Book Chapters

  • “Diaspora der Erinnerung,” in Isolde Charim and Gertraud Auer Borea, eds., Lebensmodell Diapora: Über moderne Nomaden, Bielefeld: transkript Verlag, 2012, 249-259.
  • Foreward to Jochen Böhler and Stephan Lehnstaedt, eds, Gewalt und Alltag im besetzten Polen 1939-1945, Osnabrück: fiber Verlag, 2012.
  • “European Mass Killing and European Commemoration,” in Vladimir Tismaneanu, ed., Remembrance, History and Justice, Budapest: CEU Press, (2012): 1-22.
  • “Rzecz o Tomaszu Mercie,” in Tom pamięci Tomasza Merty, Warsaw: Muzeum Historii Polski, 2011.   Written in Polish.
  • “Etnos i racja stanu” ["Ethics and raison d'état"], in Kosciół, naród, państwo: Działalność Metropolity Andrzeja Szeptyckiego, Wrocław: Kolegium Europy Wschodniej, (2011): 199-207. Written in Polish.
  • “Antysemitizm komunistyczny i etyka uniwersalna: rozważania” ["Communist Anti-Semitism and Universal Ethics"], in Przebyta droga(Festschrift for Aleksander Smolar), Warsaw, (2010): 241-245.
  • “The Case for History after 1989,” in Julia Sherwood, ed., Whatever Happened to Democracy,  Bratislava: Projekt Forum (2010): 70-76.
  • “Tadeusz Kościuszko (1746-1817): libérateur et penseur,” in L’héritage de la Res Publica des Deux Nations, Paris, Bibliotheque Polonaise de Paris, (2009) : 71-79.  Written in French.
  • “The Possibility of a Common European History of Dictatorship,” in Gesellschaftliche Diskurse zum Umgang mit Diktaturgeschichte in Europa,Genshagen-Stiftung, 2009.
  • “The Life and Death of West Volhynian Jews, 1921-1945,” in Ray Brandon and Wendy Lower, eds., The Shoah in Ukraine: History, Testimony, and Memorialization, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, (2008): 77-113.
  • Ukrainian translation: Dukh i Litera, Kiev, 2011.
  • “Wielonarodowa Rzeczpospolita i korzenie polskiej polityki wschodniej lat 90ych XX wieku,”  (“The Multinational Republic and Polish Foreign Policy in the 1990s,” Aktualność przesłania paryskiej „Kultury” w dzisiejszej Europie. Zbiór studiów, Lublin: IESW, 2007.
  • “The Life and Death of West Volhynian Jews, 1921-1945,” in Ray Brandon and Wendy Lower, eds., The Shoah in Ukraine: History, Testimony, and Memorialization, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, (2008): 77-113.
  • “Polish Border Crossers in Soviet Ukraine,” in Silvia Salvatici, ed., Confini: Costruzioni, Attraversamenti, Rappresentazioni, SISSCO, 2005.
  • “Wołyńscy Żydzi pod polskiem panowaniem i sowiecką  i niemiecką okupacją, 1939-1944” (“Volhynian Jews Under Polish Rule and German and Soviet Occupation, 1919-1945”) in Krzysztof Jasiewicz, ed.,  Swiat nie pożegnany: Żydzi na ziemiach wschodnich Polski (Jews in Poland’s Eastern Lands),Warsaw: Rytm, (2004): 266-291.
  • “Ukrainians and Poles,” in Dominic Lieven, ed., The Cambridge History of Russia, Vol. 2, 1689-1917, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
  • “Akcja ‘Wisła’ a homogeniczność polskiego społeczeństwa” (“Operation Vistula and the homogeneity of Polish society”), in Jan Pisuliński et al eds,Akcja Wisła, Warsaw: Instytut Pamięci Narodowej, (2003): 49-56.  Written in Polish.
  • “Die Armia Krajowa aus ukrainischer Perspektive,” in Bernard Chiari and Jerzy Kochanowski, eds., Auf der Suche nach nationaler Identität: Geschichte und Mythos der polnischen Heimatarmee, Munich: Oldenbourg Verlag, 2003.
  • “Memory of Sovereignty and Sovereignty Over Memory: Twentieth-Century Poland, Ukraine, and Lithuania” in Jan-Werner Müller, ed., Memory and Power in Postwar Europe, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (2002): 39-58.
  • “The Ukrainian Minority in Poland,” in James Clem and Nancy Popson, eds., Ukraine and Central Europe, Washington, D.C: Woodrow Wilson Center, 2001.
  • “Conclusion: The Wall Around the West,” in The Wall Around the West: State Borders and Immigration Controls in Europe and North America, Peter Andreas and Timothy Snyder, eds., Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000.  Republished in Eurozine, June 2005.
  • “The Poles: Western Aspirations, Eastern Minorities,” in Charles King and Neil Melvin, eds., Nations Abroad: Diasporas and National Identity in the Former Soviet Union, Boulder: Westview, (1998): 179-208.