The author of ‘Hitler’s Furies’ seeks to describe the fate of the women who, without holding official positions in the Third Reich, were perpetrators of the Holocaust: Translator

We spoke with Viktoria Ivanenko, the translator of this book, written by historian Wendy Lower. Viktoria Ivanenko: The original version of the book Hitler’s Furies: German Women in the Nazi Killing Fields came out in...

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Dieter Pohl: “At present, there are practically no comprehensive studies on the history of the Holocaust in the Ukrainian lands”

Our series of interviews with prominent historians who study genocides continues with a conversation with Dieter Pohl, professor of Contemporary History with a special emphasis on Eastern and South-Eastern Europe at the University of Klagenfurt...

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Viktor Kytasty (1943-2000)

Viktor Kytasty (1943-2000). American professor, musician, cultural anthropologist, and social activist. He emigrated with his family to the U.S. in 1949. A professional musician who performed on the bandura (a stringed instrument considered the national...

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“I would not consider writing with light on the bell tower of the Cathedral of Saint Sophia a Hanukkah tradition”—Diana Klochko

A conversation with art historian Diana Klochko about Hanukkah, Christmas, and New Year’s lights  Iryna Slavinska: How new is the Kyiv tradition of installing Hanukkah candles on Kontraktova Ploshcha? Diana Klochko: They have been installed...

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