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  • Additional information related to the Annual Famine Lectures in 1998-2006 can be found here 
  • Alexander Motyl (Professor of Political Science, Rutgers University), delivered the Toronto Annual Ukrainian Famine Lecture: "The Holodomor and History: Bringing the Ukrainians Back In" on November 9, 2012. A summary of the lecture is available here. Listen to the audio record of the lecture here.
  • The 2012 Toronto Annual Ukrainian Famine Lecture photo gallery:
  • Graduate Student Symposium 2012 photo gallery:
  • Norman Naimark (Robert and Florence McDonnell Professor in East European Studies, Stanford University), delivered the Toronto Annual Ukrainian Famine Lecture entitled "The Ukrainian Holodomor: Stalin and Genocide" on 16 November of 2011. Listen to the audio record of the lecture here. The summary of the lecture is available here.

  • Oleh Wolowyna (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) gave the Toronto Annual Ukrainian Famine Lecture on Tuesday, November 9, 6 - 8 pm. The title of this years lecture is Demographic Assessment of the Holodomor Within the Context of the 1932-1933 Famine in the USSRUsing the most comprehensive set of data available to date and original documents not included in previous research, as well as sophisticated demographic methodologies, a team of demographers at the Institute of Demography and Social Research of the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences (including Omelian Rudnytsky, Pavlo Shevchuk, Natalia Levchuk, and the speaker, who talked on behalf of the entire group) has been working for the last year to provide more definite answers to these questions. Listen to the audio record of the lecture here. The summary of the lecture is available here.

  • Ukrainian Famine Lecture, November 17, 2009. Co-sponsored by the Centre for European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies, the Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies, the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Toronto Branch, the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, and the Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine. Andrea Graziosi (University of Naples, Italy). Summary: text. Audio recording: "The Holodomor and the Soviet Famines, 1931-33"
    http://www.utoronto.ca/jacyk/audio/graziosi_famine.mp3
  • Roundtable “Perspectives on Media and Communications in Ukraine”(March 27, 2009) video in Ukrainian
  • Videorecording of Symposium "The Holodomor of 1932-33: a 75th Anniversary Conference on the Ukrainian Famine-Genocide"(November 1, 2007)

The Petro Jacyk Program for the Study of Ukraine, in conjunction with the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies and the Ukrainian Canadian Research and Documentation Centre, sponsored a 75th anniversary conference on the Ukrainian Famine-Genocide in November 2007. The papers presented at this event have now appeared in a special ‘Holodomor’ issue of The Harriman Review, published by the Harriman Institute at Columbia University. It includes articles by Mykola Riabchuk, Liudmyla Grynevych,  Hennadii Boriak, and Iryna Matiash. This publication can be accessed online the Harriman Institute Web site. Synopsis of the event in English and in Ukrainian.

 

   
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