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Title: Battles for Bandera: Dissonant Historical Narratives of Ukrainians in Poland and Problems of Integration
Authors: Golovashina, O. V.
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Уральский федеральный университет
Ural Federal University
Citation: Golovashina O. V. Battles for Bandera: Dissonant Historical Narratives of Ukrainians in Poland and Problems of Integration / O. V. Golovashina // Changing Societies & Personalities. — 2021. — Vol. 5. Iss. 3. — P. 355–371. — DOI: 10.15826/csp.2021.5.3.139.
Abstract: The increasing flux of Ukrainian migrants into Poland increases the urgency of correlating Polish and Ukrainian historical narratives. Here, a key problem concerns the new pantheon of Ukrainian national heroes, some of whom are viewed quite negatively by many Poles. In this article, problems of competing historical narratives, as well as correlations between historical conceptions and models of migrant integration, are examined with the reference to field research carried out with Ukrainian migrants living in Poland. Here, the main sources comprised interviews with migrants, monitoring of formal and informal cultural activities organized for migrants, as well as data obtained via social networks, thematic forums and the expatriate press. It was found that the main factors determining strategies for facilitating interaction between historical narratives comprise the degree of inclusion of migrants living in different communities of the host country, as well as the level of cohesion among the migrant communities themselves.
Keywords: CULTURAL HISTORY
HISTORICAL NARRATIVE
SOCIAL MEMORY
POLAND
UKRAINE
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/105516
RSCI ID: https://www.elibrary.ru/item.asp?id=47197125
ISSN: 2587-8964
2587-6104
DOI: 10.15826/csp.2021.5.3.139
Origin: Changing Societies & Personalities. 2021. Vol. 5. Iss. 3
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