Krytyka is a leading Kyiv-based journal of critical reviews, essays and discussion, edited by George G. Grabowicz, Chyzhevs'kyj Professor of Ukrainian Literature at Harvard University. With a mission similar to that of such western leaders in this genre as The New York Review of Books and The Times Literary Supplement, Krytyka examines critically a broad range of topics-politics, culture and the arts, economics, to name a few. It provides a new intellectual, non-partisan, pluralistic discourse for Ukraine and for readers of Ukrainian around the world. Published monthly, Krytyka's recent authors have included George Soros, George G. Grabowicz, Roman Szporluk, Norman Davies, Volodymyr Dibrova, Natalia Bilocerkivec, Mykola Riabchuk, John-Paul Himka, Serhij Trymbach, and many other leading Ukrainian, Russian, and Western intellectuals. HURI Publications is pleased to distribute Krytyka in the U.S. and Canada.

"Well-written, well-edited, intelligent, AND readable, Krytyka is a blast of fresh air."

--Alexander J. Motyl, Associate Director, The Harriman Institute, Columbia University

"It is high time that there appear in Ukrainian a publication that provides a non-politicized, intellectual exchange of ideas. Perhaps the only thing that we have had in this genre was Arka of the MUR period. Like all who cherish the development of Ukrainian culture I am very pleased by the appearance of Krytyka and I wish it a long and intellectually stimulating existence."

-Danylo H. Struk, Professor, University of Toronto

June 1998 Issue:
Olya Hnatyuk (Poland), "Politychna istoriia perekladu"; John-Paul Himka (Canada), "Natsionalizm bez Boha"; Kostyantyn Moskalets (Ukraine), "Zapytannya bez vidpovidi?"; Aleksandr Kyosev (Bulgaria), "Samopidkoriuvani kul'tury"; Vasyl Kostyuk (Ukraine), "Sertse na tatsi"; Vadym Dyvnych (Ukraine), "Niby dlia ditei, ale hirshe"; Maksym Strikha (Ukraine), "Portret pokolinnia na tli vtrachenykh stin"; Yevheniya Kononenko (Ukraine), "Tvorcha kryza."

Editor-in-Chief, George Grabowicz; Managing Editor, Mykola Riabchuk; Editorial Board: Solomea Pavlychko, Oleksandr Savchenko, Vadym Skurativskyi; Oleksii Tolotchko; Yuri Shapoval; Ihor Shevchenko.

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