Our author Mychailo Wynnyckyj, Canadian-Ukrainian Professor and a first-hand observer of Maidan, held a book presentation live online in February and shared his insights about the Ukrainian Revolution of Dignity in conversation with Ukraine experts Professor Andreas Umland and Dr Olesya Khromeychuk. You can find a video of this fascinating discussion here.
About the book
In his recent book Ukraine's Maidan, Russia's War, published as the first volume of the Ukrainian Voices book series, Professor Wynnyckyj provides a chronicle of Ukraine’s Maidan and Russia’s on-going war and puts forth an analysis of the Revolution of Dignity from the perspective of a participant observer.
About the series
The Ukrainian Voices book series includes English- and German-language monographs, edited volumes, document collections, and anthologies of articles authored and composed by Ukrainian politicians, intellectuals, activists, officials, researchers, entrepreneurs, artists, and diplomats. The series aims to introduce Western and broader audiences to Ukrainian explorations and interpretations of historic and current domestic as well as international affairs. The purpose of these books is to familiarize non-Ukrainian readers with how some prominent Ukrainians approach, research, and assess their country’s development and position in the world. The series was founded in 2019 and is edited by Andreas Umland.