TOC: Recent Work in Ukrainian Studies in Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistes

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Dear colleagues,

The last two issue of Canadian Slavonic Papers/Revue canadienne des slavistes are particularly rich in articles in Ukrainian studies.  We invite you to explore the tables of contents, below:

 

Volume 61 • No. 4 (2019)

GUEST EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

Postcoloniality and neo-Gothic fictions in the post-Soviet space

Maryna Romanets

ARTICLES

Sofiia Andrukhovych’s Felix Austria: the postcolonial neo-Gothic and Ukraine’s search for itself

Vitaly Chernetsky

Andrii Liubka’s Carbide: Ukrainian democratic reforms through a dark glass

Svitlana (Lana) Krys

Institutional Gothic in the novels of Vladimir Sharov and Evgenii Vodolazkin

Muireann Maguire

REVIEW ARTICLE

People’s war, state’s memory?

Serhy Yekelchyk

 

Volume 62 • No. 1 (2020)

IN MEMORIAM

Sonja Luehrmann (1975-2019)

Heather Coleman

ARTICLES

Individual, yet collective voices: polyphonic poetic memories in contemporary Ukrainian literature

Alessandro Achilli

Sentimentalism in the pursuit of high culture in early nineteenth-century Ukrainian literature

George Mihaychuk

Printed and digital wor(l)ds: retrospectives and perspectives of scholarly editing in Slavic countries

Dmytro Yesypenko

REVIEW ARTICLE

Will the truth prevail? Being Poland: a new history of Polish literature and culture since 1918

John D. Stanley

 

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