Past Events

  • 1971 Mar 09

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Rime, Parallelism and Word Order on Skovoroda's 'Garden of Divine Songs'."
    Thomas Tucker, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University.
  • 1971 Mar 02

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "The Vocabulary of Zerov's Sonnets."
    Richard Hantula, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, HarvardUniversity.
  • 1971 Feb 22

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Het'man Petro Dorosenko (1665-1676)"
    Lubomyr Hajda, Doctoral Candidate, Department of History, Harvard University.
  • 1971 Feb 19

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Problems of Compiling a Historical Atlas of Rus' Ukraine."
    Ivan Tesla, Geographer, Carleton University, Ottawa.
  • 1971 Feb 16

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Polish-Russian-Ukrainian Relations during the Northern War (1700-1709)"
    Andrzej Kaminski, Professor, Department of History, Columbia University.
  • 1971 Feb 09

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Research on the Orthodox Church in Ukraine since 1917."
    Bohdan Bociurkiw, Professor, Department of Political Science, Carleton University, Ottawa.
  • 1970 Dec 15

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "The Nationality Problem in Subcarpathian Rus', 1919-1945."
    Paul Magocsi, Doctoral Candidate, Princeton University.
  • 1970 Dec 08

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Numismatics as an Aid to the Study of Galician Rus' (1340's to 1425)"
    Adrian Slywotzky, Undergraduate, Harvard University.
  • 1970 Dec 01

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    "Cleric of Ostrog's History of the Robber Florentine Council and its Traditions in Seventeenth-Century Muscovite Literature."
    Lubomyr Hajda, Doctoral Candidate, Department of History, Harvard University.
  • 1970 Nov 24

    Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

    (All day)

    The Xmel'nyc'kyj Revolution of 1648 in Contemporary Polish Literature."
    George Grabowicz, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Comparative Literature, Harvard University.

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