"A tragedy of guilty victims”? The memory of the Roma genocide in postwar Ukraine, part 2 : Knowledge “for internal use,” or the “tip of the iceberg”: Channels of information and the formation of the picture of the occupation

The second part of the article examines the “tip of the iceberg” of the Soviet culture of memory of the victims of the Roma genocide, that is, the documentation of the occupation period which the...

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Mykola Lysenko (1842-1912)

Mykola Lysenko (1842-1912). Composer, ethnomusicologist, conductor, pianist, teacher, and community figure. Lysenko can be considered the father of Ukrainian classical music. He studied at the Leipzig Conservatory and later refined his conducting and orchestration skills...

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“A tragedy of guilty victims”? The memory of the Roma genocide in postwar Ukraine, part 1

Despite the fact that an inclusive memory of the victims of the Nazi regime is being formed in Ukraine, why does the Roma genocide remain on the sidelines? To a significant degree, this is a...

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