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Iurii Luckyi. Vaplitianskyi Zbirnyk.pdf
This is a rich collection of letters, diaries, poetry, and fiction from the archives of VAPLITE (1925–28). Writers include M. Khvylovy, P. Tychyna, M. Kulish, M. Bazhan, V. Sosiura, A. Lubchenko, O. Vyshnia, and many others.

Swyripa, F. Ukrainian Canadias.pdf
This chronological examination of government reports, theses, novels, magazine articles, and writings by educators and churchmen prior to 1970.

Historical Driving Tour.pdf
This guide to twenty-six churches in the historic Ukrainian settlement area of east-central Alberta. Includes street addresses of parishes, several maps, and a glossary. Published in association with the Inventory of Potential Historic Sites, Alberta…

Identifications. Balan, Jars.pdf
This book presents eight selected papers from a conference held in Edmonton in 1979, that examined the relationship between ethnicity and the works of selected writers in Canada.

The Tsymbaly Maker. Bandera.pdf
This description of the construction, history, and use of the Ukrainian hammer dulcimer in Canada.

Krawchenko. Ukraine after Shelest.pdf
The successes and failures of Shcherbytsky's mission represent the major theme of this collection of essays. which deals with the national question, dissent and opposition, literary politics, the economy, and ethno-demographic trend.

Iurii Mezhenko.pdf
The book is dedicated to the hundredth anniversary of the birth of Yurii Oleksiiovych Mezhenko, a leading Ukrainian bibliophile, bibliographer, literary and theatre critic. Published with the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.

Solchanyk, Ukraine from Chernobyl.pdf
This collection of fifteen stimulating interviews with well-known figures and academics is relevant. It includes discussions with Adam Michnik, Vitalii Karpenko, Pavlo Movchan, Mykola Riabchuk, Yurii Pokalchuk, Ivan Drach, Anatolii Pohribnyi,…

developmentinsha00koro.pdf
The Russian occupation of Ukraine under the tsarist and communist regimes exerted a decisive influence on the development of Ukrainian economics. The present collection of essays, written over a ten-year period, explores some of the pertinent issues.…

galicianvillager00himk_0.pdf
This first case study of how the East European peasantry was drawn into national politics focuses on the Ukrainians of Galicia (1772–1914). On the basis of first-hand testimony by peasants and rural notables, it demonstrates that the peasants'…

ethnicityintechn00angu.pdf
Twelve path-breaking essays define the territory for a Canadian social philosophy of ethnicity. They address the major issues of immigration, discrimination, consumerism, government policy, ethics, gender, media, and political strategy. From a…

continuitychange00lupu.pdf
A comprehensive, interdisciplinary examination of the life of the first Ukrainian immigrants. The volume consists of eight parts. It begins with a prologue by Roman Onufrijchuk that sets the stage for understanding the difficult process of cultural…

prophetsproletar00kola.pdf
This collection of more than 400 of the most pertinent documents relating to the origin, growth, and decline of Ukrainian pro-communist organizations. The content of this work is divided into three sections: The Roots of Ukrainian Communism, 1904–18,…

recollectionsabo00czum.pdf
Thi is a translation of the memoirs of William Czumer, Spomyny pro perezhyvannia pershykh ukrains'kykh pereselentsiv v Kanadi, which chronicle Ukrainian life in Canada during the first twenty-five years of settlement. See Ukrainians and Alberta in…

osvitaukrainianb00lupu.pdf
This volume contains the proceedings of the first conference in Canada on research into Ukrainian-language education. Eighteen articles examine the teaching of Ukrainian in partial-immersion classrooms in Canada, focusing on the Ukrainian-English…

changingrealitie00petr.pdf
Twelve essays provide a portrait of Ukrainian Canadians analyzing the various ways in which the Ukrainian population has changed over several decades. Contributors include Wsevolod W. Isajiw, Olga Kuplowska, Jean E. Wolowyna, Charles B. Keely, Ivan…

visiblesymbolscu00lupu.pdf
The twenty-three essays in this volume address various aspects of the codes, archetypes, and symbols that recur in Ukrainian-Canadian material culture, art, music, dance, and mores. Chapters include: Endurance, Disappearance and Adaptation: Ukrainian…

00boie_0.pdf
A collection of essays looking at historical continuity and change of Ukraine's borders, from the time of Hetmanate to renegotiations within the Soviet Union and after its collapse. Volume publishe in Ukraine.

chernobyldocumen00shch.pdf
Dr. Shcherbak traveled to the dangerous zone around the reactor at Chernobyl, lived there and interviewed firemen, first-aid workers, party and government officials, local media representatives, and foreign visitors. The result is a variety of vivid…
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