Ukrainian Voices

Collected by Andreas Umland

ISSN 2629-3064 (Print) 
ISSN 2940-3839 (Online)

The book series “Ukrainian Voices” publishes 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’ aim is to introduce Western and other audiences to Ukrainian explorations and interpretations of historic and current domestic as well as international affairs. The series was founded in 2019, and the volumes are collected by Andreas Umland, M.Phil. (Oxford), Dr.Phil. (FU Berlin), Ph.D. (Cambridge), Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs in Stockholm, Senior Expert at the Ukrainian Institute for the Future in Kyiv, and Associate Professor at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. Please send your manuscript proposals to Andreas.Umland.

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  1. The Ukrainian Mentality

    Alexander Strashny

    The Ukrainian Mentality

    An Ethno-Psychological, Historical, and Comparative Exploration
    €29.90
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    260 Pages
    Alexander Strashny examinines what defines Ukrainians as a people and makes them tick. Based on an analysis of Ukraine’s history, everyday life, economy, military affairs, gender, religion, art, music,...
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  2. Shreds of War. Vol. 2

    Ildikó Eperjesi , Oleksandr Kachura

    Shreds of War. Vol. 2

    Fates from Crimea 2015–2022 With an interview of Oleh Sentsov
    €42.00
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    334 Pages
    After their Shreds of War: Fates from the Donbas Frontline 2015–2019, Eperjesi and Kachura uncover in this second volume effects of the illegal annexation of Crimea by Russia. Oleksandr managed to visit...
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  3. Rechte Tür Links

    Kyrylo Tkachenko

    Rechte Tür Links

    Radikale Linke in Deutschland, die Revolution und der Krieg in der Ukraine, 2013–2018
    €24.90
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    198 Pages
    Wie kommt es, dass viele Linke besonders anfällig für russische Narrative über den russisch-ukrainischen Krieg sind? Und warum überschneiden sich die linken Interpretationen so stark mit denjenigen...
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  4. Matzewe in meinem Garten

    Dominika Rank

    Matzewe in meinem Garten

    Abenteuer eines jüdischen Heritage-Touristen in der Ukraine
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    276 Pages
    „Eigentlich sollte der junge Gymnasiallehrer Jakob Sandler, Enkel einer Holocaustüberlebenden, sich nicht groß von anderen „Heritage“-Touristen unterscheiden:  Flug aus Deutschland zum Flughafen...
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  5. Ukraine Vis-à-Vis Russia and the EU

    Alina Nychyk

    Ukraine Vis-à-Vis Russia and the EU

    Misperceptions of Foreign Challenges in Times of War, 2014–2015With a foreword by Paul D’Anieri
    €24.90
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    312 Pages
    This book investigates the making of Ukraine’s foreign policy towards the European Union and Russia between February 2014 and February 2015. To contextualize the events of the first year of the Russian-Ukrainian...
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  6. Jewish-Ukrainian Relations and the Birth of a Political Nation

    Vladislav Davidzon

    Jewish-Ukrainian Relations and the Birth of a Political Nation

    Selected Writings 2013-2023
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    254 Pages
    This is a selection of essays and dispatches from a veteran observer of the development of Ukrainian culture and politics over the course of a decade. The volume deals with the issue of Ukrainian-Jewish...
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  7. Women of Ukraine: Reportages from the War and Beyond
    €22.00
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    178 Pages
    This book presents a collection of reportages from Ukraine spanning roughly one year, from February 2022 to February 2023. Its focus is on the experiences of women in the context of war, whether they are...
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  8. Understanding Ukraine

    Marieluise Beck

    Understanding Ukraine

    Tracing the Roots of Terror and ViolenceWith a foreword by Dmytro Kuleba
    €16.90
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    210 Pages
    The 2013–2014 Euromaidan Revolution’s call for justice, dignity, and liberty brought Ukraine, which had ’disappeared ’ behind the Iron Curtain for decades after the horrors of World War II, into...
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  9. The War that Changed Us

    Kateryna Pylypchuk

    The War that Changed Us

    Ukrainian Novellas, Poems, and Essays from 2022
    €27.90
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    188 Pages
    At 5:08 a.m. on February 24, 2022, Kateryna woke up in Kyiv to the sound of bombing. This marked the end of her world, work plans and ideas, travels … All that remained was to save herself and her children....
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  10. The War that Changed Us

    Kateryna Pylypchuk

    The War that Changed Us

    Ukrainian Novellas, Poems, and Essays from 2022
    €49.90
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    188 Pages
    At 5:08 a.m. on February 24, 2022, Kateryna woke up in Kyiv to the sound of bombing. This marked the end of her world, work plans and ideas, travels … All that remained was to save herself and her children....
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