East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies (EWJUS) Vol. 9 No. 2, 2022: Special Issue Odesa’s Many Frontiers. Open Access/Free Download.

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EAST/ WEST: JOURNAL OF UKRAINIAN STUDIES (EWJUS) Vol. 9 No. 2, 2022: Special Issue Odesa's Many Frontiers

Co-edited by Dr. Jessica Zychowicz (Dir. Fulbright Ukraine) & Dr. Volodymyr Kravchenko (Professor of History, U-Alberta)

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

INTRODUCTION: Odesa's Many Frontiers, by Jessica Zychowicz and Volodymyr Kravchenko

Why focus on Odesa? Because it is the largest, strategically located port on the Black Sea—the continental gateway to the Mediterranean? Or because it remains one of the world’s leading exporters of grain now closed by a broad Russian military blockade? Or is it because of the city’s extremely rich tendency toward myth-making? Something as seemingly banal as Odesa’s 'Potemkin Steps' have been firmly immortalized into film canons from L.A. to Toronto to Paris by Sergei Eizenshtein (Sergey Eisenstein)in his world-renowned film, Bronenosets Potemkin(Battleship Potemkin, 1925) . . . Download the Full Issue Free/Open Access at EWJUS website:  https://ewjus.com/index.php/ewjus/issue/view/22

 

ARTICLES:

Tymofii Brik, Social Estates, Occupation, and HISCO: A New Study of Odesa in 1897

Vitaliy Chernetsky, Ivan Kozlenko’s Tanzher and the Odesa Myth: Multidirectional Memory As a Strategy of Subversion

Oksana Dovgopolova, The Odesa Image in Odesa-Themed Restaurants

Svitlana L'nyavskiy, Odesa in Diachronic and Synchronic Studies of Urban Linguistic Landscapes of Ukraine Conducted between 2015 and 2019 

Matt Pauly, Curative Mythmaking: Children's Bodies, Medical Knowledge, and the Frontier of Health in Early Soviet Odesa

 

ESSAY:

Andriy Zayarnyuk, Historians As Enablers? Historiography, Imperialism, and the Legitimization of Russian Aggression

TRANSLATION:

Serhii Kott, Polish-Ukrainian Dialogue on the Restitution of Cultural Property Displaced during World War II

BOOK REVIEW ESSAY:

Radomyr Mokryk, Ukrainian Nationalism from Shevchenko to the Maidan: A Czech Perspective

BOOK REVIEWS:

J. Guy Lalande, Review of Brendan McGeever. Antisemitism and the Russian Revolution

Vasyl Makhno, Review of Michael M. Naydan and Svitlana Budzhak-Jones, translators. The Selected Poetry of Bohdan Rubchak: Songs of Love, Songs of Death, Songs of the Moon

LETTERS:

Romana M. Bahry, Letter to the Editor

Adam świątek, Author Response

En Memoriam:

Thomas M. Prymak in memoriam of Andrew Gregorovich (1935-2022)

En Memoriam: Patricia Herlihy (1930-2018)