Kowalsky Eastern Ukrainian Institute (Kharkiv, Ukraine) invites you to
take part in the publishing project “Neo-Anti-Colonialism vs.
of Postcolonialism in Post-Soviet Space”, devoted to the discussion of
anti-colonial, postcolonial, colonial, and imperial discourses in
Eastern and Central Europe, and Eurasia.
outcome of the project will be a publication of a special issue of the
interdisciplinary scholarly journal “East/West” by the end of 2012. The
editorial board is seeking contributions related to the following
“communication vessels”: relationships between (former) metropolis and (former) colonies;
compensatory policy: a “privilege” of being traumatized and a tendency towards compensation;
problem of responsibility in postcolonial societies: elites, provincialism, xenophobia;
actualization of “protective nationalism” as a response to the external aggression and the new wave of colonization;
challenges of the cultural policy development (language, publishing, education, re-writing schoolbooks, mass media etc.);
of generation gap: generations born in the USSR versus those born in
the post-Soviet states (Ukraine, Russian Federation, Belarus etc.);
postcolonial interpretation of relevant historical events, literary texts, movies, museum exhibitions etc. is also accepted.
the selection of materials, the preference will be given to the texts
related to the regions of Eastern and Central Europe, and Eurasia.
will accept scholarly articles, essays, and reviews of no more than
40,000 characters written in Ukrainian, Russian, Polish, English or
German together with a brief summary (abstract).
The materials are to be sent to:
Associate Editor: Dr. Gelinada Grinchenko: firstname.lastname@example.org
Invited Editor: Dr. Tetyana Dzyadevych: email@example.com
“East – West” Journal,
The Kowalsky Eastern Ukrainian Institute,
V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, 6 Svobody Square,
aud. 486, Kharkiv, 61077 Ukraine.
Phone number: +38 057 705 26 30
would ask you to inform us of your intention to take part in the
project, and to briefly describe the theme of your contribution by
January 10, 2012.
The final date for submitting materials to the editorial board is July 1, 2012.