Kyselov Oleg

Kseniia Hurzhy

Kseniia Hurzhy, magister of Religious Studies. Born in Donetsk, Ukraine. Educational history: B.A. in State University of Informatics and Artificial Intelligence, Department of Philosophy and Religious Science, educational level – bachelor, Bachelor of Philosophy, Lecturer of Philosophy and Religious subjects. (September 2007 – June 2011)… Read More »Kseniia Hurzhy

Tetiana Kalenychenko

Kalenychenko Tetiana, Ph. D. in Religious Studies. Born in Kyiv, Ukraine. Received Bachelor degree in Sociology at National University “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy” (2008-2012) and Master degree in Religious Studies in National pedagogical Dragomanov university (2012-2014). From 2013 to 2017 she worked as a journalist in Religious-Informational… Read More »Tetiana Kalenychenko

Oleksandra Khalamendyk

Khalamendyk Oleksandra, M.A. in Religious Studies. She was born in Vinnytsia (Ukraine) on 31 of July 1989. She graduated National Pedagogical Dragomanov University, the Department of Philosophy and Social Sciences. She became the head of the educational and scientific laboratory Linguistics, Onomastics and Cultural Studies… Read More »Oleksandra Khalamendyk

Iryna Fenno

Fenno Iryna, Ph.D. in Religious Studies. Born in Ternopyl, Ukraine. During 2002–2007 she received B.A. and M.A. in Religious Studies at Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.  Since 2009 she has been working at the Department of Religious Studies (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv).… Read More »Iryna Fenno

Ulyana Sevastianiv

Sevastianiv Ulyana, Ph.D. in Religious Studies. She was born in Dobrovody village of Zbarazh district, Ternopil region (Ukraine). She received her M.A. in Cultural Studies at the Ivan Franko Lviv National University in 2008–2013. She has been working at the Department of Philosophy and Pedagogics… Read More »Ulyana Sevastianiv

Religion, Nation, and Secularization

Book Review

Martin Schulze Wessel and Frank E. Sysyn, editors. Religion, Nation, and Secularization in Ukraine. Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 2015. The book under review consists of nine essays that deal with religious issues within the Ukrainian historical context. The title of the book reflects the… Read More »Book Review