2019 Revolutionary Ukraine, 1917-2017: Flashpoints in History and Contemporary Memory Wars. New York: Routledge.
2019 Avant-garde Art in Ukraine: Contested Memory, 1910-1930. Boston: Academic Studies Press.
2015 Ukrainian Nationalism: Politics, Ideology and Literature, 1929-1956. New Haven: Yale University Press. 331 pp.
2019 The Ukrainian “Galicia” Division: From Familiar to Unexplored Avenues of Research. Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 6 : 1-23. http://kmhj.ukma.edu.ua.
2018 Volodymyr Viatrovych’s Second Polish-Ukrainian War.. Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society 4.2: 105-30.
2018 Kniga Vtoraia polsko-ukrainskaia voina Vladimira Viatrovicha: iskazheniia istorii v publikatsiiakh direktora UINP [The Second Polish-Ukrainian War by Volodymyr Viatrovych: Distortion of History in publications by the Director of UINP]. Forum noveishei vostochnoevropeiskoi istorii i kultury 15.1-2: 298-315. http://www1.ku-eichstaett.de/ZIMOS/forum/inhaltruss29.html.
2017 A Roundtable on Myroslav Shkandrij’s Ukrainian Nationalism: Politics, Ideology, and Literature, 1929-1956. Canadian Slavonic Papers 59.1-2: 131-52.
"Ukrainian-Jewish Encounter:the Cultural Dimension" (eds.W.Moskovich&A.Rodal,Jerusalem,Philobiblon Publishers,2016)2016 Volodymyr Viatrovych’s Second Polish-Ukrainian War. 12th Annual Danyliw Seminar. Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Ottawa, 10-12 November,
2016 The Ukrainian Reading Public in the 1920s: Real, Implied and Ideal. Canadian Slavonic Papers 58. 2: 160-183.
2016 The Second World War and the OUN in Reader Responses to Dokia Humenna’s Khreshchatyi iar (1956). East-West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies 3.1: 89-110.
2015 National Democracy, the OUN, and Dontsovism: Three ideological currents in Ukrainian Nationalism of the 1930s-40s and their shared myth-system. Communist and Post-Communist Studies 48.3: 209-16, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.postcomstud.2015.06.002.
2015 Radio Vienna. Broadcasts by the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, 1938-1939. Kyiv-Mohyla Humanities Journal 2: 121-36, https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283709894_Radio_Vienna_Broadcasts_by_the_Organization_of_Ukrainian_Nationalists_1938-1939.
2015 The Carpatho-Ukrainian Episode of 1938-39: Canadian and International Ramifications. Canadian Ethnic Studies 47.4-5: 245-61.
2015 Dokia Humenna’s Representation of the Second World War in her Novel and Diary. Harvard Ukrainian Studies 32-33 (2011-14): 665-79.
Chapters in books
2016 Perceptions of the Jew in Ukrainian Literature. In Wolf Moskovich and Alti Rodal, eds., The Ukrainian-Jewish Encounter: Cultural Dimensions,” 159-75. Jerusalem: Philobiblon Publishers.
2016 Living with Ambiguities: Meanings of Nationalism in the Ukraine-Russia War. In Olga Bertelson, ed. Revolution and War in Contemporary Ukraine: The Challenge of Change, 121-35. Stuttgart: ibidem-Verlag.
2015 Dokia Humenna’s Representation of the Second World War in her Novel and Diary. In Zhnyva. Essays Presented in Honor of George G, Grabowicz on His Seventieth Birthday, 665-79. Edited by Roman Koropeckyj, Taras Koznarsky, and Maxim Tarnawsky. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Ukrainian Studies. (Also as Harvard Ukrainian Studies 32-33 (2011-14): 665-79.)
2015 The Cult of Strength: Khmelnytsky in the Literature of Ukrainian Nationalists During the 1930s and 1940s, 153-68. In Stories of Bohdan Khmelnytsky: Competing Literary Legacies of the 1648 Ukrainian Cossack Uprising, edited by Amelia M. Glaser. Stanford University Press.