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129. Beyond Borders: Ukraine's Battle for Identity and Legacy: Special Guest: Dr. Oksana Lutsyshyna, Ph.D. Ukrainian Writer, Author, Translator, and Poet Explores Ukraine's Rich History, Culture, and Identity

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About Our Guest:

Dr. Oksana Lutsyshyna is an award-winning Ukrainian writer, poet, and literary translator. She is the author of Persephone Blues (poetry, Arrowsmith, 2019), Ivan and Phoebe (a novel, in the English translation by Nina Murray, Deep Vellum Publishing, 2023; in the original, Old Lion Publishers, 2019), Felicity's Poems (poetry, in Ukrainian, Old Lion Publishers, 2018), Love Life (a novel, in the English translation by Nina Murray, HURI, 2024; in the original, Old Lion Publishers, 2015), I Am Listening to the Song of America (poems, in Ukrainian, Old Lion Publishers, 2010), The Sun Seldom Sets (novel, in Ukrainian, Fakt, 2007), Without Blushing (short stories, Fakt, 2007), and two more poetry collections.

Oksana was awarded the Taras Shevchenko National Award in Fiction (2021), Lviv City of Literature UNESCO Prize (2020), Kovalevy Fund Award (2011), Blahovist Poetry Award (1998), and Hranoslov Poetry Award (1996). In collaboration with Olena Jennings, she translates contemporary Ukrainian authors into English. Their translation of Kateryna Kalytko's poem "Having lost the keys to the world, where everyone sits" was selected for the Pushcart Prize anthology for 2023.

Oksana Lutsyshyna holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, and is currently an Assistant Professor of Instruction in Ukrainian Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, where she teaches the Ukrainian language and Eastern European literatures in translation. You can contact Dr. Lutsyshyna via email: lutsyshyna@austin.utexas.edu.

Beyond Borders: Ukraine's Battle for Identity and Legacy: Special Guest: Dr. Oksana Lutsyshyna, Ph.D. Ukrainian Writer, Author, Translator, and Poet Explores Ukraine's Rich History, Culture, and Identity

00:00 Welcome to the Social Psychic Radio Show

01:09 Introducing Our Special Episode: We Stand With Ukraine

01:29 Spotlight on Oksana Lusashina: A Celebrated Ukrainian Writer

02:57 Unraveling Historical Myths: Ukraine vs. Russia

07:52 The Mongol Invasion and Its Impact on Ukraine and Russia

11:09 Exploring Ukrainian Identity and Resistance Through History

14:57 The Cultural and Political Divide: Ukraine's Rich Heritage

18:36 Combatting Misinformation and Preserving History

21:34 The Spiritual and Cultural Resilience of Ukraine

30:54 Literature and Art: Ukraine's Contributions to World Culture

32:32 Exploring Ukrainian Identity Through Historical Figures

33:13 The Cultural Impact of St. Petersburg: A City of Death

35:00 Ukrainian Resistance and Identity in Modern Times

35:50 Promoting Ukrainian Heritage in the Face of Aggression

36:18 The Role of the International Community in Preserving Culture

37:48 Challenging and Dismantling Cultural Clichés

39:06 The Power of Literature and Art in Ukrainian Culture

40:45 Navigating Cultural Identity and Independence

41:44 Accountability for Cultural Destruction During Conflict

42:47 Supporting Ukrainian Culture and Academia Internationally

44:32 Personal Insights: Poetry and Novel Writing

53:20 The Importance of Cultural Preservation and Education

Thank you for supporting our show! We deeply appreciate Dr. Borysov's involvement in this project.

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About Our Guest:

Dr. Oksana Lutsyshyna is an award-winning Ukrainian writer, poet, and literary translator. She is the author of Persephone Blues (poetry, Arrowsmith, 2019), Ivan and Phoebe (a novel, in the English translation by Nina Murray, Deep Vellum Publishing, 2023; in the original, Old Lion Publishers, 2019), Felicity's Poems (poetry, in Ukrainian, Old Lion Publishers, 2018), Love Life (a novel, in the English translation by Nina Murray, HURI, 2024; in the original, Old Lion Publishers, 2015), I Am Listening to the Song of America (poems, in Ukrainian, Old Lion Publishers, 2010), The Sun Seldom Sets (novel, in Ukrainian, Fakt, 2007), Without Blushing (short stories, Fakt, 2007), and two more poetry collections.

Oksana was awarded the Taras Shevchenko National Award in Fiction (2021), Lviv City of Literature UNESCO Prize (2020), Kovalevy Fund Award (2011), Blahovist Poetry Award (1998), and Hranoslov Poetry Award (1996). In collaboration with Olena Jennings, she translates contemporary Ukrainian authors into English. Their translation of Kateryna Kalytko's poem "Having lost the keys to the world, where everyone sits" was selected for the Pushcart Prize anthology for 2023.

Oksana Lutsyshyna holds a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, and is currently an Assistant Professor of Instruction in Ukrainian Studies at the University of Texas at Austin, where she teaches the Ukrainian language and Eastern European literatures in translation. You can contact Dr. Lutsyshyna via email: lutsyshyna@austin.utexas.edu.

Beyond Borders: Ukraine's Battle for Identity and Legacy: Special Guest: Dr. Oksana Lutsyshyna, Ph.D. Ukrainian Writer, Author, Translator, and Poet Explores Ukraine's Rich History, Culture, and Identity

00:00 Welcome to the Social Psychic Radio Show

01:09 Introducing Our Special Episode: We Stand With Ukraine

01:29 Spotlight on Oksana Lusashina: A Celebrated Ukrainian Writer

02:57 Unraveling Historical Myths: Ukraine vs. Russia

07:52 The Mongol Invasion and Its Impact on Ukraine and Russia

11:09 Exploring Ukrainian Identity and Resistance Through History

14:57 The Cultural and Political Divide: Ukraine's Rich Heritage

18:36 Combatting Misinformation and Preserving History

21:34 The Spiritual and Cultural Resilience of Ukraine

30:54 Literature and Art: Ukraine's Contributions to World Culture

32:32 Exploring Ukrainian Identity Through Historical Figures

33:13 The Cultural Impact of St. Petersburg: A City of Death

35:00 Ukrainian Resistance and Identity in Modern Times

35:50 Promoting Ukrainian Heritage in the Face of Aggression

36:18 The Role of the International Community in Preserving Culture

37:48 Challenging and Dismantling Cultural Clichés

39:06 The Power of Literature and Art in Ukrainian Culture

40:45 Navigating Cultural Identity and Independence

41:44 Accountability for Cultural Destruction During Conflict

42:47 Supporting Ukrainian Culture and Academia Internationally

44:32 Personal Insights: Poetry and Novel Writing

53:20 The Importance of Cultural Preservation and Education

Thank you for supporting our show! We deeply appreciate Dr. Borysov's involvement in this project.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

  continue reading

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