The Ukrainian Independent Cultural Journal ”Ї“ — № 63/2010 Cover Image

Український незалежний культурологічний журнал «Ї» — № 63/2010
The Ukrainian Independent Cultural Journal ”Ї“ — № 63/2010

Author(s): Petro Gutsal, Lubomira Boitsun, Mykola Lasarowitsch, Ivan Bobersky, Bogdan Ostapjuk, Philipp Gaida, Taras Wozniak
Subject(s): Historical Geography, Local History / Microhistory
Published by: CEEOL Collections / Digital Reproductions
Keywords: Ternopil;
Summary/Abstract: In order to make the thorough mendacity of Putin's rhetoric about "Ukraine as a State of Neo-Nazis" fully evident, CEEOL is offering the Ukrainian Jewish journal ”Ї“ as the strongest possible proof of a habit of "modern Ukrainian and world intellectual thought". The NGO "Ї", an independent cultural organization founded in the late 1980's in L'viv, focuses on modern Ukrainian and world intellectual thought. It offers periodic forums for discussion of issues concerning Ukraine and, among others, Europe, Russia, post-Byzantium, the Muslim Renaissance. It analyzes the current situation in order to develop future socio-political strategies. The organization also publishes "Ї", a quarterly journal dealing with European and Ukrainian issues in politics, philosophy, and culture. It also examines the relationship of Ukrainians with Russians, Poles, Austrians, and Jews and places Ukraine in a modern geopolitical sphere that can further Ukraine's identity as a modern state.

  • Page Count: 258
  • Publication Year: 2010
  • Language: Ukrainian