Mohyla Lectures

Launched in 1994, the Mohyla Lectures is a major academic event in Ukrainian studies at the University of Saskatchewan.  This series is devoted to a discussion of Ukrainian heritage and contemporary affairs.  Select lectures delivered in the Series are published by Heritage Press, the publishing arm of the PCUH.

 Dr. Marta Dyczok (2017)

 What’s Changed: Evolution of Ukraine’s Media Since Independence

 Dr. Myroslav Shkandrij (2016)
Ukrainian Nationalism 1929-1956: Academic Judgements and Popular Perceptions.

Dr. Mark Von Hagen (2015)
Between Ukrainian Diasporas in Germany: Reflections on Teaching Modern   Ukrainian History

Dr. Roman Serbyn (2014)
Holodomor: Conceptualization of the Ukrainian Genocide

Dr. Frances Swyripa (2013)

From Building to Burning: The Legacy of Ukrainian Churches on the Rural Prairies

Natalka Husar (2012) 
Fasten Your Seatbelt: A lecture performed by Natalka Husar

Dr. Andriy Nahachewsky (2011) 
Immigrant and Symbolic Ethnicity in Ukrainian Brazilian Culture

Dr. David Marples (2010) 
Causes of the Famine-Holodomor in Ukraine, 1932-33

Dr. John-Paul Himka (2009)
Divergent Memories: Ukrainians, Jews and the Holocaust

Dr. Lubomyr Luciuk (2008)
An Apology Overdue: Ukrainian-Canadian Redress

Dr. Serhii Plokhii (2007) 
Ukraine’s Quest for Europe: A Historian’s Perspective

 Dr. Roman Petryshyn (2005) 
Innovations in Ukrainian Canadian Community Development: An Institutional Response

  Dr. Janice Kulyk-Keefer (2004) 
Dark Ghost in the Corner: Imagining Ukrainian-Canadian Identity

 Dr. Viktor Satzewich (2003) 
An Unbearable Lightness of Being in Diaspora: Sociological Reflections on Ukrainian Canadian Identity

 Dr. Oleh Wolowyna (2001)
Religion and Ethnicity in Canada: Historical Trends and Current Situation

 Dr. D. Cipywnyk (2000)  
Saskatchewan-Ukraine Relations Since Independence

Myrna Kostash (1999)
All of Baba’s Great-Grandchildren: Ethnic Identity in the Next Canada

Rev. Dr. Myroslaw Tataryn (1996)
Christian Churches in the New Ukraine

Dr. Frank Sysyn (1995)
Mykhailo Hrushevsky: Historian and National Awakener

Dr. Zenon Kohut (1995)
History as Battleground: Ukrainian-Russian Relations and Historical Consciousness in Contemporary Ukraine