Lesia Ukrainka shows that there were peoples in the world who were even worse off than we were, but they survived and defended themselves: Serhii Romanov

Jewish influences on Lesia Ukrainka and her works.  A conversation with Serhii Romanov, Doctor of Philological Sciences and the head of the Department of Literary Theory and Foreign Literature at Lesia Ukrainka Volyn National University,...

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The states that were formed after the First World War arose around the idea of an "exclusive nation" based on the culture of dominant ethnic groups: A historian discusses the interethnic coexistence of Galicians

A look at the inter-ethnic coexistence and cohabitation of Galicians in the years between the two world wars A conversation with Petro Chorniy, a historian, social anthropologist, Candidate of Historical Sciences, and Research Fellow of...

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