Victor A. Vojnalovych, Natalia I. Kochan. Religion, Politics and Ethnicity in Halychyna: from the Soviet Post-World War II Time to Present.
Victor A. Vojnalovych, Natalia I. Kochan. Religion, Politics and Ethnicity in Halychyna: from the Soviet Post-World War II Time to Present. Kyiv: Kuras Institute of Political and Ethnic Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 2018. – 408 p.
Войналович В.А., Кочан Н.І. Релігійний чинник етнополітичних процесів у Галичині: повоєнна радянська доба і сучасність. Київ: ІПіЕНД ім. І.Ф. Кураса НАН України, 2018. – 408 с.
The book presents scholarly account of interaction between religion, ethnicity and politics in Ukrainian Halychyna region from Post-World War II Soviet time to present days in independent Ukraine, period that reveals variety of quite different patterns of interaction between religion and politics, religion and ethnicity.
Chapter I. Religion and ethnicity: transformations during Stalin’s policy of religious “liberalization”
Chapter II. Krushchov’s anti-religious campaign: impact of Halychyna
Chapter III. “Halycian project” of religious renaissance
Chapter IV. Religion and its correlation with ethnicity and politics in contemporary Halychyna
- Regional specifics: common and different
- Religious and ethnic minority groups
- Major players on the fields of intertwined religion, politics and ethnicity: Greek-Catholics, Orthodox, Roman-Catholics