Maïdan Generation
Interview with Ioulia Shukan — Maîtresse de conférences — Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense (Institut des sciences sociales du politique)
From the occupation of Maïdan Square in November 2013 to the outbreak of armed combat beginning in May 2014, Ioulia Shukan examines the representations and emotions underpinning the politization of ordinary citizens in Ukraine. Focusing on their itineraries and subjectivities, she shows the transformations in their commitments, from mobilization to violence and from violence to reform of the institutions.
Summary
Having specialized in the sociology of elites, Ioulia Shukan analyzes the occupation of Maïdan Square and the political destinies of those engaged in the “revolutionary” movement that shook Ukraine beginning in the Autumn of 2013.
Interview published on 06-14-2017
Last modified on 07-06-2017
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  • Bibliography of Ioulia Shukan

Génération Maïdan. Vivre la crise ukrainienne, La Tour d’Aigues, Éditions de l’Aube, 2016.

(with Alexandra Goujon), “Sortir de l’anonymat en situation révolutionnaire. Maïdan et le citoyen ordinaire en Ukraine  (hiver 2013-2014)”, Politix, vol. 28, n° 112, 2015, p. 33-57.

“Intentional Disruptions and Violence in Ukraine’s Supreme Radar: political competition, order and disorder in a Post-soviet chamber (2006-2012)”, Post-Soviet Affairs, vol. 29, n° 5, 2013, p. 439-456. 

“Les cadres communistes face à la bifurcation de 1991: les modes de gestion de la crise biographique”, Revue d’études comparatives Est-Ouest, vol. 42, n° 3, 2011, p. 15-37.

“Orchestrating a Popular Protest Movement to Conduct a Revolution”, in P. D’Anieri (dir.), Orange Revolution and Aftermath. Mobilization, Apathy and the State in Ukraine, Woodrow Wilson Press, John Hopkins University Press, 2011, p. 76-109.