Orest T. Martynowych

Mymka Scholar-in-Residence
Office: 211 St. Andrew’s College
E-mail: o_marty@mymts.net


ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL CAREER
• PhD Candidate (lapsed), Russian & East European History, University of Toronto
• MA, Canadian History, University of Manitoba (1978)
• BA (Hon), History, University of Manitoba (1973)                                   

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• Scholar-in-Residence, Centre for Ukrainian-Canadian Studies, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg MB, 2010 -
• Research Associate, Ukrainian-Canadian Program, Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton AB, 1985-1989; 2000 – 2009
• Historical Consultant, Historic Sites Service, Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism, Old St. Stephen’s College, Edmonton, 1984-85
RESEARCH INTERESTS
History of Ukrainians in Canada (political movements and ideologies, church history, popular culture, Ukrainians in Winnipeg); History of Modern Ukraine (Galician Radicalism, Revolution of 1917-18, interwar Nationalism)
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Books
• Ukrainians in Canada: The Formative Years, 1891-1924 (Edmonton: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press, University of Alberta, 1991), xxxi, 562 pp.
http://www.ciuspress.com/catalogue/ukrainians-in-canada/141/ukrainians-in-canada--the-formative-years%2C-1891-1924

• The Ukrainian Bloc Settlement in East Central Alberta, 1890-1930. Occasional Paper No. 10, Historic Sites Service, Alberta Culture, Edmonton, 1985 [1990].  421 pp.

Articles
• “Sympathy for the Devil: The Attitude of Ukrainian War Veterans in Canada to Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1933-1939,” in Rhonda Hinther and Jim Mochoruk, eds., Re-Imagining Ukrainian Canadians: History, Politics and Identity (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2011), 173-220.
http://www.utppublishing.com/Re-Imagining-Ukrainian-Canadians-History-Politics-and-Identity.html
• “Polkovnyk Ievhen Konovalets u Kanadi” [Colonel Yevhen Konovalets in Canada] in Pamiatky: Arkeohrafichnyi Shchorichnyk VII (Kyiv: Derzhavnyi komitet Arkhiviv Ukrainy, 2007), 368-78.
• “‘All that Jazz!’: The Avramenko Phenomenon in Canada, 1925-1929” in Journal of Ukrainian Studies XXVIII (2) (Winter 2003), 1-29.
• “Joseph Czerniawski” and “Tymofei Koreichuk” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography, vol. XIV (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1998), 260-62, 562-63.
COURSES TAUGHT
2004-2005 History 391: Ukrainians in Canada
2001-2002 History 391: Ukrainians in Canada

 

 

 

  • Dr. Roman Yereniuk
  • Orest Martynowych - History
  • Dr. Robert Klymasz - Ukrainian Canadian Heritage Studies
  • Julia Ivaniuk
  • Marta Teslyuk
  • Dr. Natalia Aponiuk - Ukrainian
  • Fr. Roman Bozyk - Religion
  • Dr. James Bugslag - Fine Arts
  • Dr. George Chuchman - Economics
  • Dr. Davis Daycock - Political Studies 
  • Dr. Oleh Gerus - History
  • Dr. Denis Hlynka Education
  • Dr. Stella Hryniuk - History
  • Iryna Konstantiuk - Ukrainian
  • Rev. Dr. Oleh Krawchenko
  • Olexandr Shevchenko - History