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Journal of Ukrainian Studies Vol 37 Issue 1–2


Journal of Ukrainian Studies Vol 37 Issue 1–2


Also published as a book, Religion, Nation, and Secularization in Ukraine, this special issue is a collection of nine essays written by some of the participants of an international conference on “Religion, Nation, and Secularism in Ukraine,” held in Munich on 25-26 June 2010. The conference was co-sponsored by the International Research Training Group “Religious Cultures in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Europe” at Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich and Charles University in Prague, the Ukrainian Free University (UFU) in Munich, and the Peter Jacyk Centre for Ukrainian Historical Research at the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta. The essays for this edition were selected from among eighteen papers delivered at that conference. The guest editors of this issue are Professors Martin Schulze Wessel and Frank E. Sysyn.



Kerstin S. Jobst: Transnational and Trans-Denominational Aspects of the Veneration of Saint Josaphat Kuntsevych  /1

Burkhard Woller: The Church Union of Brest in National Discourse: Polish and Ukrainian Evaluations in Galician Historiography / 19

Michael Moser: Clerics and Laymen in the History of the Modern Standard Ukrainian Language / 41

Tobias Grill: Rabbis as Agents of Modernization in the Lands of Ukraine, 1840-1900 / 63

Frank E. Sysyn: Religion within the Ukrainian Populist Credo: The Enlightened Pastor Mykhailo Zubrytsky / 85

Liliana Hentosh: Vatican Policy on the Ukrainian-Polish War of 1918-1919 as an Example of the Catholic Church’ s Response to National Conflicts / 97

Oleh Pavlyshyn: The Calendar Question in the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, 1900-1930 / 113

Martha Bohachevsky-Chomiak: Shadow Boxing: Ukrainian Greek Catholic Hierarchs and the Ukrainian Community, 1900-1930 / 131

Leonid Heretz: Secularization, Religion, and Superstition in the Ukrainian Carpathians: Some Findings of an Oral History Project / 155


Stephen P. Scherer: Skovoroda Seen More Clearly / 167

W. Roman Petryshyn: A Ukrainian Guidebook on Canadian Identity / 177


Oleh Havrylyshyn: Andrew Wilson, The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation / 189

Andrew B. Pernal: Zenon E. Kohut, Making Ukraine: Studies on Political Culture, Historical Narrative, and Identity / 193

Thomas M. Prymak: Tatiana Tairova-Yakovleva, Mazepa-; T. G. Tairova-Yakovleva, Ivan Mazepa i Rossiiskaia Imperiia: Istoriia “Predatel'stva” / 194

Michael Moser: Virginie Symaniec, La construction Idéologique Slave Orientale: Langues, Races et Nations dans la Russie du XIX Siècle / 197

Vitaly Chernetsky: Anna Makolkin, The Nineteenth Century in Odessa: One Hundred Years of Italian Culture on the Shores of the Black Sea (1794-1894) / 199

Serhiy Bilenky: Natan M. Meir, Kiev: Jewish Metropolis. A History, 1859-1914 / 201

Thomas M. Prymak: Jacques Le Rider and Heinz Raschel, eds., La Galicie au temps des Habsbourg (1772-1918): Histoire, Société, Cultures en Contact / 205

Michael Moser: Serhii Yekelchyk, Ukrainofily: Svit Ukra'ins'kykh Patriotiv Druhoi Polovyny XIX st. / 207

Michael Moser: Andreas Kappeler, Russland und die Ukraine: Verflochtene Biographien und Geschichten / 209

Ernest Gyidel: Vasyl Veryha, Vyzvol'na Borot'ba v Ukraini, 1914-1923 rr. / 211

Mark von Hagen: Stephen Velychenko, State Building in Revolutionary Ukraine: A Comparative Study of Governments and Bureaucrats, 1917-1922 / 212

Hiroaki Kuromiya: Yurii Mytsyk, ed., Ukrains'kyi Holokost, 1932-1933: Svidchennia Tykh, Khto Vyzhyv, vol. 5 / 215

Alexander Motyl: Volodymyr V’iatrovych, Druha Pol's'ko-Ukrains'ka Viina, 1942-1947 / 216

Bohdan Klid: Petro-Yosyf Potichnyi, Sprava Bat'ka / 218

Thomas M. Prymak: Hiroaki Kuromiya, Conscience on Trial: The Fate of Fourteen Pacifists in Stalin’ s Ukraine, 1952-1953 / 220

Michael Moser: William Jay Risch, The Ukrainian West: Culture and the Fate of Empire in Soviet Lviv / 221

Michael Moser: Jenny Alwart, Mit Taras Sevcenko Staat Machen: Erinnerungskultur und Geschichtspolitik in der Ukraine vor und nach 1991 / 225

Martha Kichorowska Kebalo: Marian J. Rubchak, ed., Mapping Difference: The Many Faces of Women in Contemporary Ukraine'; Olena Hankivsky and Anastasiya Salnykova, eds., Gender, Politics, and Society in Ukraine / 227

Svitlana Shlipchenko: Marian Rubchak, ed., Mapping Difference: The Many Faces of Women in Contemporary Ukraine / 231

Iryna Konstantiuk: Yuri Shevchuk, Beginner’ s Ukrainian with Interactive Online Workbook / 233

Marko Robert Stech: The Essential Poetry of Bohdan Ihor Antonych: Ecstasies and Elegies, trans. Michael M. Naydan / 236

Larysa Bobrova: Yuri Andrukhovych, The Moscoviad, trans. Vitaly Chernetsky / 237

Suzanne Holyck Hunchuck: John C. Lehr, Community and Frontier: A Ukrainian Settlement in the Canadian Parkland / 240

Robert B. Klymasz: Michael Mucz, Baba ’s Kitchen Medicines: Folk Remedies of Ukrainian Settlers in Western Canada / 243

Frank E. Sysyn: Alexei Krindatch, ed., Atlas of American Orthodox Christian Churches / 244

Myrna Kostash: Maria Sutton, The Night Sky: A Journey From Dachau to Denver and Back / 249











Kerstin S. Jobst, Burkhard Woller, Tobias Grill, Frank E. Sysyn, Liliana Hentosh, Oleh Pavlyshyn, Martha Bohachevsky-Chomiak, Leonid Heretz, Stephen P. Scherer, Roman Petryshyn, Oleh Havrylyshyn, Andrew B. Pernal, Vitaly Chernetsky, Serhiy Bilenky, Ernest Gyidel, Mark von Hagen, Hiroaki Kuromiya, Alexander Motyl, Bohdan Klid, Thomas M. Prymak, Michael Moser, Martha, Kichorowska Kebalo, Svitlana Shlipchenko, Iryna Konstantiuk, Marko Robert Stech, Larysa Bobrova, Suzanne Holyck Hunchuck, Robert B. Klymasz, Myrna Kostash



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