Identity Clashes: Russian and Ukrainian Debates on Culture, History, and Politics

08 Nov 2018

(Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society) This issue's special section explores the discursive gaps, tensions, and ruptures between Ukrainian and Russian narratives of national identity. It gives the floor to Russian and Ukrainian authors with a view to enabling analytical comparisons between the dominant narratives in the two countries, including their cultural, historical, and political dimensions. This juxtaposition of Russian and Ukrainian insights is aimed at deepening our understanding of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.

Guest Editors: Andrey Makarychev and Nina Rozhanovskaya

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See in this issue:

Andrey Makarychev and Alexandra Yatsyk: "The Night Wolves’ Anti-Maidan and Cultural Representations of Russian Imperial Nationalism"