нове число «Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal»

нове число «Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal»

3-е число «Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal». National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, 2016.

Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal covers the broad areas of Literature, History, and Philosophy focusing mainly on Central & Eastern European and Ukrainian studies. The second issue is published due to the financial support of family of Viktoria Gumeniuk & Serhiy Seheda, both NaUKMA graduates, and Yevheniy Utkin.




Table of Contents

EDITORIAL

Volodymyr MORENETS. A Word of Welcome from the Editor-in-Chief.

ARTICLES

Daniel BELGRAD, Ying ZHU. Dancing with Knives: American Cold War Ideology in the Dances of West Side Story.

Cyril HOVORUN. Ideology and Religion.

Oksana KLYMENKO. Soviet Ideology in Workers’ Memoirs of the 1920s–1930s (A Case Study of John Scott’s and Borys Weide’s Memoirs).

Olga BERTELSEN. A Trial in Absentia: Purifying National Historical Narratives in Russia.

Roman HORBYK. Ideologies of the Self: Constructing the Modern Ukrainian Subject in the Other’s Modernity.

Sergiy GOLOVASHCHENKO. Eastern Christian Churches Between State and Society: An Overview of the Religious Landscape in Ukraine (1989–2014).

Natalia SHLIKHTA. Eastern Christian Churches Between State and Society: An Overview of the Religious Landscape in Ukraine (1989–2014).

Olga POLIUKHOVYCH. The Artist’s Longing and Belonging: Cultural Sensitivity in Yurii Kosach’s Narratives.

Roman VERETELNYK. Found in Translation: Vasyl Stus and Rudyard Kipling’s “If”.

Oleksandr PRONKEVYCH. Quixotic Imagery in Ideological Mythmaking.

Andriy LIUBARETS. The Politics of Memory in Ukraine in 2014: Removal of the Soviet Cultural Legacy and Euromaidan Commemorations.

REFLECTIONS

Martha BOHACHEVSKY-CHOMIAK. A Selfie with Two Books on Humanism and Ideology

REVIEWSTertium non datur. Problema kulturnoi identychnosti v literaturno-filosofskomu dyskursi XIX–XXI st. [Tertium Non Datur: Issues of Cultural Identity in Literary-Philosophical Discourse of the 19th and 21st Centuries], ed. Volodymyr Morenets.

Maria MELENCHUK. Istoriia radianskoho suspilstva: Kurs lektsii [The History of Soviet Society: A Course of Lectures] by Natalia Shlikhta.

Sheldon RICHMOND. Why Humans Matter (The 4th Revolution: How the Infosphere is Reshaping Human Reality by Luciano Floridi).

Olena CHEMODANOVA. Meta-Ecclesiology: Chronicles on Church Awareness by Cyril Hovorun.

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