Past Events

  • 1973 Nov 15

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Marx's and Engel's Views on the Ukraine, Poland and Russia."
    Vsevolod Holubnychy, Hunter College, CUNY.
  • 1973 Nov 08

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Odesa and the Economic Development of South Ukraine in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century."
    Patricia Herlihy, Research Fellow, Russian Research Center, Harvard University.
  • 1973 Nov 01

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "The Hajdamaky and Oprysky--Groundwork for a New Interpretation."
    Andrew Sorokowski, M.A. Candidate, Soviet Union Program, Harvard University.
  • 1973 Oct 25

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "The Transformation of Images in Antonych's Poetry."
    Natalia Pylypiuk, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Comparative Literature, Harvard University.
  • 1973 Oct 18

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "The Unaesthetic Images of Mykola Bazhan."
    Oleh Ilnytzkyj, M.A. Candidate, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University.
  • 1973 Oct 10

    Conference

    Wed Oct 10 (All day) to Fri Oct 12 (All day)

    "Centennial of the Shevchenko Scientific Society in L'viv."
    Omeljan Pritsak, Edward Keenan, Orest Subtelny, George Grabowicz, Natalie Kononeko-Moyle, Volodymyr Kubijovych, Jaroslav Padoch, and MichalLesiow.
  • 1973 Oct 09

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Adam Kysil' - Sources for a Biography."
    Frank Sysyn, Doctoral Candidate, Department of History, Harvard University.
  • 1973 Oct 04

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "The Resignation of Hetman Rozumovs'kyj and the Abolition of the Hetmancy (1764)"
    Zenon E. Kohut, Doctoral Candidate, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania, and Research Fellow, Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
  • 1973 Oct 03

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Kurbskij's First Letter Reconsidered."
    Edward Keenan, Professor, Department of History, Harvard University.

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