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- Short-listed for American Association of Ukrainian Studies Book Award 2005; Short-listed for Wallace A. Fergusson Prize - Canadian Historical Association 2005 (Canada)
- University of Toronto Press
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Unmaking Imperial Russia
Mykhailo Hrushevsky and the Writing of Ukrainian History
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'Serhii Plokhy is to be congratulated on producing a magisterial survey of Ukraine's "national historian" ... this is a book which matches up to the shape of Hrushevsky's work--a big and bold achievemnt.' -- Andrew Wilson Slavonic and East European Review 'The particular strength of Plokhy's ... superbly structured, beautifully written, impeccably annotated and intellectually exciting book ... lies in the analysis of [Hrushevsky's ]historical writings. [O]nly an author to whom nineteenth- and twentieth-century Ukrainian historians such as Mykola Kostomarov, Volodymyr Antonovych, Dmytro Bahalii and Matvii Iavorsky are everyday companions is in a position to convey the nature and extent of Hrushevsky's achievement; and few such authors are to be found.' -- David Saunders The English Historical Review 'Plokhy leaves no stone unturned in this most detailed intellectual biography of Hrushevsky. A major contribution to the field of Ukrainian history, this book will become a standard work on this subject.' -- Serhy Yekelchyk The American Historical Review 'Plokhy's account of Hrushevsky's role in nationalizing the past of a part of Eastern Europe into "Ukrainian history," thereby "unmaking imperial Russia," is truly, as advertised, a fine piece of scholarship. A nuanced, complex analysis that cannot be summarized in a short review...' -- Stephen Velychenko Russian Review
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Serhii Plokhy is the Mykhailo Hrushevsky Professor of Ukrainian History at Harvard University.