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


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:

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

Please submit your paper by January 21, 2019 to 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