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 6th issue is published due to the financial support of family of Viktoria Gumeniuk & Serhiy Seheda, both NaUKMA graduates.

ISSN: 2313-4895
Frequency: Аnnual
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No 6 (2019): The Ukrainian Intellectual Heritage in a Global Context

Table of Contents


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


The Ukrainian “Galicia” Division: From Familiar to Unexplored Avenues of Research PDF
Myroslav Shkandrij 1-23
Pro-Ukrainian Students at the Kyiv Theological Academy From the 1890s to 1907 PDF
Leonid Mohylnyi 25-41
Handwritten Candidate Works of Kyiv Theological Academy Students as Sources for Studying the Academy’s Philosophical Heritage PDF
Maryna Tkachuk 43-67
100 Years of Ukraine’s Cultural Diplomacy: The European Mission of the Ukrainian Republican Capella (1919–1921) PDF
Tina Peresunko 69-89
From Old World Syndrome to History: Understanding the Past in Askold Melnyczuk’s Ambassador of the Dead PDF
Olha Poliukhovych, Heather Fielding 91-113
Hryhorii Poletyka’s Introduction of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Educational Methods in the Russian Empire PDF
Anastasia Melnik, Tatiana Tairova-Yakovleva 115-126
The Logic of Imperial Rule PDF
Vitalii Shcherbak 127-136
Art Nouveau Ukrainian Architecture in a Global Context PDF
Nelia Romaniuk 137-148
Oleksandr Lototskyi and Ukrainian Autocephaly PDF
Petro Zakharchenko, Ivanna Matseliukh 149-160
The Reconstruction of Christian Theodicy in Taras Shevchenko’s Poetry PDF
Olha Bihun 161-176
The Poetry of Bohdan-Ihor Antonych and Zuzanna Ginczanka in the Context of European Modernism PDF
Khrystyna Semeryn 177-190


Memory Set in Stone: Another Look at the Berezan Runic Inscription PDF
Alla Kurzenkova 191-201
Historically Informed Performance in Today’s Ukrainian Culture PDF
Olena Zhukova 203-207


Ideological Zealots Fighting a Non-Existent Ukrainian Nationalist Enemy: A Reply to Tarik Amar’s Review of Red Famine PDF
Taras Kuzio 209-216


Horace in the Kyiv Mohylanian Poetics (17th – First Half of the 18th Centuries). Poetic Theory, Metrics, Lyric Poetry by Giovanna Siedina PDF
Giovanna Brogi 217-221
Along Ukraine’s River: A Social and Environmental History of the Dnipro by Roman Adrian Cybriwsky PDF
Roman Lozynskyi 223-226
Chernobyl: The History of the Nuclear Catastrophe by Plokhy Serhii PDF
Mariia Shuvalova 227-230
Ukraine’s Quest for Identity: Embracing Cultural Hybridity in Literary Imagination, 1991–2011 by Maria G. Rewakowicz PDF
Olha Maksymchuk 231-233
Political Orthodoxies: The Unorthodoxies of the Church Coerced by Cyril Hovorun PDF
Olena Chemodanova 235-238