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Essays in Modern Ukrainian History

Subject: History
Description: A collection of twenty-three essays by Ivan L. Rudnytsky, a leading historian of modern Ukraine noted for his original interpretation of key issues in modern Ukrainian history.

Essay titles include:

The Role of Ukraine in Modern History
Ukraine Between East and West
Observations on the Problem of "Historical" and "Non-Historical" Nations
Pereiaslav: History and Myth
Trends in Ukrainian Political Thought Intellectual
Origins of Modern Ukraine Polish-Ukrainian Relations: The Burden of History
Ukrainian-Jewish Relations
Hipolit Vladimir Terlecki
Carpatho-Ukraine: A People in Search of Their Identity
Michal Czajkowski's Cossack Project During the Crimean War
Ukrainians in Galicia under Austrian Rule
Drahomanov as Political Theorist
The First Ukrainian Political Program: Mykhailo Drahomanov's "Introduction" to Hromada
Ukrainian National Movement on the Eve of the First World War
Volodymyr Vynnychenko's Ideas in the Light of His Political Writings
Viachyslav Lypynsky: Statesman, Historian, and Political Thinker
Soviet Ukraine in Historical Perspective

and many others.
Publisher: CIUS
Date: 1987
Language: English

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Rudnytsky, Ivan L. (Ivan Lysiak), “Essays in Modern Ukrainian History,” CIUS-Archives, accessed February 22, 2019,
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