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Formuvaty istorychnu svidomist’,” Radians′ka Ukraïna, 3 February 1989. 4 Interview with Stanislav Kulchytsky, deputy director, Institute of Ukrainian History, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 19 May 2005. A. I. Hurzhii, Iak i koly pochala formuvatysia ukraïns′ka natsiia (Kyiv, 1991). , 2000). The volume was translated into Ukrainian and Russian and reprinted no less than three times, with an overall circulation of no less than nine hundred thousand copies. 7 Istoriia Ukraïny. , ed. A. Smolii (Kyiv, 1996).
Moscow, 1997), pp. 393–410, and most recently in “Empires, Borderlands, and Diasporas: Eurasia as AntiParadigm for the Post-Soviet Era,” American Historical Review 109, no. 2 (April 2004): 445–68. 30 At Columbia University I taught with Michael Stanislawski, a specialist in Russian and East European Jewish history; with Karen Barkey, a historical sociologist and Ottomanist; with Frank Sysyn, who has a breadth in Ukrainian history that far surpasses my own in Russian history; with Richard Wortman, a distinguished historian of imperial Russia; and with Catharine Nepomnyashchy, a specialist in Russian, Slavic and comparative literature.
They led a characteristically borderland existence, an important part of which was refusing to acknowledge state borders (until they were defeated, deported, and integrated into more “modern” state structures in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries). The Jews are widely accepted as the Ur-diaspora nation; their alternate paths of assimilation and national affirmation, as well as their rich diversity of religious and intellectual traditions, are well reflected on the territory of Ukraine. Equally important, Jewish communities’ ties to other Jewish (and non-Jewish) communities have helped both to sustain and undermine certain visions of Jewish (and non-Jewish) futures.
A laboratory of transpersonal history. Ukraine and recent ukrainian historiography. by Edited by G. Kasianov and P. Ther