2022 year, issue 5

The Ethnology Notebooks. 2022. #5 (167). P. 1011-1244

DOI https://doi.org/10.15407/nz2022.05

Articles

KILAR Anastasia
CHANGING PERCEPTIONS OF THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE RUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN WAR OF 2014—2022

1013—1040

BILOUS Vira
THE RESEARCHER OF NORTH AMERICA VASYL KHROMCHENKO. HIS ETHNIC AFFILIATION AND ETHNOGRAPHIC WORK (1ST HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY)

1041—1058

RADOVYCH Roman
MODERN ARCHITECTURE OF HUTSULS: FEATURES AND SPECIFICS OF FORMATION

1059—1079

KESZ Barnabas, KESZ Margit
THE KITCHEN AND STOVE OF A TRADITIONAL TRANSCARPATHIAN HUNGARIAN PEASANT HOUSE

1080—1091

HALAICHUK Volodymyr
DEMONOLOGICAL AND WORLDWIDE IDEAS AND BELIEFS OF THE POLISHCHUKS OF CHERNIGIV REGION (According to field materials from Novgorod-Siversky District)

1092—1120

SEREBRYAKOVA Olena
MEMORIAL MOTIFS IN THE PERIOD OF HOLIDAYS FROM CHRISTMAS TO EPIPHANY OF UKRAINIANS (ON THE EXAMPLE OF MANTIC ACTIONS WITH SPOONS)

1121—1132

KUSHNIR Vitalii
THE POLITICS OF MEMORY AND UKRAINIAN HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGE OF THE 20-TH CENTURY. IN THE EXPOSITION AND EXHIBITION WORK OF DOMESTIC MUSEUMS

1133—1146

NYKORAK Оlena, HERUS Lyudmyla, KUTSYR Tetiana
PATTERNED WOVEN SASHESOF WESTERN UKRAINE AND LITHUANIA: TECHNIQUES, ORNAMENTATION, FUNCTIONS

1147—1163

CHUYKO Oleh
BYZANTINE TRADITIONS IN DECORATIVE AND APPLIED ART OF GALICIA AND VOLHYNIA IN THE MIDDLE AGES

1164—1172

ODREKHIVSKYI Roman
MEMORIAL BUILDINGS: GENESIS AND ESTABLISHMENT IN GALICIA

1173—1177

SKOP Mykhailo
VILNIUS ICON OF THE MOTHER OF GOD: GENESIS AND ATTRIBUTION OF SELECTED SAMPLES

1178—1184

LYSUN Yaryna
MURALS OF CENTRAL EUROPEAN COUNTRIES IN THE CONTEXT OF WESTERN EUROPEAN BAROQUE ART TRADITIONS. SPREAD OF INFLUENCES

1185—1193

BOYKO Khrystyna, RADOMSKA Violetta
ETNOSTYLISTICS IN DESIGN RESIDENTIAL INTERIOR

1194—1202

LABZIN Vyacheslav
SOME RESULTS OF RESEARCH SEVERAL LІDIA SPASKA’S  MONUMENTAL COMPOSITIONS

1203—1210

CHORNYI Maksym
SUPPLE MENTING THE VENEER SHEET LOSSES IN THE PROCESS OF CONSERVATION OF THE XIX CENTURY LIBRARY CABINE

1211—1218

Our authors
Wax candle as ukrainian Christmas and epiphany ritualistic text
For the first time in native ethnology the article has brought some results of special study in sign functionality of a wax candle under the context of Ukrainian Christmas and Epiphany ritualistic text (ritualism of Christmas Eve, New Year, Epiphany Eve and Feast of Epiphany). The study has stated extremely high semiotic position of a wax candle as projection of Sun, mediator between the spheres of sacral and prophane elements, symbolic analogue of human existence, apotropy, cultural symbol re-establishing borders of acculturated space.
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Traditional folk clothes of velikobychkovsky hutsuly of XIX — the first half of XX century
In the study based upon numerous field materials, literature sources as well as ethnographic, historio-cultural and regional museum collections has been performed complex analysis in traditional folk clothes by Hutzul population of Velyky Bychkiv village in Transcarpathian region. Detailed descriptions of femi­nine and masculine clothing complexes of the mentioned area have been presented. In characterizing of those main attention has been paid to the detail of cut in separate components of dress; cut of feminine shirt has been added as an illustration.
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On bessarabian and moldavian ukrainians in the studies of historical ethnography
The article has thrown some light upon a sum of scientific findings got during XIX to XXI cc. in historio-ethnographic studies of Bessarabia and Moldavian Ukrainians. In the pre­sent paper has been given author’s answer to the problem of lacking progress as for the numerous themes concerning Ukrainians. State and achievements of the research-works in Ukrainians’ material and spiritual culture by the scientists of Moldavia and Ukraine through the years of independence has been exposed.
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On field exploration of russian and belarusian ethnologists and etnolinguists in Ukrainian Polisia 1945—1980s
In the study based on a wide range of literary materials have been comprehensively characterised field research in Polisia of Ukraine, performed by Russian and Belarusian ethnologists during 1945—1980s as well as Moscow ethnolinguists and other researchers from ethnologic centres of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus in the course of realization of Ethnolinguistic Atlas of Polisia program. Particular attention has been paid to geography, methods, themes and research results of scientific projects.
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