Journal ToC. Harvard Ukrainian Studies. Volume 38 (Number 1–2), 2021

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Harvard Ukrainian Studies. The Journal of the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University

Volume 38 (Number 1–2), 2021

  • “No German Must Starve”: The Germans and the Soviet Famines of 1931–1933

    Paolo Fonzi

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    Page 13 - 44

  • Leninfall in Ukraine: How Did the Lenin Statues Disappear?

    Oleksandra Gaidai

    Page 45 - 70

  • Mykhailo Hrushevs´kyi and the Construction of the Medieval History of Rus´

    Christian Raffensperger

    Page 71 - 86

  • Old Models for New Princes: Biblical Kingship in Kyivan Rus´

    Susana Torres Prieto

    Page 87 - 106

  • Four Decades of Modernist Revolution: Creating a New Subjectivity in Ukrainian Poetry, 1900–1940

    Alessandro Achilli

    Page 107 - 134

  • BOOK REVIEWS

    Mara Kozelsky, Crimea in War and Transformation

    Edward J. Lazzerini

    Page 135 - 137

  • Stephen Velychenko, Propaganda in Revolutionary Ukraine: Leaflets, Pamphlets, and Cartoons, 1917–1922

    Serhy Yekelchyk

    Page 138 - 140

  • Ivan Maistrenko, Borot´bism: A Chapter in the History of the Ukrainian Revolution

    Stephen Velychenko

    Page 141 - 144

  • Ray Gamache, Gareth Jones: Eyewitness to the Holodomor

    John Vsetecka

    Page 145 - 147

  • Anna Wylegała and Małgorzata Głowacka-Grajper, eds., The Burden of the Past: History, Memory, and Identity in Contemporary Ukraine

    Francesco Trupia

    Page 148 - 150

  • Li Bennich-Björkman and Sergiy Kurbatov, eds., When the Future Came: The Collapse of the USSR and the Emergence of National Memory in Post-Soviet History Textbooks

    Martin J. Blackwell

    Page 151 - 152

  • Mikhail Minakov, Development and Dystopia: Studies in Post-Soviet Ukraine and Eastern Europe

    Ihor Andriichuk

    Page 153 - 155

  • Corinne A. Seals, Choosing a Mother Tongue: The Politics of Language and Identity in Ukraine

    Volodymyr Kulyk

    Page 156 - 157

  • Oleksandra Wallo, Ukrainian Women Writers and the National Imaginary: From the Collapse of the USSR to the Euromaidan

    Grace Mahoney

    Page 158 - 161

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