From the Central European University Press:
How did the Russian Empire in the nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries try to “solve” the question of Ukraine? Can history explain the causes of the current military confrontation? Who are the Ukrainians of today?
For a deeper look into the history of Ukraine and how it affects the present, you can read, download and share the eBooks following the links below:
- The Ukrainian Question by Alexei Miller
- Along Ukraine’s River by Roman Adrian Cybriwsky
- A Laboratory of Transnational History: Ukraine and Recent Ukrainian Historiography, edited by Georgiy Kasianov and Philipp Ther
- Heroes and Villains by David Marples
- The Moulding of Ukraine by Katarzyna Wolczuk
- State-Building: A Comparative Study of Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, and Russia by Verena Fritz
- Regionalism without Regions: Reconceptualizing Ukraine’s Heterogeneity, edited by Oksana Myshlovska and Ulrich Schmid
- Where Currents Meet: Frontiers of Memory in Post-Soviet Fiction of Kharkiv, Ukraine by Tanya Zaharchenko
- Memory Crash by Georgiy Kasianov
- The War in Ukraine’s Donbas, edited by David Marples
For more about these titles, you can find a summary here.