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

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 discussions on the topics of Ukrainian heritage and contemporary Ukrainian and Ukrainian-Canadian affairs. Select lectures delivered in the series were printed by Heritage Press, the publishing arm of the Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage.


Dr. Adrian Ivankiv (2022) 

The Chornobyl Event: Ecology, Media, and the Anthropocene

Dr. Dominique Arel (2020).

The Origins and Consequences of the Donbas War

Dr. Serhy Yekelchyk (2018)

One Hundred Years of Modern Ukrainian Statehood

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. Oleh Wolowyna (2001)

Religion and Ethnicity in Canada: Historical Trends and Current Situation

Dr. Dmytro 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