Harvard Ukrainian Studies



Harvard Ukrainian Studies (HUS), the journal of the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, serves as an international forum for new scholarship in Ukrainian Studies. It publishes articles, documents, reviews, and scholarly discussions in all fields of Ukrainian studies, though with a firm grounding in HURI’s traditional emphasis on the humanities. Related disciplines are also included when Ukrainian topics are treated within their framework. The journal cultivates an interdisciplinary approach that places Ukrainian topics into a broad scholarly context. The editors are assisted by a distinguished international advisory board of scholars who work in disciplines related to the field. All submissions undergo a rigorous double-blind peer review.

Founded in March 1977 by Professors Omeljan Pritsak and Ihor Ševčenko, HUS first appeared as a quarterly, but later shifted to a publication schedule of double issues annually and occasionally single volumes. In addition to standard miscellaneous issues, thematic volumes are prominent: “The Kiev Mohyla Academy” (vol. 8, no. 1–2), “Concepts of Nationhood in Early Modern Eastern Europe” (vol. 10, no. 3–4), “Proceedings of the International Congress Commemorating the Millennium of Christianity in Rus’-Ukraine” (vol. 12–13), “Lviv: a City in the Crosscurrents of Culture” (vol. 24), “Ukrainian Church History” (vol. 26), “Ukrainian Philology and Linguistics in the Twenty-First Century” (vol. 29), and, most recently, a special issue titled “Poltava 1709: The Battle and the Myth” (vol. 31).

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Ukrainian Research Institute
Harvard University
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USA

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