Tentorium Honorum

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Also available as a special issue of the Journal of Ukrainian Studies, Vols. 33-34Tentorium honorum is a collection of thirty-three essays written by North American and European colleagues and former students in honor of Frank E. Sysyn, the distinguished specialist in Ukrainian, Polish, and East European history and a major figure in the development of Ukrainian historical studies in the United States, Canada, Ukraine, and Germany for more than three decades. The essays, which range from medieval to contemporary East European and Ukrainian history, reflect the breadth and impact of his scholarship. Tentorium honorum includes a biographical essay about Professor Sysyn and a select bibliography of his works. The title was adopted from a seventeenth-century panegyric to Adam Kysil, the Ukrainian leader and Polish statesman who was the subject of Professor Sysyn’s groundbreaking monograph on early-modern Ukraine and Poland-Lithuania.

Essays include:

  • Zenon E. Kohut, with Olga Andriewsky. Shaping Ukrainian Studies: A Portrait of Frank E. Sysyn
  • Olga Andriewsky. Reading the History of Ukraine-Rus’: A Note on the Popular Reception of Ukrainian History in Late Imperial Russian and Revolutionary Ukraine
  • Paul Bushkovitch. Fatherland in Russian Culture (Fifteenth.Seventeenth Centuries)
  • Teresa Chynczewska-Hennel. Venetian Plans with Regard to Poland and Ukraine in the Mid-Seventeenth Century: Girolamo Cavazza and Alberto Vimina
  • Yaroslav Fedoruk. An Unrealized Project of Irish Colonization in Ukraine (1655)
  • David Frick. “Ruski czlowiek”: Muscovites and Ruthenian Identity in Occupied Wilno, 1655-1661
  • Mark von Hagen. A Socialist Army Officer Confronts War and Nationalist Politics: Konstantin Oberuchev in Revolutionary Kyiv
  • Leonid Heretz. The Formation of Modern National Identity and Interethnic Relations in the Galician Ukrainian Highlands: Some Findings of a Local/Oral History Project
  • John-Paul Himka. The Last Judgment Icon of Mshanets
  • Yaroslav Hrytsak. How Sissi Became a Ruthenian Queen: On Some Peculiarities of the Peasant Worldview
  • Yaroslav Isaievych. City Anniversaries: Lviv, Kyiv, and Lviv Again
  • Andreas Kappeler. Hans Koch: The Turbulent Life of an Austrian Ukrainophile
  • Nancy Shields Kollmann. The Deceitful Gaze: Ukraine through the Eyes of Foreign Travelers
  • Serhii Plokhy. Between Poland and Russia: Mykhailo Hrushevsky’s Dilemma, 1905-1907
  • Roman Szporluk. Mapping Ukraine: From Identity Space to Decision Space
  • Larry Wolff. The Encyclopedia of Galicia: Provincial Synthesis in the Age of Galician Autonomy
  • Natalia Yakovenko. A “Portrait: and “Self-Portrait” of the Borderlands: The Cultural and Geographic Image of “Ukraine” in the Sixteenth and Early Seventeenth Centuries
  • and others…

Also available (with additional book reviews) as a special issue of the Journal of Ukrainian Studies, Vols. 33–34, 2008–2009.

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Weight 1 kg
Dimensions 22 × 15 × 4 cm
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Format

Hardcover, Paperback

Language

English

Year Published

2011

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