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John-Paul Himka <email@example.com>
University of Alberta
Monograph on Ukrainian Icons and Murals of the Last Judgment in the Carpathians, 15th-18th Centuries
Series of articles on collective memory of World War II in the Ukrainian diaspora, including: "Ethnicity and the Reporting of Mass Murder: Krakivs'ki visti, the NKVD Murders of 1941, and the Vinnytsia Exhumation"; "First Escape: Dealing with the Totalitarian Legacy in the Early Postwar Emigration"; "A Central European Diaspora under the Shadow of World War II: The Galician Ukrainians in North America"; "Victim Cinema: Between Hitler and Stalin: Ukraine in World War II -- The Untold Story."
|Address:||Department of History
University of Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta T6G 2H4
|Primary Phone:||(780) 431-0388|
|Fax Number:||(780) 492-9125|
|List Affiliations:||Advisory Board Member for HABSBURG
|Interests:||European History / Studies
Holocaust, Genocide, and Memory Studies
Religious Studies and Theology
Professor, Department of History and Classics, University of Alberta
University of Alberta
Visiting Assistant Professor, 1977-81, 1984-85
Neporany Postdoctoral Fellow, 1982-84
Assistant Professor, 1985-88
Associate Professor, 1988-92
Department of History and Classics, 1977-79, 1984-
Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 1977-84
Division of East European Studies, 1981
Visiting Professor, 1989-90
OTHER PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Initiator and coordinator, Holocaust Workshop, University of Alberta, 2004-
Representative of the Canadian Association of Slavists to the International Association of Ukrainian Studies, 1995-2001
Associate (Graduate) Chair, Department of History and Classics, University of Alberta, 1995-98
Chair, Advisory Board (Council), Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 1984-94, 2000- (Member, 1989-90)
Member, Advisory Board, Wirth Institute for Austrian and Central European Studies, 1998-
Co-editor for History, Encyclopedia of Ukraine
Member, Advisory Board, Eastern Churches Journal (1995- )
Member, Editorial Board, Austrian History Yearbook (1996- ), Canadian Slavonic Papers (2000- ), HABSBURG (electronic discussion group for scholars interested in the Habsburg monarchy) (1995- ), Journal of Ukrainian Studies (1986-89), Past Imperfect (Edmonton) (1995-98), Skhid-Zakhid (Kharkiv, Ukraine) (1999- ),Working Papers in Ukrainian Studies (electronic publication) (1999- )
Book Review Editor, Harvard Ukrainian Studies, 1982
Member, Ukrainian Academy of Arts and Sciences in the US, Shevchenko Scientific Society in Canada
PhD University of Michigan 1977 History
BA (high honors) University of Michigan 1971 Byzantine- Slavonic Studies
FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
2005 Philip Lawson Award for Excellence in Teaching
2003 Faculty of Arts Research Award for Full Professors
2001-02 Killam Annual Professorship
1999-2002 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Research Grant
1994-95 McCalla Research Professorship
1991-93 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Research Grant
1989 Prize from the Antonovych Foundation ($5,000 US), for the book Galician Villagers and the Ukrainian National Movement in the Nineteenth Century
1985 Lesia and Petro Kovalev Award of the Ukrainian National Women's League of America, 2nd Prize ($1,000 US), for the book Socialism in Galicia
1984-87 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Research Grant (awarded 1984; used 1985-87)
1982-83 Neporany Postdoctoral Fellowship
Religion and Nationality in Western Ukraine: The Greek Catholic Church and the Ruthenian National Movement in Galicia, 1867-1900. Montreal; Kingston, Ontario; London; Ithaca: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1999.
Galician Villagers and the Ukrainian National Movement in the Nineteenth Century. Edmonton, London and New York: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Macmillan, St. Martin's Press, 1988. Polish translation of extract in Zustriczi. Kwartalnik ukraiński (Warsaw) (1990).
Socialism in Galicia: The Emergence of Polish Social Democracy and Ukrainian Radicalism (1860-1890). Cambridge, MA: Distributed by Harvard University Press for the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 1983. Ukrainian translation 2002.
Co-editor (with Andriy Zayarnyuk). Letters from Heaven: Popular Religion in Russia and Ukraine. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, forthcoming.
Co-editor (with Zvi Gitelman, Lubomyr Hajda and Roman Solchanyk). Cultures and Nations of Central and Eastern Europe: Essays in Honor of Roman Szporluk. Cambridge, Mass.: Distributed by the Harvard University Press for the Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 2000. (Simultaneously published as Harvard Ukrainian Studies 22 .)
Co-editor (with Hans-Joachim Torke). German-Ukrainian Relations in Historical Perspective. Edmonton, Toronto: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press, 1994.
Galicia and Bukovina: A Research Handbook about Western Ukraine, Late 19th and 20th Centuries. Historic Sites Service, Occasional Paper, 20. [Edmonton]: Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism, Historic Resources Division, 1990.
(Editor, translator and author of introduction.) Roman Rosdolsky, Engels and the "Nonhistoric" Peoples: The National Question in the Revolution of 1848. Glasgow: Critique Books, 1986.
(Assistant editor.) Rethinking Ukrainian History. Edited by Ivan L. Rudnytsky with the assistance of.... Edmonton: The Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 1981.
1. "Confessional Relations in Galicia." In Paul R. Magocsi and Chris Hann, eds., Galicia: A Multicultured Land (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, in press), 22-35.
2. "Episodes in the Historiography of the Ukrainian Icon." Journal of Ukrainian Studies 29, nos. 1-2 (Summer-Winter 2004): 149-67.
3. "Zanepad ikonohrafichnoi tradytsii. Ikony Strashnoho Sudu na tereni Karpat u 18 storichchi" [The Disintegration of an Iconographic Tradition: Carpathian Last Judgment Icons of the Eighteenth Century]. Pechers'kyi blahovisnyk, 2005, no. 1 (3): 38-41, 48-53.
4. "Antysemityzm, diialoh, samopiznannia" [Antisemitism, Dialogue, Self-Examination]. Krytyka 9, no. 5 (91) (May 2005): 18.
5. "War Criminality: A Blank Spot in the Collective Memory of the Ukrainian Diaspora." Spaces of Identity 5, no. 1 (April 2005). http://www.univie.ac.at/spacesofidentity/_Vol_5_1/HTML/Himka.html
6. "Issues, Outcome and Prospects: The Ukrainian Events." Against the Current 19, no. 7 (115) (March/April 2005). Also available on line:
8. "The Icon of the Last Judgment in the Village of Roztoka, Transcarpathia." In Jarosław Giemza, ed., Zachodnioukraińska sztuka cerkiewna, pt. 2: Materiały z międzynarodowej konferencji naukowej Łańcut-Kotań 17-18 kwietnia 2004 roku (Łańcut: Muzeum-Zamek w Łańcucie; Narodowy Naukowo-Badawczy Ośrodek Konserwatorski Ukrainy, Oddział we Lwowie, 2004), 363-80.
9. "On the Left Hand of God: 'Peoples' in Ukrainian Icons of the Last Judgment." In Janusz Duzinkiewicz, et al., eds., State, Societies, Cultures East and West: Essays in Honor of Jaroslaw Pelenski (New York: Ross Publishing Inc., 2004), 317-49.
10. "Structures of Nineteenth-Century Ukrainian History." HABSBURG Reviews 2003/23, 27 August 2003. Permanently archived at http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.cgi?path=193251064545932.
11. "The Ukrainian Idea in the Second Half of the 19th Century." Kritika New Series 3, no. 2 (Spring 2002): 321-35. Ukrainian translation in Krytyka (2003).
12. "What's in a Region? (Notes on 'Central Europe')." HABSBURG, 8 May 2002, archived in H-Net Discussion. c. 5600 words. Ukrainian translation in Krytyka (2003).
13. "The Propagation of Orthodoxy in Galicia on the Eve of World War I." Ukraina: Kul'turna spadshchyna, natsional'na svidomist', derzhavnist'. Zbirnyk naukovykh prats' 9 (2001): 480-96.
14. "Religious Communities in Ukraine." In Peter Jordan, Andreas Kappeler, Walter Lukan and Josef Vogl, eds., Ukraine: Geographie - Ethnische Struktur - Geschichte - Sprache und Literatur - Kultur - Politik - Bildung - Wirtschaft - Recht, Ostehefte, Sonderband 15. Reihe zu "Österreichische Osthefte," herausgegeben vom Österreichischen Ost- und Südosteuropa-Institut (Vienna: Peter Lang, 2001): 241-58. [=Österreichische Osthefte 42, no. 3-4 (2000).]
15. "Istoriia, khrystyians'kyi svit i tradytsiina ukrains'ka kul'tura: Sproba mental'noi arkheolohii" [History, Christendom and Traditional Ukrainian Culture: Towards a Mental Archeology]. Ukraina Moderna 6 (2001): 7-24.
16. "Introduction," in Gabriele Scardellato, ed., Paul Robert Magocsi: A Bibliography, 1964-2000 (Toronto: Chair of Ukrainian Studies, University of Toronto, 2000), pp. v-ix.
17. "Krakivs'ki visti: An Overview." In Zvi Gitelman, et al., eds. Cultures and Nations of Central and Eastern Europe: Essays in Honor of Roman Szporluk (Cambridge, Mass.: Distributed by the Harvard University Press for the Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 2000), pp. 251-61.
18. Co-editor (with Roman Senkus) and author of introduction. Discussion on the Ukrainian revolution 1917-20. Journal of Ukrainian Studies 24, no. 1 (Summer 1999).
19. "Dimensions of a Triangle: Polish-Ukrainian-Jewish Relations in Austrian Galicia." Polin 12 (1999): 25-48. First published in an abridged version in Cross Currents: A Yearbook of Central European Culture (1993).
20. "The Construction of Nationality in Galician Rus': Icarian Flights in Almost All Directions." In Ronald Grigor Suny and Michael D. Kennedy, eds., Intellectuals and the Articulation of the Nation (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1999), pp. 109-64.
21. "Istoriia Ukrainy ta ukraintsiv u Kanadi u Viddili istorii ta klasyky Al'berts'koho universytetu" [The History of Ukraine and Ukrainians in Canada at the Department of History and Classics of the University of Alberta." In Iar Slavutych, ed., Zakhidn'okanads'kyi zbirnyk, part 3; Kanads'ke Naukove tovarystvo im. Shevchenka, 37 (Edmonton: 1998), pp. 99-119.
22. Editor and author of introduction. Cluster of articles on Galicia. Journal of Ukrainian Studies 23, no. 2 (Winter 1998).
23. "The Transformation and Formation of Social Strata and Their Place in the Ukrainian National Movement in Nineteenth-Century Galicia." Journal of Ukrainian Studies 23, no. 2 (Winter 1998): 2-22. First published in Italian in Quaderni storici (1993).
24. Co-author, co-editor (with Iaroslav Hrytsak). "Lystuvannia Ivana Lysiaka-Rudnyts'koho i Romana Rozdol's'koho" [The Correspondence of Ivan Lysiak-Rudnytsky and Roman Rosdolsky]. Ukraina moderna 2-3 (1997-98): 376-413.
25. "The Case of the Unrecovered Memory." In Bohdan Iakymovych, ed., Prosphonema. Istorychni ta filologichni rozvidky, prysviacheni 60-richchiu akademika Iaroslava Isaievycha (Lviv: Natsional'na Akademia Nauk Ukrainy, Instytut ukrainoznavstva im. I. Kryp"iakevycha; Mizhnarodna Asotsiatsiia Ukrainistiv, 1998), pp. 655-61.
26. "Ukraine in a Grand Narrative of European History: A Review Article." Journal of Ukrainian Studies 23, no. 1 (Summer 1998): 99-105.
27. "Dvi istorii Ukrainy" [Two Histories of Ukraine]. Krytyka 2, no. 7-8 (9-10) (July-August 1998): 18-20.
28. "Ukrainian Collaboration in the Extermination of the Jews during the Second World War: Sorting Out the Long-Term and Conjunctural Factors." In The Fate of the European Jews, 1939-1945: Continuity or Contingency, ed. Jonathan Frankel (New York, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997), Studies in Contemporary Jewry 13 (1997): 170-89. Authorized, abridged Ukrainian translation in Krytyka (Kyiv) (1998).
29. "The State of the Soul in Early Nineteenth-Century Galicia." HABSBURG Reviews 1997/1.
30. "Krakivski visti and the Jews, 1943: A Contribution to the History of Ukrainian-Jewish Relations during the Second World War." Journal of Ukrainian Studies 21, no. 1-2 (Summer-Winter 1996): 81-95. Ukrainian version in Filosofs'ka i sotsiolohichna dumka (1994).
31. "The Issue of Celibacy at the Lviv Provincial Synod of 1891: Unpublished Documents from the Lviv and Przemysl (Peremyshl) Archives." In Mappa Mundi: Zbirnyk naukovykh prats' na poshanu Iaroslava Dashkevycha z nahody ioho 70-richchia, Studia in honorem Jaroslavi Daskevyc septuagenario dedicata, ed. Ihor Hyrych et al. (Lviv, Kyiv, New York: Vydavnytstvo M.P. Kots', 1996), pp. 648-70. [Pp. 648-53 introduction; pp. 654-70 annotated, transcribed documents in Ruthenian and Latin.]
32. "Tserkva i derzhava v Ukraini: Istorychna spadshchyna" [Church and State in Ukraine: The Historical Legacy]. In Svoboda virovyznannia, tserkva i derzhava v Ukraini. Materialy Mizhnarodnoi naukovoi konferentsii, Kyiv 28-30 veresnia 1994 r. (Kyiv: Ukrains'ka pravnycha fundatsiia, 1996), pp. 28-35.
33. "Ukrains'kyi natsional'nyi rukh u Halychyni XIX st. v svitli novykh teoretychnykh prats' pro natsionalizm i natsional'ni rukhy" [The Ukrainian National Movement in Galicia in the Nineteenth Century in Light of New Theoretical Works on Nationalism and National Movements]. In Formuvannia ukrains'koi natsii: Istoriia ta interpretatsii, L'viv-Briukhovychi 27 serpnia 1993 roku: Materialy kruhloho stolu istorykiv Ukrainy (Lviv: 1995), pp. 68-77. [Not the same as the 1994 text with a similar title.]
34. "Relihiia i natsional'nist' na Ukraini: Druha polovyna XVIII-XX stolittia" [Religion and Nationality in Ukraine: From the Second Half of the Eighteenth through the Twentieth Centuries]. In Belarus, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine: The Foundations of Historical and Cultural Traditions in East Central Europe, ed. Jerzy Kloczowski, Jaroslaw Pelenski, Marian Radwan, Jan Skarbek, Stefan Wylezek (Lublin: Institute of East Central Europe/Rome: Foundation John Paul II, 1994), pp. 198-210.
35. "Ukrains'kyi natsional'nyi rukh u Halychyni v svitli novykh teoretychnykh prats' pro natsionalizm i natsional'ni rukhy" [The Ukrainian National Movement in Galicia in Light of New Theoretical Works on Nationalism and National Movements]. In Druhyi Mizhnarodnyi Konhres Ukrainistiv. L'viv, 22-28 serpnia 1993 r. Dopovidi i povidomlennia. Istoriia, part 1, edited by Iaroslav Isaievych and Iaroslav Hrytsak (Lviv, 1994), pp. 215-20.
36. "Metropolita Szeptycki wobec zagadnień reformy wyborczej, 1905-1914" [Metropolitan Sheptytsky on Questions of Electoral Reform, 1905-1914]. In Metropolita Andrzej Szeptycki. Studia i materiały, ed. Andrzej A. Zięba, Polska Akademia Umiejętności, Prace Komisji Wschodnioeuropejskiej, 1 (Kraków: Nakładem Polskiej Akademii Umiejętności, 1994), pp. 143-53.
37. "The National and the Social in the Ukrainian Revolution of 1917-20: The Historiographical Agenda." Archiv für Sozialgeschichte 34 (1994): 95-110.
38. "German Culture and the National Awakening in Western Ukraine before the Revolution of 1848." In German-Ukrainian Relations in Historical Perspective, ed. Hans-Joachim Torke and John-Paul Himka (Edmonton, Toronto: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies Press, 1994), pp. 29-44.
39. Translation and abridgement: Andreas Kappeler, "A 'Small People' of 25 Million: The Ukrainians circa 1900." Journal of Ukrainian Studies 18, nos. 1-2 (Summer-Winter 1993): 85-92.
40. "'Apolohiia' Mykhaila Malynovs'koho: do istorii kryzy u hreko-katolyts'kii tserkvi 1882 roku i kharakterystyky pohliadiv 'sviatoiurtsiv'" [The "Apologia" of Mykhail Malynovsky: A Contribution to the History of the Crisis in the Greek-Catholic Church in 1882 and to the Characterization of the Views of the "St. George Party"]. Zapysky Naukovoho tovarystva imeni T. Shevchenka, vol. 225: Pratsi istorychno-filosofs'koi sektsii (1993): 365-92.
41. Encyclopedia of Ukraine. Vols. 3-5. Edited by Danylo Husar Struk. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993. I was co-editor for History, and author of: "Marxism," "Messianism," "Peasant Strikes in Galicia and Bukovyna," "Podolynsky, Serhii," "Pokrovsky, Mikhail," "Polish Insurrection of 1830-1," "Provisional Government," "Radicalism," "Rakovsky, Khristian," "Revolution of 1848-9 in the Habsburg Monarchy," "Revolution of 1905," "Rozdolsky, Roman," "Ruthenians," "Socialism," "Socialist Revolutionaries," "Ukrainophilism," "World Wars," "Yavorsky, Matvii"; co-author of: "Old Ruthenians," "Paris Peace Treaties of 1947," "Peasants," "Russia," "Ukrainian Radical party," "Warsaw."
42. "The Greek Catholic Church and the Ukrainian Nation in Galicia." In Religious Compromise, Political Salvation: The Greek Catholic Church and Nation-building in Eastern Europe, ed. James Niessen; The Carl Beck Papers in Russian and East European Studies, no. 1003 (Pittsburgh: The Center for Russian and East European Studies, University of Pittsburgh, 1993), pp. 7-26.
43. "Western Ukraine between the Wars." Canadian Slavonic Papers 34, no. 4 (December 1992): 391-412.
44. "Ukrainians, Russians, and Alexander Solzhenitsyn." Cross Currents: A Yearbook of Central European Culture, no. 11 (1992): 193-204.
45. "Nationality Problems in the Habsburg Monarchy and Soviet Union: The Perspective of History." In Nationalism and Empire: The Habsburg Empire and the Soviet Union, ed. Richard L. Rudolph and David F. Good (New York: St. Martin's Press in association with the Center for Austrian Studies, University of Minnesota, 1992), pp. 79-93.
46. "The Greek Catholic Church in Nineteenth-Century Galicia." In Geoffrey A. Hosking, ed., Church, Nation and State in Russia and Ukraine (London: Macmillan, 1991), pp. 52-64.
47. "The Conflict between the Secular and the Religious Clergy in Eighteenth-Century Western Ukraine." Harvard Ukrainian Studies 15, no. 1/2 (June 1991): 35-47.
48. "The Snows of Yesteryear." Cross Currents: A Yearbook of Central European Culture, no. 10 (1991): 67-72.
49. "Sheptyts'kyi and the Ukrainian National Movement before 1914." In Morality and Reality: The Life and Times of Andrei Sheptyts'kyi, ed. Paul Robert Magocsi (Edmonton: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 1989), pp. 29-46. Ukrainian version in Spovid'. Blahodiinyi vypusk hazety "Holos hromadianyna" (Zhytomyr, 1991).
50. "Cultural Life in the Awakening Village in Western Ukraine." In Continuity and Change: The Cultural Life of Alberta's First Ukrainians, ed. Manoly R. Lupul (Edmonton: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies and Historic Sites Service, Alberta Culture and Multiculturalism, 1988), pp. 10-23.
51. (Translator and author of introductory note.) Roman Rosdolsky, "A Memoir of Auschwitz and Birkenau." Monthly Review 39, no. 8 (January 1988): 33-38.
52. "Ukrainian-Jewish Antagonism in the Galician Countryside during the Late Nineteenth Century." In Ukrainian-Jewish Relations in Historical Perspective, ed. Peter J. Potichnyj and Howard Aster (Edmonton: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, 1988), pp. 111-58.
53. The Greek Catholic Church and Ukrainian Society in Austrian Galicia. The Millennium Series. Cambridge, MA: Ukrainian Studies Fund, Harvard University, 1986. 41 pp. Reprint of "Priests and Peasants: The Greek Catholic Pastor and the Ukrainian National Movement in Austria, 1867-1900," originally published in Canadian Slavonic Papers (1979); and "The Greek Catholic Church and Nation-Building in Galicia, 1772-1918," originally published in Harvard Ukrainian Studies (1984) and also published in an abridged and censored Polish translation in Znak (Cracow) (1985) and in Ukrainian in Kovcheh. Zbirnyk statei z tserkovnoi istorii (Lviv) (1993).
54. "Serfdom in Galicia." Journal of Ukrainian Studies 9, no. 2 (Winter 1984): 3-28.
55. "Comments on Manfred Turban, 'Roman Rosdolsky's Reconsideration of the Traditional Marxist Debate on the Schemes of Reproduction on New Methodological Grounds'." In Selected Contributions of Ukrainian Scholars to Economics, ed. I.S. Koropeckyj (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 1984), 135-47.
56. (Coauthor with Frances A. Swyripa.) Sources for Researching Ukrainian Family History. Research Report No. 6. Edmonton: Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, The University of Alberta, 1984. 37 pp.
57. "Young Radicals and Independent Statehood: The Idea of a Ukrainian Nation-State, 1890-1895." Slavic Review 41 (1982): 219-35.
58. "Voluntary Artisan Associations and the Ukrainian National Movement in Galicia (The 1870s)." In Nationbuilding and the Politics of Nationalism: Essays on Austrian Galicia, ed. Andrei S. Markovits and Frank E. Sysyn (Cambridge, MA: Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, 1982), 178-95. Originally published in Harvard Ukrainian Studies (1978).
59. "The Opposition in Ukraine." Labour Focus on Eastern Europe 5, nos. 3-4 (1982): 36-7. German translation in Gegenstimmen (1982).
60. "The Background to Emigration: The Ukrainians of Galicia and Bukovyna, 1848-1914." In A Heritage in Transition: Essays in the History of Ukrainians in Canada, ed. Manoly R. Lupul (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1982), 11-31. French translation in Un patrimoine en pleine mutation: Essais sur l'histoire des Canadiens ukrainiens, ed. Manoly R. Lupul (Ottawa: Multicuturalisme Canada, 1984), 12-34.
61. "Leonid Plyushch: The Ukrainian Marxist Resurgent." Journal of Ukrainian Studies, no. 9 (1980): 61-79. Ukrainian translation in Diialoh (1981).
62. "Hope in the Tsar: Displaced Naive Monarchism among the Ukrainian Peasants of the Habsburg Empire." Russian History 7 (1980): 125-38.
63. "Ukrains'kyi sotsiializm u Halychyni (Do rozkolu v Radykal'nii Partii 1899 r.)" [Ukrainian Socialism in Galicia up to the Split in the Radical Party in 1899]. Journal of Ukrainian Graduate Studies, no. 7 (1979): 33-51.
64. (Translator.) Janusz Radziejowski, "Roman Rosdolsky: Man, Activist and Scholar." Science & Society 42 (1978): 198-210.
65. Review article: S.M. Trusevyc, Suspil'no-politycnyj rux u sxidnij Halycyni v 50-70-x rokax XIX st. [The Socio-Political Movement in Eastern Galicia in the 1850s-1870s], Vydavnyctvo "Naukova dumka," Kiev, 1978. In Recenzija 9 (1978-9): 51-58.
66. "The Formation of National Identity in Subcarpathian Rus': Some Questions of Methodology." Harvard Ukrainian Studies 2 (1978): 374-80.
67. "Ukrainian Art in the Soviet Union: Makarenko and Humeniuk." Journal of Ukrainian Graduate Studies, no. 3 (Fall 1977): 89-90. With two colour plates. Reprinted by Focus Gallery, Toronto, 1977.
68. Polish Trade Unions and the Right to Strike. Evergreen Park, Ill.: The North American Study Center for Polish Affairs, 1977. 14 pp. Danish translation in Minut.
69. "Ivan Volians'kyi: The Formative Years of the Ukrainian Community in America." Ukrains'kyi istoryk 12, no. 3-4 (1975): 61-72.
70. Review article: Akademija nauk Ukrajins'koji RSR, Instytut filosofiji, Filosofija Hryhorija Skovorody [The Philosophy of Hryhorij Skovoroda], Vydavnyctvo "Naukova dumka," Kiev, 1972. In Recenzija 4, no. 2 (Spring-Summer 1974): 3-13.
71. "Drahomanivs'ka spadshchyna s'ohodni" [Drahomanov's Legacy Today], Suchasnist', no. 6 (1974): 83-90.
72. (Translator.) "The Autobiography of Illia Turchynovs'kyi." Rackham Literary Studies 3 (Fall 1972): 65-76.
73. "The Work of I.V. Ivan'o." Recenzija 2, no. 1 (Fall 1971): 15-26.
Contributions to: "Encyclopedia of 1848 Revolutions" (http://www.cats.ohiou.edu/~Chastain), The Modern Encyclopedia of Religions in Russia and the Soviet Union and The Modern Encyclopedia of Russian and Soviet History.
Letters to the editor: Edmonton Journal, Globe and Mail, New York Review of Books, New York Times Book Review, Ukrainian Weekly.
Reviews in American Historical Review, Austrian History Yearbook, Canadian-American Slavic Studies, Canadian Journal of History, Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism, Canadian Slavonic Papers, East Central Europe, East European Quarterly, European History Quarterly, HABSBURG, Harvard Ukrainian Studies, Journal of Ukrainian Studies, Political Science Quarterly, Slavic Review, Slavonic and East European Review, Slovene Studies, Ukrains'kyi istoryk.
SELECTED CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION
Paper: "First Escape: Dealing with the Totalitarian Legacy in the Early Postwar Emigration." International Conference "Soviet Totalitarianism in Ukraine: History and Legacy," organized by Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, State Archives Committee of Ukraine, The Krytyka Institute, Kyiv, 2-6 September 2005.
Paper: "Religion and Nation in Habsburg Galicia." International Conference on Religion, Identity, and Empire, sponsored by European Studies Council Yale Center for International and Area Studies, New Haven, Conn., 16-17 April 2005.
Paper: "What Constitutes a Ukrainian Cultural Artifact? The Case of Images of the Last Judgment." International Workshop on "The Re-Integration of Ukraine in Europe: A Historical, Historiographical and Political Urgent Issue," European Science Foundation and Università degli Studi di Milano, Gargnano, Italy, 18-20 November 2004.
Paper: "Ethnicity and the Reporting of State Violence: Krakivs'ki visti, the NKVD Murders and the Vinnytsia Exhumation." Borderlands Workshop 2004: Interethnic Coexistence and Violence in Europe's Eastern Borderlands: The Local Community and the State, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University, Providence RI, 15-16 May 2004.
Paper: "Iconography as a Window on Modern Ukrainian Christianity: Carpathian Last-Judgment Icons of the Eighteenth Century." Conference on "The Modern History of Eastern Christianity: Transitions and Problems," Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies and Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, Cambridge MA, 26-27 March 2004.
Paper: "Moments in the History of an Icon Collection: The National Museum in Lviv, 1905-2003." Conference on "The Icon and Modernity," the Harriman Institute, Columbia University, New York, NY, 17-19 October 2003.
Paper: "War Criminality: A Blind Spot in the Collective Memory of the Ukrainian Diaspora." Conference "Divided Historical Cultures? The Impact of World War II on the Shaping of National Symbols and Collective Memory Cultures in East Central Europe," sponsored by GWZO (Leipzig); Institute of Historical Research, Lviv National University; Goethe Institute (Kyiv); and journal Ji, Lviv, Ukraine, 30 May - 1 June 2003.
Paper. "The Last Judgment Icon in the Village of Roztoka in Transcarpathia." (In Ukrainian.) Fifth International Congress of Ukrainian Studies, Chernivtsi, Ukraine, 26-29 August 2002.
Paper. "Textual Sources of Elements in Ukrainian Icons of the Last Judgment." 2001 meeting of the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages, New Orleans, 27-30 December 2001.
Paper. "The Place of Religion in the Ukrainian National Revival." Conference "Nationalisierung der Religion und Sakralisierung der Nation in Ostmittel-, Südost- und Osteuropa im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert," Tagung des Geisteswissenschaftlichen Zentrums Geschichte und Kultur Ostmitteleuropas, Leipzig, 30 November - 2 December 2000.
Paper. "On the Left Hand of God: 'Peoples' in Ukrainian Icons of the Last Judgment." (In Ukrainian.) Fourth International Congress of Ukrainian Studies, Odesa, 26-29 August 1999.
Paper. "The Golden Age of Jewish Galicia." American Association for Polish-Jewish Studies, Judaic Center in Kazimierz, Krakow, 30 May - 1 June 1998.
Paper. "Galicia -- A Region's Identity." Slavonic Department, University of Aarhus, Denmark, 26-28 May 1998.
Paper (and chair of session). "The Entangled Past...Integrating History and Archaeology [30th Annual Chacmool Conference]." University of Calgary, 13-14 November 1997.
Paper: (Also: chair of another session.) "The Formation of Nationality in Galician Rus'." (In Ukrainian.) Third International Congress of Ukrainian Studies, Kharkiv, 26-29 August 1996.
Paper. "The Ukrainian and All-Russian Ideas in Galicia." Conference on "Peoples, Nations, Identities: The Russian-Ukrainian Encounter," The Harriman Institute, Columbia University, New York, 13-15 November 1994.
Paper. (Also: chair of session.) "Church, State and Nation in Modern Ukrainian History." Conference on "Freedom of Conscience: Church and State in Ukraine" sponsored by the Ukrainian Legal Foundation, the Ukrainian Center for Human Rights and Cumberland School of Law, Samford University; held in Kiev, 28-30 September 1994.
Paper. (Also: chair of session). Second International Congress of Ukrainian Studies, Lviv, Ukraine, 22-28 August 1993.
Paper. Conference on "Jewish-Ukrainian Relations in the Twentieth Century: Coexistence and Controversy," the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 13-18 May 1993.
Paper. (Also: one of the conference's four "project coordinators.") Conference on "Jews, Poles and Ukrainians in Galicia: 1772-1918" sponsored by the Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, held in Vienna, 26-28 June 1992.
Paper. Conference on "Mykhailo Drahomanov and Problems of Socio-Political and National-Cultural Development in Ukraine and Europe," sponsored by Kiev State University, the Institute of Literature of the Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian SSR, Lviv State University, the Republican Association of Ukrainian Studies and the "Znannia" Society of Ukraine, held in Kiev, 9-11 September 1991.
Paper. Conference on "Ukrainian-Jewish Relations" sponsored by the Republican Association of Ukrainian Studies, the Republican Society of Jewish Culture and the Kiev Sholem Aleichem Jewish Cultural-Educational Society, held in Kiev, 7-8 June 1991.
Paper. Conference on "The Emergence and Redefinition of Nation-States in East and East-Central Europe and the USSR: An International Perspective" sponsored by the Institute for East-West Security Studies in collaboration with the Eastern Central European Forum, Stirin, Prague, 13-17 April 1991.
Paper. "International Conference on the Foundations of Historical and Cultural Traditions in East Central Europe: Belorussia, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine" sponsored by: the Polish Institute of Christian Culture, Rome; the W.K. Lypynsky East European Research Institute, Philadelphia; the Belorussian Institute of Arts and Sciences, New York; and the Lithuanian Catholic Academy of Science, Rome. Held in Rome, 28 April-6 May 1990.
Paper. "Great Power Ethnic Politics: The Habsburg Empire and the Soviet Union" sponsored by the Center for Austrian Studies, Minneapolis, 26-28 April 1990.
Paper. "German-Ukrainian Relations in Historical Perspective," Garmisch-Partenkirchen, 12-17 October 1986.
Paper. "Andrei Sheptyts'kyi, His Life and Work," Toronto, 22-24 November 1984.
Paper. "Ukrainian-Jewish Relations in Historical Perspective," McMaster University, October 1983.
SELECTED INVITED LECTURES
Paper: "A Central European Diaspora under the Shadow of World War II: The Galician Ukrainians in North America." The Kann Memorial Lecture, The Center for Austrian Studies, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 20 September 2005.
Lectures: "The Role of Galicia in the Formation of Ukraine," "The Greek Catholic Church in Galicia" and "What Was Destroyed and What Remains of Old Galicia?" in Summer Sessions of the College for New Europe in cooperation with the University of Vienna and the Institut für den Donauraum und Mitteleuropa, "Galicia: A Historic Region of Europe," Kraków, 15-29 July 2001.
Paper: "Jews in Ukrainian Sacral Art," conference of the Institute for Polish-Jewish Studies at the Polish Embassy, London, 22 November 2001.
Lectures: "Slavic Religious Icons," "Who Owns the Past? The Battle over Icons of the Last Judgement in the Ukraine, Poland and Slovakia," and "The Place of Religion in the Ukrainian National Revival," Lansdowne Lectures, Department of Germanic and Russian Studies, University of Victoria, 28-30 November 2001.
Lecture. "The Last Judgment in Images and Texts." History Department, The Central European University, Budapest, 4 December 2000.
Lecture: "The 'Condemned' Peoples on Ukrainian Icons of the Last Judgment," "Jews in Ukrainian Sacral Art." (Both in Polish.) South-Eastern Scientific Institute in Przemyśl, Poland, 27-29 June 2000.
Lecture: "History, Christendom and Traditional Ukrainian Culture: Towards a Mental Archeology." Maria and Vasyl Petryshyn Memorial Lecture in Ukrainian Studies, Ukrainian Research Institute, Harvard University, 11 April 1997.
McCalla lecture: "The Case of the Unrecovered Memory." University of Alberta, 10 April 1996.
Lecture: "Russian-Ukrainian Relations in Historical Perspective." The Leonard Davis Institute for International Relations and the Mayrock Center for Russian, Eurasian and East European Research, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 24 January 1995.