Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage ST. THOMAS MORE COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN

Graduate Thesis Supervision

The Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage at St. Thomas More College is committed to supporting the research and writing of young University of Saskatchewan scholars, who within the context of their degree programs are working on either Ukrainian or Ukrainian-Canadian topics and related subjects. In this regard, graduate thesis supervision is an ongoing activity undertaken by PCUH Faculty Associates. Graduate MA thesis works supervised by PCUH Faculty Associates have included:

Supervisor: Dr. Bohdan Kordan

Tonya Kirilenko
Ukrainian Denuclearization: The Strategic Rationale (1998)

James Farney
Alien Subjects or Immigrant Citizens: Canada’s Decision to Intern Enemy Aliens in the Great War (2002)

Eric Woods
Ukrainian-Canadians, Multiculturalism and National Identity in Canada (2006)

Leland MacLachlan
Democracy Promotion or Self Promotion? Canadian Bilateral Electoral Observation Missions to Ukraine, 2004-14 (2016)

Mitchell Dowie
Canada’s post-Maidan Ukraine Policy: Understanding Stephen Harper’s Foreign Policy Preferences (2017)

Supervisor: Dr. Natalia Khanenko-Friesen

Khrystyna Hudyma
Language Maintenance and Shift: Case Study of Ukrainian in Saskatchewan (2012)

Maria Melenchuk
Ukrainian Ostarbeiters in Canada: Individual and Collective Remembering (2012)

Yuriy Kirushok
The Ukrainian Orthodox Church of Canada, 1988-2013: Changing Identities (2014)

Iryna Kozina
Prickly Questions: Redemptorist Responses to Sociocultural Changes – Ukrainian Case in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, c. 1960s-1980s (ongoing)