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Support Us

With your support, this special publication of the Ukrainian Institute London can grow into a journal that will cover literature, art, politics, and history of Ukraine, and bring the country closer to the readers in the English-speaking world.

By becoming a donor of the London Ukrainian Review, you will help us reach global audiences and fight myths and clichés about Ukraine and eastern Europe with high-quality, engaging and accessible content.

We are grateful to the following individuals and organisations who have pledged their support for turning the London Ukrainian Review into a regular publication.

 

Bohdan Solchanyk Travel Grant

Vasyl Myroshnychenko

Dennis Ougrin and Oksana Litynska

Artem Shevalev

Stanislav Suprunenko

 


Image: Odesa Sea Port. Photo by Yevhenii Chasovenko


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Ukraine: 30 Years Young

On the anniversary of the momentous referendum on the Act of Declaration of Independence of Ukraine, this special publication of the Ukrainian Institute London takes stock of what makes Ukraine – thirty years young and feisty – a treasure trove of untold stories.

Sasha Dovzhyk
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Ukraine as an Object of Knowledge: The State of Ukrainian Studies

The Ukrainian Studies programme at the University of Cambridge will enable students to study Ukrainian language, culture, and history at the highest level for as long as the University exists. One of the key people responsible for this achievement is Rory Finnin, the Founding Director of Cambridge Ukrainian Studies, whose career became linked to Ukraine in what he describes as a ‘wonderful twist of fate’. Editor of the London Ukrainian Review Sasha Dovzhyk talks with him about the challenges of advancing Ukraine as a field of study on the international level and the lessons that Ukraine can teach the world.

Sasha Dovzhyk