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    Transformation of the Collective Identity of Ukrainian Citizens After the Revolution of Dignity.Nina Averianova & Tetiana Voropaieva - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:45-71.
    In the modern world, there is a growing interest in the problem of forming a person’s identity. The category of “identity,” despite the diversity of theoretical and empirical research, remains complex. The article is devoted to the study of transformations of the collective identity of Ukrainian citizens after the Revolution of Dignity, in the context of the Russian-Ukrainian war in Eastern Ukraine. In the period from 2013 to 2019, there have been radical changes in many spheres of public life in (...)
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    Henotsyd: Vstup Do Hlobalnoi Istorii [Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction, Ukrainian Translation by Kateryna Dysa] by Adam Jones].Tetiana Borodina - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:259-262.
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    War and Autocephaly in Ukraine.Cyril Hovorun - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:1-25.
    A series of conflicts that followed the collapse of the Soviet Union culminated in the war in Ukraine waged by Russia in 2014. The international community was taken by surprise, and its reactions to the Russian aggression were often confused and inadequate. Even more confused and inadequate were the responses from global Christianity. Russian propaganda often renders the aggression against Ukraine as a quasi-religious conflict: a “holy war” against the “godless” or “heterodox” West. It would be natural, therefore, for the (...)
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    Interconfessional Polemics in a Model of Ukrainian Literary History.Ihor Isichenko - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:27-44.
    Polemic texts on issues of Orthodox-Catholic relations occupy, for various reasons, a prominent place among publications in Ukrainian literature of the late 16th – early 17th centuries. Because of this, researchers of the history of Ukrainian literature continue to be interested in them. The history of the study of interconfessional polemics depends to a large extent on political contexts, primarily on the national and religious policies of states. Objective interpretation of polemical prose of the late 16th to the early 18th (...)
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  5. Cossacks in Jamaica, Ukraine at the Antipodes: Essays in Honor of Marko Pavlyshyn, Eds. Alessandro Achilli, Serhy Yekelchyk, and Dmytro Yesypenko.Ostap Kin - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:245-248.
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  6. The 160th Anniversary of the Academic Trudy Kyivskoi Dukhovnoi Akademii (1860–2020): History and the Present Collection.Vitalii Klos - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:161-184.
    The article is dedicated to the 160th anniversary of the first publication of the Trudy Kyivskoi dukhovnoi akademii scholarly collection in 1860. Information on the history of the formation and functioning of the Kyiv Theological Academy academic collection is provided. Attention is centered on the latest research of Kyiv Orthodox Theological Academy academic staff, published in the latest issue of Trudy Kyivskoi dukhovnoi akademii.
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  7. Revolutionary Ukraine, 1917–2017: History’s Flashpoints and Today’s Memory Wars by Myroslav Shkandrij.Mariia Kravchenko - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:253-254.
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  8. Higher Education in Ukraine in the Time of Independence: Between Brownian Motion and Revolutionary Reform.Serhiy Kvit - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:141-159.
    The article explores major milestones in reforming higher education in Ukraine, applying the methodology of case studies. It analyzes political and social conditions that influenced the process of reform. The author pays particular attention to the concept of university autonomy, its development and implementation in Ukraine, considering legal and institutional efforts. The impact and experience of some leading institutions like Kyiv-Mohyla Academy is discussed. The author concludes that the task of ensuring comprehensive university autonomy is of a political nature. This (...)
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    Avant-Garde Art in Ukraine, 1910–1930: Contested Memory by Myroslav Shkandrij.Olena Martynyuk - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:249-251.
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  10. A Word of Welcome From the Editor-in-Chief.Volodymyr Morenets - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:v-vii.
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  11. Is a Ukrainian Standard of the Russian Language on the Agenda?Michael A. Moser - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:185-196.
    This article discusses the pros and cons of the creation of a separate Ukrainian standard of the Russian language. Owing to the centralist and elitist history of the Russian standard language, the high variant of Russian that is used in Ukraine does not significantly differ from that of Russia, if at all. Low varieties, by contrast, are quite heterogeneous. The standardization of “Ukrainian Russian” would thus be very problematic at all stages: the selection of norms and their codification, the implementation (...)
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    Insha Optyka: Genderni Vyklyky Suchasnosti [Other Optics: Gender Challenges of Today], Eds. Vira Ageyeva and Tamara Martsenyuk.Olena Peleshenko - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:233-236.
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  13. Post-Communist Institution-Building and Media Control.Natalya Ryabinska - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:73-100.
    This study uses an interdisciplinary perspective to shed light on Ukraine’s continuous problems with media independence, which to date have not allowed Ukraine to become a country with a truly free media: since Ukraine’s independence in 1991 its media have consistently remained only “partly free.” The approach proposed in the paper combines theoretical tools of post-communist media studies with advancements in political science research in regime change and state-building to explore the continuities and changes in the institutional environment for the (...)
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  14. Literaturnyi Landshaft Ukrainy. XX Stolittia [The Literary Landscape of Ukraine. The 20th Century] by Volodymyr Panchenko.Oleksandra Sauliak - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:241-243.
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    The 1917 Break and Its Aftermath: Ukrainian Academia’s Perception and Representation of the Revolutionary Events.Natalia Shlikhta - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:197-214.
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  16. Baroque Opera on the Contemporary Ukrainian Theatre Stage: Ideas and Solutions.Olha Shumilina & Maryna Varakuta - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:225-232.
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    This Is Not Propaganda: Adventures in the War Against Reality by Peter Pomerantsev.Mariia Shuvalova - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:263-265.
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  18. Fear and Technology in the Theatre: Staging McLuhan.Roman Veretelnyk - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:215-223.
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  19. Unravelling the Ukrainian Revolution: “Dignity,” “Fairness,” “Heterarchy,” and the Challenge to Modernity.Mychailo Wynnyckyj - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:123-140.
    Ukraine’s “Revolution of Dignity,” spanning both the 2013–2014 protests in Kyiv’s city center and the mass mobilization of grass-roots resistance against Russian aggression in 2014–2015 and thereafter, manifest new interpretations of ideas and philosophical concepts. In the first part of the article we unravel the meaning of the Ukrainian word hidnist – a moniker of the revolution whose significance remains underestimated. In the second part we situate Ukraine’s revolution within a broader context of “modernity” and suggest its individualist foundation may (...)
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    Ukrainian Investigative Journalists After the Euromaidan: Their Role Conceptions and Worldviews.Oleksandr Yaroshchuk - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:101-121.
    In recent years, an increased interest in journalistic roles has inspired multiple empirical studies aimed at establishing the journalistic role conception and performance of journalists worldwide. Ukraine is not an exception. Studies published in recent years show that the professional culture of journalists in Ukraine is changing, resulting in the “blurring of boundaries” between journalism and activism. Moreover, Ukrainian journalists also show a high degree of political engagement. However, these studies have not measured the specific professional settings of investigative journalists, (...)
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  21. Identities In-Between in East-Central Europe, Eds. Jan Fellerer, Robert Pyrah, and Marius Turda.Dmytro Yesypenko - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:237-240.
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  22. Wild Music Sound and Sovereignty in Ukraine by Maria Sonevytsky.Olga Zaitseva-Herz - 2020 - Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7:255-257.
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