Tamara Guzenkova

Tamara Guzenkova

leading research fellow, Centre for Study and Preservation of Historical and Cultural Property
Doctor of Historical Sciences

Bio

Thesis: Verkhovna Rada in 1991–2001 (Historical development of the modern parliamentarism in Ukraine)

Area of research: modern political developments, national and humanitarian policy in european CIS countries (Ukraine, Belorussia, Moldavia). Theory and mythology of studying of CIS modern history.

Research works:

  • Anthropology of Power. Yulia Timoshenko. – Moscow, 2010
  • Image of Russia in Ukrainian Historical Education // Проблеми вивчання та викладання істориії Росії в класичних університетах : Матеріали круглого столу 14 травня 2007 р. – Харьків, 2007. – 46–62 p.
  • Which Russia does Ukraine need // Free thought. – 2006. – no. 2. – 97–110 p.
  • CIS is Fifteen: pessimism syndrom // Free thought. – 2006. – no. 11–12. – 29–40 p.
  • Ukraine: Break with the Great Victory Heritage // Results of the World War II. Attempt against the Great Victory. – Moscow, 2005. – 255–270 p.
  • Moldavia and Transnistria: challenges and development tendencies // Moldavia: current development tendencies / Е. М. Kozhokin (ed.). – Moscow, 2004. – 337–367 p.
  • Russia and the Ukraine: difficult happiness of strategic partnership // Russian analytica. – 2004. – June. – Vol. 1. – P. 91–102
  • Political Parties and Leaders in Ukrainian Verkhova Rada (1998–2000) / Т. S. Guzenkova; Е. М. Kozhokin (ed.); Rus. Inst. for Strategic studies – Moscow: RISS, 2001. ‒ 231 p.

Articles:

Images of Victory: the Memory of World War II as a Political Weapon

Why the West is trying to rewrite the history of the World War?

Yulia Tymoshenko: Politology of Power

Chapter 4. In power

Yulia Tymoshenko: Politology of Power

Chapter 3. In Opposition

Yulia Tymoshenko: Politology of Power

Chapter 2. The Party and Its Leader

Yulia Tymoshenko: Politology of Power

Chapter 1. Political Genesis