Author: Laada Bilaniuk

Canadian–American Slavic Studies 44 (2010) 200–216 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10.1163/221023910X512868 brill.nl/css 1) I am grateful to the many individuals in Ukraine who helped me with this research, and to the colleagues who shared their insights with me at conferences and as

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Author: Mykola Ryabchuk

also appreciate the fi nal round of copy-editing by Marta D. Olynyk. 1) Ludovic Kennedy, In Bed with an Elephant (London: Corgi Books, 1996), p. viii. Th e Ukrainian “Friday” and the Russian “Robinson”: Th e Uneasy Advent of Postcoloniality * Mykola Ryabchuk Ukrainian Center for Cultural Studies, Kyiv

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Author: Serhy Yekelchyk

Nationalities in Paris on July 4, 2008, and at the University of Michigan’s Center for Russian and East European Studies on March 18, 2009. I would like to thank the audiences at both venues for their helpful suggestions and Marta D. Olynyk for her help with the editing of this article. What Is Ukrainian about

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Caroline Bretelle. I also thank Bruce Grant, Wsevolod Isajiw, Valentina Pavlenko, Nancy Ries, and Svitlana Slipchenko for their thoughtful suggestions on an earlier version.Th e best studies that address religion and refu- gee outmigration from Soviet Ukraine include: Susan Wiley Hardwick, Russian Refuge

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and Women: Stories and Religious Revival in Post-Soviet Rural Ukraine Natalie Kononenko University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada Abstract Religious stories told by Ukrainian women who are active in the revival of village churches seem to be coded protestations against gender inequality. Examination

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how to clarify my analysis. Orange Harvest?: Women’s Activism and Civil Society in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia since 2004 * Alexandra Hrycak Reed College, Portland, OR, USA Abstract Rising authoritarianism throughout post-Soviet countries has met with responses ranging from small-scale revolts to

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Ukraine
Serials and large sets from and related to the Ukraine

IDC Publishers is pleased to present you this selection of titles related to the Ukraine. For some collections, special catalogues are available. At the last page of this catalogue you can find two of them. For more information please contact IDC Publishers and we will send you additional catalogues free of charge.

In this catalogue, IDC Publishers has assembled titles of materials from a large collection of books and archives. The material is related to the history, ecomomics, legislation and culture of Poland, the Ukraine and regions in southern Russia. The current collection contains 309 titles of monographs, sets of periodicals and manuscripts (many of them difficult to obtain) written in Ukrainian, Russian, Polish, other European languages, as well as in Hebrew.
The collection covers a broad range of topics, including the history of “Kievskaia Rus”, wars with the Turks, the Ukrainian Helsinki Group, and contemporary statistical data concerning economics and demography. Also included are publications related to: ethnology and folklore; archaeology; the history of Ukrainian and old Russian literature, language and art; religious texts; the history of Jews in the Ukraine, Poland and southern Russia; Ukrainian Law (the constitution; civil and criminal codes; administrative, labour, land, marriage and family law; etc.).
Of special interest to scholars might be such materials as publications from historical sources which are preserved in archives and libraries in the Ukraine and Russia (TsGADA, TsGVIA). Included here are old slavic manuscripts and chronicles, the lives of saints, Pecherskii Pateric, catalogues of libraries, and detailed surveys of collections dealing with the Ukraine (the library of Kievsko-Pecherskoi Lavry, the Saltykov-Shchedrin Library, the Iavors'kii Collection, Biblioteki A.I. Bortnevskogo and many others).
Archives and Manuscript Collections in the USSR: Ukraine and Moldavia

Collection of finding aids and other reference literature covering archives and other manuscript collections in Ukraine and Moldavia.

Sections:
General Reference: Works for Ukrainian Studies
Individual Archival Finding Aids
Special IDC Microfiche Editions
Serials and large sets directly relating to Ukrainian archives

This collection is also included in the Archives and Manuscript Collections in Russia and former USSR collection.
Author: Marko Pavlyshyn

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2010 DOI 10.1163/221023910X512787 Canadian–American Slavic Studies 44 (2010) 25–43 brill.nl/css * ) Th e research on which this article is based was made possible by grants from the Ukrainian Studies Support Fund (Victoria, Australia), the Ukrainian Studies

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