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CIUS interview audio (3 Parts).Interview with Ilya Semchyshyn about Ukraine. Born in Bosnia on August 2, 1951. His predecessors were born in Galicia. Mr. Semchyshyn witnessed the Bosnian war.

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…

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.Dr. Ivan L. Rudnytsky, professor of history, presented the fifth Institute seminar on 20 November. His talk was entitled "F. Duchinski: His Impact on Ukrainian Political Thought." Franciszek Duchiffeki (1817-93) was a…

CIUS Seminar Audio.The thirteenth Institute seminar at the University of Alberta took place on March 27, 1979. B. Krawchenko, research associate at the Institute and Visiting assistant professor of political science, spoke on "The Intelligentsia of…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.The Institute’s third seminar was given by Dr. Myron Kuropas on "The Making and Tempering of the Ukrainian American." Between 1884 and 1915, the Rusin-American who emigrated to the United States with a weak…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2. Professor Isajiw, of the Department of Sociology, University of Toronto, presented a seminar on February 9 entitled "Class and Ethnicity in the Ukrainian Group in Canada." It elaborated on a theme discussed earlier at…

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…

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…

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…

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.

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