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Religion and Nationality in Western Ukraine: The Greek Catholic Church and the Ruthenian National Movement in Galicia, 1867-1900 (Mcgill-Queen's Studies in the History of Religion) Hardcover – February, 1999


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"By thus seeking to reconstruct and detail the immensely complex and constantly changing situation in Galicia Himka attempts to provide an insight into the realities of the construction of a national identity. At the same time he demonstrates clearly the impossibility of disentangling religious and political developments in this context." Richard Greenfield, Department of History, Queen's University. "Religion and Nationality in Western Ukraine is engaging, entertaining, and not without humour. [John-Paul Himka's] style is suitable for the educated non-specialist and non-scholarly reader. He tells a good story." Andrew Sorokowski, St. Basil's College.

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I am a specialist in Ukrainian history working at the University of Alberta. Having been at it for quite a few decades, I've written about different topics. Three of my books were about Galicia under the Habsburgs in the late nineteenth century. My favorite book came out in 2009: Last Judgment Iconography in the Carpathians. It took me ten years to write, and it's pretty original. Lots of religion and religious lore run through my writings. But now I am working on a book on the Ukrainian nationalists and the Holocaust. It gets me into hot water with my community but someone has to say these things. Many of my articles can be found on the net.

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