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  • Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 9 (2022): Call for Submissions

    2021-04-14

    Hryhorii Skovoroda and the Baroque World

     (The 9th issue is dedicated to the 300th anniversary of the birth of Ukrainian philosopher Hryhorii Skovoroda, 1722–1794)

    The following are suggested topics for the issue:

    • The Ukrainian Baroque in the context of European Baroque culture
    • Skovoroda and the European Baroque
    • Skovoroda in the context of European philosophy
    • Philosophical dialog: sources and development of Skovoroda’s philosophy
    • Skovoroda and theological studies
    • Skovoroda’s verse. Baroque poetics
    • Skovoroda’s biography
    • Skovoroda and his surroundings
    • Skovorodian intertextuality in Ukrainian literature
    • Skovoroda’s ideas on pedagogy and enlightenment
    • Skovoroda in Ukrainian art, music, and cinema
    • Research on Skovoroda: past and present

     Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal (KMHJ) is a Ukrainian peer-reviewed academic humanities journal, initiated and published by the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.

    Articles are accepted in English only. An article’s level of English is a key factor in considering it for review. Guidelines for authors can be found here: http://kmhj.ukma.edu.ua/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

    Only articles prepared according to the above guidelines will be accepted.

    Please submit your paper by September 20, 2021 to kmj@ukma.edu.ua.

    Any inquiries or additional requests for information on submissions can be addressed to the editorial board: kmj@ukma.edu.ua.

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  • Information on the next issue of Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 8 (2022)

    2021-03-11

    Dear Authors,

    The editorial board of Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal is pleased to inform you that the 8th issue of the journal (2022) will be entirely dedicated to the figure of Ukrainian philosopher Hryhorii Skovoroda (1722–1794), as 2022 marks the 300th anniversary of his birth.

    The issue's topics and submission deadline will be announced soon.

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  • Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 8 (2021): Call for Submissions

    2020-03-26

    Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 8 (2021)

    Lesia Ukrainka’s Global Artistic and Philosophical Universe: Past and Present

    (The 8th issue is dedicated to the 150th anniversary of the birth of Ukrainian writer Lesia Ukrainka, 1871–1913)

     The following are suggested topics for the issue:

    -        Lesia Ukrainka’s literary production

    -        Lesia Ukrainka and the turn of the 19th–20th centuries: trends and transformations

    -        Lesia Ukrainka and nation-building (culture, society, history, politics)

    -        The philosophical contexts of Lesia Ukrainka’s works

    -        Lesia Ukrainka and the new European drama

    -        Gender in Lesia Ukrainka’s works: new female writing and Ukrainian feminist beginnings

    -        The Drahomanov-Kosach family

    -        Lesia Ukrainka’s literary criticism and translations

    -        Lesia Ukrainka’s correspondence

    -        Lesia Ukrainka staged and on-screen

    Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal (KMHJ) is a Ukrainian peer-reviewed academic humanities journal, initiated and published by the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.

    Articles are accepted in English only. An article’s level of English is a key factor in considering it for review. Guidelines for authors can be found here: http://kmhj.ukma.edu.ua/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

    Only articles prepared according to the above guidelines will be accepted.

    Articles by collective authorship are generally not considered. An exception may be made for an article by no more than 2 authors by the decision of the editorial board.

    Please submit your paper by November 2, 2020 to kmj@ukma.edu.ua.

    Any inquiries or additional requests for information on submissions can be addressed to:

     Olha Poliukhovych – Managing Editor – olga.poliukhovych@ukma.edu.ua

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  • Extended deadline for CfP 2020: July 29, 2019

    2019-07-01
    Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7 (2020): Call for Submissions 

    The topic of the 7th issue is Ukrainian Humanities Studies in the 21st Century

    In this issue the editorial board proposes to address and investigate the contemporary state of Ukrainian culture and society from a multidisciplinary perspective. Suggested research topics may include but are not limited to: 1) identity transformation in the aftermath of The Revolution of Dignity, 2) new trends in Ukrainian literature, theatre, and film, 3) philosophical reflections on contemporaneity, 4) the role of Ukrainian diasporas in contemporary transformations, 5) new historical perspectives, 6) new memoirs and memory politics, 7) current trends in Ukrainian philosophy and religious studies.

    Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal (KMHJ) is the first Ukrainian peer-reviewed academic humanities journal, initiated and published by the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine. KMHJ aims to create an international community of scholars in setting up an open dialogue between historians, literary scholars, and philosophers, with an accent on Ukrainian and Central & Eastern European Studies.

    Articles are accepted in English only. If an article has been translated from Ukrainian, please include the original. Guidelines for authors can be found at: http://kmhj.ukma.edu.ua/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

     Only articles prepared according to the above guidelines will be accepted.

     Please submit your paper by July 29, 2019 to kmj@ukma.edu.ua.

     Any inquiries or additional requests for information on the submission process can be addressed to:

     Olha Poliukhovych

     Project Coordinator & Managing Editor

    Kyiv-Mohyla Scholarly Peer-Reviewed Journals

     E-mail: olga.poliukhovych@ukma.edu.ua

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  • Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 7 (2020): Call for Submissions

    2019-02-28

    The topic of the 7th issue is Ukrainian Humanities Studies in the 21st Century

    In this issue the editorial board proposes to address and investigate the contemporary state of Ukrainian culture and society from a multidisciplinary perspective. Suggested research topics may include but are not limited to: 1) identity transformation in the aftermath of The Revolution of Dignity, 2) new trends in Ukrainian literature, theatre, and film, 3) philosophical reflections on contemporaneity, 4) the role of Ukrainian diasporas in contemporary transformations, 5) new historical perspectives, 6) new memoirs and memory politics, 7) current trends in Ukrainian philosophy and religious studies.

    Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal (KMHJ) is the first Ukrainian peer-reviewed academic humanities journal, initiated and published by the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine. KMHJ aims to create an international community of scholars in setting up an open dialogue between historians, literary scholars, and philosophers, with an accent on Ukrainian and Central & Eastern European Studies.

    Articles are accepted in English only. If an article has been translated from Ukrainian, please include the original. Guidelines for authors can be found at: http://kmhj.ukma.edu.ua/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

     Only articles prepared according to the above guidelines will be accepted.

     Please submit your paper by June 24, 2019 to kmj@ukma.edu.ua.

     Any inquiries or additional requests for information on the submission process can be addressed to:

     Olga Poliukhovych

     Project Coordinator & Managing Editor

    Kyiv-Mohyla Scholarly Peer-Reviewed Journals

     E-mail: olga.poliukhovych@ukma.edu.ua

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  • Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 6 (2019): Call for Submissions

    2018-08-06

    The topic of our 6th issue is The Ukrainian Intellectual Heritage in a Global Context

    In this issue, we propose to address and investigate the following themes:

    -  the Ukrainian cultural-historical heritage in a global context;

    -  the 200th-anniversary of the Kyiv Theological Academy (Kyivska Dukhovna Akademiia): history, people, ideas;

    -  the international reception of Ukrainian historiography;

    -  Hryhoriy Skovoroda’s contribution to a plurality of liberal thought;

    -  Ukrainian Baroque music internationally;

    -  Ukrainian fine art and the development of European styles;

    -  Ivan Kotliarevsky’s Eneida (The Aeneid) and the establishment of contemporary vernacular languages;

    -  Ukrainian Modernism in a global context;

    -  leading 20th century Ukrainian styles and the European artistic tradition;

    -  Ukrainian translations abroad;

    -  the artistic-philosophical experience of Ukrainian émigrés in the 20th-21st centuries.

    Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal (KMHJ) is the first Ukrainian peer-reviewed academic humanities journal, initiated and published by the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine. KMHJ aims to create an international community of scholars in setting up an open dialogue between historians, literary scholars, and philosophers, with an accent on Ukrainian and Central & Eastern European Studies.

    Articles are accepted in English only. If an article has been translated from Ukrainian, please include the original. Guidelines for authors can be found at: http://kmhj.ukma.edu.ua/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

    Only articles prepared according to the above guidelines will be accepted.

    Please submit your paper by January 21, 2019 to olga.poliukhovych@ukma.edu.ua. If this deadline cannot be met, please let us know and we will try to accommodate you.

    Any inquiries or additional requests for information on the submissions can be addressed to:

     

    Olha Poliukhovych

    Project Coordinator & Managing Editor

    Kyiv-Mohyla Scholarly Peer-Reviewed Journals      

    National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy

    2 Skovoroda St.

    Kyiv 04655, Ukraine

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  • Call for Submissions 2019

    2018-05-08

    Dear Authors,

    Please note that the deadline for the issue of 2018 (# 5: Cross-Cultural Connections and Displacement in Ukraine and Beyond) passed (http://kmhj.ukma.edu.ua/announcement/view/519). The Editorial Board of KMHJ received a decent number of articles for the current issue, and now we are working with these materials.

    The Editorial Board is proceeding in the topic formation for the 6th issue of 2019. The topic for the next issue will be announced in the summer of 2018. Please follow the announcement at our web-site.

    Best wishes,

    Editorial Board

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  • Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 5 (2018): Call for Submissions

    2017-07-25

    The topic of the 5th issue is Cross-Cultural Connections and Displacement in Ukraine and Beyond

    The Ukrainian historical and cultural experience has historically been affected by the meeting of two civilizations: the East and the West, which has resulted in the constant displacement and migration of Ukrainians themselves, and of other peoples. This question is especially current today, with new 21st century challenges facing Ukraine, including the question of the Crimean Tatars and the question of internally displaced persons as a result of Crimea’s annexation by Russia, and the latter’s commencement of war in Eastern Ukraine. These questions, including many others have been affected by 20th century events (the Ukrainian Revolution of 1917–1921 and the two World Wars) that still await further research in the context of the above-mentioned cross-cultural connections and displacement. In the present issue, we propose to address and investigate these processes from a multidisciplinary perspective. Suggested research topics may include but are not limited to: 1) identity formation and transformation as a result of displacement and cross-cultural interaction, 2) new archival information (memoirs, correspondence, biographies, other documents), 3) cross-cultural literary, linguistic, philosophical and religious interaction, 4) questions related to Ukrainian diasporas, 5) historical perspectives on the issue.

    Please submit your paper by November 15, 2017 to kmj@ukma.edu.ua. If this deadline cannot be met, please let us know and we will try to accommodate you.

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  • Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 4 (2017): Call for Submissions

    2016-10-03

    The topic of the 4th issue is the 100th Anniversary of the Ukrainian National Liberation Struggle (1917–1919).

    100 years have passed since the Ukrainian National Republic proclaimed its First Universal. The editorial board welcomes papers that deal with the 1917–1919 period as an exercize in nation-building in its diachronic perspective, and that explore how the legacy of the struggle was developed and reflected upon. Submissions may address the topic from historical, literary, and philosophical perspectives and be interdisciplinary in nature.

    Please submit your paper by December 26, 2016 to kmj@ukma.edu.ua. If this deadline cannot be met, please let us know and we will try to accommodate you.

    Read more about Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 4 (2017): Call for Submissions
  • Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 3 (2016): Call for Submissions

    2015-04-28

    Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal (KMHJ) is the first Ukrainian peer-reviewed academic humanities journal, initiated and published by the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Ukraine. KMHJ aims to create an international community of scholars in setting up an open dialogue between historians, literary scholars, and philosophers, with an accent on Ukrainian and Central & Eastern European Studies.

    The topic of the third issue is Ideology and the Humanities.

    Accenting ideology as a constructive underpinning of cultural and social practices, the editorial board accepts articles which present ideology from different perspectives of the humanities, especially from the historical, literary, and philosophical perspectives.

     

    Read more about Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 3 (2016): Call for Submissions
  • Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 2 (2015): Call for Submissions

    2014-09-17

    Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal is the first Ukrainian peer-reviewed academic humanities journal, initiated and published by the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (Ukraine).

     Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal aims to create an international community of scholars in setting up an open dialogue between historians, literary scholars, and philosophers, with an accent on Ukrainian and Central & Eastern European Studies.

     The second issue of Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal is dedicated to the 400th Anniversary of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.

    We welcome submissions of original articles, reflections, and reviews related to the issue’s theme, that being “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” in its broad sense and from different perspectives, reflecting its 400 years of development. Read more about Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 2 (2015): Call for Submissions