Kyiv: Kartohrafiia, 2007.
Acquired through the Harold R. and Florence T. Stevens fund and the Hobart N. Young Map fund.
Ukrainian officials and scholars began planning this one-volume atlas in 1992, only a few months after Ukraine achieved independence with the breakup of the Soviet Union. As finally published, the work contains over 800 maps and almost 100 pages of text, along with many diagrams and illustrations. It was prepared by approximately 500 experts under the auspices of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. This major reference work supports an initiative by faculty, researchers and interested members of the Ukrainian community to enhance Ukrainian studies at Stanford.