MODERN INTERPRETATIONS OF THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF THE UKRAINIAN REVOLUTION OF 1917–1921

Victor Volodymirovich GOTSULYAK

Abstract


Introduction. Ukrainian revolution 19171921 is the most important, complex and dramatic period in Ukrainian history. This era, as the peak of the national liberation of the Ukrainian people devoted to a huge number of modern scientific production, which has been subjected to historiographical analysis. However, relevant, in our opinion, is the review of modern studies devoted to this revolutionary era in the context of the beginning of the history of historiographical thought.

Purpose of paper is to make an overview of current research devoted to this revolutionary era in the context of the beginning of the history of historiographical thought.

Results. The 100-year anniversary of the revolutionary competition of the Ukrainian people has generated increased interest among the scientific community. Evidence of this was the holding of a number of scientific forums and, in particular, on March 34, 2017 scientific-practical conference «a Revolutionary upheaval of the early twentieth century. in Europe: geo-political, socio-cultural and anthropological Variety» (on the occasion of 100-th anniversary of Ukrainian revolution of 19171921) (Cherkassy, 2017). Almost 150 participants have submitted their reports and presentations. Working sections «Revolution of the early twentieth century. In the history of Europe as a socio-cultural phenomenon. Revolution in historical memory»; «European history of the early twentieth century as an object of scientific research. The impact of European revolutions on the transformation of geopolitical space»; «the European national cultural and political projects in the context of the revolutionary changes of the early twentieth century»; «the Peasant European history in terms of social and political upheavals of the early twentieth century. Urban history of Europe in the early twentieth century». At the plenary session of great interest among other aroused in the audience reports of professors G. Pie «Ukrainian revolution 19171921. in centennial retrospect: lessons for modernity», A. Owl «Metamorfosi the concept of «revolution in the context of political and socio-cultural transformations at the turn of XXXXI centuries», A. Lubowich «Concept of nation-building Ukrainian political parties of the revolutionary era of 19171921».

Conclusion. The Ukrainian revolution of 19171921 is the dominant interest in creative researchers, particularly the academic variety ( individual or collective monographs, protected candidate and doctoral theses, brochures, biostorage publications, journal articles, academic literature, etc.). The published works of scientists, representatives of the new intellectual wave concentrated in Kyiv, Lviv, Kharkiv, Dnipro, Zaporizhia other University cities, in aggregate, of the statement of national consciousness and statehood. Their methodological guidance has stimulated the formation paradigm, which not only promoted the expansion of the subject field of the history and historiography of the Ukrainian revolution of 19171921, but the creation of a synthesis of research practices and the diversity of their numerical interpretations associated with the ideological, methodological, factual, socio-cultural, psychological and monolinguistic components of the creative scientists, the resources available for the accumulation of the source base. However, the methodological innovations of great intelligent environments have to develop a pluralism and stimulate different visions of the national liberation struggle of the Ukrainian people in 19171921.


Keywords


history; historiosophy; and historiography; conception; Ukrainian revolution 1917–1921; historiographical analysis; historiography; multivariate; integrated approach; methodological pluralism

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