HARVARD UKRAINIAN RESEARCH INSTITUTE

SEMINAR IN UKRAINIAN STUDIES
OCCASIONAL LECTURES
SPECIAL EVENTS

1970-1971, 1971-1972, 1972-1973, 1973-1974, 1974-1975, 1975-1976, 1976-1977, 1977-1978, 1978-1979, 1979-1980, 1980-1981, 1981-1982, 1982-1983, 1983-1984, 1984-1985, 1985-1986, 1986-1987, 1987-1988, 1988-1989, 1989-1990, 1990-1991, 1991-1992, 1992-1993, 1993-1994, 1994-1995, 1995-1996, 1996-1997, 1997-1998, 1998-1999

Interviews/Roundtables/Other

HARVARD UKRAINIAN SUMMER INSTITUTE
LECTURES AND SPECIAL EVENTS

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1975-1976

Seminar in Ukrainian Studies

25 September 1975.
"The Ukrainian Economy in Western Interpretation."
I.S. Koropeckyj, Professor, Department of Economics, Temple University.
2 reels

2 October 1975.
"The Strength of Ukrainian as Compared with Other Slavic Languages."
Bohdan Struminsky, Visiting Lecturer, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University. 2 reels

9 October 1975.
"The Bases for International-Legal Recognition of the Statehood of the Ukrainian Republic, 1917-1920."
W. Trembicky, Professor, Jersey City State College.
2 reels

16 October 1975.
"Taras Sevcenko's Try lita and the Problem of Literary Continuity."
Natalia Pylypiuk, Doctoral Candidate, Comparative Literature, Harvard University.
2 reels

23 October 1975.
"Publishing in the Slavic Field."
Charles J. Schlacks, Jr., Editor, Center for International Studies, University of Pittsburgh.
2 reels

30 October 1975.
"Tycyna's Cernihiv."
George G. Grabowicz, Professor, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University.
2 reels

7 November 1975.
"The Polish Problem at the Universities of Kiev and Vilnius in the 1830s to 1840s."
James Flynn, Professor, College of the Holy Cross.
2 reels

13 November 1975.
"The Ukrainian Obsession in Gogol's Life and Work."
Oleh Ilnytzkyj, Doctoral Candidate, Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University.
2 reels

20 November 1975.
"The Tax Reform of the Ministry of State Domains and the Cadastral Records as a Source for the History of the Peasantry of Kharkiv Province."
Zack Deal, Doctoral Candidate, History, Vanderbilt University.
2 reels

4 December 1975.
"Social Mobility in Poland-Lithuania in the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Century."
Antoni Maczak, Professor, University of Warsaw.
2 reels

11 December 1975.
"Slavic Migrations."
Gloria Edynak, Professor, Department of Anthropology, Boston University
John Fine, Professor, Department of History, University of Michigan.
3 reels

15 January 1976.
"The Mythological Interests of Kievan Scholars in the Seventeenth and Beginning of the Eighteenth Century."
Myroslava T. Znayenko, Professor, Department of Foreign Languages, Rutgers University (Newark).
2 reels

16 January 1976.
2 reels

5 February 1976.
"Diplomatic Protocol between the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and Russia in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries."
Andrzej Kaminski, Professor, University of Warsaw and Columbia University.
2 reels

12 February 1976.
"Prolegomena to Ukrainian Intellectual History: The First Period, 1805-1860s."
Omeljan Pritsak, Professor, Harvard University.
2 reels

19 February 1976.
"Ivan Franko and the Theory of Naturalism."
Leonid Rudnytzky, Professor, Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, LaSalle College.
2 reels

26 February 1976.
"The Hagiography of the Iconoclastic Period and the First Attack of the Russes on Byzantium."
Ihor Sevcenko, Professor, Department of Classics, Harvard University, and Ukrainian Research Institute.
2 reels

4 March 1976.
"Library and Information Science in Soviet Ukraine (1964-1976) and the Tasks of Ukrainian Bibliology in the West."
Edward Kasinec, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
2 reels

11 March 1976.
"Dmytro Dontsov and Jurij Klen, 1933-1939."
Roman Olynyk, McGill University.
2 reels

18 March 1976.
"Bohdan Kistjakov'skyj and the Problem of Human Rights in Modern Russia."
Susan Heuman, Columbia University. 2 reels

25 March 1976.
"Peter I, Mazepa, and the Question of Treason."
Orest Subtelny, Professor, Department of History, Hamilton College.
2 reels

1 April 1976.
"Soviet Book Publishing: Its Politics and Economics."
Gregory P. M. Walker, Bodleian Library, University of Oxford.

8 April 1976.
"National Consciousness in Seventeenth-Century Ukraine."
Frank Sysyn, Doctoral Candidate, History, Harvard University.
2 reels

13 April 1976.
"Conceptual Problems in Polish History."
Norman Davies, School of Slavonic Studies, University of London.

15 April 1976.
"The Anti Trinitarians in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries."
George H. Williams, Professor, Divinity School, Harvard University.
3 reels

22 April 1976.
"General Sikorski's Program for Poland's Postwar Boundaries, 1939-1943."
Sarah M. Terry, Russian Research Center, Harvard University.
2 reels

29 April 1976.
"The Identity of Gogol's Vij"
Daniel Laferrière, Professor, Department of German and Russian, Tufts University.
2 reels

6 May 1976.
"The Correspondence between Osyp Nazaruk and Vjaceslav Lypyns'kyj, 1920-1930."
Ivan L. Rudnytsky, Professor, Department of History, University of Alberta, and Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
2 reels

13 May 1976.
"Beauty and Deformity in Baroque Poetry."
Peter L. Rudnytsky, Doctoral Candidate, Comparative Literature, Yale University.
2 reels

20 May 1976.
"The Computer and the Humanist: Problems and Perspectives."
Joseph Raben, Professor, Department of English, Queens College, CUNY.
James Meketa, Aiken Computation Laboratory, Harvard University.
2 reels

25 May 1976.
"Volhynia and the Union of Lublin: A Social and Political Regional Study."
Wladyslaw Pleszczynski, Doctoral Candidate, History, Indiana University.
2 reels

27 May, 1976.
"Censorship in Tsarist Russia."

Gilbert Doctorow, Russian Research Center, Harvard University.
"Tsarist Censorship and the Ukrainian National Movement: The Ems Ukase of 1876.
Roman Solchanyk, Rutgers University (Newark).
2 reels

Special Events

26-27 September 1975.
Conference: "The Ukraine within the USSR: An Economic Balance Sheet."
Seymour L. Wolfbein, Peter Wiles, I. S. Koropeckyj, Stanley H. Cohn, George Logush, Gertrude E. Schroeder, Aron Katsenelinboigen, Carl B. Turner, Abram Bergson, George F. Baker, Herbert S. Levine, David W. Bronson, F. Douglas Whitehouse, Michael Boretsky, Leslie Dienes, Craig ZumBrunnen, Theodore Shabad, Holland Hunter, James W. Gillula, V. N. Bandera, Z. L. Melnyk, Stephen Rapawy, and Michael J. Lavelle, S.J..

24 October 1975.
"The Origins of Rus'."
Omeljan Pritsak, Mykhailo S. Hrushevs'kyj Professor of Ukrainian History, Harvard University.

29-30 May 1976.
Permanent Conference in Ukrainian Studies.
5 reels (housed at the Harvard University Archives)

29 May 1976.
"The Relation of Lesja Ukrajinka’s ‘Kaminnyj hospodar’ to Puskin’s ‘Kamennyj Gost’."
Maria Ovcharenko, Professor, Eastern Illinois University.
"Isolda Biloruka."
Wolodymyr T. Zyla, Professor, Texas Tech University.
"Comparison of the Life and Work of Lesja Ukrajinka with Zygmunt Krasinski."
Roman Kuchar, Professor, Fort Hays Kansas State College.
"Lesja Ukrajinka’s Aesthetic Views."
Bohdan Romanenchuk, Professor, Niagara University.
"Judas Iscariot’s Etude in the Poem ‘Na poli krovy.’".
"Question of Choice in Richard’s Existential Searching in the Drama U Pusci."
Larissa Onyshkevych, Professor, Rutgers University.

30 May 1976. "The Ems Ukase as a Reaction of the Russian Government to Developing Ukrainian National Consciousness of the early 1870s."
Roman Solchanyk, Professor, Rutgers University.
"Russification in the Ukraine in Recent Years."
Nicholas Bohatiuk, Professor, LeMoyne College.
"Russification in Historical Perspective."
Omeljan Pritsak, Professor, Harvard University.