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The Image of “the Other” in Post-Socialist Societies

Ideology and Politics Journal ― Issue 2(16), 2020


Contents

Georgii Kasianov
& Mikhail Minakov

THE IMAGE OF ‘THE OTHER’ IN POST-SOCIALIST SOCIETIES. INTRODUCTION  PDF

4

THEMATIC ARTICLES

Theoretical issues

Sergiy Posokhov

THE ISSUES OF THEORY AND PRACTICE OF HISTORICAL IMAGOLOGY: THE UKRAINIAN DIMENSION**  PDF

7

Maxim Popov

SOCIOCULTURAL INTEGRATION POLICY IN MULTI-ETHNIC SOCIETIES: UNDERLYING CONCEPTS AND METHODOLOGICAL APPROACHES  PDF

30

Yevhen Bystrytsky

THE BIRTH OF AN ALIEN FROM COMMUNITY
IDENTITY**  PDF

42

Olga Kutsenko,
Ekaterina Bataeva
& Svitlana Babenko

DE-OTHERING POLITICS AND PRACTICES OF FORCED MIGRANTS IN MODERN SOCIETY  PDF

62

Case Studies

Viktoriya Sereda

IN THE SEARCH OF BELONGING: RETHINKING THE OTHER IN THE HISTORICAL MEMORY OF UKRAINIAN
IDPs**  PDF

83

Petra Colmorgen

THE FRIENDS SO FAR, THE FOES SO NEAR? AMBIGUITIES OF GEORGIA’S OTHERING   PDF

108

Karli-Jo T. Storm

WHITHER THE VƏTƏN? THE FRAMING OF HOMELAND IN OFFICIAL DISCOURSE VIS-À-VIS GEORGIA’S AZERI-TURK POPULATION   PDF

129

Georgiy Kasianov

UKRAINE–POLAND: QUEST FOR THE PAST   PDF

166

Dmitry Gorin

ANTINOMY “RUSSIA-WEST” AND IMAGE OF “THE OTHER” IN THE RUSSIAN HISTORICAL CULTURE*   PDF

195

Mikhail Minakov

OTHERING FROM WITHIN. THE IDEOLOGICAL FUNCTION OF UKRAINIAN INSTITUTE OF NATIONAL REMEMBRANCE IN 2015–2018   PDF

215

Maksym Gon
& Nataliia Ivchyk

INSTRUMENTALIZATION OF MEMORY: “THE OTHER” AS THE CHALLENGE (ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE CITY OF RIVNE)   PDF

229

Olga Kyslova,
Iryna Kuzina
& Iryna Dyrda

HATE SPEECH AGAINST THE ROMA MINORITY IN UKRAINIAN WEB SPACE **   PDF

252

Evgeniya Goryushina

IRRECONCILABLE NARRATIVES ABOUT “THE OTHER”: MEMORY RESEARCH OF THE ARMED CONFLICT IN CHECHNYA*   PDF

279

Svitlana Chunikhina

OUR OWN OTHERS: HOW THE OTHER IS PRODUCED AND MIS(USED) IN UKRAINE**   PDF

304

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Illia Afanasiev

RENAMING OF STREETS IN UKRAINIAN REGIONAL CENTRES DURING 2010–2019: OFFENSIVES AND COMPROMISES   PDF

321

Kostiantyn Fedorenko
& Andreas Umland

BETWEEN FRONT AND PARLIAMENT: LINKS AMONG UKRAINIAN POLITICAL PARTIES AND IRREGULAR ARMED GROUPS IN  2014–2019*  PDF

340

DISCUSSIONS AND BOOK REVIEWS

Alexander Chertenko

BOOK REVIEW: Marco Puleri (2020). Ukrainian, Russophone, (Other) Russian: Hybrid Identities and Narratives in Post-Soviet Culture and Politics. Berlin: Peter Lang  PDF

382

Marco Puleri

A RESPONSE TO THE REVIEW BY ALEXANDER CHERTENKO: SOME REFLECTIONS ON TODAY’S RUSSOPHONE STUDIES  PDF

392

Sherzod Eraliev

BOOK REVIEW: Olga R. Gulina (2019). Migration as a (Geo- Political Challenge in the Post-Soviet Space: Border Regimes, Policy Choices, Visa Agendas. Stuttgart:
Ibidem Verlag   PDF

396

* — full text article is in Russian

** — full text article is in Ukrainian

Full version of the issue in one file can be downloaded here.

Contested Names: (Re-)Naming and Place-Name Politics in Post-Socialist Countries ― Issue 1(15), 2020

Contents

Natalia Kudriavtseva & Mykola Homanyuk

CONTESTED NAMES IN THE TOPONYMIC LANDSCAPES
OF POST-SOVIET SPACE. Introduction PDF

4

Thematic articles

Mykola Homanyuk

VERNACULAR REGIONS AND STATE IDEOLOGIES:
THE TAVRIA CASE PDF

12

Alexander Golikov

(RE-)NAMING AND DECOMMUNIZATION IN UKRAINIAN: MACROPOLICIES, HISTORICAL MEMORY AND RISKS OF MEDIATIZATION (KHARKIV CASE) PDF

33

Natalia Kudriavtseva

RECONFIGURING IDENTITIES WITHIN THE CITYSCAPE: IDEOLOGIES OF DECOMMUNIZATION RENAMING IN UKRAINE PDF

63

Oleksiy Gnatiuk &
Anatoliy Melnychuk

SPATIAL-TEMPORAL ASPECTS OF TOPONYMY DECOMMUNIZATION IN THE CITY OF KYIV PDF

83

Lyudmyla Males &
Artemiy Deineka

THE DISCOURSE OF KYIV’S DECOMMUNIZATION IN
THE FRAME OF TOPONYMIC RENAMING PDF

115

Augusto Dala Costa

TOPONYMY AND THE ISSUES OF MEMORY AND IDENTITY ON THE POST-SOVIET TBILISI CITYSCAPE PDF

148

Yurii Kaparulin

JEWISH AGRARIAN SETTLEMENTS IN SOUTHERN UKRAINE: ORIGIN AND CHANGE OF TOPONYMS UNDER THE IMPACT OF STATE POLICY PDF

172

Irуna Pavlenko

DESOVETIZATION AND DECOMMUNIZATION OF
THE UKRAINIAN URBANIMICON (ON THE MATERIAL
OF ZAPORIZHZHIA PLACE NAMES) PDF

188

Full version of the issue in one file (#1 IPJ 2020)