Refereed Publications (selected: English-language only)
Chapters Contributed to Edited Volumes:
"Between censorship and nation building: the first Ukrainian lecture courses on translation studies from a historical perspective" in Translation Studies in Ukraine as an Integral Part of the European Context, edited by Martin Djovčoš, Ivana Hostová, Mária Kusá, Emília Perez (Bratislava, Publishing House of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, 2023), 63-89.
"Translation in Ukraine during the Stalinist Period: Literary Translation Policies and Practices", in Translation under Communism. Rundle, Christopher, Anna Lange, and Daniele Monticelli (eds.). Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 2022, рp. 141-172 (Co-authored with Oleksandr Kalnychenko).
"Translation as an Instrument of Russification in Soviet Ukraine", in Translation and Power. Harmon, Lucyna and Dorota Osuchowska (eds.). Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften, 2020, pp. 29-43.
"Shakespeare's Engagement in Ukrainian Cultural Renaissance of the 1920s-1930s", in "A Sea-Change into Something Rich and Strange": Shakespeare Studies in Contemporary Ukraine. Torkut, Nataliya M. and Yurii I. Cherniak (eds.). Liha-Pres (Lviv-Toruń), 2020, pp. 43-60.
"Translation as an Asymmetric Response to Soviet Colonialism in the Works of Ukrainian Dissident Poet-Translator Hryhoriy Kochur", in Protest and Dissent. Conflicting Spaces in Translation and Culture. Pantuchowicz, Agnieszka and Anna Warso (eds.). Peter Lang GmbH, 2020, pp. 89-103.
"The labor camp poetry of Hryhoriy Kochur: Challenges for a Translator", in National Identity in Literary Translation. Barciński, Łukasz (ed.). Peter Lang GmbH, 2019, pp. 91-101.
"The Untranslatable Ethnic: Always an Outsider? (A Brief Review of Ukrainian-to-English Literary Translation Practices)", in Culture(s) and Authenticity: The Politics of Translation and the Poetics of Imitation. Pantuchowicz, Agnieszka and Anna Warso (eds.). Peter Lang GmbH, 2018, pp. 41-57.
"Identifying Shifts in the Allusiveness of a Source Text through Post-Soviet Translation as Deconstruction of the Target-Language Audience's Soviet Identity", in Identity and Translation Trouble, ed. by Ivana Hostová, Newcastle upon Tyne (UK): Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017, рp. 35-59.
Articles in academic journals (English-language only):
"Deconstruction of Russia's Newspeak in Ukrainian Humorous Translation and Digital Folklore." Ideology and Politics Journal, special issue "Critical Perspectives on Language and Power in Ukraine and Kazakhstan." Editors of this issue: Natalia Kudriavtseva & Debra A. Friedman. Issue 2 (24), 2023, p. 128-166. DOI: 10.36169/2227-6068.2023.02.00006
"The politics of literal translation in Soviet Ukraine: The case of Gogol's 'The tale of how Ivan Ivanovich quarreled with Ivan Nikiforovich'". Translation and Interpreting Studies. The Journal of the American Translation and Interpreting Studies Association. Online First publication. Available online: 21 October 2022. http://doi.org/10.1075/tis.21020.kol
"Manipulative Mistranslations in Official Documents and Media Discourses on Contemporary Ukraine". Harvard Ukrainian Studies. The Journal of the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University. Volume 37 (Number 3–4), 2020. Pages 367-405.
"A Psycholinguistic Analysis of the First Ukrainian Syllabi on General and Special Methodology of Translation by Mykhailo Kalynovych and Mykola Zerov". East European Journal of Psycholinguistics. 2020, Volume 7, Number 2, pp. 135-154. https://doi.org/10.29038/eejpl.2020.7.2.kol
"The Psycholinguistic Factors of Indirect Translation in Ukrainian Literary and Religious Contexts". East European Journal of Psycholinguistics, 2019, 6(2), pp. 32–49. https:/doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3637712
"(Re)translating Horace into Ukrainian Modernity: From Mykola Zerov to Andrii Sodomora". East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies, Volume VI, No. 2 (2019), pp. 73-112. https://ewjus.com/index.php/ewjus/article/view/531/232
"Women-translators of Belles-lettres in Soviet Ukraine of the 1920s-1930s: Educational, Cultural and Sociopolitical Profiles / Les Traductrices Litteraires en Ukraine Sovietique des Annees 1920-1930: Profils Educatif, Culturel et Sociopolitique". Style and Translation: Collected Works, Kyiv: TSNU, 2019, Issue 1(5), pp. 41-74.
"Taras Shevchenko Translated and Retranslated by Vera Rich: A Lifelong Search for Poetic Perfection". Respectus Philologicus, Vilnius University Kaunas Faculty and The Jan Kochanovski University in Kielce, Faculty of Humanities, 2018, Nr. 34 (39), pp. 147-161. https://www.journals.vu.lt/respectus-philologicus/article/view/12099
"An ethno-ecological approach to multiple English translations of the poem Доля [Fate/Destiny] by Taras Shevchenko". Studia Slawistyczne: Etnolingwistyka i Komunikacja Międzykulturowa, Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL (Katolicki Uniwersytet Lubelski Jana Pawła II), 2017, Issue 4, р. 525-548.
"Vera Rich as a Translator of Taras Shevchenko: Working Towards Greater Semantic and Rhythmic Accurateness". Studia Filologiczne Uniwersytetu Jana Kochanowskiego, 2016, Vol. 29, pp. 43-62.
"From illusory precision to fateful misrepresentation of meaning in the translation of political documents". Scientific Messenger of the UNESCO Department of Kyiv National Linguistic University. Philology, Pedagogy, Psychology: Collection of papers, Kyiv: KNLU Publishing Centre, 2017, Issue 34, pp. 57-67.
"Ukrainian Romanticism and the Modern Ukrainian Psyche". The Ukrainian Quarterly: A Journal of Ukrainian and International Affairs. Vol. LXXII, Numbers 1-4 (Spring-Winter 2016), pp. 8-36.
"The Essentialized Kobzar by Taras Shevchenko in Michael Naydan's English Projection", 2014. Style and Translation: Collected Works, Kyiv: TSNU, 2015, Issue 1(2), pp. 155-187.
"Three Profiles of the Translator in the Complete Poetry of Taras Shevchenko Translated from the Ukrainian by Peter Fedynsky". The Ukrainian Quarterly: A Journal of Ukrainian and International Affairs. Vol. LXX, Number 1-4 (Spring-Winter 2014), pp. 18-39.
"Translation Engagement in National Renaissance Policies: A Survey of English-to-Ukrainian Literary Translations of American and Canadian Authors in the 1920s-30s". Style and Translation: Collected Works, Kyiv: TSNU, 2014, Issue 1(1), pp. 52-67.
Forthcoming Peer-reviewed book chapters and papers (English-language only):
Kolomiyets, Lada. "Precarious Planning of Translations into Ukrainian at the Turn of the 1930s in View of the Soviet Canon Formation of Translated Literature." East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies (Vol 11, no 2, 2023, forthcoming).
Kolomiyets, Lada and Oleksandr Kalnychenko. "Translating Russian Literature in Soviet and Post-Soviet Ukraine." In Russian Literary Translation in the Global Context, edited by Muireann Maguire and Catherine McAteer. Open Book Publishers (forthcoming in 2023).
Kalnychenko, Oleksandr and Lada Kolomiyets. "Translation and Censorship in Russian and Austrian Ukraines from 1800 to 1917." In Routledge Handbook of Translation and Censorship, edited by Brian James Baer and Denise Merkle. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group (forthcoming in 2024).
Kolomiyets, Lada and Oleksandr Kalnychenko "Translation and Censorship in Soviet and Independent Ukraine." In Routledge Handbook of Translation and Censorship, edited by Brian James Baer and Denise Merkle. Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group (forthcoming in 2024).
Kalnychenko, Oleksandr and Lada Kolomiyets. "First Comprehensive Treatments in Eastern Europe (1950s–60s)" (Chapter 7). In The Routledge Handbook on the History of Translation Studies, edited by Anna Lange, Christopher Rundle, and Daniele Monticelli. Routledge (forthcoming in mid-February 2024).
Kolomiyets, Lada. "Cultural Translation in Michael Naydan's Novel Seven Signs of the Lion." In Normativity and Resilience in Translation and Culture, edited by Agnieszka Pantuchowicz and Anna Warso. Peter Lang GmbH (forthcoming 2024).