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The special issue Confronting the Past: Ukraine and Its History (volumes 35-36, 2010-2011) is a collection of nineteen essays written by North American and European colleagues and former students in honor of John-Paul Himka. The essays are in the fields of modern and contemporary Ukrainian history and culture. Confronting the Past: Ukraine and Its History includes Professor Himka's autobiographical essay and a select bibliography of his works.

In This Issue

Author Page Title
John-Paul Himka 1 My Past and Identities
John-Paul Himka 5 John-Paul Himka: A Selected Bibliography, 1971–2011
Natalia Pylypiuk 19 References to History and Historical Fiction in the Mohylanian Trivium
Serhii Plokhy 37 Reconstructive Forgery: The Hadiach Agreement (1658) in the History of the Rus'
Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj 51 Is Gogol’s 1842 Version of Taras Bulba Really “Russified”?
Myroslav Shkandrij 69 The Feminine Ideal and the Critique of Gentry Sentimentalism in Taras Shevchenko’s “Khudozhnik”
Yaroslav Hrytsak 81 “Icarian Flights in Almost All Directions” Reconsidered
Andriy Zayarnyuk 91 The Greek Catholic Rustic Gentry and the Ukrainian National Movement in Habsburg-Ruled Galicia
Остап Середа 103 Між українофільством і панславізмом: До історії змін національної ідентичности галицько-руських діячів у 60-х роках ХІХ ст. (спроба полібіографічного дослідження)
Anatoliy Kruglashov 121 Bukovyna: A Border Region with a Fluctuating Identity
Heather J. Coleman 141 Orthodox Clergy and the Jews in Kyiv Eparchy, 1860–1900
Frances Swyripa 155 When Churches Emigrate: Some Observations from the Canadian Experience
Paul Robert Magocsi 167 The Fourth Rus': A New Reality in a New Europe
Mark R. Baker 179 Groping toward Soviet Power in the Countryside: The Non-Party Peasant Conferences of Kharkiv Province in 1920
Оля Гнатюк 193 Доктор Фауст. Мотиви історіософії Освальда Шпенґлера в літературній публіцистиці Дмитра Донцова
Colin P. Neufeldt 207 The “Zborni” of Khortytsia, Ukraine: The Last Stop for Some Kulaks En Route to Stalin’s Special Settlements
Serge Cipko 225 Edmonton Newspaper Reports about the 1932–1933 Famine in Ukraine
Yoshie Mitsuyoshi 235 The Zhinviddil Resurrected: Soviet Women’s Organizations in Postwar Western Ukraine
Serhy Yekelchyk 251 Policing Postwar Kyiv: Crime, Social Control, and a Demoralized Police
David R. Marples 265 The Yanukovych Election Campaigns in Ukraine, 2004 and 2006: An Analysis
Roman Solchanyk 281 Who are these People? 2.0


George O. Liber 291 Russian-Oriented Cities and the Russification of Urban Memory in Late Soviet and Post-Soviet Ukraine
Book Reviews 303
Books Received 395

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