Author: Marusia Kvit-Flynn

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – Dr. Olena Martynyuk, an art historian whose research focuses on Ukrainian and Russian art from the late 20th century to the present, was the guest curator of an art exhibit, “Painting in Excess: Kyiv’s Art Revival, 1985-1993,” at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. She was...

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With the launch of Russia’s full-scale war on Ukraine on February 24, Moscow has once again evoked the specter of genocide being committed against the Ukrainian nation and its people. The denial of the Holodomor as an act of genocide is an aspect of Russia’s current disinformation war on Ukraine. Stalin was afraid to lose...

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As early as 1928, Joseph Stalin established an economic five-year plan to turn the Soviet Union into an industrial powerhouse, but at what cost? He would turn his agricultural state into a controlled collectivized farm system. A prime target for collectivization would be Ukraine, the bread basket of Europe, ‘Stalin’s gold.’ Ukraine’s famous rich black...

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