Ukrainian Voices

Collected by Andreas Umland

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@stanfordalumni.org.

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  1. Fascism and Genocide: Russia’s War Against Ukrainians

    Taras Kuzio, Stefan Jajecznyk-Kelman

    Fascism and Genocide: Russia’s War Against Ukrainians

    €39.90
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    350 Pages
    This book details how Russia’s February 2022 open invasion of Ukraine has led to the biggest military conflagration and refugee crisis in Europe since World War II—a development with global ramifications....
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  2. Writing the Nation: The Ukrainian Historical Profession in Independent Ukraine and the Diaspora
    €24.90
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    266 Pages
    Serhy Yekelchyk analyzes the development of Ukrainian history writing from the fall of communism to the early responses to Russia’s massive invasion in 2022. He emphasizes the global nature of the modern...
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  3. Shreds of War: Fates from the Donbas Frontline 2014-2019

    Ildikó Eperjesi, Oleksandr Kachura

    Shreds of War: Fates from the Donbas Frontline 2014-2019

    With a Foreword by Olexy Haran
    €42.00
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    352 Pages
    In Eastern Ukraine, unfathomable human dramas have unfolded since 2014. Thousands died in the fighting. The homes of tens of thousands were destroyed. Many were captured and tortured, millions ousted from...
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  4. Ein Verlust: Die Geschichte eines gefallenen ukrainischen Soldaten, erzählt von seiner Schwester
    €19.90
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    150 Pages
    Als dieses Buch geschrieben wurde, war es die Geschichte eines Todesfalls unter vielen im Krieg in der Ostukraine. Nach dem 24. Februar 2022 hat es eine neue Dimension erhalten – jetzt ist es nicht...
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  5. The Holodomor and the Origins of the Soviet Man

    Vitalii Ogiienko

    The Holodomor and the Origins of the Soviet Man

    Reading the Testimony of Anastasia Lysyvets
    €24.90
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    178 Pages
    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...
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  6. World War II, Uncontrived and Unredacted: Testimonies from Ukraine 
    €24.90
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    270 Pages
    The war separated families, took lives, broke fates ... It is very important to know and remember it at any time. Even many decades later, new details, memories, and testimonies appear. This book gathers...
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  7. Der Zweite Weltkrieg in der Ukraine

    Vakhtang Kipiani

    Der Zweite Weltkrieg in der Ukraine

    Geschichte und Lebensgeschichten
    €29.90
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    320 Pages
    In diesem Band sind authentische Schicksale zusammengetragen: Vakhtang Kipiani legt eine faszinierende Sammlung von Berichten über zerstörte Träume, zerrissene Familien, Tote, Ermorderte, Folter, Grausamkeit...
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  8. Heller Weg: Geschichte eines Konzentrationslagers im Donbass 2017-2019
    €16.80
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    184 Pages
    2017 wird der ukrainische Journalist Stanislav Aseyev im okkupierten Donezk verhaftet und wegen "Extremismus" sowie "Spionage" zu 15 Jahren Haft verurteilt – unter anderem, weil er in seinen Reportagen...
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  9. Wie funktioniert Putins Propaganda?

    Mykola Davydiuk

    Wie funktioniert Putins Propaganda?

    Anmerkungen zum Informationskrieg des Kremls
    €16.80
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    142 Pages
    An wen richtet sich Putins Propaganda, und wie funktioniert sie? Was ist ein hybrider Krieg, und wie hängt er mit dem Konzept der Russischen Welt zusammen? Wer ist auf technischer Ebene für Propaganda...
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  10. Vasyl Stus: Life in Creativity
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    352 Pages
    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...
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