Stalin's empire of memory : Russian-Ukrainian relations in the Soviet historical imagination / Serhy Yekelchyk.

Based on declassified materials from eight Ukrainian and Russian archives, Stalin's Empire of Memory, offers a complex and vivid analysis of the politics of memory under Stalinism. Using the Ukrainian republic as a case study, Serhy Yekelchyk elucidates the intricate interaction between the Kre...

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Online Access: Full Text (via ProQuest)
Main Author: Yekelchyk, Serhy (Author)
Format: eBook
Published: Toronto, Ont. : University of Toronto Press, ©2004.
Table of Contents:
  • Empire and Its Nations
  • Communities of Memory
  • Stalin's Ukrainians
  • Soviet National Patriots
  • Between Class and Nation
  • Remembering the Nation
  • The Great Ukrainian People
  • The Unbreakable Union
  • The Unifying Past
  • Ranking Friends and Brothers
  • Ukraine Reunited
  • Reinventing Ideological Orthodoxy
  • Confusing Signals from Above
  • The Ukrainian Zhdanovshchina
  • Fashioning an Acceptable Past
  • The Unfinished Crusade of 1947
  • The Enforced Dialogue
  • The Attack on Historians
  • The Campaign's Nationalist Echoes
  • Writing A 'Stalinist History of Ukraine'
  • The Quest for a New Memory
  • Defining the Ancient Past
  • Remembering the Empire
  • Narrating the Nation
  • Defining the National Heritage
  • The Ukrainian Classics
  • In the House of History
  • Sites of Remembrance
  • Empire and Nation in the Artistic Imagination
  • Writers' Licence
  • Filmmakers and Artists Imagine the Past
  • History at the Opera
  • The Last Stalinist Festival
  • After Stalin.