Journal of Ukrainian Studies

Volume 8, Number 2, 2021

Table of contents (24 articles)


Critical Forum 1 - Articles

  1. The Black Sea from a "Safe" Distance: Guest Editor's Introduction
  2. The Intermarium As a Pivotal Geopolitical Buzzword
  3. The Intermarium in Ukrainian and Polish Foreign Policy Discourse
  4. Twelve EU Countries on the Eastern Flank of NATO: What about Ukraine?

Critical Forum 2 - Articles

  1. New Research on Early Modern Ukraine: Foreword
  2. Non-compliant Reading and Annotating in the Ruthenian Reformation: Cyril of Jerusalem’s Mystagogical Catechisms from Szymon Budny’s Library
  3. Ruthenian Devotional Songs As Collectors’ Items?


  1. Turning Crisis into Opportunity: Unfolding Ukraine’s Trade Potential with the Canada-Ukraine Free Trade Agreement
  2. The Role of English Proficiency in the Adaptation of Ukrainian Immigrant Children and Youth in Saskatchewan, Canada
  3. Literary Translation behind Bars in the Late Soviet Union: Contextual Voices of Vasyl' Stus and Ivan Svitlychnyi
  4. “We Will not Get Another Chance if We Lose This Battle Now”: Populism on Ukrainian Television Political Talk Shows ahead of the Presidential Election in 2019

Reports from the Field

  1. The Ukrainian Kyrylytsia, Restored: An Automation Project for Adding the Cyrillic Fields to Ukrainian Records in OCLC WorldCat


Book Reviews

  1. Iurii Lavrinenko ta Iurii Sherekh: Lystuvannia 1945-1949 [Iurii Lavrinenko and Iurii Sherekh: Letters, 1945-1949]
  2. Lesa Melnyczuk and Phil Webster. Holodomor: Silenced Voices of the Starved Children
  3. Sergey Sayapin and Evhen Tsybulenko, editors. The Use of Force against Ukraine and International Law: Jus ad Bellum, Jus in Bello, Jus post Bellum
  4. Frank E. Sysyn, editor-in-chief and with an introduction. Mykhailo Zubryts'kyi: Zibrani tvory i materialy u tr'okh tomakh; Hazetni publikatsii, etnohrafichni ta arkhivni materialy [Mykhailo Zubryts'kyi: Collected Works and Materials in Three Volumes; Newspaper Articles, Ethnographic Works, and Archival Materials]
  5. Oksana Danylenko and Tetiana (Tetyana) Panchenko. Vysokokvalifikovanyi ukrains'kyi fakhivets' u Nimechchyni ta Pol'shchi: Analiz keisiv u Miunkheni, Krakovi i Vrotslavi / Highly Qualified Ukrainian Specialist in Germany and Poland [Analysis of Cases in Munich, Krakow, and Wrocław]
  6. Robert Kuśnierz. In the World of Stalinist Crimes: Ukraine in the Years of the Purges and Terror (1934-1938) from the Polish Perspective
  7. Maria G. Rewakowicz, translator and with an introduction. Mountain and Flower: Selected Poems. By Mykola Vorobiov
  8. Ol'ha Ryzhova. Ikonopys u khudozhnii kul'turi Kyieva kintsia XVII-XVIII stolit': Monohrafiia [Iconography in the Artistic Culture of Kyiv at the End of the Seventeenth and in the Eighteenth Centuries: A Monograph]
  9. Oleksandra Wallo. Ukrainian Women Writers and the National Imaginary: From the Collapse of the USSR to the Euromaidan


  1. Letter to the Editor


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