Contextualizing the Holodomor: The Impact of Thirty Years of Ukrainian Famine Studies
It was in the 1980s that the Famine of 1932–33 in Ukraine became the subject of serious academic study with the publication of Robert Conquest’s ground-breaking The Harvest of Sorrow. In 2013, on the 80th anniversary of the Holodomor, HREC partnered with several institutions to organize a conference examining what 30 years of scholarly work on the Famine has added to our understanding of Ukrainian history, Soviet history, communism, and genocide studies. This volume contains articles presented at a conference by the same name organized by HREC.
Andrij Makuch and Frank Sysyn. Contextualizing the Holodomor:The Impact of Thirty Years of Ukrainian Famine Studies. Toronto: CIUS Press, 2015.
- Frank Sysyn, “Thirty Years of Research on the Holodomor: A Balance Sheet.”
- Olga Andriewsky, “Towards a Decentred History: The Study of the Holodomor and Ukrainian Historiography.”
- Andrea Graziosi, “The Impact of Holodomor Studies on the Understanding of the USSR.”
- Françoise Thom, “Reflections on Stalin and the Holodomor.”
- Stanislav Kul’chyts’kyi, “The Holodomor of 1932–33: How and Why?”
- Norman M. Naimark, “How the Holodomor Can Be Integrated into our Understanding of Genocide.”