COMMUNIZATION AND DE-COMMUNIZATION OF TOPONYMS IN KAMYANETS’-PODIL’S’KY

Authors

  • Ihor Starenkyi Kamianets-Podilskyi State Historical Museum-Reserve
  • Yaryna Zaishliuk Kamianets-Podilskyi State Historical Museum-Reserve

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15407/mics2017.02.112

Keywords:

Kamyanets’-Podil’s’ky, toponymy, microtoponym, urbanonim, decommunisation, renaming

Abstract

The Communisation about change on toponymy map in Kamyanets’-Podil’s’ky during the 1920s – early ХХІ century. Within the first 20 years of Soviet rule, most microtoponyms that did not fit into the ideological system of the Communist Party were renamed – appeared the names of party and military leaders of the USSR, the ideologists of the communist movement. During the next 30 years, some of those objects were renamed again due to the unprecedented scale repressive movement and different kinds of executions of Soviet leaders. After World War II, Communisation toponymy held mainly by the new street names, instead of renaming existing ones. Since the beginning of the collapse of the Soviet Union and the loss of dominance of the Communist Party ideology, starts the reverse process – decommunization. Primarilyold name was returned to the historic streets of Kamyanets’-Podil’s’kyin 1990 over 1992-1995.
De-communization held by renaming streets of the new city, which bore the names of communist leaders. The new wave of decommunisation is associated with Revolution of dignity and the Law of Ukraine«On the condemnation of Communist and National Socialist (Nazi) totalitarian propagation and ban their symbols». During this period, toponymic objects included in the list of those subject decommunization given new names. If the situation Kamyanets’-Podil’s’ky, streets and lanes provided the names of the dead patriots during the Revolution of dignity and Russian-Ukrainianwar in Eastern Ukraine.

References

Budzei, O.V. (2005). Vulytsiamy Kamiantsia-Podilskoho. Lviv, Ukraina: Svit.

Budzei, O.V. (2016, Veresen 16). “Dekomuzatsiia: pershi shist. Dali bude…”. Podolianyn, 38 (1361), 3.

Butko, S.V. i Muzhykova, N.M. (2014). Yak pereimenuvaty vulytsiu. Pravovi zasady pereimenuvannia vulyts, provulkiv, prospektiv, ploshch, skveriv, mostiv ta inshykh sporud, roztashovanykh na terytorii naselenykh punktiv: metod. zb. Kyiv-Chernihiv, Ukraina: UINP.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f. r-335, op. 1, spr. 29.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 1, spr. 543.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 1, spr. 63.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 1, spr. 89.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 6, spr. 70.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 10, spr. 14.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 10, spr. 17.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 10, spr. 74.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 10, spr. 154.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 10, spr. 228.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 10, spr. 232.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 10, spr. 233.

Derzhavnyi arkhiv Khmelnytskoi oblasti, f.r-335, op. 10, spr. 237.

Holos Ukrainy (2015, Traven 20), 87(6091), 15-19.

Novi nazvy vulyts (1923, Berezen 2). Chervonyi kordon, 2.

Petrov, M.B. (2002). Istorychna topohrafiia Kamiantsia-Podilskoho kintsia XVII-XVIII st. Istoriohrafiia. Dzherela. Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraina: Abetka-NOVA.

Prokopchuk, V.S. і Starenkyi, I.O. (2014). Toponimichnyi slovnyk Kamiantsia-Podilskoho. Kamianets-Podilskyi, Ukraina: PP Zvoleiko D. H.

Prusiewicz, A.М. (1915). Kamieniec Podolski: szkic historyczny. Kijow, Warszawa: Leon Idzikowski.

Rolle, J. (1880). Zameczki Podolskie na Kresach Multańskich: w 3 wol. Т. ІІ. Warszawa: Gebethner i Wolff.

Setsinskiy, Ye.I. (1895). Gorod Kamenets-Podolskiy. Istoricheskoe opisanie. Kiev, Rossiyskaya imperiya: Tip. S. V. Kulzhenko

Shukhanova, T.M. (2016, Veresen 16). “Za zemliu voiuvaly i vulytsi pereimenuvaly”. KliuCh, 38 (240), 1-2.

Published

2017-10-24

How to Cite

Starenkyi, I., & Zaishliuk, Y. (2017). COMMUNIZATION AND DE-COMMUNIZATION OF TOPONYMS IN KAMYANETS’-PODIL’S’KY. City History, Culture, Society, (2), 112–118. https://doi.org/10.15407/mics2017.02.112

Issue

Section

Decommunization and the City