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 7th issue is published due to the financial support of family of Viktoria Gumeniuk & Serhiy Seheda, both NaUKMA graduates.


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

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No 7 (2020): Ukrainian Humanities Studies in the 21st Century

Table of Contents

Editorial

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

Articles

War and Autocephaly in Ukraine PDF
Cyril Hovorun 1-25
Interconfessional Polemics in a Model of Ukrainian Literary History PDF
Ihor Isichenko 27-44
Transformation of the Collective Identity of Ukrainian Citizens After the Revolution of Dignity (2014–2019) PDF
Nina Averianova, Tetiana Voropaieva 45-71
Post-Communist Institution-Building and Media Control PDF
Natalya Ryabinska 73-100
Ukrainian Investigative Journalists After the Euromaidan: Their Role Conceptions and Worldviews PDF
Oleksandr Yaroshchuk 101-121
Unravelling the Ukrainian Revolution: “Dignity,” “Fairness,” “Heterarchy,” and the Challenge to Modernity PDF
Mychailo Wynnyckyj 123-140
Higher Education in Ukraine in the Time of Independence: Between Brownian Motion and Revolutionary Reform PDF
Serhiy Kvit 141-159
The 160th Anniversary of the Academic Trudy Kyivskoi dukhovnoi akademii (1860–2020): History and the Present Collection PDF
Vitalii Klos 161-184
Is a Ukrainian Standard of the Russian Language on the Agenda? PDF
Michael A. Moser 185-196

Reflections

The 1917 Break and Its Aftermath: Ukrainian Academia’s Perception and Representation of the Revolutionary Events (2007–2017) PDF
Natalia Shlikhta 197-214
Fear and Technology in the Theatre: Staging McLuhan PDF
Roman Veretelnyk 215-223
Baroque Opera on the Contemporary Ukrainian Theatre Stage: Ideas and Solutions PDF
Olha Shumilina, Maryna Varakuta 225-232

Reviews

Insha optyka: Genderni vyklyky suchasnosti [Other Optics: Gender Challenges of Today], eds. Vira Ageyeva and Tamara Martsenyuk PDF
Olena Peleshenko 233-236
Identities In-Between in East-Central Europe, eds. Jan Fellerer, Robert Pyrah, and Marius Turda PDF
Dmytro Yesypenko 237-240
Literaturnyi landshaft Ukrainy. XX stolittia [The Literary Landscape of Ukraine. The 20th Century] by Volodymyr Panchenko PDF
Oleksandra Sauliak 241-243
Cossacks in Jamaica, Ukraine at the Antipodes: Essays in Honor of Marko Pavlyshyn, eds. Alessandro Achilli, Serhy Yekelchyk, and Dmytro Yesypenko PDF
Ostap Kin 245-248
Avant-Garde Art in Ukraine, 1910–1930: Contested Memory by Myroslav Shkandrij PDF
Olena Martynyuk 249-251
Revolutionary Ukraine, 1917–2017: History’s Flashpoints and Today’s Memory Wars by Myroslav Shkandrij PDF
Mariia Kravchenko 253-254
Wild Music Sound and Sovereignty in Ukraine by Maria Sonevytsky PDF
Olga Zaitseva-Herz 255-257
Henotsyd: Vstup do hlobalnoi istorii [Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction, Ukrainian translation by Kateryna Dysa] by Adam Jones] PDF
Tetiana Borodina 259-262
This Is Not Propaganda: Adventures in the War Against Reality by Peter Pomerantsev PDF
Mariia Shuvalova 263-265