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Stephen Velychenko, Joseph Ruane, Liudmyla Hrynevych
Studies in Comparative Imperial and National History
The contributors to this volume show that the themes of empire, colony, and national liberation movements can be addressed in a European continental as much as in Asian, Latin American, or African contexts....
Robert M. Cutler
East-South Relations and the Political Economy of the Communist Bloc, 1971–1991
This collection of studies investigates the political economy of international relations between the Soviet bloc (the “East”) and the developing world (the “South”), spanning the entire post-Stalin...
Jonathan Otto Pohl
The Deportation, Special Settlement, and Mobilization into the Labor Army of Ethnic Germans in the USSR, 1941–1955
This monograph provides a detailed yet concise narrative of the history of the ethnic Germans in the Russian Empire and USSR. It starts with the settlement in the Russian Empire by German colonists in...
Julie Fedor, Andrey Makarychev, Andreas Umland, Yulia Yurchuk
ISSUES IN THE HISTORY AND MEMORY OF THE OUN V
YULIYA YURCHUK, ANDREAS UMLAND: Introduction: New Studies on the Record and Remembrance of
the OUN(b) in World War II
The “Joint Declaration of Twenty-two States,” signed in Paris on November 19, 1990 by the Chiefs of State or Government of all the countries which participated in World War Two in Europe, is the closest...
Ideological Creativity in Post-Soviet Societies
The recent history of post-Soviet societies is heavily shaped by the successor nations’ efforts to geopolitically re-identify themselves and to reify certain majorities in them. As a result of these...
Reading the Testimony of Anastasia Lysyvets
Anastasia Lysyvets’s memoir Tell us about a happy life … (Skazhy pro shchaslyve zhyttia …), published in Kyiv in 2009 and now available for the first time in an English translation, is one of the...
Decommunization and Multivocality in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine
On 8 December 2013, Ukraine’s central Lenin monument in Kyiv was pulled down. In the following months, in what became known as the “Leninfall,” Ukraine swept away hundreds of communist monuments,...
How to explain the mystery of fame? Many once well-known people who spent much of their lives at the core of historic events have fallen into oblivion since. The brilliant East Ukrainian poet and Soviet-era...
Jeroen Van Den Bosch, Adrien Fauve, B. J. De Cordier
History, Politics, and Societies
This handbook is the first collection of comprehensive teaching materials for teachers and students of Central Asian Studies (CAS) with a strong pedagogic dimension. It presents 22 chapters, clustered...