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Holodomor Workshop for Graduate Students and Early Career Scholars


The Holodomor Research and Education Consortium (HREC) announces the Holodomor Workshop, to be held in Toronto June 6-7, 2014. 


Approximately eight graduate students and early career scholars will be selected to discuss their work and exchange ideas in a workshop facilitated by professors Andrea Graziosi, University of Naples, and Olga Andriewsky, Trent University, with the participation of other senior scholars. Each session will be devoted to discussion of one paper. The workshop will be conducted in English. Room and board and travel expenses will be covered by HREC.


Deadline for applications and requirements:

HREC invites proposals from graduate students and early career scholars (i.e., those who have completed their doctoral degrees within the past five years) in relevant academic disciplines, including history, comparative genocide studies, literature, anthropology, cultural studies, psychology, demography, sociology, and law. Awards will be granted on a competitive basis.


To apply, please send a 250-500 word summary of the proposed paper together with a c.v. and one faculty recommendation to, subject line: Holodomor Workshop. The deadline for applications is March 15.


Applicants must commit to submitting a paper by May 23. Papers will be circulated among other participants in advance of the workshop. 


HREC is a project of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta. HREC promotes research on the Holodomor and works to ensure that the man-made famine of 1932–33 in Ukraine is represented in curricula.


For more information, contact Marta Baziuk at; 416 923-4732.

  • Інтерв’ю Петра Штурина, Віце Президента КУК-Торонто, та Тараса Кузьо (Канадійський Інститут Українських Студій) на CTV News 17 грудня 2013 р.
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  • Інтерв’ю Маркіяна Швеця, колишнього Президента КУК-Торонто, на CTV News 9 грудня 2013 р. щодо ситуації в Україні 

Вшанування жертв Голодомору в Україні 1932-33 рр.  відео
UCC-Toronto Remembrance Day 2012, Toronto Sun
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Вітання Голови КУК О. Реви на Всеканадській вчительській конференції
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Вітання Голови КУК О. Реви
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Interview with Valentyna Kuryliv
Human Rights Museum under Fire (Radio Canada International)
All-Day Ukrainian Schools (Article by M. Shwec)
Збережімо для нащадків рідну мову на чужині 

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We continue to build our future on the basis of a very solid foundation developed and implemented by generations of Ukrainian Canadians before us.  The Congress has been serving the community for more than half a century and we continue to do so in an effective and inclusive manner.  We fulfill our mandate by coordinating and leading key community celebrations, such as Ukraine’s Independence Day (in August), Remembrance Day (in November), Ukraine's Reunification Day (in January), and all major community and historic milestones that have a significant impact on our community.

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