Zapysky Ukraïns’koho naukovoho tovarystva v Kyievi
Zapysky Ukraïns’koho naukovoho tovarystva v Kyievi [«Записки Українського наукового товариства в Києві»] (Annals of the Ukrainian Scientific Society in Kyiv, or ZNTK). An irregular publication of the Ukrainian Scientific Society in Kyiv, 18 volumes of which appeared between 1908 and 1918, most of them edited by Mykhailo Hrushevsky. The journal contained articles in almost all areas of Ukrainian studies, especially history of Ukraine, literature, and linguistics. Among its many prominent contributors were Volodymyr Peretts, Orest Levytsky, Ivan Kamanin, Mykola Vasylenko, Mykola Biliashivsky, Mykola I. Petrov, B. Buchynsky, Mykhailo and Oleksander Hrushevsky, Borys Hrinchenko, Vadym Modzalevsky, V. Dobrovolsky, Volodymyr Shcherbyna, and the Russians Aleksei Shakhmatov and Grigorii Ilinsky. In 1924 ZNTK was renewed as a subseries of Zbirnyk Istorychno-filolohichnoho viddilu VUAN, under the editorship of M. Hrushevsky and with the numeration continued. The collections Za sto lit: Materialy z hromads’koho i literaturnoho zhyttia Ukraïny XIX i pochatku XX stolittia also appeared as part of the series.
[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 5 (1993).]