Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal

Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal covers the broad areas of Literature, History, and Philosophy focusing mainly on Central & Eastern European and Ukrainian studies. The second issue is published due to the financial support of family of Viktoria Gumeniuk & Serhiy Seheda, both NaUKMA graduates, and Yevheniy Utkin.


ISSN: 2313-4895
Frequency: Аnnual
(CC BY 4.0) 

Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal is indexed in Web of Science: Emerging Sources Citation Index

            

 


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No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

Editorial

A Word of Welcome from the Editor-in-Chief PDF
Volodymyr Morenets v

Interviews

Viacheslav Briukhovetsky: “The Idea of the Rebirth of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Came to Me a Year before the Breakup of the USSR...” PDF
Volodymyr Panchenko 1–10

Articles

Biblical Studies at the Kyiv Theological Academy (19th — early 20th Centuries): The Results and Prospects of the Research PDF
Sergiy Golovashchenko 11–30
Key Dates in the History of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy PDF
Maksym Iaremenko 31–41
Lyric Poetry in the Mohylanian Poetics PDF
Giovanna Siedina 43–64
Sylvester Kosov’s Exegesis (1635): A Manifesto of the Kyiv-Mohyla Counter-Reformation? PDF
Ihor Isichenko 65–82
The Prologue to the Narcissus of Hryhorii Skovoroda as a Philosophical Testament PDF
Giuseppe Perri 83–98
Author and Authorship in Dymytriy Tuptalo’s Lives of the Saints PDF
Dariya Syroyid 99–108
The Return of Burlesque: Comic Forms in Contemporary Ukrainian Literature, 1985–2010 PDF
Rostyslav Semkiv 109–120
Radio Vienna: Broadcasts by the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, 1938–1939 PDF
Myroslav Shkandrij 121–136
Memoralization of Lenin: Legislation and Attitudes (On the Materials of Kyiv, Vinnytsia and Cherkasy Regions) PDF
Oleksandra Gaidai 137–154

Reviews

“Academicians” and the Academy: A Social History of Education and Literacy in 18th-century Ukraine [“Akademiky” i Akademiia. Sotsialna istoriia osvity i osvichenosti v Ukraini XVIII st.] by Maksym Iaremenko PDF
Kateryna Dysa 155–157
The Vindication of the Word. Essays on Ukrainian Literature: From Shevchenko to the Present [Vypravdannia Slova. Statti pro ukrainsku literaturu: vid Shevchenka do siohodennia] by Liudmyla Kiseliova PDF
Hanna Hnedkova 159–161
Faces of Displacement: The Writings of Volodymyr Vynnychenko by Mykola Soroka PDF
Yana Chapailo 163–166
Latinitas in the Polish Crown and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania: Its Impact on the Development of Identities, ed. Giovanna Siedina PDF
Olha Tsyhanok 167–169
Why Popper Matters (Popper and His Popular Critics: Thomas Kuhn, Paul Feyerabend and Imre Lakatos by Joseph Agassi) PDF
Sheldon Richmond 171–174
Being Open to the World (The Word that Chooses You: Festschrift in Honor of Volodymyr Morenets on his 60th Anniversary [Slovo, iake tebe obyraie: Zbirnyk a poshanu profesora Volodymyra Morentsia. Do 60-richchia vid dnia narodzhennia], ed. V. Panchnko) PDF
Taras Pastukh 175–177

Conference Reviews

“Ad fontes”: International Conference to 400 Year Anniversary of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy October 12, 2015 — October 14, 2015) PDF
Zhenya Sakal 179–181