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Title: Modele pamięci o Holokauście na Ukrainie w kontekście marginalności i marginalizacji dyskursów pamięci
Other Titles: Models of memory about the Holokaust in Ukraine in the context of marginality and marginalization of memory discoursec
Authors: Jędraszczyk, Katarzyna
Keywords: Holokaust
Ukraina
pamięć
narracje
historiografia
polityka historyczna
postpamięć
Holocaust
Ukraine
memory
narratives
historiography
memory politics
post-memory
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: Politeja 2021, vol. 18 (1), s. 43-56.
Abstract: There are two main models of memory in Ukraine: nationalist and post-Soviet. After 1991, Ukrainian historiography concerning the Holokaust was influenced by Soviet and emigration historiography. It was reactive to the allegations that the Ukrainians are anti-Semitic. In the nationalist model of memory, there is no space for the memory of the Holokaust in Ukraine, it is rather a strategy of displacing trauma and guilt or emphasizing the contribution of Ukrainians to saving Jews. The post-Soviet model also goes without a narrative about the Holokaust, but rather because of the lack of tradition in the USSR of describing war as a multi-ethnic experience. In this sense, both models are similar–both are mono-ethnic narratives. The minority discourse (ethnic model) about the Holokaust in Ukraine has not yet advanced to the rank of a nationwide narrative.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10593/26454
DOI: 10.12797/Politeja.18.2021.70.04
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