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Oksana Myshlovska is a senior researcher at the Institute of History, University of Bern, Switzerland. Oksana Myshlovska has previously worked on a project with the Institute of Development Studies, Sussex University, and the Swiss Development Agency, and worked at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, the University of St Gallen and the Global Studies Institute in Geneva. Her research is at the intersection of memory studies, history and peacebuilding studies in Eastern Europe with a focus on Ukraine. She has published on the management of linguistic and national diversity, history, memory and transitional justice in the post-Soviet space. Recently, she has co-edited (with Ulrich Schmid) a collaborative volume Regions without regionalism. Rethinking Ukraine’s heterogeneity (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2019).
- Myshlovska, Oksana, 2019. “Delegitimizing the Communist Past and Building a New Sense of Community: the Politics of Transitional Justice and Memory in Ukraine”. International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity, 7, p. 372–405. DOI:http://doi.org/10.18352/hcm.561.
- Myshlovska, Oksana. “Establishing the ‘irrefutable facts’ about the OUN and UPA: the role of the working group of historians on the OUN-UPA activity in mediating memory-based conflict in Ukraine” Ab imperio 1, 2018, 223-254.
- Myshlovska, Oksana. “Nationalising Fluid and Ambiguous Identities: Russia, Western Ukraine and Their Ukrainian and Russian Minorities, Diasporas and ‘Compatriots Abroad’” in Toivanen, Reetta and Janne Saarikivi (eds.) Linguistic Genocide or Superdiversity? London: Multilingual Matters, 2016, 159-194.
- Liebich, André and Oksana Myshlovska. “Bandera Memorialization and Commemoration.” Nationalities Papers 42:5, 2014, 750-770, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00905992.2014.916666.
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