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The point of this review of literature on borderlands, regions, and cities is to highlight how central the fact of Ukraine as a multinational and multiregional idea has been to the history of Ukraine. ” and “Poland for Poles,” all the while laying claim to the same set of territories and populations. But for many centuries institutions in Ukraine have had to carve out a space of cultural distinctiveness in a broader, not always friendly, environment. Today one of the none too numerous positive signs to appear since the end of the Soviet empire has been the acknowledgment of a common history of imperial subjugation that includes Poles, Jews, Ukrainians, and others (even Russians).
After earning a reputation as a moderately competent historian of Russia—more specifically, the early Soviet period—I came to feel that my background and training had left me unprepared to understand the Soviet Union as a multinational state—this several years before the end of the USSR. My first venture was in Turkic studies, but after two years of studying modern Turkish, I realized that I needed not just a few years but probably another lifetime to master the languages of the Turkic peoples of the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union.
Instead, much like individual biographies, those countries’ already complex histories take on new layers of complexity as they are interwoven with and interposed into the equally complex histories of a second (or, in some cases, third) country. To come back to our country of interest, Ukraine, it is important to recognize that it does have a distinctive set of pasts, and that even when Ukrainian state sovereignty has been ruptured by outside powers, the ways in which Ukrainian lands, institutions and populations interacted with the new authorities were also part of that distinctiveness.
A laboratory of transpersonal history. Ukraine and recent ukrainian historiography. by Edited by G. Kasianov and P. Ther