Publishing series “KYIVAN CHRISTIANITY”
The publishing series Kyivan Christianity, launched in 2013, represent scholarly results of the education and research program of the Humanities Department and the Department of Philosophy and Theology at the Ukrainian Catholic University Kyivan Christianity. This academic initiative is supposed to strengthen the prophetic voice of the Kyivan Church and foster the unity of Ukrainian churches of Volodymyr’s Christening. As of 2015, a public segment of the program – the project United Ukraine and the Kyivan Tradition – has been activated. It gives way for a public articulation of the idea of Kyivan Church and underlines the millennium-long connection between the Ukrainian culture and Christianity. The academic objective of the program lies in critical study of theological, canonical, social and cultural sources of the Kyivan Metropoly tradition in the wider comparative context of the universal Christian Byzantine traditions, traditions of the Latin West and Eastern Orthodox communities, as well as the reception of the uniate idea in the Slavic lands. The main attention within this program is paid to an inter-disciplinary study of the Kyivan tradition formed on the civilization borderline between East and West. Its essence is formed by Slavonic Byzantine rite (namely the eastern Liturgy), original theological thought and local church canon law, unified canonical territory, specific spirituality, shared social, cultural and religious practices, codified Church Slavonic language and well-established memory of the past. Altogether these were the forming elements of the cultural continuity of that time, and in the times of Modernity they paved way for the formation of national identities and the emergence of new ecclesiastic communities in Eastern and Central Eastern Europe.
1. Ihor Skochylias. “Gift of love”: The Kunyche (cathedraticum) in the Kyiv Metropolitanate during 13th – 18th centuries. Lviv: UCU Press, 2013. 160 p. (Series “Kyivan Christianity”, vol. 1).
2. Andrzej Gil, Ihor Skochylias. Volodymyr-Brest Eparchy during XI–XVIII Centuries. Historical Essays. Lviv, 2013. 288 p. (Series “Kyivan Christianity”, vol. 2).
3. Register of the 1763 Uniate Church Metropolitan Archive / Ed. and introd. art. by Oleksiy Vinnychenko. Lviv: UCU Publishing House, 2017. 736 p. (Series “Kyivan Christianity”, vol. 3).
4. Maksym Yaremenko. Facing the Challenges of Unification and Discipline: Kyivan Orthodox Metropolitanate in 18th century. Lviv: UCU Publishing House, 2017. 272 p. (Series “Kyivan Christianity”, vol. 4).
5. Oleh Dukh. The Venerable Ladies: Female Monastic Communities of Lviv and Peremyshl Eparchies in the Early Modern Period. Lviv: UCU Publishing House, 2017. 752 p. + 7 maps. (Series “Kyivan Christianity”, vol. 5).
6. Kyrylo Tranquillion-Stavrovetsky – the Preacher of the God’s Word / Ed. by Bohdana Krysa, Dariya Syroyid. Lviv: UCU Press, 2017. 328 pp. (Series “Kyivan Christianity”, vol. 6; Series “Lvivska medievistyka”, 5).
7. Yaroslava Melnyk. The Apocryphal Code of Ukrainian Literature. Lviv: UCU Press, 2017. 376 p. (Series “Kyivan Christianity”, vol. 7).
8. “A Word is Alive and Active” (Hebr. 4:12): Biblical Studies, West and East: Approaches, Challenges and Prospects / ed. by Galyna Tesliuk. Lviv: UCU Press, 2017. 336 p. (Series “Kyivan Christianity”, vol. 8).
9. Tatiana Vilkul. Book of Joshua: Slavonic Chet’i Text according to 14th through 16th Century Copies. Lviv: UCU Press, 2017. 288 p. (Series “Kyivan Christianity”, vol. 9).
10. Santa Teresa de Jesús y Ucrania / Edición y prólogo de B. Chuma. Lviv 2017. 272 p. («Estudios Ibéricos», 1; «Cristiandad de Kyiv», vol. 10).
11. Yurii Yasinovskyi. Heirmoi of the Kyivan Church: A Critical Edition of the Linear Notated Suprasl Heirmologion from 1598–1601, in 2 vol. / edited by Christian Hannick . Lviv: UCU Publishing House, 2018. xl+376, 432 p. (Series “Kyivan Christianity” vol. 11; History of Ukrainian Music: Sources 25).
12. Spiritual Legacy of Medieval Halych: Сollection of Articles. Lviv; Ivano-Frankivsk: Ukrainian Catholic University Press, 2018. 168 p. + 17 ill. (Series “Kyivan Christianity”, vol. 12).
13. Victoriya Bilyk, Oksana Karlina. A Live Community in Imperial World: Lutsk Greek-Uniate Eparchy of the late 18th – first half of the 19th centuries. Lviv: Ukrainian Catholic University Press, 2018. 280 p. (Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 13).
15. Nazar Zators’kyy. «The Epistle of Misael to the Pope Sixtus IV» of 1476: reconstruction of the archetype. Lviv: Ukrainian Catholic University, 2018. 588 p. (Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 15).
16. At cultural crossroads: the Holy Trinity shrine and monastery in Vilnius / ed. by Alfredas Bumblauskas, Salvijus Kulevičius, Ihor Skochylias. Lviv: UCU Press, 2019. 912 p. (Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 16).
17. Petro Kulakovskyi. A Scribe, Nobleman and Pastor: Biography of the Bishop in Volodymyr and Brest Joseph Mokosiy-Bakovetskyi (1595-1654). Lviv: UCU Press 2019. 504 p. (Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 17).
18. The Late 16th Century Neumatic Heirmologion of Lavriv: Facsimile Edition, Commentary, and Analysis / prepared by Yurii Yasinovskyi in cooperation with Maria Kachmar; ed. by Christian Hannick. Lviv: UCU, 2019. xxxii+604 p. (Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 18).
19. Partition of the Uniate Metropolitanate of Kyiv and the Erection of the Uniate Metropolitanate of Galich: 1802-1808 Documents and Files of the Vatican Archives / Compilation, introduction and comments by Vadym Adadurov. Lviv: UCU Publishers, 2019. 256 p. (Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 19).
20. Yustyn Boiko. Saint Clement of Rome in Slavonic Hagiography and Liturgical Tradition. Lviv: Ukrainian Catholic University 2020. 584 p. + 24 il. (Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 20).
21. In the Orbit of Christian Culture. (Materials of the Scholarly Conference on the Occasion of the 1030th Anniversary of Christening Rus; Kyiv, October 25–26, 2018): Collected works / Edited by Ihor Skochylias and Maksym Yaremenko. Lviv: Ukrainian Catholic University, 2020. 312 p. (Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 21).
22. The Old Slavic Book of Genesis after 14th – 16th centuries manuscripts / Prepared by Tatiana Vilkul and Sergei Nikolaev. Lviv: Ukrainian Catholic University Press, 2020. 640 p.(Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 22).
23. The 1720 Provincial Council of Zamość of the Ruthenian Uniate Church, Book 1: Acts and Resolutions / compiled by Rostyslav Paran’ko, Ihor Skochylias and Iryna Skochylias. Lviv: Ukrainian Catholic University, 2021. с + 804 p. (Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 23).
24. Theological Treatise “Mirror of Theology” by Kyrylo Tranquilion Stavrovetskyi (Pochayiv 1618): Facsimile edition and transliteration of the text / edited by V. Moisiyenko. Lviv: UCU Press 2021. 616 p. (Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 24).
26. Ivan Almes. From Prayer to Education: the History of the Reading of Monks of the Lviv Eparchy in the 17th and 18th Centuries. Lviv: UCU Press, 2021. 588 p. (Kyivan Christianity Series, vol. 26).
27-1. The Suprasl Canticles of the End of the 17th Century – A Monument of Basilian Church Music: in 3 volumes, 2 books / reconstruction, selection of musical texts, and research by O. Shumilina; scholarly editing by Y. Yasinovskyy; volume 1, book 1: Facsimile of the Suprasl Canticles. Transcription of the score. Lviv: Ukrainian Catholic University, 2022. 960 p. (History of Ukrainian music: sources 28; “Kyivan Christianity” Series, vol. 27, book 1).
Supported by Kyivan Christianity Research Program
Yaroslav Dashkevych. Ukraine on the Crossroads of Worlds: Religious and Socio-Cultural Studies / ed. by Lilia Moravska and Iryna Skochylias. Lviv: UCU Press, 2016. xxii + 602 + 8 p.
At Cultural Crossroads: The Holy Trinity Shrine and Monastery in Vilnius / ed. by Alfredas Bumblauskas, Salvijus Kulevičius, Ihor Skochylias. Vilnius: Vilnius University Press, 2017. 472 p.
Przywrócona pamięci. Ikona Matki Boskiej Chełmskiej: ikonografia – kult – kontekst społeczny = Повернута із небуття. Ікона Холмської Богородиці: іконографія – культ – суспільний контекст / Pod red. A. Gila, M. Kalinowskiego, I. Skoczylasa. Lublin; Lwów: Wyd-wo KUL, 2016. 320 s.
Вадим Ададуров. Война цивилизаций: Социокультурная история русского похода Наполеона, т. 1: Религия – Язык. Киев: Лаурус, 2017. 400 с.