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Our latest publications in 2020

 

Ardeleanu, Constantin. “Steamboat Sociality along the Danube and in the Black Sea (mid-1830s–mid-1850s).” Journal of Transport History 41 (2020): 208–228.

Barsukova, Svetlana and Elena Denisova-Schmidt. “Political “investments” by businesses in Russia, or why does business finance election campaigns?” Polis. Political Studies, 3 (2020): 110−125. https://doi.org/10.17976/jpps/2020.03.08

Bureiko, Nadiia and Teodor Lucian Moga: „Bukovyna as a Contact Zone: analysis of identities, ideas and perceptions at the Ukrainian-Romanian borderland. Analytical materials. Part II. (in Romanian).” Bukovyna, June 6, 2020.http://bukovyna.quadrivium.org.ua/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/2020_Data-analysis_final_RO.pdf

Bureiko, Nadiia and Teodor Lucian Moga. „Bukovyna as a Contact Zone: analysis of identities, ideas and perceptions at the Ukrainian-Romanian borderland. Analytical materials. Part II. (in Ukrainian).” Bukovyna, June 6, 2020.http://bukovyna.quadrivium.org.ua/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/2020_Data-analysis_final_UA.pdf

Bureiko, Nadiia, Teodor Lucian Moga, Alexandra Gheorghiu and Bogdan–Constantin Ibănescu. “Between the Home and Kin-State: Self-Identification and Attachment of Ukrainians and Romanians in the Ukrainian-Romanian Borderland of Bukovina.” Problems of Post-Communism (2020). https://doi.org/10.1080/10758216.2020.1734470

Bureiko, Nadiia. “Promoting Ukraine“s image abroad.” In „Ze“ year of Ukraine“s foreign policy. Analysis of the new political team first year in the Parliament and the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine (September 2019 – October 2020), edited by Hanna Shelest, 51-57. Kyiv: Ukrainian Prism, 2020. http://prismua.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/Ze_Year.pdf

Chebotarova, Anna: “Collective Memory of the Holocaust in Post-Soviet Ukraine.” In The Burden of the Past: History, Memory, and Identity in Contemporary Ukraine, edited by Małgorzata Głowacka-Grajper and Anna Wylegała, 183–205. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2020.

Chebotarova, Anna. “Memory and Military Conflict: Politics of History and Its Societal Perception in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine.” Euxeinos 10, no. 29 (July 2020): 115–27. https://gce.unisg.ch/en/euxeinos/archive/29

Christa Binswanger, Jelena Tošić und Sandra King-Savic. “Meinungsbeitrag: Black Lives Matter – Zur Aktualität einer Bewegung.” Universität St. Gallen, July 30, 2020. https://www.unisg.ch/de/wissen/newsroom/aktuell/rssnews/meinung/2020/juli/black-lives-matter-30juli2020

Denisova-Schmidt, Elena and Lena Nicolas-Kryzhko. “Rabenmutter.” The Global Informality Project, last modified October 26, 2020, https://www.in-formality.com/wiki/index.php?title=Rabenmutter_(West_Germany,_Austria,_German-speaking_Switzerland)

Denisova-Schmidt, Elena and Sibylle Krause.“Indulgence (Global).” The Global Informality Project, last modified October 26, 2020, https://www.in-formality.com/wiki/index.php?title=Indulgence_(Global)

Denisova-Schmidt, Elena, ed., Corruption in higher education: global challenges and responses. Leiden: Brill, 2020. 

Denisova-Schmidt, Elena, Irina Markovina and Lena Nicolas-Kryzhko. “The lacuna model – an innovative tool for analyzing cross-cultural differences.” International Journal of Cross Cultural Management 20, no. 3, (2020):329−343. https://doi.org/10.1177/1470595820973448

Denisova-Schmidt, ElenaMartin Huber and Yaroslav Prytula.Corruption and Informal Practices among Businesses in Ukraine, v. 1.0.Discuss Data, November 10, 2020,https://doi:10.48320/D4B9E49A-F94C-417B-869F-425331CE1B66

Denisova-Schmidt, Elena, Martin Huber, and Yaroslav Prytula. “Can online videos change the acceptance of corruption among Ukrainian students?” VoxUkraine, October 9, 2020, https://voxukraine.org/en/can-online-videos-change-the-acceptance-of-corruption-among-ukrainian-students/

Denisova-Schmidt, Elena, Martin Huber, and Yaroslav Prytula. Chy mozhut onlainovi video zminyty riven tolerantnosti do koruptsii u ukrainskich studentiv?” VoxUkraineOctober 9, 2020, https://voxukraine.org/uk/chi-mozhut-onlajnovi-video-zminiti-riven-tolerantnosti-do-koruptsiyi-u-ukrayinskih-studentiv/

Denisova-SchmidtElenaMartinHuberElviraLeontyevaandAnnaSolovyeva“Combining experimental evidence with machine learning to assess anti-corruption educational campaigns among Russian university students.” Empirical Economics (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00181-020-01827-1   

Denisova-Schmidt, Elena. “Global approaches to corruption in higher education.” University World News, June 27, 2020, https://www.universityworldnews.com/post.php?story=20200625162953170

Denisova-Schmidt, Elena. “The end of the academic profession in Russia?” Mir Rossii 29, no. 3 (2020): 86-95. https://doi.org/10.17323/1811-038X-2020-29-3-86-95  

Denisova-Schmidt, Elena. “Voices of Students: Attitudes towards Corruption in Khabarovsk, v. 1.0.” Discuss DataLast modified October 22, 2020. https://doi:10.48320/33DC9967-825E-44A9-966F-EEBAA88DF4F7

Druey, Cécile and Dana Jirouš: “Ehrlich sein, ohne einander gleich umzubringen: Die Women’s Initiatives for Peace in Donbas”, IMehr Dialog wagen! Eine Ermutigung für Politik, gesellschaftliche Verständigung und internationale Friedensarbeitherausgegeben von Splinter, Dirk and Ljubjana Wüstehube254-67. Frankfurt am Main: Wolfgang Metzner Verlag GmbH, 2020.

Druey, Cécile and Eliane Fitzé, eds., “The Instrumentalisation of the Past and Political Mobilisation: The Painful Experiences of the Balkans and the Post-Soviet Space.” Euxeinos 10, no. 29 (2020). https://gce.unisg.ch/en/euxeinos/archive/29

Druey, Cécile, Julia Kaplan, Valentina Cherevatenko and Anna Hess Sargsyan. „Der ‘Minsker Prozess’: Perspektiven aus der Bevölkerung in der Konfliktregion”, Ukraine Analysen, no. 236 (2020): 2-10. https://doi.org/10.31205/UA.236.01

Druey, Cécile. “History as a Means of Conflict and Conflict Resolution in the North Caucasus/Chechnya”, Euxeinos 10, no. 29 (2020): 94-114. https://gce.unisg.ch/en/euxeinos/archive/29

Erőss, Ágnes, Monika M. Váradi and Doris Wastl-Walter. “Cross-border migration and gender boundaries in Central Eastern Europe – female perspectives.” Migrations Letters 17, no. 4 (2020): 499-509. http://doi.org/10.33182/ml.v17i4.700  

Erőss, Ágnes, Viktória Ferenc, Katalin Kovály, Sándor Orosz and Patrik Tátrai. “Helyzetkép a kárpátaljai magyar szórványról.” In Kárpátalja mozgásban: társadalmi változások és interetnikus viszonyok az Euromajdan után, edited by Ferenc, Viktória and Katalin Kovály, 89–133. Budapest: Bethlen Gábor Alapkezelő Zrt., 2020.

Erőss, Ágnes. “Akik maradtak: pillanatfelvétel az otthon maradt közösségekről a kárpátaljai magyar szórványban.” Regio: Kisebbség Kultúra Politika Társadalom 28, no. 1 (2020): 138-170. http://doi.org/10.17355/rkkpt.v28i1.301

Erőss, Ágnes. “Beregszász köztereinek színváltozása.” Szépirodalmi Figyelő 19, no. 1 (2020): 18–30. http://real.mtak.hu/117563/1/gonolatok_beregszasz_elmult_masfel_szaz_everol.pdf

Erőss, Ágnes. “Geografia (przeciw)pomnika: rola przestrzeni i przestzenności w miejscu pamięci.” In Anty-pomnik: nietradycyjne formy upamiętniania, edited by Smolińska, Marta and Eulalia Domanowska, 119–128, 329–338. Orońsko: Centrum Rzeźby Polskiej w Orońsku, 2020.

Erőss, Ágnes. “Review of Gastronomy and Urban Space. Changes and Challenges in Geographical Perspective edited by Kowalczyk, Andrzej and Marta Derek.” Hungarian Geographical Bulletin 69, no. 2 (2020): 218-220. http://doi.org/10.15201/hungeobull.69.2.10

Heo, Angie, Jeanne Kormina, Douglas Rogers, Webb Keane, Vlad Naumescu, Catherine Wanner, Kristen Ghodsee and Vera Shevzov. “Unfinished conversations: A tribute to Sonja Luehrmann (1975–2019).” History and Anthropology 31, no. 2 (2020):165-196. https://doi.org/10.1080/02757206.2020.1711751

Kapetanović, Mišo and Sandra King-Savic. “Review of Everyday Life in the Balkans edited by David W. Montgomery.” Journal for Southeastern Europe44, no. 1 (2020): 95-97. https://doi.org/10.30965/18763332-04401006

Kapetanović, Mišo. “Review of Born in Yugoslavia – Raised in Norway: Former Child Refugees and Belonging by Dragana Kovačević Bielicki.” Nationalism and Ethnic Politics 26, no. 2 (2020): 211-212. https://doi.org/10.1080/13537113.2020.1751392

Kapetanović, Mišo. “Vom „Gastarbeiter“ zur pluralen Migrantengemeinschaft.” Religion und Gesellschaft in Ost und West2-3, (2020): 12-13.

KarunykKateryna. “Ukrainska mova u shkilniy osviti pidrumunskoi Besarabii na pochatku 1920-rokiv.Lingvistychni doslidzhennia 52, (2020): 124-136.

King-Savic, SandraSerge Honegger and Casari Manuela: Scientific outreach project (2019- present): Via Egnatia – I am not Alone: Live-Soundscape zur Antiken Balkanroute Via Egnatia. https://viaegnatia.ch

King-Savic, Sandra. “Integration aus der Perspektive von jugoslawischen Migranten. Religion und Gesellschaft.” Religion und Gesellschaft in Ost und West2-3, (2020): 

Kovály, Katalin, Ágnes Erőss, Viktória Ferenc and Patrik Tátrai. “Kárpátaljáról dióhéjban.” In Kárpátalja mozgásban: társadalmi változások és interetnikus viszonyok az Euromajdan után, edited by Ferenc, Viktória and Katalin Kovály, 11-19. Budapest: Bethlen Gábor Alapkezelő Zrt., 2020.

Metreveli, Tornike. “Political Culture of Independence and Social Process (in Georgian).” Geculture, November 25, 2020. https://www.geculture.com/2020/11/25/პოლიტიკური-კულტურა-როგო/?fbclid=IwAR3oYqPQz-91lKjfc_i9uIyes2Es9tEpssUUaOQoTg0X9-RxZU-inOBJfww#_ftn2  

Metreveli, Tornike. “Religion and Forced Displacement in Georgia.” The Foreign Policy Centre, July 23, 2020. https://fpc.org.uk/religion-and-forced-displacement-in-georgia/

Metreveli, Tornike. “Ukraine and Saakashvili Nexus.” Religious Information Service of Ukraine, May 7, 2020. https://risu.ua/en/ukraine-and-saakashvili-nexus_n108700

Metreveli, Tornike. Orthodox Christianity and the Politics of Transition: Ukraine, Serbia, Georgia. London: Routledge, 2020. 

Mishnev, Alexander. “Kolbassa (Wurst).” Dekoder, Dezember 22, 2020. https://www.dekoder.org/de/gnose/kolbassa-sowjetische-wurst

Moga, Teodor Lucian. “Romania.” In COVID-19 Disinformation Response Index, edited by Hanna Shelest, 123-139. Kyiv: Ukrainian Prism, 2020. http://prismua.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/DRI_11_10WEB.pdf  

Moga, Teodor Lucian. Romania“s actorness in the immediate eastern neighbourhood (external and internal perceptions). Iasi: Centre for European Studies, 2020.  https://cse.uaic.ro/rosec/index_htm_files/RoSec%20research%20report%20&%20policy%20recs.pdf

Myshlovska, Oksana. “Regionalism in Ukraine: Historic Evolution, Regional Claim-Making, and Centre–Periphery Conflict Resolution.” In Decentralization, Regional Diversity, and Conflict. Federalism and Internal Conflicts, edited by Shelest, Hanna and Maryna Rabinovych, 17-47. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. http://doi-org-443.webvpn.fjmu.edu.cn/10.1007/978-3-030-41765-9_2

Palko, Olena. “Debating the early Soviet nationalities policy: the case of Ukraine.” In The Fate of the Bolshevik Revolution: Illiberal Liberation, 1917-1941, edited by James Harris, Lara Dauds, Peter Whitewood, 157-172. London: Bloomsbury, 2020.

Palko, Olena. “Review of Avant-Garde Art in Ukraine, 1910-1930. Contested Memories, by Myroslav Shkandrij.” European History Quarterly 50, no. 1 (2020): 186-188. https://doi.org/10.1177/0265691419897533z

Palko, Olena. Making Ukraine Soviet: Literature and Culture in Soviet Ukraine under Lenin and Stalin. London: Bloomsbury, 2020.

Portnov, Andrii und Tetiana Portnova. “Ukrainische literarische Mythologien von Dnipro(petrovsk). Viktor Petrovs Bez gruntu und Oles`Hončars Sobor.” In Geschichtete Identitäten. (Post-)Imperiales Erzählen und Identitätsbildung im östlichen Europa, herausgegeben von Grob, Thomas, Anna Hodel, Jan Miluška, 253-277. Wien – Köln – Weimar: Böhlau, 2020.

Portnov, Andrii. ““V Ukraine”, “na Donbasse” i ne tol’ko .” Colta, January 31, 2020. https://www.colta.ru/articles/specials/23493-andrey-portnov-o-slovah-ubezhdeniyah-i-ukrainskom-voprose

Portnov, Andrii. “Der Holodomor als Genozid. Historiographische und juristische Diskussionen.” Osteuropa1–2 (2020): 31–50.

Portnov, Andrii. “Mark fon Hagen - Ukrainist.” Historians, March 21, 2020. http://www.historians.in.ua/index.php/en/istoriya-i-pamyat-vazhki-pitannya/2733-andrij-portnov-mark-fon-gagen-ukrajinist

Portnov, Andrii. “Poland and Ukraine. Entangled Histories, Asymmetric Memories.” Essays of the Forum Transregionale Studien7(2020): 4-77. https://doi.org/10.25360/01-2020-00011  

Portnov, Andrii. “Two Years of the Chair of Entangled History of Ukraine at the Viadrina in Ukrainian.” Istorichna Pravda, April 7, 2020. https://www.istpravda.com.ua/columns/2020/04/7/157299/  

Portnova, Tetiana, M. Hrynchak, eds. Oleksandr Pol. Liudina. Misto. Epocha No. 7. Nova epocha. Novi liudy. Dnipro: Art-Pres, 2020.

Portnova, Tetiana, M. Hrynchak, eds. Oleksandr Pol. Liudina. Misto. Epocha No. 8. Osvita I kultura. Dnipro: Art-Pres, 2020.

RohdeMartin. “UkrainianPopularScienceinHabsburgGalicia, 1900–1914.” East/WestJournalofUkrainianStudies 7, no. 2 (2020): 139–171. https://doi.org/10.21226/ewjus615

Rohde, MartinMobile Akademiker an der Universität Innsbruck und Nationalitätenfragen im späten 19./frühen 20. Jahrhundert.“ Geschichte und Region/Storia e regione 29, Heft 2 (2020): 189-196.

Schmid, Ulrich. “Contact Zone vs. Postcolonial Condition: On the Relevance of a Concept from Latin American Studies for Research on Ukraine.” In Cossacks in Jamaica, Ukraine at the Antipodes, edited by Alessandro Achilli, Serhy Yekelchyk, and Dmytro Yesypenko, 554-571. Brookline: Academic Studies Press, 2020. 

Schmid, Ulrich. “German and Jewish Conspiracies: The October Revolution from the Perspective of the Italian Fascists and the German National Socialists.” In The Russian Revolution as Ideal and Practice, edited by Schmid, Ulrich, Thomas Telios and Dieter Thomä, 129-141. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020.

Schmid, Ulrich. „Bismarck, eine Karriere.“ Neue Zürcher Zeitung NZZ, Januar 20, 2020: S. 8.

Schmid, Ulrich. „Buchrezension Anatolij F. Koni (1844–1927) zwischen Herrscher und Volk. Ein liberaler Jurist und seine autobiografische Praxis in Zarenreich und Sowjetunion, herausgegeben von Carla Cordin.“ Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Geschichte70, Nr. 2 (2020): 317-318.

Schmid, Ulrich. „Der Künstler und der Diktator.“ Max Joseph 2, (2020): 88-91. 

Schmid, Ulrich. „Die Ahnengalerie der Tyrannen.“ MAG 77, (2020): 14-18.

Schmid, Ulrich. „Die Universität braucht den Jungbrunnen leibhaftiger Begegnung.“ Neue Zürcher Zeitung NZZ, Juni 19, 2020: S. 8. 

Schmid, Ulrich. „Heidegger in Russland - Rezeptionslinien und Aktualisierungen.“ Osteuropa 1-2, (2020): 61-83.

Schmid, Ulrich. „In Russland ist eine Verfassung mehr als eine Verfassung.“ Neue Zürcher Zeitung NZZ, Mai 7, 2020: S. 29. 

Schmid, Ulrich. „Rilkes und Tolstojs nicht-christliche Kunstreligionen.“ In Kulturtransfer um 1900 - Rilke und Russland, herausgegeben von Lileev, Jurij, Dirk Kemper und Ulrich von Bülow, 185-204. München: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 2020.

Schmid, Ulrich. „Romantik und Politik Stanislaw Srokowski und das patriotische Narrativ der PiS.“ Osteuropa 3-4, (2020): 179-192.

Schmid, Ulrich. „Verfassungsidentität“ und „öffentliche Macht“ in Russland.“ Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung FAZ, July 3, 2020. https://www.faz.net/einspruch/verfassungsreform-es-geht-um-mehr-als-putins-machterhalt-16844887.html

Schmid, Ulrich. „Vorbild oder Schreckbild? Die Russische Revolution in der Wahrnehmung der italienischen Faschisten und der deutschen Nationalsozialisten.“ In Russische Revolutionen 1917. Kulturtransfer im europäischen Raum, herausgegeben von Korowin, Elena und Jurij Lileev, 87-102. Paderborn: Wilhelm Fink, 2020.

Schmid, Ulrich. „Žiznennaja askeza i stilističeskoe izobilie: „Lavr“ Evgenija Vodolazkina.“ In Izobilie i askeza v russkoj literature. Stolknovenija, perechody, sovpadenija, edited by Herlth, Jens and Christian Zehnder, 353-367. Moskva: Novoe literaturnoe obozrenie, 2020.  

Sereda, Viktoria. ““Social Distancing” and Hierarchies of Belonging: The Case of Displaced Population from Donbas and Crimea.” Europe-Asia Studies72, no. 3 (2020): 404-431. https://doi.org/10.1080/09668136.2020.1719043

Sereda, Viktoria. “In Search of Belonging: Rethinking the Other in the Historical Memory of Ukrainian IDPs.“ The Ideology and Politics Journal 2, no. 16 (2020): 83-106. https://doi.org/10.36169/2227-6068.2020.01.00014

Tátrai, Patrik, Ágnes Erőss and Katalin Kovály. ““A görögök magyar nyelvű ukránok.” Az etnikai identifikáció és kategorizáció változó mintázatai a kárpátaljai magyar szórványban.” Regio: Kisebbség Kultúra Politika Társadalom 28, no. 1 (2020): 106–137. http://doi.org/10.17355/rkkpt.v28i1.300

Tátrai, Patrik, J. Molnár, Katalin Kovály and Ágnes Erőss. “Summa 2017: a kárpátaljai magyarok demográfiai felmérése.” In Kárpátalja mozgásban: társadalmi változások és interetnikus viszonyok az Euromajdan után, edited by Ferenc, Viktória and Katalin Kovály, 21-51. Budapest: Bethlen Gábor Alapkezelő Zrt., 2020.

Thomä, Dieter, Thomas Telios und Ulrich Schmid, eds., The Russian Revolution as Ideal and Practice. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-14237-7

Vakulenko, Serhii and Kateryna Karunyk. “Tvorcha nesvoboda Yuriia Shevelova.” InYurii Shevelov. Doemigratsiineedited by Vakulenko Serhii and Kateryna Karunyk, 3-48. KharkivFolio, 2020.

Wanner, Catherine. “An Affective Atmosphere of Religiosity: Animated Places, Public Spaces and the Politics of Attachment in Ukraine and Beyond.” Comparative Studies in Society and History 62, no. 1 (January 2020): 68-105. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0010417519000410

Wanner, Catherine. “Review of Inochentism and Orthodox Christianity: Religious Dissent in the Russian and Romanian Borderlands, by Kapaló, James A.” Religion, State and Society 48, no. 2-3 (2020): 213-214. https://doi.org/10.1080/09637494.2020.1763044

ZazuliakIurii. “Svoboda selian i nevilnytstvo sluzhebnykiv na Halychyni XV st.” SOTSIUM Vip 15-16, (2020): 11-26.

Zhurzhenko, Tatiana. ““Pomnit Vena, ponmjat Al’py i Dunaj…”: avstrijskaja i (post)sovetskaja pamjat’ o Vtoroj mirovoj vojne v gorodskom prostranstve Veny.” In Pamjatnik i prazdnik: ėtnografija Dnja Pobedy, edited by Michail Gabovič, 310-345. Sankt-Peterburg: Nestor-Istorija.

ZhurzhenkoTatiana“In the shadow of victory. The memory of WWII in the Russian–Ukrainian conflict.” Eurozine, May 7, 2020. https://www.eurozine.com/in-the-shadow-of-victory/  

Zhurzhenko, Tatiana. “L’utilisation de la mémoire de la guerre dans le conflit russo-ukrainien.” Russie.Nei.Reports 31 (2020): 26-29. https://www.ifri.org/fr/publications/etudes-de-lifri/russieneireports/memoire-de-seconde-guerre-mondiale-russie-actuelle

Zhurzhenko, Tatiana. “Review of Regionalism without Regions: Reconceptualizing Ukraine’s Heterogeneity, edited by Schmid, Ulrich and Oksana Myshlovska.” Slavic Review 79, no. 3 (2020): 668-670. https://doi.org/10.1017/slr.2020.177