Publications / Books by Fellows
A major intellectual activity at the IWM is writing books. These include not only books by internationally renowned scholars but also many a first monograph by junior visiting fellows.
Below, please see a selection of books written by our fellows.
If you are a former fellow and would like to include your book in this list, please contact: email@example.com with details.
|Title||Original Author||Author||Discipline||Publishing house||Year|
|Look Who’s Talking! Telling Europe’s Story in the EU Capital||Julia De Clerck-Sachsse||
||Dahrendorf Programme at the European Studies Centre, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, in cooperation with the ‘Europe’s Futures-Ideas for Action’ project at the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna||2022||Read more||
Authors: Julia De Clerck-Sachsse
Published: Dahrendorf Programme at the European Studies Centre, St Antony’s College, University of Oxford, in cooperation with the ‘Europe’s Futures-Ideas for Action’ project at the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna, 2022
|The Political Cult of the Dead in Ukraine. Traditions and Dimensions from the First World War till Today||Iryna Sklokina||
||Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht||2021||Read more||
Authors: Iryna Sklokina
Published: Vandenhoeck and Ruprecht, 2021
The Political Cult of the Dead in Ukraine. Traditions and Dimensions from the First World War till Today The Ukrainian Euromaidan in 2013–14 and the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian war in the Eastern part of the country have posed new questions to historians. The volume investigates the relevance of the cults of the fallen soldiers to Ukraine’s national history and state.
|The Religious Factor in Conflict. Research on the Peacebuilding Potential of Religious Communities in Ukraine||Tatiana Kalenychenko||
||PAX Netherlands||2021||Read more||
Authors: Tatiana Kalenychenko
Published: PAX Netherlands , 2021
The Religious Factor in Conflict. Research on the Peacebuilding Potential of Religious Communities in Ukraine The study has been carried out in the framework of the project “Faith in Religious Pluralism,” supported by the Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the OSCE and coordinated by PAX, the biggest peacebuilding organization in the Netherlands (Stichting Vredesbeweging PAX
|La cicala di Belgrado||Marina Lalovic||
||Bottega Errante Editioni||2021||Read more||
Authors: Marina Lalovic
Published: Bottega Errante Editioni, 2021
|Crime and Compensation in North Africa||Yazid Ben Hounet||
||Palgrave macmillan||2021||Read more|
|Światy wzniesiemy nowe||Urszula Jablonska||
Authors: Urszula Jablonska
Published: Zintegrowana, 2021
|Мовна політика в багатомовних країнах: Закордонний досвід та його придатність для України||Volodymyr Kulyk||
||Дух і літера||2021||Read more||
Authors: Volodymyr Kulyk
Published: Дух і літера, 2021
|Kultury historyczne Polski i Ukrainy. O źródłach nieporozumienia między sąsiadami||Volodymyr Sklokin||
||Wydawnictwo Naukowe SCHOLAR||2021||Read more||
Authors: Volodymyr Sklokin
Published: Wydawnictwo Naukowe SCHOLAR, 2021
|Making Ukraine Soviet: Literature and Cultural Politics in Soviet Ukraine under Lenin and Stalin||Olena Palko||
Authors: Olena Palko
Published: Bloomsbury, 2020
Making Ukraine Soviet: Literature and Cultural Politics in Soviet Ukraine under Lenin and Stalin While most studies of Soviet culture assume a model of diffusion, according to which Soviet republics imitated the artistic trends and innovations born in Moscow, Olena Palko adroitly challenges this centre-periphery perspective.
|Is it Tomorrow Yet? Paradoxes of the Pandemic||Ivan Krastev||
||Penguin Randomhouse||2020||Read more||
Authors: Ivan Krastev
Published: Penguin Randomhouse, 2020
Is it Tomorrow Yet? Paradoxes of the Pandemic Beneath the panic and bluster, beneath the confusing speeches and the conflicting advice, the Coronavirus pandemic acted, changing our world in the most profound ways. The tragic human cost and the economic devastation will be assessed and calculated for decades to come.