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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…

continuitychange00lupu.pdf
A comprehensive, interdisciplinary examination of the life of the first Ukrainian immigrants. The volume consists of eight parts. It begins with a prologue by Roman Onufrijchuk that sets the stage for understanding the difficult process of cultural…

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…

osvitaukrainianb00lupu.pdf
This volume contains the proceedings of the first conference in Canada on research into Ukrainian-language education. Eighteen articles examine the teaching of Ukrainian in partial-immersion classrooms in Canada, focusing on the Ukrainian-English…

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,…

recollectionsabo00czum.pdf
Thi is a translation of the memoirs of William Czumer, Spomyny pro perezhyvannia pershykh ukrains'kykh pereselentsiv v Kanadi, which chronicle Ukrainian life in Canada during the first twenty-five years of settlement. See Ukrainians and Alberta in…

ukrainiancanadia00lupu.pdf
Proceedings of a 1977 conference discussing the relationship between multiculturalism and Québécois separatism and illustrating the Ukrainian contribution to the national-unity debate. Contributors include Bohdan Bociurkiw, Camille Laurin, Ivan…

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…

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…

FN Vol 3 no 2 Spring 2007.pdf
The quarterly Field Notes from Ukrainian Canada have been published electronically since the beginning of 2005 by the CIUS’s Kule Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies (formerly the Ukrainian Canadian Program). They provide regular updates on events,…

FN Vol 4 no 1 Winter 2008.pdf
The quarterly Field Notes from Ukrainian Canada have been published electronically since the beginning of 2005 by the CIUS’s Kule Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies (formerly the Ukrainian Canadian Program). They provide regular updates on events,…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.Using census and statistical material from W. Darcovich and P. Yuzyk (eds.), "Statistical Compendium on Ukrainian Canadians, 1891-1977" and material from a survey of historical and sociological literature, the first…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2. Part 2 audio begins at 4:45.The seminar, "The Methodist Church and Ukrainians in Canada, 1901-1925: A Study in Assimilation Policy," was given by Vivian Olender on October 23. Anglo-Celtic Canadians at the turn of the…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2.Michael Savaryn, a law student at the University of Alberta, delivered the sixth Institute seminar in Edmonton on January 16 with the presentation, "The Response of the Ukrainian Canadians to the Displaced Persons…

At the third Institute seminar of the 1977-78 academic year, held on November 3, Andrij Makuch, fourth-year honors student in history, spoke on "The Ukrainians and the Manitoba School Question: 1916." / In an attempt to mollify the French, the…

tkanynaexhibitof00bila.pdf
This is beautiful title contains a parallel bilingual English-Ukrainian text and includes colour photographs of Ukrainian textiles and weaving artifacts displayed at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village near Edmonton in 1988.

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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.The seminar, "Ukrainian Language Instruction in Great Britain and Alberta: Similarities and Contrasts," was presented on November 28 by Ihor Kruk, M.A. candidate in Slavic literature at the University of Alberta. The…

CIUS Seminar Audio Part 1 and 2. On February 2, Mr. Jaroslaw Balan, a Masters' student in English at the University of Alberta, presented the seventh Institute seminar of the 1977-78 academic year at the University of Alberta entitled…

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