Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the United States
Annals of the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the United States. Scholarly periodical published by the Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in New York from 1951 to the present. It deals with various aspects of Ukrainian studies. The first nine volumes, some of which had several issues, appeared regularly. Mykhailo Vetukhiv was the editor until 1959 (with George Stephen Nestor Luckyj serving as de facto editor in 1951–2); George Yurii Shevelov was the editor in 1960–1. A special issue, edited by Ivan Lysiak Rudnytsky, was devoted to Mykhailo Drahomanov (1952). Several issues constitute original monographs: The Cathedral of St Sophia in Kiev by Oleksa Povstenko (1954); The Settlement of the Southern Ukraine (1750–1775) by Nataliia Polonska-Vasylenko (1955); and A Survey of Ukrainian Historiography by Dmytro Doroshenko, supplemented by Oleksander Ohloblyn's study ‘Ukrainian Historiography, 1917–1956’ (1957). Since 1961, the Annals have appeared irregularly. Volume 21 (2000–2008) was published in 2008. An index of volumes 1–10 (1951–63) of the Annals was published in 1997. Individual volumes cover certain aspects of Ukrainian studies (linguistics, history of Ukraine, political science, economics) and have volume editors.
[This article was updated in 2014.]