The Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University is pleased to announce the publication of volume 36, number 1-2 of its journal, Harvard Ukrainian Studies.
This double issue features a special thematic block on the impact and aftermath of the revolution of 1917, centered on Andrea Graziosi's article exploring the shifting meanings and perceptions of the 1917 revolution throughout the last century. Responding to this piece are articles by Mark Kramer, Mikhail Akulov, Serhiy Yekelchyk, and Adriano Roccucci.
The volume also includes contributions on the integration of the Noghay Hordes into Crimea, an Ottoman protectorate in the 16th–18th centuries; on the narrative models and topoi of Ukrainian realism; the publication of an early German-language text of Ol’ha Kobylians′ka’s first novel, Tsarivna (1896); and a discussion of Mykhailo Hrushevs′kyi’s views on the Tatars.
Harvard Ukrainian Studies
vol. 36, no. 1–2, 224 pages
Published by Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, October 2019
Read more about the volume, subscribe for online access, and preorder a physical copy on the Harvard Ukrainian Studies website. Shipments of print volumes will begin toward the end of the year.
Harvard Ukrainian Studies (HUS), the journal of the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University (HURI), 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 editors are assisted by a distinguished international advisory board of scholars. All submissions undergo a rigorous double-blind peer review.