Past Events

  • 1973 Mar 08

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "The Study of Subject Peoples in the Russian Empire by RussianHistorians in the Eighteenth Century."
    Lila Everett, Doctoral Candidate, Department of History, Harvard University.
  • 1973 Mar 01

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "The History of the Formation of the Ukrainian Nation."
    Omeljan Pritsak, Harvard University.
  • 1973 Feb 22

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "A Survey of the History of Architecture in the Ukrainian SSR."
    Titus Hewryk, Assistant Director, Office of Planning and Design, University of Pennsylvania.
  • 1973 Feb 15

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "On Dumy."
    Natalie Kononenko-Moyle, Doctoral Candidate,Slavic and Turkish Folklore, Harvard University.
  • 1972 Dec 18

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "The Communist Party of Western Ukraine (KPZU)."
    Roman Solchanyk, Doctoral Candidate, Department of History, University of Michigan.
  • 1972 Dec 14

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Literature and Literary Criticism in the Diaspora."
    Bohdan Krawciw, poet, translator, literary critic and editor.
  • 1972 Dec 08

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Lypyns'kyj's 'Law of the Soil' and 'Law of Capital'."
    Eugene Pyziur, Professor, Department of Political Science, Saint Louis University.
  • 1972 Dec 07

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "The Political Philosophy of V. Lypyns'kyj."
    Eugene Pyziur, Professor, Department of Political Science, Saint Louis University.
  • 1972 Nov 30

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "The Political Philosophy of Vjaceslav Lypyns'kyj, as presented against the Background of Modern Ukrainian Political Thought."
    Eugene Pyziur, Professor, Department of Political Science, Saint Louis University.
  • 1972 Nov 16

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Language and the Press in the Ukrainian SSR."
    Roman Szporluk, Professor, Department of History, University of Michigan.

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