This paper focuses on Christmas customs and traditions of a Ukrainian Canadian family. Includes a project proposal.
"A Study on Ukrainian Embroidery Traditions among Ukrainian Canadians" describes the linear development of Ukrainian embroidery tradition in Edmonton, Canada. Includes: questionnaire and material list.
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.Hong, Sogu
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.Hong, Sogu
The paper "Mykola Kostomarov and Ukrainian Folklore" aims at examining Kostomarov and his attempts at finding the differences in national character between Ukrainians and Russians to construct the entirety of the Ukrainian national character.Hong, Sogu
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.Hong, Sogu
"Ukrainian dumplings and Ukrainian Canadians' foodways" describes the folk cookery or foodways of Ukrainian-Canadians and in particular varenyky or pyrohy.
This paper discusses the Ukrainian customs and rites related to pregnancy and childbirth that are presently being done by Ukrainians and Ukrainian Canadians. Includes project proposal.
Summary of the study "Ukrainian Customs and Rites Related to Pregnancy and Childbirth". This summary corresponds to the paper UF1996.019.Hong, Sogu
"Study on Ukrainian Ethnic Jokes" describes jokes collected in Edmonton that encompass perceived behavior, customs, personality, or other traits of Ukrainians. Includes questionnaire and recorded interviews.