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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…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.Dr. Roman Serbyn, of the history department at Universite du Quebec a Montreal, presented this year's last seminar which was entitled, "The National Awakening in Ukraine, 1859-1863: Students in Kharkiv and Kiev…

CIUS Seminar Audio.Lisa Efimov-Schneider, currently a Ph.D. candidate in Russian Literature at the University of Toronto, gave a talk entitled, "Emma Andijewska's Roman pro dobru liudynu : The Displaced Persons Camp as Purgatory."  In Andijewska's…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.Mr. Yuriy Stefanyk-Klynowy delivered the twelfth Institute seminar of the 1978-79 academic year at the University of Alberta. On March 20, 1979, he spoke on "Olena Teliha's Great Peace." The speaker reminisced about…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.Bohdan Chomiak and Jars Balan, graduate students at the University of Alberta, presented a joint seminar entitled, "The Peasant Revolution in Ukraine" on April 3, 1979. The seminar began with a brief introduction 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.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 seminar series at the University of Alberta commenced on 18 September. Dr. Andrij Hornjatkevyc, assistant professor of Interdisciplinary Studies and Slavic languages, spoke on "The Music of the Dumy."…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.On 6 November Dr. Lupul, director of the Institute and professor of Canadian educational history, spoke on the subject "Ukrainian Canadians, Multiculturalism and the New Government."Topics examined were "Ukrainian…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.On 4 December Nestor Makuch, recent recipient of an honours B.A. in history at the University of Alberta, presented the sixth Institute seminar, "Dmytro Dontsov and Interwar Ukrainian Nationalism." In 1929 several…

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.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 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.The seventh Institute seminar at the University of Alberta was presented on 15 January 1980 by Karol Adamowicz, a graduate student in the Department of Educational Foundations. He spoke on "Ukrainian Education in…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…
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