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Dear Friend of Ukrainian Culture and History,
CEU Press has brought out a multicultural, multidimensional history of a diversity of cultures, religious denominations, languages, ethical norms, and historical experience leading up to todayıs Ukraine.
Few issues are hotter in present day Ukraine than the role of various armed groups fighting on the Ukrainian fronts during WWII. Who were heroes, who were villains? That is the theme of this CEU Press book by D.R. Marples.
Another current academic success examines the state-building processes in Ukraine, Lithuania, Belarus, and Russia, by V. Fritz. 
 
Chapters related to Ukraine in recent collective works: an essay on the treatment of the Great Famine in historiography, and a description of beliefs of magic among Jews of Carpatho-Russia.
 
From the backlist:
A book written by A. Miller presenting and analyzing the Ukrainian question as handled by the Empire in the 19th century.
The Moulding of Ukraine (The constitutional politics of state formation in the 1990s) by K. Wolczuk.
"...the first volume to discuss Central-Eastern Europe and Russia within the context of a triangular framework" (European Security) by M. Balmaceda.
As well as precious chapters relating to Ukraine in a number of comparative and collective volumes. The website of the Central European University Press is worth a visit. Please, download the latest catalogue.
CEU Press

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