Number 3–4), 2019
This issue of Harvard Ukrainian Studies features Ukrainian modernism in visual art and literature. The articles are prefaced by an introduction by George G. Grabowicz and accompanied by numerous rare photographs and illustrations. This issue also includes a number of reviews of recent publications.