Journal of Ukrainian Studies

Volume 9, Number 2, 2022 Odesa’s Many Frontiers Guest-edited by Volodymyr Kravchenko and Jessica Zychowicz

Table of contents (16 articles)


  1. From the Editor-in-Chief



  1. Odesa’s Many Frontiers: Introduction
  2. Social Estates, Occupation, and HISCO: A New Study of Odesa in 1897
  3. Ivan Kozlenko’s Tanzher and the Odesa Myth: Multidirectional Memory As a Strategy of Subversion
  4. The Odesa Image in Odesa-Themed Restaurants
  5. Odesa in Diachronic and Synchronic Studies of Urban Linguistic Landscapes of Ukraine Conducted between 2015 and 2019
  6. Curative Mythmaking: Children's Bodies, Medical Knowledge, and the Frontier of Health in Early Soviet Odesa

Featured Review

The EWJUS Essay

  1. Historians As Enablers? Historiography, Imperialism, and the Legitimization of Russian Aggression


  1. Polish-Ukrainian Dialogue on the Restitution of Cultural Property Displaced during World War II

Book Review Essay

Book Reviews


  1. Letter to the Editor
  2. Author Response


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