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Journal of Ukrainian Studies Vol 17 Issue 1–2

This special volume began as a project to publish the papers given at a panel on relations among Belarusians, Ukrainians, and Russians from the sixteenth to the seventeenth centuries, sponsored by the Jacyk Centre at the Fourth World Congress for Soviet and East European Studies at Harrogate, England, on 26 July 1990. When additional papers were received, it became feasible to devote a double issue of the journal to early modern Ukraine.ARTICLES Zenon E. Kohut: Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century: An Agenda for the Study of Politics ...3 Iaroslav Isaievych: Early Modern Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine: Culture and Cultural Relations ...17 Mikhail Dmitriev: The Religious Programme of the Union of Brest in the Context of the Counter-Reformation in Eastern Europe ...29 Ihor Ševčenko: Religious Polemical Literature in the Ukrainian and Belarusian Lands in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries ...45 Antoni Mironowicz: Orthodox Centres and Organizations in Polachia from the Mid-Sixteenth through the Seventeenth Century ...59 David A. Frick: Zyzanij and Smotryc'kyj (Moscow, Constantinople, and Kiev): Episodes in Cross-Cultural Misunderstanding ...67 Iryna Voronchyk: Do Pytannia pro Sotsialno-Ekonomichne Stanovyshche Selianstva Volyni v Pershyi Polovyni XVII st. ...95 Shmuel Ettinger: The Legal and Social Status of the Jews of Ukraine from the Fifteenth Century to the Cossack Uprising of 1648 ...107 Frank E. Sysyn: The Khmelnytsky Uprising and Ukrainian Nation-Building ...141 Serhii Plokhy: The Symbol of Little Russia: The Pokrova Icon and Early Modern Ukrainian Political Ideology ...171 Natalia Pylypiuk: Poetry as Milk: A Seventeenth-Century Metaphor and its Pedagogical Context ...189 Peter Rolland: "Nieskoro" Prawi "Monsztuk do Tych Trąb Otrzymacie": On Lazar Baranovyč's Truby Sloves Propovídnyx and their Non-publication in Moscow ...205Dushan Bernadsky: Ex abundantia enim cordis os loquitor: Dymytrij Tuptalo's Ukrainian Sermons and the Kievan Rhetorical Model ...217

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