The first English-language anthology of Ukrainian intellectual history is distorted by the editors’ patriotic preferences by Oleksandr Hrytsenko Until the 1990s, Ukrainian studies in the West focused foremost on the country’s literature and history; with rare exceptions, everything else was relegated to the domain of Soviet studies. Ukrainian-language publishers in the West had broader interests, […]

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