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"Glory to Ukraine! Glory to the heroes!" The Portrayal of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) in the Museums of LvivDownload
This thesis examines the portrayal of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) in the museums of Lviv, Ukraine. Founded in 1929 by veterans of the Polish-West Ukrainian War and nationalistic student associations, the primary objective of the OUN was to attain a sovereign and united...
Childhood After Chornobyl is about children and childhood in Ukraine in the period surrounding the establishment of independent Ukraine in 1991 (1986-1996). As an interdisciplinary and multi-lingual project with a focus on linguistic, narrative, and theoretical perspectives on childhood, the aim...
Destruction and production are two closely linked phenomenon within contemporary feminist art in Ukraine. Ukraine is currently embroiled in a context marked by destruction in the form of the annexation of Crimea and war in the Eastern Donbas region, along with the physical and emotional trauma...
Ethnic Identity Discourses of Recent Ukrainian Immigrants to Canada: Interactions between New Ukrainian-Canadians and the Established Ukrainian-Canadian DiasporaDownload
Ukrainian-Canadians are a relatively well-established group in this country. This thesis focuses on an as yet unstudied segment of this community, namely the new, post-Soviet Ukrainian immigrants. As an interdisciplinary project, the thesis researches the ethnic identity discourses of recent...
Homophobic and Transphobic Violence in Contemporary Ukraine: Victims' Experiences and Patterns of PolicingDownload
This study examines homophobic and transphobic violence in contemporary Ukraine: victims’ experiences and patterns of policing and prosecuting by the law enforcement and judicial systems. A range of research methods - primarily in-depth semi-formal interviews and document analysis - were employed...
SSHRC Awarded CG 2015: "Memory Economies" will be a two-day symposium, hosted by the University of Alberta's Departments of English & Film Studies and Women's & Gender Studies on September 4-5, 2015. It is designed to contribute new concepts and theorizations to the multidisciplinary field of...
Nation-Building and Separatism in Eastern Europe: The Transnistria Problem in Moldova and in the Geopolitics of Russia, Ukraine, Romania and the European Union (1917-2014)Download
This study investigates the process of nation-building in the Republic of Moldova. It bridges the national revival of the Romanian-speaking Moldovans with the rise of anti-Moldovan resistance and pro-Russian separatism in the self-proclaimed Transnistrian republic. The results indicate that the...
Old Communication – New Means: The Linguistic Study of Ukrainian Orthodox Church and Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church WebsitesDownload
This dissertation is concerned with the communicative potential of websites. The World Wide Web is a relatively new locale for communication on which an increasing number of users rely daily in Canada and in Ukraine. However, up to the present time there has been no unified framework for the...
Power point slides for Carnival to Conflict presentation
From November 2013 to February 2014 Ukrainian's, protesting the government of President Victor Yanukovych, barricaded themselves in Kyiv's central square, the Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square). Over these months the space became what some observers have called a "city within a city." It...
This dissertation was undertaken to test the premise whether the modern Kozak revival was or could be used as a platform by the Ukrainian national cultural establishment for renegotiation, reformation, and consolidation of national identity in post-Soviet Ukraine. Its primary aim was to observe...