- About the book
Featuring a special section on “Identity Clashes: Russian and Ukrainian Debates on Culture, History, and Politics”
This issue's special section explores the discursive gaps, tensions, and ruptures between Ukrainian and Russian narratives of national identity. It gives the floor to Russian and Ukrainian authors with a view to enabling analytical comparisons between the dominant narratives in the two countries, including their cultural, historical, and political dimensions. This juxtaposition of Russian and Ukrainian insights is aimed at deepening our understanding of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.
Andrey Makarychev and Nina Rozhanovskaya:
Andrey Makarychev and Alexandra Yatsyk:
The Night Wolves’ Anti-Maidan and Cultural Representations of Russian Imperial Nationalism
Cultural and Performative Dimensions of the Kyiv Maidan (2013–2014)
Regional Political Regimes in Ukraine after the Euromaidan
Russian Regionalism in Action: The Case of the North-Western Federal District (1991–2017)
Oleksandr Potiekhin and Maryna Bessonova:
Ukrainian Attitudes toward the United States during the Russian Military Intervention
Victoria I. Zhuravleva:
Images of the United States in Putin’s Russia, from Obama to Trump
New Trends in the Museumification of the Soviet Past in Russia (2008–2018)
Museumification of the Soviet Past in the Context of Ukrainian Memory Politics
Ukraine’s Civil Society after the Euromaidan: Were Any Lessons Learned from the 2004 Orange Revolution?
Agency in Russia: The Case for a Maturing Civil Society
- The author
About the authorAndrey Makarychev is Guest Professor at the Johan Skytte Institute of Political Science, University of Tartu. His areas of expertise include EU-Russia studies, the EU-Russia common neighborhood, and regionalism in the post-Soviet space.
Nina Rozhanovskaya is Coordinator and academic liaison in Russia at the Kennan Institute, Wilson Center. She has published on the topics of nuclear nonproliferation and the US-Russian disarmament dialogue.
Reviews“This special section brings together Russian and Ukrainian alumni of the Kennan Institute’s fellowship programs to engage in scholarly dialogue on a wide variety of issues affecting both societies. This type of impartial academic discussion offers a unique opportunity to build bridges between the two societies at a time when such opportunities are becoming increasingly rare.”—Matt Rojansky, Director, Kennan Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, DC
- Additional Information
Delivery time 2-3 Tage / 2-3 days Author Andrey Makarychev, Nina Rozhanovskaya, Alexandra Yatsyk, Natalia Moussienko, Oleksiy Krysenko, Sergey Sukhankin, Oleksandr Potiekhin, Maryna Bessonova, Victoria Zhuravleva, Roman Abramov, Valentyna Kharkhun, Kateryna Smagliy, Anna Arutunyan Editor Andreas Umland, Julie Fedor, Andrey Makarychev Number of pages 302 Language English Publication date May 23, 2018 Weight (kg) 0.3890 ISSN 2364-5334 ISBN-13 9783838211664