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CIUS seminar audio. On February 29, 2013, Natalia Kovaliova (MLCS, U of A), gave a seminar on the topic: “The Representation of Madness and Stalinism in Ukrainian Literature”Found in CIUS Newsletter 2013

Audio recorded from CIUS conference.On 6-8 September 1991, CIUS marked the Ukrainian Canadian centenary with a conference on selected aspects of Ukrainian life in Canada in the years between 1924 and 1951. Coinciding with the release of Orest…

Audio recorded from CIUS conference. On 6-8 September 1991, CIUS marked the Ukrainian Canadian centenary with a conference on selected aspects of Ukrainian life in Canada in the years between 1924 and 1951. Coinciding with the release of Orest…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.The third Institute seminar in Edmonton was presented on 16 October by Markian Kowaluk, a graduate student in the Department of Slavic Languages. He spoke on "The Literary Career of Mykola Rudenko," which is also the…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.In his seminar, "Communism and the Dilemmas of National Liberation: The CP(b)U, 1919-33," James Mace, doctoral candidate in history. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, took the position that events in Ukraine after the…

At the Institute's first seminar of the 1977-78 academic year on October 5, 1977, Dr. J Borys, professor in the Department of Political Science, University of Calgary, spoke about "The Russian Communist Party and the Sovietization of Ukraine." / In…

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,…

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