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- CA BMUFA 0213
This collection contains an analysis of the structure of a poetic form "dumy" for mood, emphasis, and rhythm on the overall effect of the poem.
- CA BMUFA 0111-2
The file consists of supporting materials for Rena Hanchuk's MA Thesis on Ukrainian Folk Medicine including: notes to Dr. Medwidsky, other correspondence, proposal outlines, bibliography, questionnaire, interview transcripts, and audio recordings of interviews.
Hanchuk, Rena Jeanne
- CA BMUFA 0073-1986.004
Essay 1: "Tini Zabytuh Predkiv" is a book review on character development of Ivan Paliichuk and stylistic developments to describe the author's overall goal. Written for the course UKR 425..
Essay 2: "Ukrainian Mixed Marriages" focuses on marriage as a rite of passage. This diachronic study shows differences and similarities between a Ukrainian wedding which took place in Poland 30 years ago and several mixed marriages which took place in Canada. bib., quest. written for the course UKR 425. Includes: project proposal.
- CA BMUFA 0108
The collection consists of a fieldwork project and final papers done by Markian Kowaliuk for the Ukrainian Folklore courses at the University of Alberta.
- CA BMUFA 0049
The collection consists of field materials collected by Sogu Hong during his courses at the Ukrainian Folklore program, University of Alberta, as well as essays on a wide range of Ukrainian folklore topics: Ukrainian folk songs, ethnic jokes; immigrant tombstones; calendar customs and family rites, such as Christmas, childbirth, weddings; folk arts and crafts; foodways, and others.
- CA BMUFA 0049-9-1996.064
Content analysis of Mykhailo Drahomanov's "Malorusskiia narodnyia predaniia I razskazy" on purpose and examination of text. Including notes on the author's description, scientific methods of research, classification of folksongs and folktales, and the significance of the work.
- CA BMUFA 0049-9-1996.065
Content analysis of the book "The History and Present State of Research" by Petrov, Kuzela, and Odarchenko. Including notes on the the beginnings of Ukrainian ethnography, Romantic-Ethnographic Populism, Realistic Populism, and other varieties of ethnographic research.
- CA BMUFA 0102-1984.024
This project describes the differences between old immigrant folklore, complex and the new, and ethnic complex in the development of Ukrainian Canadian folklore.
- CA BMUFA 0073
This collection contains a book review and an essay on Ukrainian mixed marriages written by Walter Garbera for his Ukrainian courses.