No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents


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


Postcolonial Modernities PDF
Bill Ashcroft 3–26
Rethinking Psychiatric Terror against Nationalists in Ukraine: Spatial Dimensions of Post-Stalinist State Violence PDF
Olga Bertelsen 27–76
The Theoretical Background of Understanding Urban Identity in the Anthropological Perspective PDF
Maksym Karpovets 77–93
Forgeries and Their Social Circulation in the Context of Historical Culture: The Usable Past as a Resource for Social Advance in Early Modern Lemberg/Lviv PDF
Alexandr Osipian 95–134
Mapping the Field PDF
Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern 135–157
“As a Father among Little Children”: The Emerging Cult of Taras Shevchenko as a Factor of the Ukrainian Nation-building in Austrian Eastern Galicia in the 1860s PDF
Ostap Sereda 159–188
The Archival Revolution and Contested Memory: Changing Views of Stalin’s Rule in the Light of New Evidence PDF
Myroslav Shkandrij 189–204
Artistic Temporality in Shevchenko’s Lyrics: The Compositional Aspect PDF
Valeria Smilianska 205–217
Nechui’s Aesthetic Code: Repetition, Pacing, and Non-Purposeful Narration PDF
Maxim Tarnawsky 219–240


Gasping for Perspective PDF
Joseph Agassi 243–249
Taras Shevchenko at the Maidan in Kyiv PDF
Anja Lange 251–263


Truth: Philosophy in Transit by John D. Caputo PDF
Serhiy Kvit 267–273
Ukraine Cognita (The Sundial. The Pilgrim’s Book [Soniachnyi hodynnyk. Knyha pilihryma] by Volodymyr Panchenko) PDF
Leonid Ushkalov 275–281