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Journal of Ukrainian Studies Vol 26 Issue 1–2

Title

Journal of Ukrainian Studies Vol 26 Issue 1–2

Subject

Independent Ukraine
Contemporary Ukraine
Ukrainian Language

Description

This special issue is a celebration of Ukraine's first decade of independence. The issue brings together essays in politics, economy, language policy, feminism, literature and national identity during this transitory stage in Ukrainian history.

ARTICLES

Taras Kuzio: Introduction: Overcoming Legacies of the Past. Observations on Ukraine’ s First Decade of Independence / 1

Paul D’ Anieri: Democracy Unfulfilled: The Establishment of Electoral Authoritarianism in Ukraine / 13

Robert S. Kravchuk: Administrative Reform and Centre-Local Relations / 37

King Banaian: The Economy of Ukraine after Ten Years: The Connection between Delayed Economic Reforms and External Assistance / 75

Mykola Riabchuk: A Perilous Way to Freedom: The Independent Mass Media in the Blackmail State / 93

Alexandra Hrycak: The Dilemmas of Civic Revival: Ukrainian Women since Independence / 135

Glenn Goshulak: Nation Building and Nationalism in Independent Ukraine: Theoretical Perspectives / 159

Stephen Shulman: Region, Identity, and Political Authority in Ukraine / 175

Volodymyr Kulyk: The Politics of Ethnicity in Post-Soviet Ukraine: Beyond Brubaker / 197

Oleksandr Hrytsenko: Culture as a Nation-Building Tool in Contemporary Ukraine / 223

Maksym V. Strikha: Language and Language Policy in Ukraine / 239

Tamara Hundorova: The Canon Reversed: New Ukrainian Literature of the 1990s / 249

Marko Bojcun: Ukraine and European Integration / 271

Jennifer D. R Moroney: Defining and Sustaining Ukraine’ s Strategic Partnerships / 287

Victor Chudowsky: Ukraine’ s Climate of Opinion and the Political Problem of the “Western Vector” / 309

REVIEW ARTICLE

Thomas M. Prymak: The Hrushevsky Controversy at the End of the 1990s / 325

Andrii Danylenko: Last but not Least? The New Encyclopedia of the Ukrainian Language / 345

BOOK REVIEWS

Thomas M. Prymak: Mykhailo Hrushevsky. History of Ukraine-Rus', vol. 7, The Cossack Age to 1625. Trans. Bohdan Strumihski. Ed. Frank E. Sysyn and Serhii Plokhy / 355

Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone: Terry Martin. The Affirmative Action Empire: Nations and Nationalism in the Soviet Union, 1923-1939 / 358

Serhy Yekelchyk: Sheila Fitzpatrick. Everyday Stalinism: Ordinary Life in Extraordinary Times. Soviet Russia in the 1930s / 361

Frank E. Sysyn: Themenschwerpunkt: Die ukrainische Nationalbewegung vor 1914, vol. 49, no. 2 (2001) of Jahrbiicher fur Geschichte Osteuropas / 363

Martin Malek: Peter Jordan, et al. eds. Ukraine: Geographie - Ethnische Struktur - Geschichte - Sprache und Literatur - Kultur - Politik - Bildung - Wirtschaft - Recht, vol. 42, nos. 3 (2000) of Osterreichische Osthefte / 366

Andrij Makuch: Marta Dyczok. Ukraine: Movement without Change, Change without Movement / 370

Andrew Sorokowski: Myroslaw Tataryn. Christian Churches in the New Ukraine / 371

Ihor V. Zielyk: Wsevolod W. Isajiw. Understanding Diversity: Race and Ethnicity in the Canadian Context / 374

Maxim Tarnawsky: Rostyslav Melnykiv. Maik Iohansen: Landshafty Transformatsii / 378

Orest T. Martynowych: Ivan Rusnak. Ukrains'ka Literatura Kanady Iformuvannia Natsionalnoi Svidomosti Kanadskykh Ukraintsiv / 380

Maria G. Rewakowicz: The Selected Poems of Oleh Lysheha. Trans. Oleh Lysheha and James Brasfield / 381

Jaroslaw Zurowsky: Vynnychuk, Yuri. The Windows of Time Frozen and Other Stories. Trans. Michael M. Naydan / 383

John-Paul Himka: In Memoriam: Janusz Radziejowski (1925-2002) / 385

BOOKS RECEIVED / 389

Creator

CIUS

Source

CIUS

Publisher

CIUS

Date

Summer–Winter 2001

Contributor

Taras Kuzio, Paul D’Anieri, Robert S. Kravchuk, King Banaian, Mykola Riabchuk, Alexandra Hrycak, Glenn Goshulak, Stephen Shulman, Volodymyr Kulyk, Oleksandr Hrytsenko, Maksym V. Strikha, Tamara Hundorova, Marko Bojcun, Jennifer D. R Moroney, Victor Chudowsky, Thomas M. Prymak, Andrii Danylenko, Thomas M. Prymak, Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone, Serhy Yekelchyk, Frank E. Sysyn, Martin Malek, Andrij Makuch, Andrew Sorokowski, Maxim Tamawsky, Orest T. Martynowych, Maria G. Rewakowicz, Jaroslaw Zurowsky, John-Paul Himka

Language

English

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