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
4 October 1990.
"Metropolitan of Kiev and all Rus' in the 14-15th Centuries."
Andrei Pliguzov, Institute of History of the USSR, Academy of Science, Moscow, and Research Fellow, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
11 October 1990. .
"The Role of the Northmen in the Rise of the East Slavic Linguistic Group." .
Bohdan Struminsky, Research Associate, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
18 October 1990. .
Murray J. Rosman, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Jewish History, Bar Ilan University, Israel, spoke .
on the topic of his recent book The Lords' Jews: Magnate-Jewish Relations in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth during the Eighteenth Century. 1 cassette
25 October 1990.
"Contemporary Relations among the Nationalities in Ukraine."
Valentin Sazhin, specialist in nationalities problems of Ukraine and formerly with the USSR Academic Institute of Ethnography, Moscow.
1 November 1990.
"A Comparison of Ukrainian and Jewish Folk Dance Music."
Peter Laki, resident musicologist, Cleveland Symphony.
8 November 1990.
"Can Ukraine Survive Perestroika?" (Nation building under conditions of political disintegration and economic collapse)
Alexander Motyl, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Columbia University.
6 December 1990.
"Rusnak, Rusin-Slovak, Ukrajinjec: Problems of Language and Nationality in Yugoslavia."
Horace Lunt, S.H. Cross Professor Emeritus of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University.
13 December 1990.
"The Image of the 'Ruthenian' National Movement in Jan Zachariasiewicz's Swiety Jup."
Roman Koropeckyj, Managing Editor, Harvard Library of Early Ukrainian Literature.
31 January 1990.
"Abelard, Neoplatonism, and the Eastern Church: An Answer to Francis Thomson."
Donald Ostrowski, Research Associate, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
7 February 1991.
"Eisenstein Reconsidered: The Impact of the Invention of Printing in Eastern vs. Western Europe."
Robert Mathiesan, Professor of Slavic Languages, Slavic Department , Brown University .
14 February 1991.
"The Fate of Ukrainian Cultural Treasures during World War II: Archives, Libraries and Museums Under he Third Reich."
Patricia Kennedy Grimsted, Research Associate, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
21 February 1991.
"Economic Problems of Creating an Independent State in the Soviet Union: The Case of Ukraine." Oleksander Savchenko, Senior Researcher, Kiev Institute of National Economy, and Visiting Scholar, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
28 February 1991.
"Dumy as a Symbolic Code for Cultural Transmission."
Oksana Grabowicz, Research Associate, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
7 March 1991.
"Vasyl' Hryhorovych--Barskyj and His Audiences."
Alexander Grishin, The Australian National University.
14 March 1991.
"Rabbie E. Rabinovich of Poltava: The Harbinger of Jewish Orthodoxy in the Russian Empire at the End of the Nineteenth Century."
Yosef Salmon, Professor of History, Ben Gurion University, Israel, and Visiting Scholar, Ukrainian
Research Institute and the Center for Jewish Studies, Harvard University.
21 March 1991.
"Demographic Perspectives on the National Movement in Ukraine."
Lubomyr Hajda, Research Associate, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
Special Lecture Series for April 1991 - "Cultural and Intellectual Developments in Ukrainian and
Neighboring Lands in the Seventeenth Century."
4 April 1991.
"Fides Meletiana: Faith and Trust in the Smotryc'kyj Affair."
David Frick, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of California, Berkeley.
Response: Frank Sysyn, Director, Jacyk Center for Ukrainian Historical Research, University of Alberta.
11 April 1991.
"The Nationalities of the Old Rzeczpospolita: Did They Exist?"
Norman Davies, Professor of History, Oxford University, and Visiting Scholar, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
Response: Omeljan Pritsak, Mykhailo S. Hrushevs'kyj Professor Emeritus of Ukrainian History, Harvard University.
18 April 1991.
"From the Union of Brest to the Moscow Church Council of 1667: On the Reception of Ivan Vyshens'kyi's Writings among the Old Believers."
Harvey Goldblatt, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Yale University.
Response: Ihor Sevcenko, Dumbarton Oaks Professor of Byzantine History and Literature, Harvard University.
25 April - Roundtable Discussion on "Cultural and Intellectual Developments in Ukraine in the Seventeenth Century."
Opening Remarks: George G. Grabowicz, Director, Ukrainian Research Institute. Respondents: Omeljan Pritsak, Ihor Sevcenko, Norman Davies, and Edward Keenan.
2 May 1991.
"From the Declaration to the Real Sovereignty in Ukraine."
Vyacheslav Prilyuk, Chair of Marketing and International Business, Ukrainian Institute of International Business, Kiev State University, and Fulbright Scholar, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University.
19 October 1990.
"The Present Ecological Situation of Ukraine." (In Ukrainian)
Konstantin Sitnik, Dean of the Faculty of Biology, Kiev Medical University, and Chief Ecologist of Ukraine.
23 October 1990.
"Impressions of Ukraine" (Lecture with slides).
Serhij Marchenko, Photo-Editor of Pamiatky Ukrainy.
26 October 1990.
"Joseph Conrad in Ukraine and Russia."
Dmitry Mikhalovich Urnov, Professor of Literature, Institute of Foreign Affairs, Moscow, and Editor-in-Chief, Problems of Literature.
30 October 1990.
"Current Ukrainian Poetry" (In Ukrainian).
20 November 1990.
"The Development of Ukrainian Art." (In Ukrainian)
Hryhory Lotvyn ,
4 December 1990.
"Problems in the Financial and Technological Development of a Free Press in Ukraine." (In Ukrainian)
Volodymyr Ivanenko, School of Journalism, Kiev State University and Chairman of the Kiev Society of Journalists.
26 February 1991.
"The Connection between Iconography and Church Music in Russian and Ukrainian Orthodox Cultures." (In Ukrainian)
Tatiana Vladyshevska, Professor of Musicology, Moscow Conservatory.
26 March 1991.
"G.L. Piatakov and the Evolution of the Soviet System, 1917-1937."
Andrea Graziosi, Researcher, Department of the Theory and History of Public Policy, Universita di Napoli, and Visiting Scholar, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
9 April 1991.
"The Eyalet of Kamianets'-Podil'skyi 1672-1699: The Turkish Period in the History of Podillia."
Dariusz Kolodziejczyk, History Department, Warsaw University, and Visiting Scholar, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
10 April 1991.
"The Role of the Writer in Contemporary Ukrainian Literature."
Volodymyr Dibrova, Washington Correspondent for Narodna Hazeta, and Associate, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Literature.
16 April 1991.
"Observations on the Ukrainian Parliament." (In Ukrainian)
Roman Lubkivskyi, Writers' Union of Ukraine, Lviv, and Deputy, Supreme Soviet.
23 April 1991.
"The Cossack State in the Mid-Seventeenth Century: An Analysis of the Ruina."
Tatiana Yakovleva, Research Fellow, Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies.
6 May 1991.
"The Cult of the Poet and the Ukrainian Literary Revival." (In Ukrainian)
Oksana Zabuzhko, Institute of Philosophy, Ukrainian Academy of Science, Kiev.
9 May 1991.
"The Role of Languages in the Creation of National Consciousness."
22 May 1991.
"The Periodization of Polish and Slavic Literature."
Edward Balcerzan, Professor of Literature, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland.
2 July 1991.
"The Lemko Question in Contemporary Poland." (In Ukrainian)
7-9 September 1990.
Fourth Conference on Ukrainian Economics: "The Ukrainian Economy 1970-1990-2000."
Conference on Economic Reform in Ukraine.
1 April 1991.
Boychuk Poetry Reading.
Bohdan Boychuk, David Ignatow, and Mark Rudman.
29 July 1991.
American Association of Ukrainian Studies.