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Myroslav Shkandrij

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For Myroslav Shkandrij’s webpage and selected academic publications, see:

http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/arts/departments/german_and_slavic/staff/shkandrij.html

Ukraine Euromaidan and Beyond. Part 2

From the Euro­maidan rev­o­lu­tion to the ongo­ing cri­sis and the role of women in both. Uni­ver­sity of Win­nipeg. June 23, 2015. Room 2m70, 7.00 pm Par­tic­i­pants: Alexan­dra Shkan­drij, Mod­er­a­tor Myroslav Shkan­drij, Uni­ver­sity of Man­i­toba Natalia Obraztsova (Kuch­menko), Taras Shevchenko Uni­ver­sity, ...

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Ukraine Euromaidan and Beyond. Part 1

From the Euromaidan revolution to the ongoing crisis and the role of women in both. University of Winnipeg. June 23, 2015. Room 2m70, 7.00 pm Participants: Alexandra Shkandrij, Moderator MyroslavShkandrij, University of Manitoba Natalia Obraztsova (Kuchmenko), Taras Shevchenko University, Kyiv ...

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Speech by Myroslav Shkandrij on May 8, 2015

This speech was deliv­ered at the Vimy Ridge Park, Winnipeg on May 8th, 2015. May 8 and the End of WW2 Commemoration Ceremony. ______________________________ This year May 8 has been designated the day on which Ukraine marks the end of World War Two ...

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Euromaidan – One Year Later

This speech was delivered at the Manitoba Legislature, Winnipeg, on December 7, 2014 ________________________________________ We met here just over a year ago (on December 2, 2013) in the first demonstration of solidarity with the Euromaidan. Since then we have witnessed ...

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Shevchenko’s Image of Jews in “Haidmakas”

In his Haidamaky (Haidamakas, 1841) Taras Shevchenko deals with a historical flashpoint in Ukrainian-Jewish relations. This powerful and controversial early poem describes the great peasant uprising of 1768 known as Koliivshchyna, in the course of which thousands of Poles and Jews were massacred. ...

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Where is Ponomarev?

What happened to the separatist leader who called himself the ‘voice of the people’? From the beginning of the separatist revolt on 12 April, Viacheslav Ponomarev pronounced himself the ‘people’s mayor’ of Sloviansk. He immediately became one of the most ...

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On the Effects of Viewing Russian Television

Russian and Ukrainian viewers react differently to Russian TV coverage. In Russia, where broadcasting is tightly controlled by the state and mainstream media is not allowed to criticize government policy, television shapes the thinking of many viewers. Vladimir Putin, by ...

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