Eminak

Eminak

Basic info

  • Publisher: Centrum Naukowo-Badawcze "Lukomoriye"
  • Country of publisher: ukraine
  • Platform/Host/Aggregator: Open journal system ojs
  • Date added to EuroPub: 2019/Sep/29

Subject and more

  • LCC Subject Category: Social Sciences, Archaeology, History , Humanities
  • Publisher's keywords: Social Sciences, Archeology, History, History of Ukraine, Reviews, International Relations
  • Language of fulltext: ukrainian, english, russian
  • Time from submission to publication: 6 weeks

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  • Article Processing Charges (APCs): Yes, 60$
  • Submission charges: No
  • Waiver policy for charges? Yes

Open access & licensing

  • Type of License: CC BY
  • License terms
  • Open Access Statement: Yes
  • Year open access content began: 2018
  • Does the author retain unrestricted copyright? True
  • Does the author retain publishing rights? True

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  • Permanent article identifier: DOI
  • Content digitally archived in: V.I. Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine
  • Deposit policy registered in: None

This journal has '493' articles

The economic-housing complex on citadel of the fortified settlement Dikiy Sad

The economic-housing complex on citadel of the fortified settlement Dikiy Sad

Authors: Kyrylo Gorbenko
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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The main results of research of apartment № 20 in citadel of the late bronze fortified settlement «Dikiy Sad» in Mykolayiv are presented. Ceramics belong to Bilozersk Culture.

Keywords: hillfort, Bronze Age, Bilozersk Culture, citadel, apartment, volume of vase, Linear B
Bone artifacts from the burial оf Bujak culture

Bone artifacts from the burial оf Bujak culture

Authors: Svetlana Ivanova
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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At this article proposed an interpretation of bone artifacts that have been found in burials of Bujak Culture in the North-West Black Sea area. Author gives analogies from other regions.

Keywords: Bujak Culture, Pit Grave Culture, Hotnitsa Culture, pin, amulet
The Contribution of the White Croats in a process of ethnogenesis of Ukrainians

The Contribution of the White Croats in a process of ethnogenesis of Ukrainians

Authors: Mykola Nahirnyj
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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The article deals with the origin and migration of White Croats. An attempt to find the etymology of their ethnonym is made. Nowadays there is no certainty about the precise process of ethnogenesis of Croats. The existing hypotheses sometimes are completely opposite in meaning. However, one could argue that the Carpathian Croats crystallized from a conglomerate of a number of ethnic groups – a migrants from the east and an autochthons of Western Ukraine. Most researchers are inclined to think about the Iranian origin of the ethnonym «Croats», as evidenced by the toponymic and linguistic arguments. The Carpathian (autochthonous) theory is a quite common, according to which the Croats got their name in the Western Ukraine. Also other theories are presented: Gothic, Turkic, Sarmatian-Alanian etc. The social and political development of the Croatian tribes in Ukraine are shown. A strong feudal Croatian state was formed as a result of wars between the Croats and Avar khanate in the last quarter of the VI century and on the beginning of the VII century. Many found Byzantine and Arabian coins in Halychyna are explained by international trade between these regions and Carpathian area. Due to the development of trade relations in the Croats appear the settlements, in which the Croatian political administration is concentrated. The major administrative centers of White Croatia were Przemysl, Stilsko and Galich. In the tenth century the Carpathian Croatia has appeared under economic (and later under the political) influence of Kievan Rus’. The remains of the Croatian State saved in the Carpathian region as Peremyslian and later (from 1141) – as Galician principality. The local nobility has saved own influence, becoming the Galician «boyarstvo» (nobility). Becoming as a part of Kievan Empire, the Croats continued to create Ukrainian history. The parallels between the Croats and the Ukrainians of the Carpathians in toponymic, linguistic, ethnographic and others features are analyzed in the article. Ukrainian culture of the Carpathian region formed on the cultural traditions of the White Croats. The ancestors of the South Slavs in the Carpathian region were immediate neighbours of the modern Carpathian Ukrainians and thus formed the modern Ukrainian language affinity. Maybe the Croatian language was the official in Galicia until the twelfth century because the Galician Gospel was written in 1144 by this language. Croatian influence also contains «the Word about Igor’s regiment» («Slovo o polku Ihorevim»). The assumption is suggested about the identity of the White Croats and the population of the Ukrainians in the Carpathians on the basis of linguistic, ethnographic and other materials. In general, many parallels between the Croats and the Ukrainian Galicians – in ancient times and today – indicate that the White Carpathian Croats have not disappeared, but were integrated into Ukrainian nation (in particular its west part) while maintaining the uniqueness of its regional character. The descendants of the White Croats on our western territories is today’s Lemkos, Boykos, Hutsuls and Transcarpathians. White Croatia is an important and integral part of the history of the Ukrainians and the Croats.

Keywords: Croats, Carpathians, ethnogenesis, Ukrainians, migration
Kuman’s origin Mamaevychiv-Glyns’kyh: why Ukrainians wrote «mamayka»

Kuman’s origin Mamaevychiv-Glyns’kyh: why Ukrainians wrote «mamayka»

Authors: Nadiya Agafonova
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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On the basis of the paradigm of «Kumans – autochthonous» in the article accented on the origin of the Kumanian prince of Mamaia, on his initiative, the protection of the geopolitical interests of a multi-ethnic world of Left-Bank Ukraine during the collapse of the Golden Horde. Installed historical retrospective made it possible to answer the question «Why the Mamai – the central image of the popular paintings: «mamaiok».

Keywords: Kumans, Rusolaniya, Mamai, Glynski, Slobodian Ukraine
The professors and magisters of the Basilian College in Uman (1765-1767): the way of life to pedagogical work

The professors and magisters of the Basilian College in Uman (1765-1767): the way of life to pedagogical work

Authors: Yuriy Stetsyk
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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Expand circumstances foundation of the monastery and the main directions of its activities. The emphasis is on teaching certain rules for the College. Established staffing of teaching subjects. Based biohram professors and magisters found their social and territorial origin, age and educational characteristics, stages of spiritual and intellectual formation. Researched of keys milestones of monk’s pedagogical work.

Keywords: professor, magister, College, teacher, studies
Sacred Objects of St. Florus Monastery in Guide-books and Reference Works in XIX – early XX centuries

Sacred Objects of St. Florus Monastery in Guide-books and Reference Works in XIX – early XX centuries

Authors: Antonina Kizlova
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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The article deals with the image of Kyiv St. Florus Monastery in guide-books and reference works of 19th – early 20th ct. about Kyiv and all Orthodox pilgrimage centres. For expansion of context, material from collections of the probed period, devoted to miraculous Virgin Mary icons, was attracted. Research of illumination of concrete sacred objects features in reference works and guide-books will help to expose the features of holiness perception on the different levels of society. Also this research will be useful to understanding of social connections forming round the objects of prayer honouring. The author makes conclusions, that information about the sacred objects of St. Florus and Ascension monastery is only in part of the probed guide-books and reference works. These mentions were done mainly from 2nd half of 19th – early 20th ct. In a prospect it is expedient to find out the reason of such growth of interest with bringing in of additional sources. It’s notably, that the compilers of guide-books and reference books mainly selected the Virgin Mary icon from Rudnya among other reverent objects of St. Florus monastery. However, they didn’t spare much attention to this icon. Such exposition is fully explainable, if the probed authors didn’t perceive the St. Florus monastery as the place for primary pilgrims visit. It’s possible, that the Virgin Mary icon from Rudnya was described as central, because the habitants of Kiev applied to it more frequent, than to other sacred objects of monastery. The proportion between local and external pilgrims among those, who showed the special honouring to the sacred objects in St. Florus monastery needs subsequent research as well as a problem of I. Mazepa influence on the image of the icon in guide-books and reference works.

Keywords: St. Florus Monastery, 19th – early 20th ct., Kyiv, guide-book, reference work, sacred object
The role of M. Hrushevsky in the development of the Museum of Shevchenko Scientific Society

The role of M. Hrushevsky in the development of the Museum of Shevchenko Scientific Society

Authors: Natalia Sheludiakova
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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The article considers the main aspects of M. Hrushevsky’s activity in the organization of the Museum of Shevchenko Scientific Society. The author emphasizes the fact that one of the most prosperous periods in the museum’s history coincides with the time of M. Hrushevsky’s presidency in the Society. During the 1900s the museum affairs gain particular importance in Shevchenko Scientific Society’s activities as the part of the development of its research infrastructure. Historian’s personal involvement in organizing, arranging, and managing of the museum is revealed. M. Hrushevsky donated his personal archaeological collection, took part in the acquisition of ethnographic materials and involved his personal acquaintances and scientific connection into the process of museum’s collecting. The article also considers the conceptual framework of the Museum of Shevchenko Scientific Society. Particularly, the attention is paid to its scientific orientation and functioning as the factual basis for the development of Ukrainian science. The author stresses that the functioning of the Museum was accomplished according to the general European trends in the creation of national museums. Most European national museums represented the European nations’ achievements and pride. The Museum of Shevchenko Scientific Society as M. Hrushevsky’s project contained Ukrainian traditional material culture as the representation of independence and originality of the Ukrainian nation, its ability to produce original culture. The national character of the museum was reflected in the nature of the gathered objects: the museum objects represented mainly Ukrainian traditional culture of different Ukrainian regions. In addition, scientists, artists and amateurs from all over Ukraine were involved in the process of collecting of the museum material.

Keywords: Museum of Shevchenko Scientific Society, M. Hrushevsky, museology, national museum
V.K. Lypynskii about mutual relations of Church and the state (role and a place of religion in a society)

V.K. Lypynskii about mutual relations of Church and the state (role and a place of religion in a society)

Authors: Olena Chirkova
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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In article questions of mutual relations and interaction of the State and Church was consider. Three types of relations between Religion and a Policy according to different kinds of the organization of social life was analyze: okhlokratiya, democracy, klassokratiya.

Keywords: Church, Religion, State, Spiritual Power, Secular Power
The historical backgrounds of formation and development of Lugansk diocese of Ukrainian Counciled-Episcopal Church (1925-1939)

The historical backgrounds of formation and development of Lugansk diocese of Ukrainian Counciled-Episcopal Church (1925-1939)

Authors: Mykola Ruban
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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In the proposed article examines the historical background of the formation and development of the Luhansk diocese of Ukrainian Counciled-Episcopal Church. It is detected the contradictions of confession accessory of the diocese. In example of a particular region it is proved the concerted effort of the Soviet totalitarian system to a complete destruction of religious institutions in spite of the proclaimed standards of religious law. It is analyzed the course of church-institualisational processes on the territory of Lugansk region in the interwar period.

Keywords: Ukrainian Counciled-Episcopal Church (UCEC), Lugansk region, Archbishop Ioanniky (Sokolovsky), Archbishop Augustine (Verbitsky), Metropolitan Theophil (Buldovsky) Temporary Supreme Church Council (TSCC), Lubensk’ Cathedral, autocephaly
The Issue of Immigration Displaced Persons of Ukrainian Descent in Social-Political Discourse of Canada

The Issue of Immigration Displaced Persons of Ukrainian Descent in Social-Political Discourse of Canada

Authors: Ruslan Siromskyi
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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The issue of immigration displaced persons of Ukrainian descent in social-political discourse of Canada after the Second World War is reviewed. The circumstances and causes of the liberalization of immigration law that caused arrival of tens thousands of displaced people from camps in Western Europe are analyzed. The role of the Ukrainian Diaspora in lobbying the rights of Ukrainian refugees for resettlement to Canada is traced.

Keywords: displaced persons, Ukrainian, Canada, immigration, repatriation, Ukrainian Canadian Committee
The material and cultural level of rural workers in the Ukrainian SSR (from the middle of 1960’s to the 1980’s)

The material and cultural level of rural workers in the Ukrainian SSR (from the middle of 1960’s to the 1980’s)

Authors: Olga Lisovs’ka
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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The article analyzes social life of inhabitants in Ukrainian villages in the period from the mid-1960s to the 1980s. The main directions of state social policy in this period are examined; the leaders’ achievements and failures are emphasized. On the basis of archival documents the author has found that the problem of village material and technical base in the cultural sphere, the need for urgent decisions to change fundamentally the current situation required new approaches for social and cultural transformations in rural areas. In the mid-1960s an attempt was made to find such ways. The undertaken policy was primarily targeted at the usage of local economic and financial resources, the increase of the state budgeted funds during a large-scale construction. However, the search for new approaches could not significantly affect the material and technical base of establishments functioning in social sphere, as such measure was a part of the command and administrative system and influenced by technocratic thinking, the residual principle and halved attitude in making decisions. In the early 1970s the resource possibilities for large-scale construction in rural areas were depleted. The author comes to the conclusion that since the mid-1960s there had been many attempts to create normal cultural and life conditions in the country, to raise the incomes of collective farmers and workers of state farms so that their material level could stop people’s leaving villages for urban areas. However, all measures turned to be overdue and insufficient. In the late 1980s a significant part of the rural population was not able to use most of the conveniences existing in civilized countries: warm water, gas, regular transport services, etc. The increase of capital investments in social sphere of villages resulted in positive changes. At the same time the funds allocated for the development of social infrastructure in the rural area did not enable the village inhabitants reach the same material level that existed in the urban areas. The villager continued to be a person of lower category in terms of pensions, provision or life conditions.

Keywords: Ukrainian village, social issues, infrastructure, pensions, cost accounting, the cultural level
Images of state and government in the views of the Ukrainian peasantry

Images of state and government in the views of the Ukrainian peasantry

Authors: Tatiana Tchorzevska
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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The article is devoted to one of the most urgent aspects of human interaction and social space: notions of power and the state. Source base study are biographical narratives and opinion polls. With the help of genetic and dynamic methods attempt to analyze the development of ideas about the power of the Ukrainian peasantry during the Soviet and post-Soviet era.

Keywords: postsocialism, paternalism, representation, power, state, peasantry
Legislative and normative definition of tasks and contingent spinning, restraints and workers houses: a comparative analysis (on materials of the Complete Collection of Laws of the Russian Empire)

Legislative and normative definition of tasks and contingent spinning, restraints and workers houses: a comparative analysis (on materials of the Complete Collection of Laws of the Russian Empire)

Authors: Tatyana Moiseeva
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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The article explores the process of formation and development of the legislative framework in the definition of objectives and the terms «clients» spinning, restraints and workers houses on the basis of the analysis of the documents posted on the pages of the Complete Collection of Laws of the Russian Empire.

Keywords: legislative and normative acts, spinning, braking, workings houses, labour help, correctional establishments, criminals, punishments
The organizational incipience of the left encampment of the Political powers of Poland end of the XIXth – the 20th of the XX century

The organizational incipience of the left encampment of the Political powers of Poland end of the XIXth – the 20th of the XX century

Authors: Vladislav Boyechko
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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The article investigates the process of the incipience of the left encampment of the political system of the Polish society. It is determined that this direction has been represented by the Polish socialist movement, Pilsudskii’s supporters and the country folk’s party «Vizvolene». The Polish socialist party has passed the complicated way of formation and it was Y. Pilsudskii, who played an important role in this process. Two political conceptions Marxist and nationalistic revolutionary and conservative were struggling in the ranks of the party. It has become the cause of the disunity of the Polish socialist party. It is found out that after gaining the Polish independence the socialist party rallies around the solving of socially economic problems. The Sejm and local governments became the basic arena of the party struggle. It is found out that the Polish country folk’s party «Vizvolene» was the main constituent of the left movement. This party also has passed the complicated way of the ideological formation. The parliamentary party faction tried to carry out land redistribution and agricultural reform and turn peasantry into the main power of social progress. The country folk’s party «Vizvolene» was not able to realize the majority of its own requirements but contributed much to the strengthening of the left encampment of the political powers of Poland of interwar period.

Keywords: Revival of Poland, left political parties, legislative Sejm, Polish socialist party, Country folk’s party «Vizvolene», Y. Pilsudskii, political system of Poland
The adoption of the Jackson-Vanic amendment as a reaction against the prohibition of the emigration of the Jews from USSR

The adoption of the Jackson-Vanic amendment as a reaction against the prohibition of the emigration of the Jews from USSR

Authors: Natalia Danyliv
Year: 2016, Volume: 1, Number: 1
Eminak 2019/Sep/29
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In this article are analyzed the reasons and consequences adopting by USA Congress the Jackson-Vanik amendment which appeared as a reaction to acts the world public and Jewish organizations protests for permission to leave the Soviet Jews. The article is about domestic and foreign political factors, which became the catalyst for the beginning of Zionist movement in the USSR. It’s describes the unsuccessful attempts to fight for the right of Soviet Jews to emigrate to their historic homeland and the USA.

Keywords: emigration, Jews, Jewish Diaspora, USA, USSR, Israel, Six-Day War, Jackson-Vanik amendment

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