Volume 35 (2017-2018)

THE BATTLE FOR UKRAINIAN: A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Edited by Andrea Graziosi and Michael S. Flier

Contents

  • Contributors | 9
  • The Battle for Ukrainian: An Introduction 
    Andrea Graziosi and Michael S. Flier | 11
1. The Ukrainian Language Question: Linguistics, History, Politics
  • Ukrainian — Russian: Poles Apart?
    Michael S. Flier | 31
  • Against All Odds: Ukrainian in the Russian Empire in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century
    Johannes Remy | 43
  • The “Doubling of Hallelujah” for the “Bastard Tongue”: The Ukrainian Language Question in Russian Ukraine, 1905–1916
    Andrii Danylenko | 59
  • The Fate of the “Ruthenian or Little Russian” (Ukrainian) Language in Austrian Galicia (1772–1867)
    Michael A. Moser | 87
  • Ukrainian in Austria-Hungary (1905–1918) and Interwar Eastern Europe (1918–1939)
    Jan Fellerer | 105
  • An Empire of Substitutions: The Language Factor in the Russian Revolution
    Michael G. Smith | 125
  • Bolshevik Language Policy as a Reflection of the Ideas and Practice of Communist Construction, 1919–1933
    Hennadii Yefimenko | 145
  • Language Policy as a Political Linguistics: The Implicit Model of Linguistics in the Discussion of the Norms of Ukrainian and Belarusian in the 1930s
    Patrick Sériot | 169
  • The Ukrainian Language under Totalitarianism and Total War
    Yuri Shapoval | 187
  • Wings to Lift the Truth Up High: The Role of Language for the Shistdesiatnyky
    Simone A. Bellezza | 213
  • Language, Status, and State Loyalty in Ukraine
    Dominique Arel | 233
  • Language Attitudes in Independent Ukraine: Differentiation and Evolution
    Volodymyr Kulyk | 265
  • Purism and Pluralism: Language Use Trends in Popular Culture in Ukraine since Independence
    Laada Bilaniuk | 293
  • Ukrainian Language Legislation and the National Crisis
    Bohdan Azhniuk | 311
2. Models for Comparison
  • Language, Politics and the State(s): Reflections from Ireland
    Tony Crowley | 331
  • The Rise and Dynamics of the Normative Isomorphism of Language, Nation, and State in Central Europe
    Tomasz Kamusella | 351
  • When the West Meets the East: Slavia Romana at the Crossroads
    Anita Peti-Stantic´ | 383
  • The Formation of the Finnish Polity within the Russian Empire: Language, Representation, and the Construction of Popular Political Platforms, 1863–1906
    Jussi Kurunmäki and Ilkka Liikanen | 399
  • The Divergent Fates of Yiddish and Hebrew
    Zvi Gitelman | 417
  • When is Language a Language? The Case of Former Yugoslavia
    Robert D. Greenberg | 431
  • India and the Soviet Model: The Linguistic State Reorganization and the Problem of Hindi
    Andrea Graziosi | 443
  • After Status Reversal: The Use of Titular Languages and Russian in the Baltic Countries
    Martin Ehala | 473
  • The Art of Defining Linguistic Minorities in Quebec and Canada
    François Charbonneau | 493
Review Essay
  • «Хотелось как лучше, а получилось как всегда,» or Haven’t We Seen This Movie Before?
    Roman Solchanyk | 513
Reviews
  • Robert Frost, The Oxford History of Poland-Lithuania (Jared Warren) | 531
  • Denise Klein, ed., The Crimean Khanate between East and West (15th–18th Century) (Maryna Kravets) | 532
  • Serhiy Bilenky, Romantic Nationalism in Eastern Europe: Russian, Polish, and Ukrainian Political Imaginations (Serhy Yekelchyk) | 536
  • Wolfram Dornik, Georgiy Kasianov, Hannes Leidinger, Peter Lieb, Alexei Miller, Bogdan Musial, and Vasyl Rasevych, The Emergence of Ukraine: Self-Determination, Occupation, and War in Ukraine, 1917–1922, trans. Gus Fagan (Sophia Wilson) | 539
  • Liliana Hentosh, Mytropolyt Sheptyts´kyi, 1923–1939: Vyprobuvannia idealiv (Yuriy Koshulap) | 542
  • David Engel, ed., The Assassination of Symon Petliura and the Trial of Scholem Schwarzbard, 1926–1927: A Selection of Documents (Jolanta Mickutė) | 544
  • Tarik Cyril Amar, The Paradox of Ukrainian Lviv: A Borderland City between Stalinists, Nazis, and Nationalists (Kathryn David) | 547
  • Elizabeth A. Wood, William E. Pomeranz, E. Wayne Merry, and Maxim Trudolyubov, Roots of Russia’s War in Ukraine (Jacobus Delwaide) | 550
  • Margarita M. Balmaceda, The Politics of Energy Dependency: Ukraine, Belarus, and Lithuania between Domestic Oligarchs and Russian Pressure (Nadiya Kravets) | 553
Text Size