Dissertations

The Centre for Ukrainian Canadian Studies maintains a library of research papers dealing with issues of interest to the Ukrainian Canadian community. Under the direction of Dr. Orest Cap, Acting Director, the Centre has begun to make its public aware of critical documents which play a role in the understanding of Ukrainian Canadian culture. Through the Centre, these documents are available to scholars for research and study.

  • Cap, Ihor (1995).  A STUDY OF USEFULNESS AND EFFECTIVENESS OF A SELF-INSTRUCTIONAL PRINT MODULE ON MULTICULTURAL BEHAVIOUR CHANGE IN APPRENTICES IN MANITOBA. Read abstract...
  • Cherwick, Brian A. (1999). Polkas on the Prairies: Ukrainian Music and the Construction of Identity. Read abstract...
  • Filenko, Taras. (1998). Ethnic Identity, Music and Politics in Nineteenth-Century Ukraine: The World of Mykola Lysenko. Read abstract...
  • Krekhovetsky, Luba. (1998). Writing Ethnicity on the Internet: Communicative Practices of the Ukrainian Virtual Community. Read abstract...
  • Mellamphy, Janelle. (1996). Youlogy: Self/Portrature, Canada, and Taras Polataiko's YOU Series. Read abstract...
  • Ostryzniuk, Natalie. (1998). Savella Stechishin: A Case Study of Ukrainian-Canadian Women Activism in Saskatchewan, 1920-1945. Read abstract...
  • Pawlowsky, Alexandra. (1997). Ukrainian Canadian Literature in Winnipeg: A Socio-Historical Perspective, 1908-1991. Read abstract...

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