HARVARD UKRAINIAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE
SEMINAR IN UKRAINIAN STUDIES
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HARVARD UKRAINIAN SUMMER INSTITUTE
LECTURES AND SPECIAL EVENTS
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Seminar in Ukrainian Studies
1 October 1996.
"In Their Own Words: Ukrainian Leaders and the Independence They Built (1988-1991), An Oral History."
Sara Sievers, Director of the US Project on the Oral History of Independent Ukraine and Graduate Student Fellow, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
Margarita Hewko, Director of the US Project on the Oral History of Independent Ukraine.
8 October 1996.
"Myth and Reality on Economic Reform in Ukraine: A Comparative Perspective."
Daniel Kaufmann, Visiting Scholar, HIID and former Director of Kyiv office, World Bank.
22 October 1996.
"Language Policy and Language Usage in Ukraine since Independence."
Antonina Berezovenko, Associate Professor of Slavistics, Kyiv Polytechnical University.
29 October 1996.
"The L’viv School of Architecture (1870-1910)".
Ihor Zhuk, Editor, Historical-architectural Atlas of L’viv.
5 November 1996.
"Being a Woman Writer in a Post-Colonial Culture: The Case of Ukraine."
Oksana Zabuzhko, Author and Senior Research Scholar, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
12 November 1996.
"Current Polish Research and Writing on the Former Soviet Union and Independent Ukraine."
19 November 1996.
"A New Perspective on the Composition of The Igor’ Tale."
Harvey Goldblatt, Professor of Medieval Slavic Literature, Yale University.
26 November 1996.
"Archetypical Structure of Ukrainian Culture."
Natalia Kovalchuk, Associate Professor, Kharkiv Institute of Art and Design, and Visiting Scholar, Ukrainian Research
Institute, Harvard University.
3 December 1996.
"Ethnic Russians in Ukraine: The Political and Ideological Dimensions."
Yuri Shevchuk, Candidate of Science, Kyiv State University, and Doctoral Candidate, New School for Social Research.
6 February 1997.
"The VeCheka Reports on the Peasantry, 1918-1922."
Andrea Graziosi, Universitą Napoli "Federico II", and Yale University.
10 February 1997.
"Increasing Reference Access to Ukrainian and Russian Archives with ArcheoBiblioBase."
Patricia Kennedy Grimsted, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
Lada Repulo, Historico-Archival Institute, Russian State University for the Humanities.
24 February 1997.
"Saint Nicholas and the Politics of Translation."
Robert DeLossa, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
6 March 1997.
"Ukrainization in Today’s Ukraine: Is It Compatible with a Civil Society?"
Yaroslav Bilinsky, University of Delaware.
10 March 1997.
"Ukraine and Poland: Old Stereotypes, New Realities."
Iaroslav Isaievych, Krypiakevych Institute of Ukrainian Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
12 March 1997.
"NATO Enlargement to the East: The East-Central European Perspective."
Co-Sponsored by the Davis Center for Russian Studies and the Foreign Policy Seminar Series)
12 March 1997.
"Ukraine between the East and the West: A European and International Security Dilemma."
Eugueni Kaminski, Institute of World Economy and International Relations, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
17 March 1997.
"Breaking through the Wall: Attempts to establish Contacts between Ukrainian Intellectuals in the West and the Ukrainian SSR, 1966-1972."
Yaroslav Hrytsak, Institute for Historical Research, Lviv University.
31 March 1997.
"Conceptualizing Ukrainian Literature in Light of Territorial Fragmentation and Ethnic Dispersal."
Eleonora Solovey, Institute of Literature, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
7 April 1997.
"On the Internal Historical Periodization of the Ukrainian Language."
Andrii Danylenko, Professor of Ukrainian Linguistics, Kharkiv Pedagogical University, and Visiting Scholar, Ukrainian Research Institute.
11 April 1997.
"History, Christendom, and East European Culture: Reformulating Some Questions" (Petryshyn Memorial Lecture) John-Paul Himka, Professor of History, University of Alberta.
17 April 1997.
"Poles and Ukraine: Scholarly Knowledge and Popular Interests."
A Roundtable Discussion, with Introductory Remarks by Jacek Kochanowicz, Professor of Economic History, Warsaw University.
21 April 1997.
"Cultural and National Identity in Contemporary Ukraine in the Face of ‘Globalism’."
Oksana Grabowicz, Research Associate, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
24 April 1997.
"Poland and Ukraine: A Strategic Partnership."
Hon. Tadeusz Diem, Amabassador of the Republic of Poland to Canada.
28 April 1997.
"Security Implications of Oil Pipelines for Ukraine and East Central Europe."
Margarita Balmaceda, Assistant Professor of Political Science, University of Toledo, and Research Associate, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
1 May 1997.
"Prospects for Economic Reform and Development in Ukraine in Light of Recent Political and Economic Events."
Alexander Paskhaver, Director, Center for Economic Development, Kyiv; Economic Advisor to President of Ukraine.
Sponsored by the Harvard Ukrainian Business Initiative.
5 May 1997.
"Relations between the Ostrih Cultural Center and Greeks of the Diaspora in the Late 16th and Early 17th Centuries."
Andrii Yasinovskyi, Lecturer on Byzantine History and Greek, Lviv Theological Academy.
8 May 1997.
"Myths in Contemporary Ukrainian Culture and Politics."
Olexandr Hrytsenko, Director, Institute for Cultural Policy, Ministry of Culture of Ukraine.
12 May 1997.
"Ukrainian Participation in the ‘The Glory of Byzantium’: The Metropolitan Museum’s Current Exhibition of Byzantine Art."
Olenka Pevny, Research Assistant, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
26 June 1997.
"Introduction to Polish Socialist and Sociologist Kazimierz Kelles-Krauz (1872-1905)."
12-14 December 1996.
"Ukraine in the World." Washington DC.
10 cassettes (2 sets)
31 July-2 August 1997.
"Ukraine since Independence: A Symposium on Politics, Economics, Society and Culture."
31 July 1997.
Domestic Political Issues.
"The National Government and Central Administration."
Bohdan Krawchenko, Academy of Public Administration, Office of the President of Ukraine.
"Political Parties and Elites."
James Clem, Ukrainian Research Institute.
"Interest Groups and the State.":
Margarita Balmaceda, University of Toledo and Ukrainian Research Institute.
Building Pluralism in Ukraine.
"Ethnicity and Regionalism."
Roman Solchanyk, RAND Corporation.
"Religion, Inter-Confessional Relations and Society."
Andrew Sorokowski, Ukrainian Research Institute.
"Women in Ukrainian Society."
Martha Bohachevsky Chomiak, National Endowment for the Humanities.
"Youthful Perspectives on Contemporary Ukraine."
1 August 1997.
Ukrainian Economy in Transition.
"Ukraine’s Economic Performance."
Daniel Kaufmann, World Bank.
"Economic Administration and Reforms."
Jeffrey Sachs, Harvard University.
Ukraine’s International Economic Relations.
"Ukraine’s Integration into the Global Economy."
Oleh Havrylyshyn, International Monetary Fund.
"Ukraine and International Financial Institutions."
Anders Aslund, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
"Ukrainian Independence in Historical Perspective."
Roman Szporluk, Director, Ukrainian Research Institute.
2 August 1997.
Ukrainian Culture and Identity in a Period of Flux.
"The New Cultural Discourse and Literary Debates."
Solomea Pavlychko, Institute of Literature, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
"Performing and Fine Arts."
Victor Baley, University of Nevada.
"Identity and Language in Ukraine: A New Old Dimension."
Yuri Shevchuk, New School for Social Research.
"Historical Consciousness and National Identity." Roundtable.
Martha Bohachevsky Chomiak, Bohdan Krawchenko, Roman Solchanyk and Andrew Sorokowski.
"Population Characteristics and Demographic Trends."
Oleh Wolowyna, Informed Decisions, Inc.
"Independent Ukraine in Comparison with Other Post-Soviet States."
Alexander Motyl, Harriman Institute, Columbia University.