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
5 October 1995.
"Nationalism: The ŌNon-ExistentÕ Question in Ukrainian Socialist Thought before the Revolution."
Anna Procyk, Associate Professor of History, School of Visual Arts, Pace University, New York.
12 October 1995.
"The Current State of Ukrainian Historical Studies."
Yaroslav Dashkevych, Director, LÕviv Branch, Institute of Ukrainian Archeography, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
19 October 1995.
Lecture Series on the 400-th Anniversary of the Church Union of Brest:
"The Creation of the Moscow Patriarchate and the Genesis of the Union of Brest."
Borys Gudziak, Director, Institute of Church History, LÕviv.
24 October 1995.
"The Social and Economic Foundation of Modern Ukrainian Anti-Semitism."
Henry Abramson, Professor of Jewish Studies, Cornell University (co-sponsored with the Study Group on Jewish in Modern Europe, Center for European
26 October 1995.
"Mykhailo Hrushevskyi and the Soviet Secret Police."
Yuri Shapoval, Institute of Nationality Relations and Political Science, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
2 November 1995.
"TatishchevÕs Fraud? Some Fabricated Documents in the Russian History."
Olexiy Tolochko, Institute of Ukrainian Archeography, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
9 November 1995.
"Orpheus Unbound: The Origins of Ukrainian Avant Garde in the Music of the 1960s." Virko Baley, Professor of Music,
University of Nevada.
16 November 1995.
"The Post-Communist Condition in Ukraine: Culture, Power, and the Elite."
Yevhen Bystrytsky, Institute of Philosophy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
29 November 1995.
"Present State of Polish-Ukrainian Relations."
30 November 1995.
"Ukrainian Nationalism Revisited: A New Theoretical Approach."
Heorhii Kasianov, Senior Research Fellow, Institute of History, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
7 December 1995.
"Bibliographic and Information Systems in the Humanities and Social Sciences in Ukraine."
Iaroslav Isaievych, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and President, International Association of Ukrainian Studies.
8 February 1996.
"Political Party Development in Ukraine."
James Clem, Post-Doctoral Fellow, Russian Research Center.
15 February 1996.
"The Laodicean Epistle, the Kievan Jew Zakharia, and the Judaizers."
Moshe Taube, Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
22 February 1996.
"Music and Society in Post-Communist Ukraine."
Yakov Gubanov, Kiev State Conservatory.
29 February 1996.
"Resistance in the Gulag: Ukrainian Leadership of Uprisings in Soviet Labor Camps after World War II."
Marta Craveri, Istituto Universitario Europeo, Florence.
5 March 1996.
"Politics and the Mass Media in Ukraine: An Overview and Recent Trends."
Oleksandr Tkachenko, President "Nova Mova" Television Production Company, Kiev.
14 March 1996.
"The Tamma of Kiev and the Mongol Conquests."
Donald Ostrowski, Harvard University Extension School.
21 March 1996.
"The Impact of Western Economic Ideas on the Process of Market Transformation in Ukraine."
Anna Klimina, Institute of Economics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and Visiting Scholar, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
11 April 1996.
Roundtable: "Ukraine and Poland: Reflections on the Postwar Past and Relations after Communism."
Krzysztof Pomian, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris.
George Grabowicz, Harvard University.
Roman Szporluk, Harvard University.
Teresa Rakowska-Harmstone, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
18 April 1996.
"Ethno-political Problems in Contemporary Ukraine."
Serhii Rymarenko, Institute of Ethnic and Political Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and Visiting Scholar, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
24-25 April 1996.
"Chornobyl: Ten Years Later."
A Symposium, Jointly Sponsored with the University Committee on Environment:
24 April 1996.
"The First Hours, Days, and Weeks of the Chornobyl Disaster: Some Personal Recollections" (in Ukrainian, with English translation).
Volodymyr Korniichuk, Lt. Gen., Ukrainian Militia.
Films: "The Chornobyl Accident: A Chronicle of the Sarcophagus Construction" (1996), "While We Still Live..."
(experts) (1992) (Volodymyr Kuznetsov, Director).
The screening will be followed by a discussion of the films director, Volodymyr Kuznetsov (in Ukrainian, with English translation).
25 April 1996.
Opening Remarks, George Grabowicz, Director, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
"Environmental Problems in the Wake of Chornobyl."
John Dillon, Knight Science Journalism Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
"Nuclear Power and Energy Problems in the Wake of Chornobyl."
Sergei Skokov, Managing Director of "Logos 92 Ltd.", Scientific and Production Co., Kharkiv, Ukraine, and Muskie Fellow, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
"Socio-demographic Consequences of Chornobyl."
Natalia Lakiza-Sachuk, Project Director, Department of Economic Strategy, National Institute for Strategic Studies at the Council of National Security of Ukraine, and Visiting Scholar, Georgetown University.
"Economic Consequences of Chornobyl."
Anna Klimina, Research Associate, Institute of Economics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, and Visiting Scholar, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University.
"Political and Social Consequences of Chornobyl."
Jane Dawson, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Wellesley College.
"Chornobyl Ten Years Later: An Update from the Front."
Richard Wilson, Mallinckrodt Professor of Physics, Harvard University. 1 cassette
1 May 1996.
"The Union of Brest (1596) in Its Historical Context" (Petryshyn Memorial Lecture).
Francis J. Thomson, University of Antwerp, Belgium.
10 April 1996.
Les Kurbas Theater of Lviv Performs: GAMES FOR FAUST (based on Fyodor DostoyevskyÕs Crime and Punishment).
17 July 1996.
Roundtable: The State of Ukrainian Independence.
Lubomyr Hajda, Moderator. Borys Gudziak, Fr. Andrij Partykevich and Andrew Sorokowski.
31 July 1996.
Roundtable: "Youthful Perspectives on Contemporary Ukraine."
Discussion involving the Summer Institute's students and teaching staff from Ukraine.