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Journal of Ukrainian Graduate Studies Vol 2 Issue 1

Title

Journal of Ukrainian Graduate Studies Vol 2 Issue 1

Subject

Ukrainian Socialist Movement in Canada
Art
Poetry

Description

This issue features an essay on the poetry of the New York Group, a sequel to the previous essay on The Ukrainian Socialist Movement in Canada (1900-1918), an analysis of the Sino-Soviet and Soviet-Rumanian disputes, a piece about Ukrainian language courses in Kiev, a brief description of the art work of Volodymyr Makarenko, a sample of Borys Korniienko's poetry, and a series of pieces on being a Ukrainian immigrant in Canada.


ARTICLES

Melanie Pytlowany: Continuity and Innovation in the Poetry of the New York Group ...3

Orest T. Martynowych: The Ukrainian Socialist Movement in Canada 1900–1918 (II) ...22

Alexander Motyl': The Problem of Bessarabia and Bukovyna: the Intersection of the Sino-Soviet and Soviet-Rumanian Disputes ...32

Myroslava Romakh: Pro Litni Kursy Ukraiins'koi Movy v Kyevi ...49

Volodymyr Makarenko: Two Watercolours ...56

Borys Korniienko: Poetry ...58

Myrna Kostash: Baba Was a Bohunk and So Am I — a Stranger, Despite Three Generations in Canada ...69

Nadia Kazymyra: To Bear (Bare) Doubt: It All Started With Baba ...79

Roma Franko: Of Ambition, Babas and Bohunks ...84

Myrna Kostash: Response ...89

GUIDES TO RESEARCH

M. Boshyk: A Note on Soviet Dissertations: Guide to Avtoreferaty ...91

K. Huytan: A Guide to Foreign Ministry Archives in England Relating to Ukraine ...94

REVIEW

Marco Carynnyk: Pidsumok Vtrat i Zdobutkiv ...99

LETTERS

G. Luckyj: Letter to the Editors ...104

Creator

CIUS

Source

CIUS

Publisher

CIUS

Date

Spring 1977

Contributor

Melanie Pytlowany, Orest T. Martynowych, Alexander Motyl', Myroslava Romakh, Volodymyr Makarenko, Borys Korniienko, Myrna Kostash, Roma Franko, M. Boshyk, K. Huytan

Language

English

Items in the Journal of Ukrainian Graduate Studies Vol 2 Issue 1 Collection

To Bear (Bare) Doubt: It All Started with Baba
In response to Myrna Kostash's "Baba Was a Bohunk and So Am I — a Stranger, Despite Three Generations in Canada"

Of Ambition, Babas and Bohunks
In response to Myrna Kostash's "Baba Was a Bohunk and So Am I — a Stranger, Despite Three Generations in Canada"

Response
In response to Roma Franko's "Of Ambition, Babas and Bohunks" and Nadia Kazymyra's "To Bear (Bare) Doubt: It All Atarted with Baba"

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