Susanna Lynn


Volodymyr Kravchenko | Ukrainian studies in Canada: Searching for new ways


Greetings (14 October 2016)

Andriy Shevchenko

Linda Duncan

Susan Hamilton

Lesley Cormack

Keynote Address

Borys Gudziak | Texts and contexts: The global framework of Ukrainian studies

Round Table I: Foundations

Serhii Plokhii, Moderator

Manoly Lupul | About the foundations of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies

Paul Robert MagocsiUkrainian studies in the West: Challenges of the present, views of the future

Frank Sysyn | Legitimizing Ukrainian studies in the U.S.—Canadian contrasts—Pivot to Ukraine

Zenon Kohut | My early career and the development of Ukrainian studies

Taras Kuzio, Discussant | Ukrainian studies should change to meet new challenges


Round Table II: New Challenges for Ukrainian Studies

Yaroslav Hrytsak, Moderator

Martha Bohachevsky-Chomiak | Reflecting Ukrainian history: New directions in Ukrainian studies

Rory FinninUkrainian studies today: War, ethics, and the importance of the humanities

Andrii Portnov | Some remarks on Ukrainian studies in Germany

Mark Von Hagen | Achievements and challenges for Ukrainian studies: A view from New York, Arizona, and Germany

Serhy Yekelchyk | A global-minded approach to teaching about Ukraine

David Marples, DiscussantOn the integration of Ukrainian studies into the Humanities


Round Table III: Ukrainian-Canadian Studies

(15 October 2016)

Jars Balan, Moderator

Natalia Khanenko-Friesen Ukrainian-Canadian studies are an exploration of the Ukrainian-Canadian ‘legacy’ from a given disciplinary perspective

Lubomyr Luciuk Reflections on the interdisciplinary nature of Ukrainian studies in Canada

Andrij Makuch | The inextricable ties between Ukrainian-Canadian studies and Ukraine

Roman Yereniuk | Ukrainian-Canadian studies as integral to the study of Canadian history

 Natalie Kononenko, DiscussantDesiderata for the future of Ukrainian studies


Round Table IV: Teaching Ukrainian Studies

Myroslav Shkandrij, Moderator

Dominique Arel |  The new face of Ukrainian studies

Bohdan Kordan | Change, challenge, and purpose: The future of Ukrainian studies in Canada

Taras Koznarsky Course design and promotion between and outside the lines of disciplines and cultures

Alla Nedashkivska | Teaching Ukrainian studies in Canada: Contemporary post-secondary learners

Heather Coleman, Discussant On the contributions of Ukrainian studies to global scholarship


Round Table V: Community Outreach

Roman Yereniuk, Moderator

Andrew Hladyshevsky | Stewardship, leadership, partnership: The Shevchenko Foundation view of the Ukrainian Canadian community over the past 50 years

Olga Kuplowska Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies: Who we are, what we do, challenges we face

Roman Petryshyn | Cultivating our legacy: Both a “Consortium of Directors of Ukrainian Studies” and a “Network of Fundraising Organizations Promoting University Endowments” are needed now to help protect and expand institutional endowments for Ukrainian studies at Canadian universities

Nadia JacykThe Petro Jacyk Education Foundation’s views on community outreach

Paul Grod, Discussant The Ukrainian diaspora’s role in Ukrainian studies


Closing Remarks

Volodymyr Kravchenko