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No 5 (2018): Cross-Cultural Connections and Displacement in Ukraine and Beyond Transformation of the French Pattern of a Naturalistic Character in Ivan Franko’s Literary Works Abstract   PDF
Nataliia Yatskiv, Nataliia Venhrynovych
 
No 1 (2014) Truth: Philosophy in Transit by John D. Caputo Details   PDF
Serhiy Kvit
 
No 1 (2014) Ukraine Cognita (The Sundial. The Pilgrim’s Book [Soniachnyi hodynnyk. Knyha pilihryma] by Volodymyr Panchenko) Details   PDF
Leonid Ushkalov
 
No 6 (2019): The Ukrainian Intellectual Heritage in a Global Context Ukraine’s Quest for Identity: Embracing Cultural Hybridity in Literary Imagination, 1991–2011 by Maria G. Rewakowicz Details   PDF
Olha Maksymchuk
 
No 4 (2017): The 100th Anniversary of the Ukrainian Revolution (1917–1921) Ukrainian Attempts at State Building in 1917–1921 and the Idea of Intermarium: A Historiographical and Archival Note Abstract   PDF
Viktoria Boyko
 
No 7 (2020): Ukrainian Humanities Studies in the 21st Century Ukrainian Investigative Journalists After the Euromaidan: Their Role Conceptions and Worldviews Abstract   PDF
Oleksandr Yaroshchuk
 
No 5 (2018): Cross-Cultural Connections and Displacement in Ukraine and Beyond Ukrainian Otherlands: Diaspora, Homeland and Folk Imagination in the Twentieth Century by Natalia Khanenko-Friesen Natalia Details   PDF
Mariia Shuvalova
 
No 5 (2018): Cross-Cultural Connections and Displacement in Ukraine and Beyond Ukrainian Students in Spain after World War II Abstract   PDF
Oleksandr Pronkevych, Olga Shestopal
 
No 7 (2020): Ukrainian Humanities Studies in the 21st Century Unravelling the Ukrainian Revolution: “Dignity,” “Fairness,” “Heterarchy,” and the Challenge to Modernity Abstract   PDF
Mychailo Wynnyckyj
 
No 2 (2015) Viacheslav Briukhovetsky: “The Idea of the Rebirth of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Came to Me a Year before the Breakup of the USSR...” Details   PDF
Volodymyr Panchenko
 
No 7 (2020): Ukrainian Humanities Studies in the 21st Century War and Autocephaly in Ukraine Abstract   PDF
Cyril Hovorun
 
No 3 (2016) Why Humans Matter (The 4th Revolution: How the Infosphere is Reshaping Human Reality by Luciano Floridi) Details   PDF
Sheldon Richmond
 
No 2 (2015) Why Popper Matters (Popper and His Popular Critics: Thomas Kuhn, Paul Feyerabend and Imre Lakatos by Joseph Agassi) Details   PDF
Sheldon Richmond
 
No 7 (2020): Ukrainian Humanities Studies in the 21st Century Wild Music Sound and Sovereignty in Ukraine by Maria Sonevytsky Details   PDF
Olga Zaitseva-Herz
 
No 4 (2017): The 100th Anniversary of the Ukrainian Revolution (1917–1921) World War I — A Personal Story Details   PDF
Martha Bohachevsky-Chomiak
 
No 2 (2015) “Academicians” and the Academy: A Social History of Education and Literacy in 18th-century Ukraine [“Akademiky” i Akademiia. Sotsialna istoriia osvity i osvichenosti v Ukraini XVIII st.] by Maksym Iaremenko Details   PDF
Kateryna Dysa
 
No 2 (2015) “Ad fontes”: International Conference to 400 Year Anniversary of the Kyiv-Mohyla Academy (National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy October 12, 2015 — October 14, 2015) Details   PDF
Zhenya Sakal
 
No 1 (2014) “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 Abstract   PDF
Ostap Sereda
 
No 5 (2018): Cross-Cultural Connections and Displacement in Ukraine and Beyond “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Intellectual Space” as a Manifestation of Intercultural Communications (on the Basis of the Ukrainian Hierarchs’ Epistolary Legacy) Abstract   PDF
Svitlana Kagamlyk
 
No 4 (2017): The 100th Anniversary of the Ukrainian Revolution (1917–1921) “Total and Radical Liberation”: The Religious and Philosophical Background of Volodymyr Vynnychenko’s Revolutionary Ideas Abstract   PDF
Roman Bilyashevych
 
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