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Ukrainian-Canadian Identity through Five Generations

PCUH Research Affiliate Dr. Alan Anderson presents his research on the ever-changing Ukrainian culture and identities of the Canadian Prairies

On March 10, the Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage at St. Thomas More College was pleased to welcome Professor Emeritus Dr. Alan Anderson to present his lecture, entitled Generations: How Ukrainian-Canadian Identity and Culture are Changing through Five Generations.

Drawing from both his decades of research and from Statistics Canada data, Dr. Anderson provided listeners with compelling insights into how Ukrainian-Canadian identity has evolved over the 20th and 21st centuries.

Dr. Anderson speaking on the topic of diasporic Ukrainian and Ukrainian-Canadian ethnocultural identities
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