New Publications in Ukrainian Studies: Decolonization and New Challenges

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Aiming to disseminate the newest developments in the field and promote the research of our colleagues, H-Ukraine regularly collects and publishes a list of new publications in the field, broadly defined by their scope, thematic, and chronological focus. If you have recently published an article, essay, or book or would like to promote someone's else publication, please feel out this form. We are committed to creating a multilingual environment for Ukrainian studies and welcome submissions in different languages. We are much looking forward to sharing with our network's members this news. 


Biedarieva, Svitlana. “Decolonization and Disentanglement in Ukrainian Art.” MoMA. post: notes on art in a global context, June 2, 2022.

Biedarieva, Svitlana. “Decolonizing Ukrainian Art History in Research and Teaching.” ASEEES NewsNet 62, no. 6 (2022): 3–5.

Engelhardt, Anna, and Sasha Shestakova. “Crimean Tatar Infrastructures of Decolonial Care.” European Review 30, no. 4 (August 2022): 532–44.

Iakovlenko, Kateryna. “It’s Time for Ukraine to Speak.” APOFENIE, April 14, 2022.

Richardson, Tanya and Darya Tsymbalyuk. “Environmental Humanities, Ukrainian Studies: It’s Time to Talk.” Text. NiCHE. Network in Canadian History & Environment | Nouvelle Initiative Canadienne En Histoire de l’environnement (blog), November 25, 2022. World.

Sysyn, Frank E. “Decentering or Decolonizing the Russian Grand Narrative: Incorporating Mykhailo Hrushevsky into the Teaching of Russian and Soviet History.” H-Russia, November 17, 2022.

Tsymbalyuk, Darya. “What Does It Mean to Study Environments in Ukraine Now?” Environment & Society Portal, August 18, 2022.

Zayarnyuk, Andriy. “Historians As Enablers? Historiography, Imperialism, and the Legitimization of Russian Aggression.” East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies 9, no. 2 (October 26, 2022): 191–212.