Микола РЯБЧУК презентує книжку «Попереднє життя»
Date: 30 Sep. 2013YE Bookstore and Nora Druk Publishers invite you to the meeting with author Mykola Riabchuk at the presentation of his book Z poperednioho zhyttia (“From the Previous Lifetime”), which will take place on Monday, 30 September. Beginning at 18:00. The collection From the Previous Lifetime includes essays by the well-known Ukrainian writer and columnist, published in 2008-13 in Hazeta po-ukrainsky. About the author: Mykola Riabchuk received his degree in electrical engineering from the Lviv Polytechnic Institute (1977) and in philology from Maxim Gorky Literary Institute in Moscow (1988). He has worked as an editor and deputy chief editor at the bimonthly Vsesvit magazine, commentator on culture for the daily Den, executive editor at the monthly Krytyka, and research fellow at the Institute for Cultural Policy and Centre for European Liberal Studies at the National University Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. In 1994-96 and 1999 he did research and teaching in the US. Since 1997 Riabchuk has been member of the Ukrainian Writers’ Association. Since 2006 he has written a Monday column in Hazeta po-ukrainsky. On 27 August, 2010 Riabchuk joined the Independent Kyiv Media Trade Union. He has published several books and dozens of articles in Ukrainian and international journals. Besides literary and cultrological studies, he is actively engaged in research on the problems of national identity, formation of civil society, nation and state building. Riabchuk is also a translator from English and Polish. Among his published books are: Vid Malorosii do Ukrainy: paradoksy zapizniloho natsietvorennia (“From Little Russia to Ukraine: Paradoxes of Belated Nation-Building”), Uliubleny pistolet pani Simpson: khronika pomaranchevoi porazky (“Mrs Simpson’s Favourite Gun: Chronicles of the Orange Defeat”), Postkolonialny syndrom. Sposterezhennia (“Post-Colonial Syndrome. Observations”), Vid “khaosu” do “stabilnosti” (“From ‘Chaos’ to ‘Stability’”), etc.
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