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Journal of Ukrainian Studies Vol 35–36

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Journal of Ukrainian Studies Vol 35–36

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The special issue Confronting the Past: Ukraine and Its History (volumes 35-36, 2010-2011) is a collection of nineteen essays written by North American and European colleagues and former students in honor of John-Paul Himka. The essays are in the fields of modern and contemporary Ukrainian history and culture. Confronting the Past: Ukraine and Its History includes Professor Himka's autobiographical essay and a select bibliography of his works.


Preface
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ARTICLES

John-Paul Himka: My Past and Identities / 1

John-Paul Himka: A Selected Bibliography, 1971-2011 / 5

Natalia Pylypiuk: References to History and Historical Fiction in the Mohylanian Trivium / 19

Serhii Plokhy: Reconstructive Forgery: The Hadiach Agreement (1658) in the History of the Rus' / 37

Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj: Is Gogol’s 1842 Version of Taras Bulba Really “Russified”? / 51

Myroslav Shkandrij: The Feminine Ideal and the Critique of Gentry Sentimentalism in Taras Shevchenko’ s Khudozhnik / 69

Yaroslav Hrytsak: “Icarian Flights in Almost All Directions” Reconsidered / 81

Andriy Zayarnyuk: The Greek Catholic Rustic Gentry and the Ukrainian National Movement in Habsburg-Ruled Galicia / 91

Ostap Sereda: Mizh Ukrajinofil'stvom i Panslavizmom: Do Istorii Zmin Natsional'noji Identychnosti Halyts'ko-Rus'kykh Diiachiv u 60-kh rokakh XIX st. (Sproba Polibiografichnoho Doslidzhennia) / 103

Anatoliy Kruglashov: Bukovyna: A Border Region with a Fluctuating Identity / 121

Heather J. Coleman: Orthodox Clergy and the Jews in Kyiv Eparchy, 1860-1900 / 141

Frances Swyripa: When Churches Emigrate: Some Observations from the Canadian Experience / 155

Paul Robert Magocsi: The Fourth Rus': A New Reality in a New Europe / 167

Mark R. Baker: Groping toward Soviet Power in the Countryside: The Non-Party Peasant Conferences of Kharkiv Province in 1920 / 179

Olia Hnatiuk: Doktor Faust. Motyvy Istoriosofii Osval'da Shpenglera v Literaturnij Publitsystytsi Dmytra Dontsova / 193

Colin P. Neufeldt: The "Zborni” of Khortytsia, Ukraine: The Last Stop for Some Kulaks En Route to Stalin’ s Special Settlements / 207

Serge Cipko: Edmonton Newspaper Reports about the 1932-1933 Famine in Ukraine / 225

Yoshie Mitsuyoshi: The Zhinviddil Resurrected: Soviet Women’ s Organizations in Postwar Western Ukraine / 235

Serhy Yekelchyk: Policing Postwar Kyiv: Crime, Social Control, and a Demoralized Police / 251

David R. Marples: The Yanukovych Election Campaigns in Ukraine, 2004 and 2006: An Analysis / 265

Roman Solchanyk: Who are these People? 2.0 / 281

REVIEW ARTICLE

George O. Liber: Russian-Oriented Cities and the Russification of Urban Memory in Late Soviet and Post-Soviet Ukraine / 291

BOOK REVIEWS

Thomas M. Prymak: Orest Subtelny, Ukraine: A History, 4th ed.; Paul Robert Magocsi, A History of Ukraine: The Land and Its Peoples, 2d, revised ed. / 303

Brian Davies: Mykhailo Hrushevsky, History of Ukraine-Rus', vol. 9, bk. 2, part 1, The Cossack Age, 1654-1657 / 304

Brian Davies: Mykhailo Hrushevsky, History of Ukraine-Rus', vol. 9, bk. 2, part 2, The Cossack Age, 1654-1657  / 308

Bohdan Klid: Paul Kubicek, The History of Ukraine / 311

Roman Shiyan: Yaroslav Fedoruk, Vilenskyi Dohovir 1656 roku: Skhidnoievropeiska Kryza i Ukraina u Seredyni XVII st. / 313

Andrew B. Pernal: Hadiatska Uniia 1658 roku, ed. Pavlo Sokhan et al. / 315

Heather J. Coleman: Barbara Skinner, The Western Front of the Eastern Church: Uniate and Orthodox Conflict in Eighteenth-Century Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, and Russia; Mara Kozelsky, Christianizing Crimea: Shaping Sacred Space in the Russian Empire and Beyond / 317

Alison K. Smith: Leonard Friesen, Rural Revolutions in Southern Ukraine: Peasants, Nobles, and Colonists, 1774-1905 / 322

Olga Andriewsky: D. D. Bilyi, Ukraintsi Kubani v 1792-1921 Rokakh: Evoliutsiia Sotsialnykh Identychnostei / 323

Patricia A. Krafcik: John-Paul Himka, Last Judgment Iconography in the Carpathians / 325

Andrew Sorokowski: Larry Wolff, The Idea of Galicia: History and Fantasy in Habsburg Political Culture / 328

Andriy Zayamyuk: Markian Prokopovych, Habsburg Lemberg: Architecture, Public Space, and Politics in the Galician Capital, 1772-1914 / 329

Mark Andryczyk: John Czaplicka, ed., Lviv: A City in the Crosscurrents of Culture / 331

Peter J. Potichnyj: Alexander V. Prusin, The Lands Between: Conflict in the East European Borderlands, 1870-1992 / 334

Ernest Gyidel: Mark von Hagen, War in a European Borderland: Occupations and Occupation Plans in Galicia and Ukraine, 1914-1918 / 336

Mark von Hagen: Vasyl Kuchabsky, Western Ukraine in Conflict with Poland and Bolshevism, 1918-1923, trans. Gus Fagan / 338

Maxim Tarnawsky: Myroslav Shkandrij, Jews in Ukrainian Literature: Representation and Identity / 340

Roman Ivashkiv: Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern, The Anti-Imperial Choice: The Making of the Ukrainian Jew / 342

Myroslaw Tataryn: Peter Galadza, ed. Unite en Division: Les lettres de Lev Gillet, "Un Moine de Teglise d’ Orient," a Andrei Cheptytsky, 1921-1929 / 344

Piotr Wrobel: Timothy Snyder, Sketches from a Secret War: A Polish Artist's Mission to Liberate Soviet Ukraine / 346

Serhy Yekelchyk: Lynne Viola, The Unknown Gulag: The Lost World of Stalin ’s Special Settlements / 348

David R. Marples: Halyna Hryn, ed., Hunger by Design: The Great Ukrainian Famine and Its Soviet Context / 349

Hiroaki Kuromiya: Serhii Kokin and Marc Junge, eds., Velykyi Teror v Ukraini: "Kurkulska Pperatsiia” 1937-1938 rr., parts 1-2 (2 vols) / 351

George O. Liber: John Czaplicka, Nida Gelazis, and Blair Ruble, eds. Cities after the Fall of Communism: Reshaping Cultural Landscapes and European Identity / 352

Olga Onuch: Andrej N. Lushnycky and Mykola Riabchuk, eds., Ukraine on Its Meandering Path between East and West; Larissa M. L. Zaleska Onyshkevych and Maria G. Rewakowicz, eds. Contemporary Ukraine on the Cultural Map of Europe / 357

Marta Dyczok: Peter W. Rodgers, Nation, Region, and History in Post-Communist Transitions: Identity Politics in Ukraine, 1991-2006 / 360

Michael Moser: Margrethe B. Sovik, Support, Resistance and Pragmatism: An Examination of Motivation in Language Policy in Kharkiv, Ukraine / 361

Taras Kuzio: Paul D’ Anieri, ed., Orange Revolution and Aftermath: Mobilization Apathy and the State / 364

Nadia Zavorotna: Sarah D. Phillips, Women’ s Social Activism in the New Ukraine: Development of the Politics of Differentiation / 368

Thomas M. Prymak: Ksenya Kiebuzinski, ed., Through Foreign Latitudes and Unknown Tomorrows: Three Hundred Years of Ukrainian Emigré Political Culture / 370

Nadia Zavorotna: Symon Narizhny, Ukrains'ka Emihratsiia: Kulturna Pratsia Ukrainskoi Emihratsii mizh Dvoma Svitovymy Viinamy, part 1, 2d ed. / 372

Myron Momryk: Frances Swyripa, Storied Landscapes, Ethno-Religious Identity and the Canadian Prairies / 373

Thomas M. Prymak: Rhonda L. Hinther and Jim Mochoruk, eds., Re-Imagining Ukrainian Canadians: History, Politics, and Identity / 375

Michael Moser: Artur Bracki, Surzyk: Historia i Teráżniejszośći / 378

Robert B. Klymasz: Jacob P. Hursky, Selected Works / 381

Yuri Shevchuk: Alla Nedashkivska, Ukrainian through Its Living Culture: Advanced Level Language Textbook / 382

Natalia Khanenko-Friesen: Adriana Helbig, Oksana Buranbaeva, and Vanja Mladineo, Culture and Customs of Ukraine / 386

Olga Pressitch: Yaroslav Rozumny, Batkivshchyna v Poezii Yara Slavutycha; Liudmyla Skoryna, Zvytiaha Slova, Rozdumiv i Dila: Poeziia Yara Slavutycha / 387

Mark Andryczyk: Olha Luchuk, ed., V Inshomu Svitli/In A Different Light: A Bilingual Anthology of Ukrainian Literature, translated into English by Virlana Tkacz and Wanda Phipps as Performed by Yara Arts Group / 389

Maria G. Rewakowicz: Vasyl Makhno, Thread and Selected New York Poems, trans. Orest Popovych / 391

Thomas M. Prymak: Oleksander Dombrovsky, ed., Visti UVAN, vol. 4; Asia Humetska, ed., Ukrainskoamerykanska Asotsiiatsiia Universytetskykh Profesoriv: Statti i Materiialy; Liubomyr Vynar, ed., Materiialy do Istorii Ukrainskoho Istorychnoho Tovarystva / 393

BOOKS RECEIVED / 395

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2010-2011

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John-Paul Himka, Natalia Pylypiuk, Serhii Plokhy, Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj, Myroslav Shkandrij, Andriy Zayarnyuk, Ostap Sereda, Anatoliy Kruglashov, Heather J. Coleman, Frances Swyripa, Paul Robert Magocsi, Mark R. Baker, Olia Hnatiuk, Colin P. Neufeldt, Serge Cipko, Yoshie Mitsuyoshi, George O. Liber, Brian Davies, Bohdan Klid, Roman Shiyan, Andrew B. Pernal, Heather J. Coleman, Alison K. Smith, Olga Andriewsky, Patricia A. Krafcik Mark Andryczyk, Peter J. Potichnyj, Ernest Gyidel, Mark von Hagen, Maxim Tarnawsky, Roman Ivashkiv, Myroslaw Tataryn, Piotr Wróbel, Serhy Yekelchyk, David R. Marples, Hiroaki Kuromiya, George O. Liber, Olga Onuch, Larissa M. L. Zaleska Onyshkevych, Marta Dyczok, Michael Moser, Taras Kuzio, Nadia Zavorotna, Myron Momryk, Michael Moser, Robert B. Klymasz, Yuri Shevchuk, Natalia Khanenko-Friesen, Olga Pressitch, Mark Andryczyk, Maria G. Rewakowicz,Thomas M. Prymak

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