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Nationalism

Russification In Soviet Ukraine After Stalin
John-Paul Himka
“I Will Always Be a Crimean Tatar First”
Çatırtavlı
After the silence, the time of Ukrainian memory
Patrick Le Tréhondat After Silence
The Ukrainian Nation in the Time of Lenin, Hitler, and Stalin
John-Paul Himka
First LGBTIQ+ film festival breaks new ground for Ukraine
Andriy Avramenko
A Slaughter of Jews in Ukraine
John-Paul Himka
Why Putin is forcing occupied Ukrainians to become Russian citizens
Pavlo Lysianskyi
Ukrainians Wha Hae
James Rann
Marko Bojcun (1951-2023), a Ukrainian Marxist
Syllepse
These are the men Russia wanted to put in charge of Ukraine
Igor Burdyga
Falsehoods instead of Ukrainian reality: an emotional plague
Vincent Présumey Stefan Bekier
Ilya Repin, Ukrainian painter and the Commune of Paris
Patrick Le Trehondat
“You lie in a trench like in a coffin. If there is hell on earth, it is war. I have never seen anything worse”: a Russian who fought on the side of Ukraine
Natalia Mazina
Yuliya Yurchenko: From Ukraine’s independence to Russia’s invasion
Federico Fuentes Yuliya Yurchenko
Seeing Soldiers Work: Ukrainian Cinema and the Future of Labor
Thomas Roberts
The film ‘Pamfir’ on ideology, culture and (de)colonisation
Yuliia Leites
Ukraine: The cities of the Donbass were incubators of loyalty to the Russian and then Soviet imperial project
Hanna Perekhoda Gwendal Piégais
Ukrainian works of literature and history banned as ‘extremist’ in Russian occupied Luhansk oblast
Halya Coynash
Ukraine, Right-wing Radicalism, and the War: Frequently Asked Questions
Vyacheslav Lichachev Aljaž Vrabec
Ukrainians Demand Their Place in Art History
Lisa Korneichuk
The future of Donbass according to Izolyatsia
Francesco Brusa
We demand the withdrawal of the bill on censorship of scientific sources!
Collective
Why the cult of Stepan Bandera should be buried
Boris Oglavenko, Dmitro Mrychnyk
Ukrainian art still colonized in Western museums
Patrick Le Tréhondat
‘People in liberated Kherson are greeting Ukrainian soldiers in Russian’: Hanna Perekhoda on Ukrainian identity, language and Donbas
Hanna Perekhoda Federico Fuentes
Roma at war: Romani soldiers defend Ukraine from Russian occupation under the Romani flag
Zdeněk Ryšavý Gwendolyn Albert
Ukraine: no chauvinism in language policy!
Sotsialnyi Rukh (Social Movement) Ukraine
Ukraine and Its Language in the Political Imagination of the Russian Nation and Empire
Hanna Perekhoda
The Politics of Watching: documentary visions of the Ukrainian East
Victoria Donovan Darya Tsymbalyuk
Does Ukraine Need Russian Culture to Win the War Against Russia?
Irina Zherebkina
Inside the Ukrainian Resistance
Alona Liasheva Denys Pilash
Ukrainian identity map in wartime: Thesis-antithesis-synthesis?
Denys Gorbach
Ukraine: making a war of liberation
Vladyslav Starodubtsev Tom Harris
The Truth About Ukrainian Nationalism and Claims It's Tainted by Nazism
Liza Rozovsky
Why do Ukrainian liberals hate the left?
Volodymyr Ishchenko
Grieving for Others, Not for Ourselves
Irina Zherebkina ПОСЛЕ МЕДИА
Right To Weapons. How Can Leftists Support Ukraine?
Zakhar Popovych
Ukraine: Victory And Hate For The Enemy
Zakhar Popovych
Self-Determination and the War in Ukraine
Taras Bilous
Cancel culture vs. execute culture: Why Russian manuscripts don’t burn, but Ukrainian manuscripts burn all too well
Amelina Victoria
No messing around with nation states
Karmina.sk
Ukrainian Writers and Poets
Vladyslav Starodubtsev