“The individual and collective memory of Yevbaz is a certain construct; it is a mosaic of personal experience and the recollections of relatives and neighbors”: A conversation with Maryna Hrymych, pt. 2

The continuation of the conversation about the Jewish Bazaar, Yevbaz, the renowned location in Kyiv that is portrayed in the novels of Maryna Hrymych. Iryna Slavinska: What is Yevbaz today? Maryna Hrymych: Today, Yevbaz is…

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Celan speaks to contemporary Germans, teaches them about responsibility, morality, and offers them a different take on their history: Petro Rykhlo

The continuation of a conversation about Paul Celan, the distinguished German-language poet who was born in Chernivtsi. Our guest today is Petro Rykhlo, translator, literary historian, Doctor of Philology, professor at Yurii Fedkovych Chernivtsi National…

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“When the Lenin monument was dismantled in the city of Kolomyia, it turned out that it had been standing on top of Jewish gravestones”—Yuri Andrukhovych

The sixth German–Ukrainian meeting of writers belonging to the Paperbridge Circle took place on 10–11 September in the form of the Paperbridge Circle 2020 telebridge between Ivano-Frankivsk and Berlin. The conversation with the writer Yuri…

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