Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage ST. THOMAS MORE COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN

Online launch of “Ukraina Moderna”

Online launch of “Ukraina Moderna” vol. 29, special issue on “Ukraine and Its Revolutions (1914-1923): New Histories and Interpretations” commemorating Mark von Hagen (1954–2019)

PCUH is happy to invite you to the online launch of the special issue of the Ukraina Moderna journal “Ukraine and Its Revolutions (1914-1923): New Histories and Interpretations,” which was guest edited by the Petro Jacyk Fellow in Ukrainian Studies Oksana Dudko.

Everyone is very welcome to attend. The event will be in Ukrainian and English with simultaneous translation.

When: TUESDAY 14 SEPTEMBER 2021, 10:30 AM (MDT, UTC-6)

Zoom registration…/reg…/WN_PknQVG74SRuoItXOHyvCJA

This newest issue of the journal is dedicated to a keystone topic in 20th-century Ukrainian history—the Ukrainian Revolution of 1914–1923.

Focusing on the topic of the Ukrainian Revolution, the presentations will examine current historiographic debates and new research methods while weaving in a conversation around the contributions of Mark von Hagen to this field. Highlighting the ideas, themes, and concepts published in the special issue, the contributing authors will also describe in detail the articles, discussion forum, and book reviews that comprise its contents.

The online launch participants will include prominent scholars Serhy Yekelchyk (University of Victoria), Frank Sysyn (University of Alberta), and Mayhill Fowler (Stetson University); the journal’s editor-in-chief Gelinada Grinchenko (Kharkiv Karazin National University); guest editor Oksana Dudko (the Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage, University of Saskatchewan); as well as a number of other contributing authors. The discussions will be moderated by Yaroslav Hrytsak (Ukrainian Catholic University), founding editor of Ukraina Moderna.

Annotated contents of the special issue are accessible at: