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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

CIUS seminar audio. The great Ukrainian-Kuban famine of 1932-33—the Holodomor—was one of the determinative events of the twentieth century. Nevertheless, it was largely ignored by scholars until the last few years of the existence of the Soviet…

CIUS interview audio.Roman Shiyan interviews Mykola Sukhaversky about his biography and the Soviet occupation of Bukovyna in 1940.

The 41st annual Shevchenko Lecture, co-sponsored by CIUS and the Ukrainian Professional and Business Club of Edmonton, was delivered on 30 March 2007 by Dr. Peter J. Potichnyj, a leading authority on Ukrainian wartime insurgency, who spoke on “The…

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…

Lecture Audio Part 1 and 2The thirteenth annual Shevchenko Lecture at the University of Alberta was held on March 7, 1979. Dr. Roman Szporluk, professor of history at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, spoke on "Ukraine since 1945: A Study in…

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…

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.

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