The Ukrainians: Unexpected Nation
Yale University Press, 2002 M01 1 - 380 páginas
This book is the most acute, informed, and insightful account of Ukraine and its people available today. Andrew Wilson focuses on the complex relations between Ukraine and Russia and explains the different versions of the past propagated by Ukrainians and Russians. He also examines the continuing debates over identity, culture, and religion in Ukraine since its independence in 1991. For this edition, Wilson has brought the text to include coverage of the Yushchenko government and the 'Gongadze affair'.
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LibraryThing ReviewCrítica de los usuarios - xuebi - LibraryThing
An interesting history of the Ukrainian people and nation, throughout all the turmoil and difficulties of not only the twentieth century but before that too. His scope (from antiquity to the present ... Leer comentario completo
THE UKRAINIANS: Unexpected NationCrítica de los usuarios - Kirkus
A tightly reined yet sweeping introductory examination of Ukrainian identity and history.Wilson (Ukrainian Studies/University Coll., London) starts way back, with the myths of Ukrainian antiquity, to ... Leer comentario completo