The Great Famine-Genocide in Soviet Ukraine (Holodomor)

A symposium on the deliberate and systematic attempt by the Soviet Union to destroy the Ukrainian Nation during the 1930's

Office of Urban and Community Services
Russian and East European Studies Program
Pennsylvania Ethnic Heritage Studies Center
Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures
Ukrainian Student Organization of the University of Pittsburgh
The Ukrainian Famine Committee of Western Pennsylvania
Frick Fine Arts Building Auditorium
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA
Saturday, October 8, 1983


Dr. Yuri Shevelov: Rise and Fall of the Policy of Ukrainization.
Columbia University Professor Emeritus. An outstanding American Slavic linguist and literary scholar, also is an author of many books in the field.


Marco Carynnyk: The Dogs that Did Not Bark: The United States and Great Britain and the Ukrainian Famine of 1933.
Poet, literary critic, editor, translator, and visiting fellow at the Kennan Institute in Washington, D.C. Currently he is writing two books and is filming a documentary about the Ukrainian Famine in 1933.

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Dr. Bohdan Bociurkiw: Destruction of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Soviet Ukraine during the 1930's.
Carleton University, Ontario Professor of Political Science. An internationally-known and respected authority in the field of Soviet religious policy, with special reference to Ukraine. An author of many books on this subject, he has also been the director of two related institutes.


Dr. James Mace: The Man Made Famine in 1933. Post Doctoral Fellow in History from University of Michigan.
Currently working with the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute on a book about the artificial famine in Ukraine in 1933.

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