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Collection · 1970s-2000s

The collection consists of video recordings created during fieldwork by folklore students, graduate students, faculty, and other researchers associated with the Kule Folklore Centre.

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Kule Folklore Centre Library
CA kufc-libr 0310 · Collection · 1890s-present

The library houses thousands of publications on the topics of Ukrainian folklore and ethnography, general folklore theory, Ukrainian Canadian and other dispora community life, folk art, dance, music, and other.

Kule Folklore Centre
CA BMUFA 0236 · Collection · 10 January 2019

The collection consists of photographs of the event organized by the KuFC to celebrate Ukrainian Christmas in January 2019. The event was held at the Student Lounge at the Arts & Convocation Hall, University of Alberta, and was well attended by people from MLCS, Arts Centres and Institutes, and Ukrainian Canadian community. Traditional Ukrainian Christmas dishes were served and carols were sung by the participants.

Kule Folklore Centre
Local Culture project
CA BMUFA 0003 · Collection · 2003-2005

The goal of the Local Culture and Diversity on the Prairies project was to document everyday life, ethno-cultural identity and regional variation among people of Ukrainian, French, German and English heritage. How did people from diverse backgrounds interact, adapt and become "prairie Canadians" in the first half of the twentieth century? What was the relationship between cultural inheritance and local community participation? How did they express their various identities on the local community level? The project was designed to generate a great deal of documentary information and primary resources for further research in many aspects of these people's lives.

The collection consists of some 800 hours of audio recordings documenting life in approximately 450 different locations on the Prairies and across Canada prior to 1939, as well as video recordings, photographs, documents, field notes and other material associated with the project.

Kule Folklore Centre
CA BMUFA 0294 · Collection · 1970-1999

The collection consists of the follow publications related to multiculturalism and bilingual education:

  • Вісник Світового Конґресу Вільних Українців 1981
  • Засвоєння української. Порадник / Ukrainian Acquisition Gadres I-VI Alberta Education 1977
  • Славутич, Яр. Нова Дійсність Нове Майбутнє. XVII Конґрес Українців Канади Ukrainian Canadian Congress Headquorters 1992
  • Українська мова за зорово-слуховою методою Ukrainian Canadian Committee 1968
  • Український Учитель в Канаді Бюлетень Крайового Центру Шкільних Рад при Комітеті Українців Канади 1981-1984
  • ACCENT Newsletter of the Southern Alberta Heritage Language Association 1992
  • Alberta Modern Language Journal, the Multicultural Education Council of the Alberta Teachers' Association 1983-1996
  • Alberta Parents for Ukrainian Education Newsletter. Батьківський Комітет Сприяння Українській Освіті в Альберті 1991
  • Biculturalism?? A Multicultural Policy for Saskatchewan 1973
  • Bilash, Olenka. Why Bilingual Education? The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies. The English-Ukrainian Bilingual Program ; Bilingualism 1978-1979
  • Bilingual Education in Alberta. An Information Package Prepared for Participants in the Colloquium on Bilingual Education in Alberta Alberta Education. Language Service 1986
  • Building Canada. Third National Conference on Multicultural and Intercultural Education. Building the Bridges; Alberta Association for Multicultural Education 1987
  • Bulletin Alberta Cultural Heritage Council 1975-1977
  • Bulletin Canadian Council for Multicultural and Intercultural Education 1982
  • Bulletin Canadian Ethnic Studies Association 1984
  • Bulletin: Infoaction Commissioner of official Languages 1994
  • Canadian Plains Bulletin Canadian Plains Research Center 1988-1991
  • CEESSA Bulletin Central and Eastern European Studies Society of Alberta 1986
  • Collaborator Educational Quality Indicators 1989
  • Communications Alberta Education; Communications Branch 1977-1978
  • CPF National Newsletter Canadian Parents for French 1983
  • CUE: Communications Update for Educators Access Network 1989-1990
  • Cultural Contact: Arts & Multiculturalism Newsletter Edmonton Parks and Recreation 1989-1993
  • Cultures Canada Multiculturalism Canada; Multiculturalism Directorate, Department of the Secretary of State 1985
  • Current Second Language and Bilingual (Partial Immersion) Program Activities in Alberta Alberta Education. Language Services 1987
  • Dialogue: A Newsletter of the Teaching of English and French as Second Languages Council of Ministers of Education 1983
  • EMS Members Bulletin Edmonton Multicultural Society 1996
  • Ethic Review Edmonton Multicultural Society 1985-1986
  • Ethno Canada Canadian Ethnocultural Council 1990
  • Evaluation of a Ukrainian-English Bilingual Program Edmonton Catholic School 1975-1977
  • Foundation News A Semi-Annual Newsletter for Friends and Supporters of the Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies 1998
  • Good News (letter) Ukrainian Bilingual Association of Alberta 1996
  • Heritage Language Bulletin National Heritage Language Resource Unit 1985
  • Heritage Link ___ 1986
  • Images of Our Culture: Multicultural Films in Education from the National Film Board of Canada National Film Board of Canada 1981
  • Infocus Alberta Education 1988-1991
  • Information Bulletin Alberta Education 1987
  • ISLC Newletter ISLC; Intercultural and Second Languages Council 1999
  • Manitoba Parents for Ukrainian Education Inc. Newsletter . 1984-1989
  • Meta A Left Wing Discussion Journal 1979
  • Mosaic éditions SOLEIL publishing inc. 1993-1995
  • Multicultural Connections Edmonton Multicultural Society 1990
  • Multicultural Education Journal the Multicultural Education Council of the Alberta Teachers' Association 1997
  • Multicultural News Grant MacEwan Community College 1986-1987
  • Multiculturalism Multiculturalism Canada; Minister Responsible for Multiculturalism 1975-1983
  • Multiculturalism Canadian Multiculturalism - Equity 1989
  • Multiculturalism (MC) Canadian Coucil for Multicultural & Intercultural Education 1983-1984
  • Multiculturalism (Profile BC) BC Multi Culturalism; Province of British Columbia; Ministry of Provincial Secretary 1991
  • Multinews Minister Reponsible for Multiculturalism 1977
  • Native Education in Alberta: Alberta Native People's View on Native Education Alberta Education 1987
  • Networks Global Education 1988-1991
  • New Challenges Ukrainian Canadian Congress Alberta Provincial Council 1993
  • New Horizons National and International Education 1994
  • Newsletter of the Alberta Teacher's Association Multicultural Education Council of the Alberta Teacher's Association 1989-1996
  • Newsletter of the Canadian Multicultural Educational Foundation CMEF; Canadian Multicultural Educational Foundation 1998
  • Newsletter Бюлетень Ukrainian Resource and Development Center 1987
  • Northern Alberta Heritage Language Association Newsletter 1993-1994
  • Ovation Alberta Education 1989-1991
  • Pacific Northwest Council on Foreign Languages (PNCFL) Newsletter/ Conference Materials PNCFL ; 1982-1994
  • Presunka, Peter. Bicultural Retreat. Planning for Nationhood Canada's Choice 1966-1967
  • Saskatoon Multicultural Council Newsletter / Outreach Inc. 1983-1984
  • Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages newsletter 1988-1996
  • Secound Languages Bulletin Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers 1993
  • Speak Up, Speak Out! A Conference on Language Opportunities and Issues of National and Provincial Importance, Saskatchewan Organization for Heritage Languages Inc. 1994
  • Spectrum Alberta Multicultural Commission 1987-1989
  • Steppes Through Time Alberta Ukrainian Canadian Centennial Committee 1990-1991
  • Supplementary Resources for Instruction in Ukrainian. A Service Publication Alberta Education 1979
  • Survey of Second Language Program Enrolments Alberta Learning; Enhancing Language Learning 1999 (?)
  • Svitovyd Ukrainian Bilingual Program 1979-1983
  • Teaching in a Language Other Than English: The Immersion Approach Alberta Education. Language Service 1983
  • TEMA Saskatchewan Teachers of Ukrainian 1970?-1989
  • The Alberta Ethnic Language Teachers' Association Newsletter (Northern Branch) 1982
  • The Bilingual Family Newsletter Multilingual Maters 1985
  • The Canadian Modern Language Review The Ontario Modern Language Teachers' Association 1977
  • The Courier MLC; Modern Language Council Newsletter 1978-1996
  • The Future of Ukrainian-Canadians in Quebec. Monreal Conference The Federal Government of Canada; Ukrainian Canadian Committee, Robert Bourassa 1972
  • The JETAA No Namae Shimbun 1994
  • Together Multiculturalism and Citizenship Canada 1992
  • Trembita Ukrainian Language Program; Edmonton Catholic School 1977-1991
  • Ukrainian Bilingual Association of Alberta Newsletter 1984
  • Ukrainian Canadian Social Services Newsletter (Edmonton) 1989
  • Ukrainian Language Association Newsletter/ Вісник Асоціація вчителів української мови 1973-1974
  • Ukrainian Resource and Development Centre Centrepieces/Newsletter MacEwan Community College 1987-1999
  • Ukrainian Supplementary Materials Teaching Materials Center 1981
Kule Folklore Centre
Collection · 2006

The collection consists of photos and video footage from the event of the re-naming and additional gift by Drs. Peter and Doris Kule held in the Timms Centre, University of Alberta on 6 September 2006. Recognizing the contribution Ukrainian folklore plays in the development and preservation of Ukrainian culture and heritage, the Kules made another substantial gift to the University of Alberta in September 2006. To honor the Kules’ vision to see the centre expand and grow as a leading entity, the centre was renamed the Peter and Doris Kule Centre for Ukrainian and Canadian Folklore at a ceremony attended by several dignitaries including Dr. Indira Samarasekera, UofA President, and Dr. Daniel Woolf, Dean of Arts.

With this gift, the Kule Centre Endowment and the Kule Fellowship Endowment was established. Funds from the interest generated from these endowments is used for research projects, scholarships, publications and teaching. The Centre has been able to expand beyond Ukrainian Folklore to include Canadian Folklore studies, filling a much needed resource void in Western Canada.

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