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Conference took place at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg on Nov 6-7, 1981

CIUS conference audio (Part 16 of 16) Outline of presentation:What structure? (JPH)Partnerships necessary with Saskatoon and Winnipeg (the Ukrainian centers). Apply for grants in different provinces. We should strike an initiative group. (Jars…

CIUS conference audio (Part 15 of 16)Outline of presentation:Churches are not just buildings – they are also people.He is very enthusiastic about churches. He’s prepared an internet database. Admires Ed Ledohowski’s site.The evolution of his…

CIUS conference audio (Part 14 of 16)Outline of presentation:hard copy (printouts from web)Interaction of content and digital development – something that needs to be worked out. Various scholarly disciplines (religious studies, history, art history,…

CIUS conference audio (Part 10 of 16)Outline of presentation:Google Maps: Byzantine Rite Churches in Alberta. We can use a GPS unit to get exact coordinates. Google Maps gives directions. Roughly 92 GC churches, 74 Ukrainian Orthodox, 24 OCA, 22…

CIUS conference audio (Part 8 of 16)Outline of presentation:Stella Hryniukprepared text existsHow the book they wrote, Monuments of Faith, developed. In the 1980s there was not only the problem of abandonment, but also vandalism, security, disrepair.…

CIUS conference audio (Part 7 of 16)Outline of presentation:An overview of what’s going on in Manitoba. Has provided a cd for each participant.Manitoba did inventories, divided the province into survey districts (number), gave different kinds of…

CIUS conference audio (Part 5 of 16)Outline of presentation:Churchyards and graveyards. Renewal – examples of renewed cemeteries. They often have interesting historical information reproduced (terminology, cross shape).Physical decay. Wooden crosses…

CIUS conference audio (Part 3 of 16)Outline of presentation:Not really an architectural historian. But he has worked a bit on Ukrainian vernacular architecture on the prairies.We should look at location, parish boundaries, site situation, spacing.…

CIUS conference audio (Part 4 of 16)Outline of presentation:This is a political action by the Canadian Ukrainian community. Multicultural policy has faded. But an important part of our heritage were Ukrainian bloc settlements, Ukrainian areas of…

CIUS conference audio (Part 2 of 16)Outline of presentation:Overview of the preliminary survey. Organizing principles. There’s better coverage of Alberta. Please make additions and corrections to the list (following the format of the list). We want…

CIUS conference audio (Part 1 of 16)John-Paul Himka opens the conference by outlining the goal of making sure that Ukrainian sacred culture on the prairies is well documented for future scholars and for future generations.Transcription found in this…

CIUS seminar audio.On December 5, 2013, Jelena Pogosjan (Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, U of A) gave a seminar on the topic: “Ivan Zarudny and the Production of Religious Culture in Russia under Peter I.”Found in CIUS Newsletter…

CIUS lecture audio.On March 1, 2011 Oleh Ilnytzkyj (Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Alberta), gave the Forty-fifth annual Shevchenko Lecture on the topic: “Shevchenko and Gogol' (Hohof): The Ukrainian Intelligentsia…

CIUS interview audio (4 parts).Interview with Frank Sysyn about his life as well as his academic and cultural development.

At the banquet on Saturday evening, Dr. Keith Spicer, journalist, broadcaster, and former Commissioner of Official Languages, was guest speaker. He examined the federal policy of bilingualism, defined its shortcomings, and predicted difficult…

CIUS conference audio from the final panel of the conference on the topic "Multiculturalism and Separatism: The Search for a Ukrainian Consensus." The panelists included Professors Bociurkiw, Myhul, Serbyn, Tarnopolsky and Mr. Petryshyn. A consensus…

CIUS conference audio from Professor Manoly R. Lupul's presentation "Canada's Options in a Time of Political Crisis and Their Implications for Multiculturalism," rejecting both separatism and "Trudeau federalism" as options and putting forth a new…

CIUS conference audio from the question period following Professor Walter S. Tarnopolsky's presentation on "A Multicultural Canada: The Basic Issues." In his wide-ranging remarks, he stressed that a multicultural Canada must provide greater access to…

CIUS conference audio of Professor Walter S. Tarnopolsky's presentation "A Multicultural Canada: The Basic Issues." In his wide-ranging remarks, he stressed that a multicultural Canada must provide greater access to the most rewarding jobs for all…

CIUS conference audio of Bohdan Bociurkiw presenting his paper "Multiculturalism and the Response of the Ukrainian-Canadian Community," in which he praised the roles played by Senator Yuzyk and several members of the Ukrainian Canadian University…

CIUS conference audio recording of Mr. Roman Petryshyn, research associate of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, presenting a paper entitled "The Ukrainian Canadians in Transition," in which he compared the social structure and mobility…

Questions for Roman Serbyn and Ivan Myhul following their presentations on the topic: "Separatism and Ethnic Groups in Quebec," criticizing the absence of a clear government policy towards the non-Anglo-Celtic minorities in Quebec and outlining their…

Roman Serbyn follows Ivan Myhul presenting on the same topic of: "Separatism and Ethnic Groups in Quebec," criticizing the absence of a clear government policy towards the non-Anglo-Celtic minorities in Quebec and outlining their unique and…

Professor Ivan Myhul, Department of Political Science, Bishop's University, speaks on the topic: "Separatism and Ethnic Groups in Quebec," criticizing the absence of a clear government policy towards the non-Anglo-Celtic minorities in Quebec and…

The conference on "Ukrainian Canadians , Multiculturalism, and Separatism: An Assessment" was held at the University of Alberta on September 9-11. Organized and sponsored by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, it featured papers by the…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.On 3 December the final Institute seminar of the autumn semester in Toronto was given by Dr. Wsevolod Isajiw, professor of sociology at the University of Toronto. Dr. Isajiw spoke on "Multiculturalism and the Future of…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.On November 14, Roman Petryshyn, research associate at the Institute, spoke on "Housing Segregation and Mobility of Ukrainians in Manchester." The study reported on survey research, consisting of a mail questionnaire…

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(Шерех Юрій. Пороги і запоріжжя. Література. Мистецтво. Ідеології. Упоряд. та прим. Р.Корогодського. — Харків: Фоліо, 1998. – Т. І. – 607 с.; Т. II. – 367 с.; Т. III. – 431 с. (Українська література XX століття))

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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…

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