2014 Mohyla Lecture

Launched in 1994, the Mohyla Lecture is a major academic event in Ukrainian Studies at the University of Saskatchewan. The series is devoted to a discussion of Ukrainian heritage and contemporary affairs while invited speakers are leading authorities in the field.

The 2014 Moyla Lecture will be delivered by Dr. Roman Serbyn of the Université du Québec à Montréal. A specialist in East European history, Prof. Serbyn has written extensively on the issue of the Ukrainian Holodomor or the Great Famine-Terror during the early years of Stalinist rule and Soviet collectivization. The presentation will address the issue of the genocidal nature of the Holodomor. The lecture will be held 13 February 2014, 7:00 pm, Father O’Donnell Auditorium, St Thomas More College.

Mohyla Poster 2014

From Protest to Resistance: The Euro-Revolution in Ukraine

Nahaylo 2014 poster

On an occasional basis, PCUH invites recognized authorities in the field to speak on policy issues that relate to Ukraine and the Ukrainian-Canadian community. The purpose of the series is to introduce a wider community to those policy questions, decisions, strategies and issues that bear on the welfare, security and interests of Ukraine and Ukrainian-Canadians. Within an informal setting, the forum provides an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas while also assessing current developments.

The PCUH has invited Bohdan Nahalylo, former UNHCR Senior Policy Advisor, to speak on the subject of the current political crisis in Ukraine and the Euromaidan. The lecture will be held 7 February 2014, 7:00 pm, Father O’Donnell Auditorium, St Thomas More College.