Making Ukraine: Negotiating, Contesting, and Drawing the Borders in the Twentieth Century
Academic editor: O. Palko, C. Ardeleanu
Overlapping Spaces: Negotiating and Delineating the Ukrainian-Moldovan Border during the Interwar and Wartime Years
, , in : Making Ukraine: Negotiating, Contesting, and Drawing the Borders in the Twentieth Century. : McGill- Queen’s University Press, 2022. P. 210-237.
Added: March 3, 2021
A Soviet Ethnic Cleansing? The Polish-Soviet Population Exchange and the Making of Modern Ukraine, 1944–1947
, The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review 2021 Vol. 48 No. 1 P. 85-115
The article examines the population exchange between Poland and the Soviet Union in 1944–1947, its role in the shaping of modern Ukraine, and its place in the evolution of the Soviet nationality policy. It investigates the factors involved in the decision-making of individuals and state officials and then assesses how people on the ground made ...
Added: January 29, 2021
По ту сторону национального государства: неявное влияние националистических социальных движений на общественное мнение в Беларуси и Украине
, Вестник общественного мнения. Данные. Анализ. Дискуссии 2014 Т. 1-2 № 117 С. 115-123
Сравнительный анализ националистических движений в Беларуси и Украине показывает, что модель Хроха остается полезным средством анализа, даже тогда, когда она не в состоянии отразить структуру и логику от-дельного случая ...
Added: October 31, 2014
It is much better to bend an oak when it is young’: fin de siècle Ukrainian national geographical pedagogy
, Journal of Historical Geography 2017
Education is considered one of the most crucial tools for internalising one’s cognitive maps. Teaching children their national geography helps nation builders overcome total ignorance of future citizens about what and where their fatherland is. Ukrainian intellectuals of the nineteenth century in the Romanov Empire were keenly aware of this at least since the 1860s. ...
Added: December 14, 2016
, Вестник МГИМО Университета 2021 Vol. 14 No. 1 P. 48-93
Since their independence, Ukraine and Belarus have pursued relatively consistent but almost polar-opposite policies toward Russia. For the most part, the difference is explicable not as a product of differing material pressures and incentives (which do not, in fact, differ significantly), but as a consequence of differing popular and elite conceptions of Ukrainian and Belarusian national identities, ...
Added: November 4, 2023
, Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity 2020 Vol. 48 No. 5 P. 931-941
The article examines the first published ethnographic map of Ukraine, which appeared in Lviv in 1861. While carefully analysing new archival and published sources from both the Habsburg and Romanov empires, it puts this map into the wider context of contemporary Ukrainian national movement. The author argues that Russian Ukrainian activists of 1860s were unquestionably ...
Added: December 7, 2016
Рец. Федевич К.І., Федевич К.К. За віру, царя і Кобзаря. Малоросійські монархісти і український національний рух (1905–1917 роки). Київ: Критика, 2017
, Harvard Ukrainian Studies 2020 Vol. 37 No. 3–4 P. 420-423
Added: August 5, 2020
М. : Центр "Сова", 2014
Предлагаемый вниманию читателей сборник статей посвящен в первую очередь проявлениям этнорелигиозной ксенофобии - от уличного насилия до принятых в мейнстримных масс-медиа проявлений интолерантности - и различным аспектам современной динамики русского национализма - от политической эволюции некоторых групп до трансформации полуофициального дискурса. В сборник также включены статьи о трудностях правового противодействия ксенофобии. Две статьи о современном ...
Added: March 16, 2015
, Studia Politica 2020 Vol. 20 No. 2 P. 157-202
This article is dedicated to examining the changes in the political attitudes related to national populism in the European public opinion. The research hypothesis is that the “revival of nationalism” over the last years is due to the rise not in nationalist attitudes as such but in the strength of their intercorrelations with the political ...
Added: December 21, 2020
Пространство осмысления: Последствия конфликта на Украине с точки зрения ведущих мировых интеллектуалов
, Россия в глобальной политике 2023 Т. 21 № 3 С. 117-140
This review presents the views of some of the world's most prominent intellectuals who responded during 2022 and early 2023 to the situation and the possible consequences of the military conflict in Ukraine. ...
Added: May 23, 2023
, , in : Discursive Approaches to Populism Across Disciplines: The Return of Populists and the People. : Palgrave Macmillan, 2021. Ch. 3. P. 63-90.
Added: February 6, 2021
, Europe-Asia Studies 2015 Vol. 67 No. 2 P. 306-326
The post-Soviet period in Russia has seen the emergence of strong identities shaped around ethnicity issues. The current Putin presidency is marked by a political concern for the 'national question' with strong traditionalist connotations. State dominated politics of identity promoting an encompassing Russian (rossiyskaya) identity aim to become a game changer in nation-building. This agenda ...
Added: February 29, 2016
, , in : Dynamics of National Identity: Media and Societal Factors of What We Are. : L. : Routledge, 2016. P. 206-228.
This study reveals the structure of national identity among Russians, and tests the effects of different components of national identity on attitudes to immigrants. I hypothesize that there are three distinct components of national identity that affect anti-immigrant attitudes differently: nationalism (positive), cultural patriotism (no effect), and political patriotism (negative). The sample (N = 856) ...
Added: December 14, 2014
, , Slavic Review 2015 Vol. 74 No. 4 P. 715-722
The article is a solicited contribution to the thematic cluster "Critical Forum on Ukraine". It rejects the explanatory model that treats values and cultures as being specially and civilizationally defined and critically utilizes the repertoire of postcolonial studies to assess the Ukrainian postcolonial condition. ...
Added: October 22, 2016
, , , Russian Law Journal 2019 Vol. 7 No. 3 P. 107-133
Modern challenges for international law application in the former USSR countries are inextricably linked to the regional integration issues. Despite seeking closer rapprochement with the EU, Russia never dropped its ambitions as a spearhead of political, economic and legal integration within the post-Soviet area. Belarus actively participates in the post-Soviet integration projects while seeking improvements ...
Added: August 29, 2019
, , , Journal of Baltic Studies 2014 Vol. 45 No. 2 P. 143-168
Using original and secondary survey data, the authors study the interaction of ethnic and civic factors that Lithuanians consider salient to their national identity. Factor analysis of the original survey data indicates that there are at least three coherent versions of Lithuanian national identity adhered to by individuals; two of these are ethnic in nature, ...
Added: January 18, 2014
, Russian Journal of Economics 2016 Vol. 2 No. 3 P. 302-326
Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, its successor states have suffered from cyclical currency crises. The most recent episode of 2014–2016 was caused by a combination of external and domestic factors. The former include tighter US monetary policy, slower global growth, and declining commodity prices, whereas the latter include the former Soviet Union (FSU) ...
Added: October 27, 2016
Instituto de Investigaciones Jurídicas, UNAM, 2022
This compendium looks at the recent conflict in Ukraine with a fresh look and from a multidisciplinary perspective. ...
Added: May 29, 2022
, Среднее профессиональное образование 2016 № 12 С. 11-13
The article is devoted to the development of culture of tolerance among modern students. The main purpose was to identify the nature of problems faced by students of all ages and ways of overcoming them. The survey is based on works by Carl Popper and John Dewey. The result of this research was the fact ...
Added: October 19, 2016
, Россия и современный мир 2021 Т. 3 № 112 С. 145-164
В данной работе приводится обзор, исследований по проблемам формирования украинской национальной идентичности, опубликованных в англоязычных зарубежных журналах. Приведенные в обзоре статьи можно разделить на три группы, согласно их теоретическим подходам: 1) определяющие дихотомию гражданской / этнической идентичности; 2) анализирующие множественность нарративов идентичности; 3) рассматривающие украинскую национальную идентичность как постколониальную. Также приводятся работы, в которых предлагаются ...
Added: October 6, 2022
, Transcultural Studies 2016 Vol. 12 P. 15-38
This article is focused on “Political Orthodoxy”, an ideological trend and sociocultural phenomenon with regard to its impact to militarization and justification of war from religious point of view. The author pays his attention to elaboration the idea of “Orthodox civilization” by the part of Orthodox nationalist teoreticians striving to transform Orthodoxy into “political religion”, ...
Added: January 9, 2017
, , in : Narratives of ethnic identity, migration and politics. The multidisciplinary perspective. : Kraków : Księgarnia akademicka, 2013. P. 48-62.
The article examines the causes of the recent revival of the ethnic version of national identity in the global public discourse, signified by the alleged failure of multiculturalism in Europe. The two most widespread hypotheses are innateness of ethnonationalism to the irrational side of human nature and ethnonationalism as a form of xenophobia due to ...
Added: June 4, 2013
, Вопросы философии 2018 № 4 С. 22-31
The Russian revolution is a process of ambiguous modernization (since the end of the 19th century), which is still not institutionally completed. The key moment was the events of 2017. Their result was the coming to power of the Bolshevik Party, the Civil War, the formation of the political regime, which gave the very traumatic ...
Added: October 15, 2018
, Вестник Санкт-Петербургского университета. Серия 2: История 2017 Vol. 62 No. 3 P. 645-654
The study represents reflection on a recent publication of articles by the renowned Irish historian Brendan Bradshaw “’And so began the Irish nation’: nationality, national consciousness and nationalism in pre-modern Irelandˮ dedicated to the issue of national consciousness and nationalism in early modern Ireland. Bradshaw’s materials are concerned not only with local Irish questions, but ...
Added: September 23, 2018
Neoliberalism in Post-Soviet States: Preconditions and Public Attitudes in Belarus, Lithuania and Ukraine
, , Communist and Post-Communist Studies 2017
In this article the authors construct a theoretical model comprised of economic, political and national elements that demonstrate the preconditions needed for elite and mass support of neoliberal policies. Case studies examine these preconditions in Belarus, Lithuania, and Ukraine to determine those publics most likely to have positive views toward neoliberalism, while analysis of data ...
Added: April 6, 2016