Віталій Чернецький

https://scholar.google.com.ua/citations?user=Gl0NCpYAAAAJ&hl=uk&oi=ao

https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4526-4750

Chernetsky, V. (2020). Out of the Carpathians, Across the Sea: Displacement and Identity Crisis in the Works of Vasyl′ Stefanyk and Joseph Conrad. In A. Achilli, S. Yekelchyk, & D. Yesypenko, Essays in Honor of Marko Pavlyshyn. Boston: Academic Studies Press (pp. 363-378). (Refereed, Invited)

Chernetsky, V. (2020). Ukrainian Cinema and the Challenge of Multilingualism: From the 1930s to the Present. Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society, 6(1), 83-102. (Refereed)

Chernetsky, V. (2020). In Search of Territories of Freedom: Ivan Kozlenko’s Novel Tanzher and the Queer Challenge to the Ukrainian Canon. In A. Zavrl and A.Z. Sosič, eds., Go East! LGBTQ+ Literature in Eastern Europe. Ljubljana: Ljubljana University Press (pp. 31-38). doi: 10.4312/9789610603108

Chernetsky, V. (2019). Sofiia Andrukhovych’s Felix Austria: The Postcolonial Neo-Gothic and Ukraine’s Search for Itself. Canadian Slavonic Papers, 61(4), 386-398. doi:10.1080/00085006.2019.1668337 (Refereed)

Chernetsky, V. (2019). Russophone Writing in Ukraine: Historical Contexts and Post-Euromaidan Changes. In K.M.F. Platt, Global Russian Cultures (pp. 48-68). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press. (Refereed, Invited)

Andrukhovych, Y. (2018) Songs for a Dead Rooster: Selected Poems, trans. V Chernetsky & O. Kin. Preface V. Chernetsky. Sandpoint, ID: Lost Horse Press, distributed by the University of Washington Press.

Chernetsky, V. (2017). Afterword: Eastern Europe, Unmapped and Reborn. In I. Kacandes & Y. Komska, Eastern Europe Unmapped: Beyond Borders and Peripheries (pp. 269-281). Berghahn. (Refereed, Invited)