Past Issues

Canadian Slavonic Papers

Volume 61 • No. 4 (2019)

Guest Editor’s Introduction

Postcoloniality and neo-Gothic fictions in the post-Soviet space

Maryna Romanets


Sofiia Andrukhovych’s Felix Austria: the postcolonial neo-Gothic and Ukraine’s search for itself

Vitaly Chernetsky

Andrii Liubka’s Carbide: Ukrainian democratic reforms through a dark glass

Svitlana (Lana) Krys

Institutional Gothic in the novels of Vladimir Sharov and Evgenii Vodolazkin

Muireann Maguire

Review Article

People’s war, state’s memory?

Serhy Yekelchyk

Book Reviews

Between the lands. From Poland to Russia via Belarus and Ukraine: a journey through cinema, history, literature, memory and music. Papers from the Symposium to mark the 75th birthday of Prof. Arnold McMillin, School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London, 23–25 June 2016, edited by Jim Dingley

Mayhill Fowler

Russian homophobia from Stalin to Sochi by Dan Healey

Andrea Chandler

Laboratory of socialist development: Cold War politics and decolonization in Soviet Tajikistan by Artemy M. Kalinovsky

Marek Eby

The Famine of 1932–1933 in Ukraine: an anatomy of the Holodomor by Stanislav Kulchytsky/translated by Ali Kinsella/preface by Bohdan Klid

Amber N. Nickell

Czech refugees in Cold War Canada by Jan Raska

Sean Havel

The Balkans as Europe 1821–1914 edited by Timothy Snyder and Katherine Younger

Rade Zinaić

Nomads and Soviet rule: Central Asia under Lenin and Stalin by Alun Thomas

Sarah Cameron

The CSCE and the end of the Cold War: diplomacy, societies and human rights 1972–1990 by Nicolas Badalassi and Sarah B. Snyder

Demyan Plakhov

Devastation and laughter: satire, power, and culture in the early Soviet state, 1920s–1930s by Annie Gérin

Tomi Haxhi


(A Roundtable on Lynne Viola’s Stalinist Perpetrators on Trial: Scenes from the Great Terror in Soviet Ukraine. Volume 61, Number 2, pages 225–243.)