REVISING PRINCIPLES FOR THE HISTORY OF UKRAINIAN TRANSLATION STUDIES : CASE OF PRIASHIV UKRAINE
The objective of the study is to highlight the contribution of Ukrainian researchers in Priashiv (Prešov in Slovak) as an organic and integral component of Ukrainian translation studies and to examine the extent to which such an approach requires a change in principles to describe the Ukrainian national academic tradition. The main research tasks were to revise the principles for studying the history of Ukrainian translation studies, establish sources, review key editions and publications and
... arify the role of nationality and academic institutions in the development of research areas. The methodology is based on the principles of studying the general climate of opinion, immanence and relevance, which provides an objective historiographical analysis and creates opportunities for a comprehensive historiographical synthesis. The novelty lies in the introduction of research materials from Priashiv Region into the systematic study in the context of the history of Ukrainian translation studies. Conclusions. The history of Priashiv Ukrainians' translation studies testifies that the most important factors for identifying the affiliation of individual papers to the national academic school are language and ethnicity, while genetic links (references to sources) and typology of methods are also important, but Ukrainian translation studies – like most national schools of translation studies in the world – did not create a specific national theory of translation. At the same time, there is still a danger that the "Ukrainian translation studies" of Priashiv Region will lose its continuity with the traditions of translation studies in the Ukrainian State and exist only as part of the "Slovak school of Ukrainian studies". For supporting the development of Priashiv academic school, which will be most beneficial both for Ukraine and Slovakia, it is necessary to strengthen and develop the Ukrainian researching and academic institutions of Priashiv Region.