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Visible Symbols: Cultural Expression Among Canada's Ukrainians

Description: 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 more. Chapters include: Endurance, Disappearance and Adaptation: Ukrainian Material Culture in Canada Museums and Ukrainian Canadian Material Culture Collecting Material Culture: Alberta's Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village Ethnicity in the Works of Ukrainian Canadian Artists The Relevance of Ethnicity to the Artist's Work: Personal Perspectives Artists and Art Critics on the Relevance of Ethnicity to Art The Evolution of Ukrainian Dance in Canada Dance Interpretation and Performance Symbols and Ukrainian Canadian Identity: Their Meaning and Significance Ukrainian Cultural and Political Symbols in Canada: An Anthropological Selection Cultural Exchanges with Soviet Ukraine Cultural Vision and the Fulfillment of Visible Symbols Political Dimension of Ukrainian Canadian Culture and many more. Contributors include Peter Shostak, Natalka Husar, Jaroslav Rozumnyj, Robert Klymasz, Jars Balan, Bohdan Krawchenko, Irka Balan, Lusia Pavlychenko, Alexandra Pritz, Isydor Hlynka, Wsevolod W. Isajiw, Lydia Palij, and many others. See Ukrainians and Alberta in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine.
Author: Manoly R. Lupul
Publisher: CIUS, University of Alberta
Date: 1984
Language: English





Manoly R. Lupul, “Visible Symbols: Cultural Expression Among Canada's Ukrainians,” CIUS-Archives, accessed February 24, 2024,
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