Table of contents for A laboratory of transnational history : Ukraine and recent Ukrainian historiography / edited by Georgiy Kasianov and Philipp Ther.

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Introduction: Georgiy Kasianov, Philipp Ther
I. National vs. Transnational History
Georgiy Kasianov 
¿Nationalized¿ History: Past Continuous, Present Perfect, Future¿
Mark von Hagen 
Revisiting the Histories of Ukraine
Andreas Kappeler 
From an Ethno-national to a Multiethnic to a Transnational Ukrainian History
Philipp Ther
The Transnational Paradigm of Historiography and Its Potential for Ukrainian History
II. Ukrainian History Rewritten
Natalia Yakovenko
Choice of Name versus Choice of Path (The Names of Ukrainian Territory from the Late Sixteenth to the Late Seventeenth Century)
Oleksiy Tolochko 
Fellows and Travelers: Thinking about Ukrainian History in the Early Nineteenth Century
Alexei Miller and Oksana Ostapchuk
The Latin and Cyrillic Alphabets in Ukrainian National Discourse and in the Language Policy of Empires
John-Paul Himka
Victim Cinema: Between Hitler and Stalin: Ukraine in World War II¿The Untold Story
Yaroslav Hrytsak
On the Relevance and Irrelevance of Nationalism in contemporary Ukraine 
Roman Szporluk
Making of Modern Ukraine: The Western Dimension

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Ukraine -- Historiography.
Ukraine -- History -- Errors, inventions, etc.