John-Paul Himka

John-Paul Himka is Professor of History in the Department of History and Classics, University of Alberta.

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Cover: The World to Come: Ukrainian Images of the Last JudgmentThe World to Come: Ukrainian Images of the Last JudgmentBerezhnaya, Liliya
Himka, John-Paul
HARDCOVER08/03/2015$49.95
Cover: Cultures and Nations of Central and Eastern Europe: Essays in Honor of Roman SzporlukCultures and Nations of Central and Eastern Europe: Essays in Honor of Roman SzporlukGitelman, Zvi
Hajda, Lubomyr A.
Himka, John-Paul
Solchanyk, Roman
PAPERBACK02/28/2001$26.50
Cover: Socialism in Galicia: The Emergence of Polish Social Democracy and Ukrainian RadicalismSocialism in Galicia: The Emergence of Polish Social Democracy and Ukrainian RadicalismHimka, John-PaulPAPERBACK08/31/1983$18.95
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