- CA BMUFA 0179
- 1985, 1986, 1987
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This collection includes essays on Ukrainian customs in Canada, korovai as a folk art, and the Ukrainian Museum of Canada. Also included is an article review.
15 mini-DVs with her fieldwork - digital copies of her originals
The collection consists of an interview with Dr. Bohdan Medwidsky conducted by Mariya Lesiv and Nadya Foty in 2009.
A collection of course work by Mark Bandera including book reviews, annotated bibliographies, and essay on topics such as folklore, folksongs, tsymbaly, and bandury.
Bandera, Mark Jaroslav
The collection consists of a fieldwork project and final papers done by Markian Kowaliuk for the Ukrainian Folklore courses at the University of Alberta.
Maryna Hrymych was part of the team of four scholars who went to Brazil in May 2009 together with Andriy Nahachewsky, Serge Cipko and John Lehr. The goal of this research trip was to explore history, daily life, cultural landscape and traditional culture of Ukrainians in Brazil. Ukrainians started immigrating to Brazil in the end of the 19th century and settled mostly in the states of Parana and Santa Catarina. After the trip, all four researchers donated their photographs to the Bohdan Medwidsky Ukrainian Folklore Archives.
The collection consists of two interviews Maryna Hrymych conducted with Bohdan Medwidsky in Edmonton in 2009
The collection consists of personal papers, letters, addresses, translations, and scrapbooks. The documents show Michaele Luchkovich's activities as a member of Parliament and community leader. It also contains materials of his translation projects, literary discussions, and political debates.
The collection consists of materials assembled by the creator when he served as secretary for the Ukrainian Catholic Council, the Ukrainian Catholic Brotherhood, and the Honorary Committee of a banquet in honor of Cardinal Slipyi. The collection includes correspondence, minutes, and financial reports. It also contains discrete materials of other organizations where the creator was a member, newspaper clippings, bulletins, photographs, and honorary charters.
The collection comprises two volumes of newspaper clippings and other related documents (such as press releases, minutes of meetings, official letters) entitled "Alleged War Criminals in North America." The publications reflect debates around accusations of war crimes.
Kucher, Michael Stanislaw
The collection consists of assignments for various folklore classes at the University of Alberta including Ukrainian Material Culture (UKR-527), Ukrainian Folk Art and Performance (UKR-528), Rites of Passage (UKR-525), Ukrainian Calendar Customs (UKR-526), Ukrainian Folk Songs (UKR-522), Ukrainian Folk Prose (UKR-523), and Ukrainian Folklore in Canada (UKR-532).
The collection includes the following projects:
Recollections of Ropchan (Rapchan) brothers, as well as indexes and transcripts of interviews conducted by Monica for her dissertation are also part of this collection.
The collection consists of materials related to Mychailo Holynsky carrier as opera singer. It includes concert programs, posters, newspaper clippings about the creator, his concert tuxedo and embroidered silky necktie, correspondence, photographs, and recordings of Holynsky singing.
The collection consists of photographs of Ukraine and its people taken by Myeong Lee in 2006 in Ukraine. The images depict calendar customs, rituals, and everyday life of Ukrainians.
Lee, Myeong Jae
A collection of songs and customs collected from Alberta residents: Mariia Mykytiv, Hafiia Ianyshevs'ka, Iustyna Visniuk, Maria Husak, Marusia Kuz'o-Hura, Ol'ha Hladun, includes carols (koliadky i shchedrivky), spring songs (haivky), kolomyiky, religious songs, love songs, wedding songs, Easter songs, harvest songs, as well as descriptions of wedding customs and rituals.
The audio cassettes contain carols, shchedrivky, religious songs; wedding songs; folk songs; ballads; kolomyiky; obzhynkovi songs; Easter songs recorded by Myra Petriw from Ol'ha Hladun, Maria Kuzio-Hura, Iustyna Visniuk and Maria Husak.
The collection consists of fieldwork materials collected by Nadia Dmitriuk for her Ukrainian Folklore courses at the University of Alberta and include proverbs and sayings, as well as wedding songs and other traditional songs.