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Ep. 11 - Sources and Such

Updated: Mar 22


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A Walk Through Kyiv Parks:


Museums Mentioned:

* Water Museum (Mykhaila Hrushevskoho St, 1В, Kyiv)

* Mariinsky Palace (5A, Mykhaila Hrushevskoho St, Kyiv)


Sources:


* Christine Chraibi, "Luigi & Mokryna: an Italian-Ukrainian love story spanning the 20th century" on EuroMaidan Press (2019)

* Y. Kononenko, "Soul of Ukraine's Song (Marusia Churai, Lesia Ukrainka, Lina Kostenko" in Heroii ta Snamenytosti v Ukrainskyj Kulturi (1999).

* Oleksandr Kryvoshyj, Women in Public Ukrainian Life During the Cossack Era (1998)

* Elvira Zahurska, "Legends about Marusia Churai" in Den (2006)

* Oleksandra Wallo, Ukrainian Women Writers and the National Imaginary: From the Collapse of the USSR to the Euromaidan (2019)

* D.H. Struk, "The How, the What and the Why of 'Marusia Churai': A Historical Novel in Verse by Lina Kostenko" in Canadian Slavonic Papers (1990).

* Leonid Kaufman, Divchyna z Legendy. Marusia Churai (1974)

* Maryna Romanets, "His Stories Becoming Histories: Lina Kostenko's Poetic Martyr-Drama" in Canadian Slavonic Papers (2003)

* "Women" in Encylopedia of Ukraine (Online)

* Natalia Sviatokum, "Zhinky Kozachchyny. Marusi, Roksolany, Berehyni" in UaModerna (2017)

* Paul Robert Magosci, A History of Ukraine: The Land and Its Peoples (2010)

* Martha Bohachevsky-Chomiak, Feminists Despite Themselves: Women in Ukrainian Community Life (1988)

* V.M. Pischanska, "Women in the Culture of Ukrainian Cossacks" in Kulturna Ukraina (2014)

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