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The Instance of Enunciation in the Researcher’s Position

The Instance of Enunciation in the Researcher’s Position

Nov 28, 2023

Publicly given speeches are often perceived with too much focus on their literal content. Yet, the functioning of public speech…

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The Scheme of Squares and Main Roads of Zhytomyr (1991)

(Post-)Soviet Transition, Memory Politics, and the Postcolonial Lens

Aug 15, 2023

The full-scale Russian aggression has led to questioning the memory politics in Ukraine, which raised intensive debates about the appropriacy of imperial and Soviet memorials, monuments, and other sites of…

Women in History and Women’s History

Women in History and Women’s History

Jul 4, 2023

Zsófia Lóránd is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Historical and Cultural Studies at the University of Vienna. She focuses on the history of feminism in post-WWII Eastern Europe,…

A Savage War of Russian Decline

A Savage War of Russian Decline

Jun 29, 2023

In this conversation co-hosted by Marta Haiduchok (Visible Ukraine) and Ferenc Laczó (the Review of Democracy), Serhii Plokhy – author of the new book The Russo-Ukrainian War – discusses why…

Dnipro(petrovsk), early 70s

City in/and Narrative

Jun 25, 2023

In 2022 the world has seen the book of Chair Professor of Entangled History of Ukraine (European University Viadrina) Andrii Portnov, titled “Dnipro: an entangled history of a European city”.…

The Curse of Russian Imperialism - The interview with Martin Schulze Wessel on Imperial Optics, False Dichotomies, and the Need to Reconsider East European History

The Curse of Russian Imperialism

May 20, 2023

In this conversation with RevDem editor Ferenc Laczó, Martin Schulze Wessel – author of the new book Der Fluch des Imperiums. Die Ukraine, Polen und der Irrweg in der Russischen…

Collecting, Sharing, Letting Be — An Interview with Vesna Teršelič on Dealing with the Past

Collecting, Sharing, Letting Be

Mar 21, 2023

Speaking about traumatic memory generally presupposes speaking about narrative creation. Articulation and re-telling are often perceived as weaving the canvases back after rupture, as filling the empty spaces left by…