On Tuesday February 13 - Hear Professor Maxim Tarnawsky speak on Canadian Literature depicting Ukrainians in Canada . Dr. Tarnawsky teaches a course at the University of Toronto Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures called “Literature of the Ukrainian Canadian Experience.”
The purpose of this presentation is to acquaint you with a range of books describing the Canadian Ukrainian experience and to demonstrate the variety of different viewpoints and issues that Canadian authors associate with Ukrainians in this country.
How were the first Ukrainians in Canada depicted in fiction?
How Ukrainian are Ukrainians in Canada?
What are the problems of being Ukrainian in Canada?
Is being Ukrainian in Canada a bounty or a burden?
Do Ukrainians write about themselves differently than non-Ukrainians write about them
When: 7:30-9:30 pm
Meetings are usually held every second Tuesday of the month (excepting July and August) from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at St Vladimir Institute, 620 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Ontario. (416) 923-3318. However there may variations on this day due to the availability of a speaker or facility.
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There is parking at the rear of the building accessible via a laneway running south off Harbord Street. There is also metered parking on Spadina Avenue. Map for how to get there.
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