About The Book
This collection of scholarly essays on relations between Poland and Ukraine is still timely and relevent. The chapters of the book explore historical legacy, cultural relations, economic ties and communications, World War II and its aftermath, as well as political issues between the two nations.
Contributors include Ivan L. Rudnytsky, Andrzej Kamins'ki, Frank E. Sysyn, Orest Subtelny, Jozef Lobodowski, George G. Grabowicz, Vasyl Markus, Volodymyr N. Bandera, Geroges Mond, Borys Lewytzkyj, Roman Szporluk, John Basarab, Yevhen Shtendera, Hugh Seton-Watson, Jaroslaw Pelenski, and Adam Bromke.
This is one of the volumes on Ukraine and its neighbours published by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press. Other volumes deal with Jewish-Ukrainian (Ukrainian-Jewish Relations in Historical Perspective), German-Ukrainian (German-Ukrainian Relations in Historical Perspective), and Russian-Ukrainian (Ukraine and Russia in their Historical Encounter and Culture, Nation and Identity: The Ukrainian-Russian Encounter [1600–1945]) relations.
About The Author
Peter J. Potichnyj completed his higher education with a B.A. from Temple University and an M.A. and a Ph.D. from Columbia University. He taught political science at Uppsala College, Sir Wilfred Laurier University, the Ukrainian Free University, and McMaster University, where he is professor emeritus. He served as dean of law and social science …
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