- About the book
DetailsThe third instalment of this multi-volume project presents a selection of archival sources from the time of Ukraine’s Revolution on Granite in October 1990. They include telegrams sent to participants of the Revolution from supporters in different parts of Ukraine, KGB documents such as internal notes and other records, as well as transcripts of parliamentary sessions from the time of the revolution. All materials included in the volume are published in two languages: the original language of the document (Ukrainian or Russian) and in English translation. The publication completes two earlier SPPS volumes: Three Revolutions: Mobilization and Change in Contemporary Ukraine I – Theoretical Aspects and Analyses on Religion, Memory, and Identity edited by Paweł Kowal, Georges Mink, and Iwona Reichardt (2019), and Three Revolutions: Mobilization and Change in Contemporary Ukraine II – An Oral History of the Revolution on Granite, Orange Revolution, and Revolution of Dignity edited by Paweł Kowal, Georges Mink, Iwona Reichardt, and Adam Reichardt (2019).
- The author
About the authorThe editors:
Dr. Paweł Kowal served as a Research Fellow at the Chair of European History and Civilization at the College of Europe in Natolin, where he co-led, together with Professor Georges Mink, the “Three Ukrainian Revolutions” (3R) project. He is also a Professor at the Institute of Political Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences. In the past, he served as a Member of the European Parliament and Chairman of the EU Delegation to Ukraine.
Kateryna Pryshchepa was a project officer at the College of Europe in Natolin and a team member of the 3R project focusing on social and political mobilization in Ukraine. She is also a Ukrainian journalist and frequent contributor to New Eastern Europe.
Dr. Iwona Reichardt is Deputy Editor-in-Chief of the journal New Eastern Europe. She studied political science at the Jagiellonian University of Kraków. Her previous experience included work with the Foreign Policy magazine in Washington, DC, and writing policy analyses for the World Bank.
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