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AAJR-Fordham-NYPL Ukrainian Scholars

AAJR-Fordham-NYPL Ukrainian Scholars Posted on June 9, 2022

Sergii Bagro, National Sanctuary Complex of “Kyiv Sophia”
“The Intellectual Logic of Early Modern Nation- and State-Construction In Ukraine”

Tetyana Batanova, Vernadsky National Library, Kyiv
“Jewish Political Parties in the Ukrainian Central Rada in 1917–1918”

Serhiy Hirik, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv
“Ideological Evolution of the Poale Zion’s Left Wing”

Yurii Kaparulin, Raphael Lemkin Center for Genocide Studies, Kherson State University
“Between Soviet Modernization and the Holocaust: Jewish Agrarian Settlements in
the Southern Ukraine (1924-1948)”

Sofia Korn, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv
“The Attitudes of Jewish Political Movements in Interwar Galicia toward Ukrainians and Ukrainian Nationalism”

Eugeny Kotlyar, Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts
“Destroyed But Not Forgotten: Jewish Heritage in Ukrainian Art History”

Khrystyna Semeryn, The National University of Ostroh Academy, Ostroh
“Cultural Memory of Soviet Ukraine in Female Jewish Testimonies: From Oral History to Cookery and Literature”

Roman Shliakhtych, The Kryvyi Rih State University of Economics and Technology
“Participation of Local Police in the Holocaust on the Territory of the Reichskommissariat ‘Ukraine’”

Svitlana Telukha, National Technical University, Kharkiv
“The Way to Evacuation: The Experience of the Past and the Present”

Nadia Ufimtseva, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy
“Jewish Printed Book Collections as a Source to the History of Jewish Community of Kamianets-Podilsky in 1860s – 1930s”

Pavlo Yeremieiev, V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Kharkiv
“The Images of Jews in Ukrainian Historiography of the First Half of the 19th Century”

Anna Mariya Basauri Ziuzina
“The Response of the American Jewish Community to Soviet Atheist Publications in Ukraine (1957-1988)”