Golubev, Stepan [Голубев, Степан], b 25 October 1848 in Ardatovka, Orenburg gubernia, Russian Empire, d 8 November 1920 in Kyiv. Church historian. He taught at Kyiv University and the Kyiv Theological Academy. Among his many works are Kievskii mitropolit Petr Mogila i ego spodvizhniki (The Kyiv Metropolitan Petro Mohyla and His Champions, 2 vols, 1883, 1898), Istoriia Kievskoi Dukhovnoi Akademii: Period do-Mogilianskii (The History of the Kyiv Theological Academy: The Pre-Mohyla Period, 1886), and Kievskaia Akademiia v kontse XVII i nachale XVIII st. (The Kyiv Academy at the End of the 17th and the Beginning of the 18th Century, 1901). Many of his articles on Ukrainian cultural history and the church history of the Ukrainian church of the 16th to 18th centuries appeared in Kievskaia starina, Arkhiv Iugo-Zapadnoi Rossii, Trudy Kievskoi Dukhovnoi Akademii, and Chteniia v Istoricheskom obshchestve Nestora-Letopistsa. He compiled and edited Materialy dlia istorii zapadno-russkoi pravoslavnoi Tserkvi (XVI i XVII st.) (Materials on the History of the West Russian Orthodox Church [The 16th and 17th Centuries], 1879, 1891), a volume with the same title for the 18th century (1895), and Pamiatniki literaturnoi polemiki pravoslavnykh iuzhnorusstsev s latino-uniatami (Monuments of the Literary Polemics of the Orthodox South Russians with the Latin-Rite Uniates, 3 vols, 1887, 1893, 1914).
[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 2 (1988).]