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Publications 2015 2019

2019

The "Chernobyl Syndrome" in the U.S. nuclear fiction: Toward risk communication parameters of "nuclear phobia"

Sukhenko, I., 2 Feb 2019, The Routledge Handbook of Ecocriticism and Environmental Communication. Slovic, S., Rangarajan, S. & Sarveswaran, V. (eds.). Abingdon ; New York, NY: Routledge, p. 175-186 12 p.

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“Chernobyl” as a Factor of Ecological Identity Formation: the Case of Ukraine

Sukhenko, I., 2019, (Unpublished) In : Debaty Artes Liberales.

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2018

Commodification of the Disaster: “Chernobyl” Case

Sukhenko, I., 15 Feb 2018, p. 28.

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Nuclear Criticism: Before and After Chernobyl

Sukhenko, I., 13 Nov 2018.

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What is new in new nuclear criticism? Post-Chernobyl perspective

Sukhenko, I., 8 Oct 2018, p. 36. 1 p.

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2017

AT THE ORIGIN OF US «NUCLEAR» LITERATURE: «ALEXANDER’S BRIDGE» ВY W. CATHER

Sukhenko, I., 10 Dec 2017, In : Vìsnik unìversitetu ìm. A. Nobelâ. Serìâ Fìlologìčnì nauki. 14, 2, p. 152-161 10 p.

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ECOLOGICAL IDENTITY WITHIN ECOLOGICAL COMMUNICATION STUDIES: THE UKRAINIAN VISION

Sukhenko, I., 20 Oct 2017, In : Vìsnik Dnìpropetrovsʹkogo unìversitetu. Serìâ Socìalʹnì komunìkacìï . 25, 17, p. 116 122 p.

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The Politicised “Nuclear Narrative” within Nuclear Literary Studies: the Ukrainian Version

Sukhenko, I., 23 Nov 2017, p. 26. 1 p.

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“Chernobyl” real/unreal within ecocritical studies: the transformation of a soviet city into a digital zone

Sukhenko, I., 24 Aug 2017, (Im)Possible Cities : The First International Conference of the Association for Literary Urban Studies: Abstracts. Tampere: University of Tampere, Narrare, p. 18-19 (Narrare).

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“The Politicized ‘Exclusion Zone’ within Nuclear Literary Studies: A Transcontinental Vision.”

Sukhenko, I., 15 Dec 2017, p. 97-98. 2 p.

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2015

Reconsidering the Eco-Imperatives of Ukrainian Consciousness: An Introduction to Ukrainian Environmental Literature

Sukhenko, I., 2015, Ecoambiguity, Community, and Development: Toward a Politicized Ecocriticism . Slovic, S., Swarnalatha, R. & Vidya, S. (eds.). Lexington Books, p. 113-130 113 p. (Ecocritical Theory and Practice).

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