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Cultures and Nations of Central and Eastern Europe

Essays in Honor of Roman Szporluk

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PAPERBACK

$26.50 • £21.95 • €24.00

ISBN 9780916458935

Publication Date: 02/28/2001

Short

672 pages

6 x 9 inches

3 halftones, 22 line illustrations, 22 tables

Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute

World

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  • Tabula Gratulatoria
  • “Behold” [Larissa Szporluk]
  • Contributors
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • The Bibliography of Roman Szporluk [Ksenya Kiebuzinski]
  • Women in Ukraine: The Political Potential of Community Organizations [Martha Bohachevsky-Chomiak]
  • Systemic Crisis and National Mobilization: The Case of the “Memorandum of the Serbian Academy” [Audrey Helfant Budding]
  • Europe West and East: Thoughts on History, Culture, and Kosovo [Walter D. Connor]
  • Progressive Judaism in Poland: Dilemmas of Modernity and Identity [Steven D. Corrsin]
  • The Slavic Saint Jerome: An Entertainment [John V.A. Fine]
  • Surzhyk: The Rules of Engagement [Michael S. Flier]
  • Native Land, Promised Land, Golden Land: Jewish Emigration from Russia and Ukraine [Zvi Gitelman]
  • Symbolic Autobiography in the Prose of Mykola Khvyl’ovyi (Some Preliminary Observations) [George G. Grabowicz]
  • The Odyssey of the Petliura Library and the Records of the Ukrainian National Republic during World War II [Patricia Kennedy Grimsted]
  • Taras Bulba on the Pampas and the Fjords: A Ukrainian Cossack Theme in Western Opera [Lubomyr A. Hajda]
  • The Borderlands of Power: Territory and Great Power Status in Russia at the Beginning and at the End of the Twentieth Century [Fiona Hill]
  • Krakivs’ki visti: An Overview [John-Paul Himka]
  • National Identities in Post-Soviet Ukraine: The Case of Lviv and Donetsk [Yaroslav Hrytsak]
  • Text and Subtext in Roman Ivanychuk’s Mal’vy [Assya Humesky]
  • Losing Faith: The Slovak–Hungarian Constitutional Struggle, 1906–1914 [Owen V. Johnson]
  • Was Iaroslav of Halych Really Shooting Sultans in 1185? [Edward L. Keenan]
  • The Habsburg Empire (Re)Disintegrates: The Roots of Opposition in Lviv and Ljubljana, 1988 [Padraic Kenney]
  • The Image of Jews in Ukraine’s Intellectual Tradition: The Role of Istoriia Rusov [Zenon F. Kohut]
  • Nationalizing the Public [Rita Krueger]
  • Class Interest and the Shaping of a “Non-Historical” Nation: Reassessing the Galician Ruthenian Path to Ukrainian Identity [Hugo Lane]
  • The Polish and Ukrainian Languages: A Mutually Beneficial Relationship [Michal Lesiow]
  • Interwar Poland and Romania: The Nationalization of Elites, the Vanishing Middle, and the Problem of Intellectuals [Irina Livezeanu]
  • Private Property Comes to Russia: The Reign of Catherine II [Richard Pipes]
  • The Revolutionary Crisis of 1846–1849 and Its Place in the Development of Nineteenth-Century Galicia [Antony Polonsky]
  • The First Constitution of Ukraine (5 April 1710) [Omeljan Pritsak]
  • Nationalism and Communist Multiethnic Polities: The Legacies of Ethnicization [Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone]
  • Religious Exclusion and State Building: The Roman Catholic Church and the Attempted Revival of Greek Catholicism in the Cheim Region, 1918–1924 [Konrad Sadkowski]
  • Inscriptions East and West in the First Millennium: The Common Heritage and the Parting of the Ways [Ihor Sevcenko]
  • Russians in Ukraine: Problems and Prospects [Roman Solchanyk]
  • Nationalism and the Public Sphere: The Limits of Rational Association in the Nineteenth-Century Polish Countryside [Keely Stauter-Halsted]
  • History and the Making of Nations [Ronald Grigor Suny]
  • Grappling with the Hero: Hrushevs’kyi Confronts Khmel’nytslcyi [Frank E. Sysyn]
  • Ernest Geilner and the “Constructivist” Theory of Nation [Andrzej Walicki]
  • Old-Fashioned Slays at Carnival in Venice: The Dramatic Dilemma of Eastern Europe [Larry Wolff]
  • The Diminishing Burden of the Soviet Past: Russian Assessments of Russian-Ukrainian Linkages [William Zimmerman]

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