“Region, Nation and Beyond”

Between 2012 and 2015, more than two dozen scholars from different disciplinary fields and continents conducted scholarly work to further advance the study of regionalism in Ukraine by applying new methodological and theoretical lenses. The project “Region, Nation and Beyond: A Transcultural and Interdisciplinary Reconceptualization of Ukraine” was hosted by the University of St. Gallen and co-funded by Swiss and German science foundations. It resulted in multiple publications, including the volume “Regionalism without Regions: Reconceptualizing Ukraine’s Heterogeneity”, summarizing the core findings of the project, by the Central European University Press in August 2019.

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The Sovnarkhoz Reform in Ukraine: Evolution of the Economic Administrative System (1957-1965)

Kibita, Nataliya // n.kibita@lse.ac.uk // Université de Genève, histoire

Die Ukraine schreiben. Ethnografische ‚Einstellungen‘ in ukrainisch- und russischsprachiger Prosa (1991-2011)

Hofmann, Tatjana // Tatjana.hofmann@uzh.ch // Universität Zürich, Literaturwissenschaft

Corporate Governance in the Ukrainian Banking Sector

Tserkovnyuk, Anastasia // Universität St. Gallen, Politikwissenschaft

Derussification or Ukranisation? Ukraine as a Battlefield of Language Policies, 1991-2004

Myshlovska, Oksana // Oksana.myshlovska@graduateinstitute.ch // Global Studies Institute, Geneva

Mothers like no other. Social exclusion, marginality and child institutionalization in Transcarpatia (Ukraine) // Enfants placés en Ukraine: de l’exclusion sociale à l’abandon d’enfant. Récits des mères

Mykytyn-Gazziero, Olha // olha.gazziero@graduateinstitute.ch // Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva

Intercultural Aspects of Trust in Ukraine. A Focus on Change Management

Pokriefke, Viola // Universität St. Gallen // School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Politikwissenschaft

The Impact of European Party Federations on Party Development in the Non-EU Member States

Shagina, Maria // Mariia.shagina@stud.unilu.ch // Universität Luzern, Politikwissenschaft

„Leopolis triplex“ face à la mondialisation: la consommation et ses représentations publicitaires au quotidien chez les Ukrainiens, les Juifs et les Polonais pendant l’entre-deux-guerres

Kunovska Mondoux, Oleksandra // Oleksandra.kunovskamondoux@unifr.ch // Université de Fribourg, histoire

Transnationale Debatten über das Minderheitenschutzsystem des Völkerbundes und die polnische Minderheitenpolitik, 1919-1934. Themenbereich u.a.: Die internationale Kampagne für Ukrainer in Polen, 1930–1931

Dyroff, Stefan // Stefan.dyroff@hist.unibe.ch // Universität Bern, Geschichtswissenschaft

Kultur im Geschäftsleben: Schweizer Geschäftsleute in der Ukraine

Momot, Natalya // natalya.momot@unibas.ch // Universität Basel, Kulturwissenschaft