Social Change and National Consciousness in Twentieth-century Ukraine
Subject: History of Ukraine
Description: The first social history of modern Ukraine in English. This book examines the effects of social and political change in twentieth-century Ukraine on the national consciousness of workers, peasants, the intelligentsia, and the political elite. Chapters include: Politics and the National Question in the Post-Shelest Period Ukrainian Dissent and Opposition After Shelest Literary Politics and Literary Debates in Ukraine, 1971-81 The Ukrainian Economy in the 1970s Ethno-Demographic Trends in Ukraine in the 1970s The presentation begins with society on the eve of the 1917 revolution and ends with postwar development in the early 1970s. Co-published with the Macmillan Press.
Author: Bohdan Krawchenko
Bohdan Krawchenko, “Social Change and National Consciousness in Twentieth-century Ukraine,” CIUS-Archives, accessed January 18, 2020, http://cius-archives.ca/items/show/1664.