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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 […]

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Upcoming Lecture with Dr. Alan Anderson

On Tuesday, March 10th at 4:00 pm, Professor Emeritus Dr. Alan Anderson will be presenting his second lecture on the topic of Ukrainian-Canadian ethnic identity in the Prairie provinces. Building upon his decades of research, Dr. Anderson will discuss the ongoing sociocultural changes taking place in traditionally-identified Ukrainian-Canadian communities. Students, faculty, and the general public […]

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Ukrainian Studies Roundtable

On the evening of Wednesday, February 26th, the University of Saskatchewan Ukrainian Students Association (USUSA) hosted a roundtable discussion about the current and future state of Ukrainian studies on the U of S campus. At this event, USUSA executive members, past and current USask students, and community leaders spoke about their experiences within the Ukrainian […]

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2020 Mohyla Lecture a success

Dr. Dominique Arel’s talk brings the Donbas Conflict to the forefront at STM On February 13th, the Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage was pleased to welcome the University of Ottawa’s Dr. Dominique Arel to St. Thomas More College. Dr. Arel was the Mohyla lecturer for 2020, presenting on The Origins and Consequences […]

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PCUH to host 23rd annual Mohyla Lecture

Dr. Dominique Arel will speak on The Origins and Consequences of the Donbas War The Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage at St. Thomas More College is pleased to announce the speaker for the 23rd annual Mohyla Lecture. Dr. Dominique Arel, Associate Professor of Political Science and Chair of Ukrainian Studies at the […]

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Holodomor Awareness Week

During the week of November 24-30, the University of Saskatchewan Ukrainian Students’ Association (USUSA) will be promoting Holodomor Awareness Week, honouring the millions of Ukrainians that perished under Soviet rule in the 1932-1933 famine-genocide. Those who may be on campus during this time should be on the lookout for wheat bundles, placed in areas by […]

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PCUH hosts lecture with Dr. Alan Anderson

Dr. Anderson spoke of the many vanishing Ukrainian Canadian communities in Saskatchewan, and how the depopulation of historic ethnic bloc settlements has affected the provincial demographic landscape. Using both his personal research as a sociologist as well as historic and current Canadian census data, Dr. Anderson raised many compelling questions about the causes of what […]

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Ukrainian Settlements in Saskatchewan – Lecture by Alan Anderson

Students, faculty, and the public are invited to attend an upcoming lecture from PCUH Research Affiliate Dr. Alan Anderson, titled “Where have all the people gone?”. Join us in Room 1001, St. Thomas More College, on Tuesday November 19th at 4:00 pm. Dr. Anderson will speak on the topic of vanishing Ukrainian Canadian communities in […]

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Opening reception for Behind the Wire

On November 5th, a wine and cheese reception was held in the Shannon Library of St. Thomas More College to welcome and hear from Dr. Stefan Manz, Professor of German and Global History and Head of Languages and Translation Studies at Aston University (Birmingham, UK). Dr. Manz was on hand to officially open Behind the Wire: […]

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PCUH represented at Harvard conference

To share the Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage’s research on transnational family correspondence and personal sources archiving among Ukrainians in Canada, PCUH Director Dr. Natalia Khanenko-Friesen recently participated in the 2019 Ukrainian Heritage North American Consortium at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Dr. Khanenko-Friesen’s report on PCUH’s Ukrainian Transnational Correspondence archives was […]