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From Postcolonialism to Contact Zones?: Nadia Bureiko Comments on Ulrich Schmid’s Lecture

by Nadia Bureiko From Postcolonialism to Contact Zones? Time to Reconceptualize Ukrainian Cultural Studies Since the dissolution of the Soviet Union, the study of contemporary Ukrainian culture has been largely influenced by the interpretation scheme of postcolonialism, especially by Pavlyshyn’s...

Amber Nickell: “We Wander” Together

“We Wander” Together: Jews and Ethnic Germans on the Eurasian Steppes, 1917-1979 This project examines the changing relationships between ethnic Germans and Jews in Southern Ukraine and their Central Asian sites of displacement over the course of the short twentieth...

Ukraine Rethinks Complex WWII Past

An Homradske.TV interview by Nataliya Gumenyuk (Visiting Fellow Berlin-Brandenburg Ukraine Initiative, Hromadske.tv) with Andrii Portnov (Berlin-Brandenburg Ukraine Initiative) and Jan C. Behrends (Zentrum für Zeithistorische Forschung Potsdam) 8 May 2016 On May 8th, 1945 Nazi Germany surrendered its armed forces,...

Oleg Zhuravlev (photo: Forum Transregionale Studien)

Interview: „From the Event to New Political Subjectivities: Comparing Euromaidan and ‘Bolotnaya’“

Oleg Zhuravlev is a researcher with the Public Sociology Laboratory and is now working on his PhD in the European University Institute in Florence. In his research, Zhuravlev focuses on the evolution of political subjectivity in Russia and Ukraine. For the...

Fragmentierung und Übersetzung – Sprache und Dichtung in der Ukraine (Audio Dokumentation der Lesung und Diskussion)

Mit den Autorinnen und Autoren: Liubov Jakymchuk, Aleksandr Kabanov, Marianna Kijanowska, Serhiy Zhadan Moderation: Susi K. Frank, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Die sprachliche Situation in der im politischen und kulturellen Umbruch befindlichen Ukraine ist gekennzeichnet durch eine hochkomplexe faktische Zweisprachigkeit und...