Author Archive: Forum for Ukrainian Studies

CIUS to Hold Euromaidan Anniversary Symposium

  10 February 2015— In the course of the Euromaidan revolution and the subsequent military conflict with separatists and the Russian army in Donbas in 2013‒15, thousands of people—military and civilian—have been killed and hundreds of thousands displaced. The ongoing…
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Centre for Political and Regional Studies, CIUS, CIUS Seminar Series, Conferences and Events

New Archival Fellowship Announced at CIUS

(l‒r) Danylo Husar Struk, John Stashuk, Stephania Bukachevska-Pastushenko, and Manoly Lupul. Courtesy of Natalka Husar. 4 February 2015—The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CIUS) at the University of Alberta announces the establishment of a new archival fellowship in Ukrainian (including…
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CIUS, Grants and Scholarships

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Current Events in Ukraine Featured During International Week at the University of Alberta

A student showing support for Ukraine 30 January 2015—On 27 January 2015, as part of International Week on campus at the University of Alberta, the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CIUS) participated in two sessions devoted to the current war…
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Centre for Political and Regional Studies, CIUS, CIUS Seminar Series

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Bohdan Harasymiw. WAR IN UKRAINE: UNDECLARED, UNACKNOWLEDGED, AND UNABATED

Paper prepared for presentation at a CIUS seminar, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 20 January 2015 . We’re in an era of change. The wars of the past are diminishing. For America, the wars of the future are likely to be…
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Centre for Political and Regional Studies, CIUS, CIUS Seminar Series

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Tymofii Brik. Income and occupational inequalities in Premodern Ukraine: Cossacks, Peasants, and Unmarried girls.

This article investigates to what extent human capital and social origins can explain income and occupational inequalities among servants in the city of Poltava in 1765-1769 years. The census data suggests that in case of women a combination of human…
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18th Century, Social History

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