Codrul Cosminului
Department of Human, Social and Political Sciences, 2017

C O N T E N T S




        CULTURE,  IDENTITY  AND  ELITES

Lilia Zabolotnaia, Women's Power in Moldova (14th - 17th Centuries). Gender Studies ....................
7
Harieta Sabol, "Poverty or Ignorance?" The Challenge of Social Diseases in Bukovina
          around 1900 ...........................................................................................................................................................

31
Ulyana Uska, Implementation of Phonetic Orthography of the Ukrainian Language in Galicia
          and Bukovina in 1892: Political, Legal and National Aspects ............................................................

51
Antoniy Moysey, The Scientific Research of Dimitrie Dan as a New Stage in the Investigation
          of the Traditional Culture of Ethnic Groups in Bukovina .....................................................................

69
Ștefan Purici, Habsburg Bukovina at the Beginning of the Great War.
          Loyalism or Irredentism? ..................................................................................................................................

85
Tatyana Troshina, Ekaterina Kotlova, Establishing the Regional Identity in Northern Russia.
          History and Modernity .......................................................................................................................................

107


        SOCIETY,  RELIGIONS,  CONFLICTS

Mykola Shkribliak, Oleksii Balukh, European Reformation and Distinguishing Features
          of the Institutional Design of the Early Protestant Currents in the Ukrainian Lands ...............

121
Katarzyna Wagner, Did Large Cities Exist in the 17th Century Polish-Lithuanian
          Commonwealth? A Definition Attempt .........................................................................................................

139
Aleksandr A. Krymov, Alexey V. Rodionov, Andrey P. Skiba, Exile on Penal Servitude
          in the Russian Empire in the 19th Century: Some Aspects of Applying ............................................

151
Miroslav Kmeť, Bernadeta Ottmárová, Considerations about the Anti-Semitism in Hungary
          during the Early Post-War Years (1945 – 1948) .......................................................................................

165


        POLITICS  AND  INTERNATIONAL  STUDIES

Nazarii Khrystan, Drohiczyn Battle: History Academic Discipline versus Politics
          (The Soviet Historical Thought of 30-80’s of the 20th Century) .........................................................

187
Mariia Burtseva, The Liberalization of Canadian Immigration Policy (1945-1976) ............................
203
Kateryna Kasatkina, The Main Research Areas of the U.S. Policy towards the Cuban Revolution
          in the Soviet and Post-Soviet Historiography .............................................................................................

221
Anuar Galiev, Kulipa Baisultanova, Zhanar Yesserkepova, Marzhan Dautbekova, Aliya Isayeva,
          Mythologized History and Politics in Post-Soviet Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan ............................

237

    NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS ...................................................................................................................................

247


    INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS ............................................................................................................................
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Vol. XXIII, No. 1,
July 2017