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.
New Book Series
Our new series of Ukrainian literature in translation makes some of Ukraine’s best writing from the early modern period to the present day accessible to an English-speaking audience.
The first books in this series are expected to be available by the end of 2021.
Serhii Plokhy, 2021
The Frontline presents a selection of essays drawn together for the first time to form a companion volume to Plokhy’s The Gates of Europe and Chernobyl.
Juxtaposing Ukraine’s history to the contemporary politics of memory, this volume provides a multidimensional image of a country that continues to make headlines around the world. Eloquent in style and comprehensive in approach, the essays collected here reveal the roots of the ongoing political, cultural, and military conflict in Ukraine, the largest country in Europe.
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.