Courses 2012 - 2013

Term 1

HISTORY OF EASTERN CHRISTIANITY - RLGN 1350 (6 cr. hr.) – This course examines the general history of Eastern Christianity. It studies the doctrines, organization and spirituality of the various churches.
Term 1&2 – both terms (September - April)            Time: Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30-10:20AM
Location: St. Andrew’s College, Classroom D         Instructor: Dr. Roman Yereniuk

INTERMEDIATE UKRAINIAN - UKRN 2720 (6 cr. hr.) – Basic grammar, conversation, composition and reading. Emphasis is placed on communication skills. Cultural content is introduced through a range of audio-visual materials. (Shared with German and Slavic Studies.)
Location: 504 Tier                                                      Time: MWF 12:30-11:20 PM
Instructor: Prof. I. Konstantiuk

INTRODUCTION TO UKRAINE - HIST 2600 (3 cr.hr) - A history of Ukraine and its people beginning with Kyivan Rus’ and ending in the 18th century.
Location: St. Andrew's College, Classroom D          Time: Monday 6:00-9:00 PM
Instructor Prof. O. Shevchenko

UKRAINIAN ARTS IN CANADA - UCHS 3100 (3 cr.hr) - A study of varied aspects of artistic performance and production among Ukrainians in Canada, past and present: music, theatre, dance, cinema, fine arts, broadcasting, visual arts and architecture.
Location: Ukrainian Cultural & Educational Centre          Time: Thursday 5:30-8:15 PM
Instructor: Dr. R. Klymasz

 

Term 2

MAKING OF MODERN UKRAINE - HIST 2610 (3 cr. hr.) – The history of cultural, religious, economic and political forces in the period 1800 to the present.
Location: St. Andrew’s College, Classroom D          Time: Monday 7:00-10:00 PM
Instructor: Dr. D. Daycock

POLITICS, GOVERNMENT AND SOCIETY IN UKRAINE - POLS 3720 (3 cr. hr.) - An analysis of political transition and developemnt in Ukraine. Ukraine's international relations will also be examined.
Location: St. Andrew's College, Classroom D           Time: Tuesday 6:00-9:00 PM
Instructor: Dr. D. Daycock

LATER BYZANTINE ART & ARCHITECTURE - FAAH 3290 (3 cr. hr.) - A study of the later evolution of Byzantine Art and Architecture.
Location: 366 Art Lab                                                  Time: T/Th 1:00-2:20 PM
Instructor: Dr. J. Bugslag