2010 year, issue 3-4

2010_3-4

Pavluk Stepan. On Ukrainifns’ Popular Traditionalism in Canada. P. 290-292
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Hornjatkevych Andrij, Mayerchyk Maria. The Characteristics of Ukrainian Folklore Studies in Canada. P. 293-309
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Kucharenko Svitlana. A Short Overview of the North American Folkloristics: Theories, Approaches, and Paradigms. P. 310-315
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Nahachewsky Andriy. Shifting Orientations in Dance Revivals: From “National” to “Spectacular” in Ukrainian Canadian Dance. P. 316-324
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Rees Vincent. Bereznianka: Becoming Symbolic. P. 325-331
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Cherwick Brian. “This land is your land…”: Two Tendencies in Ukrainian-Canadian Music. P. 332-339
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Hornjatkevych Andrij. Kobza, bandura, kobza-bandura, “kobza” and (again) kobza. P. 340-347
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Khanenko-Friesen. Natalia Making Ukrainian House Calls: On Diasporic Tourism and Rituals of Homecoming. P. 348-362
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Lesiv Mariya. “Glory to Dazhboh”: The Ukrai¬nian Native Faith Movement as an Alternative Vision of Nation. P. 363-370
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Kukharenko Svitlana. Roadside Memorials: A Contemporary Phenomenon or Continuity of the Folk Traditions. P. 371-377
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Foty Nadya. Ukrainian Mock Weddings in Saskatchewan: Folk Burlesque. P. 378-383
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Kononenko Natalie. How God Paired Men and Women: Religious Stories and Religious Revival in Post-Soviet Ukraine. P. 384-392
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Swyripa Frances. Negotiating Sex and Gender in the Ukrainian Bloc Settlement: East-Central Alberta Between the Wars. P. 393-406
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Swyripa Frances. Gender Relations, Peasant Priorities, and Moral Values in the Ukrainian Village in Eastern Galicia, 1900-1944. P. 407-417
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Mayerchyk Maria. Scenarios of Gender Success and Structure of Gender Power among Ukrainian Farmers in West Canada before 1939. P. 418-430
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Hrymych Maryna. Using Dumy to Study the So¬ciology of Ukrainian Immigration of ХVІ-ХVІІ sent. P. 431-437
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Lutsko Oksana. Motifs and Poetics of Ukrainian Folk Songs About Emigration to Canada. P. 438-447
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Medwidsky Bohdan. A Ukrainian Assassination Ballad in Canada. P. 448-453
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Nahachewsky Andriy. Searching for Branches, Searching for Roots: Fieldwork in my Grandfather’s Village. P. 454-459
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Klymasz Robert B. Cultural Maintenance and the Ukrainian Experience in Western Canada. P. 460-465
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Medwidsky Bohdan. Popular Culture and Folk Culture: Where They Do or Do Not Intertwine. P. 466-473
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Klymasz Robert B., Medwidsky Bohdan. Contem¬porary Expressions of Traditional Slavic Culture in North America. P. 474-476
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Balan Jaroslaw. “To Canada”: Michael Gowda’s Unique Contribution to the Literary History of Alberta. P. 477-484
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Goa David J. Three Urban Parishes: a Study of Sacred Space. P. 485-496
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Klymash, Robert B. Soviet Views of American Folklore and Folkloristics (1950-1974). P. 497-502
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Our authors
Daily bread baking of ukrainians in the south-western ethnographical region at the late XIX to early XXI cc.
The paper has dealt with analytic study in prescriptions, signs, customs, methods, ways of selection, procurement and some peculiarities in usage of subsidiary means — water, firewood and leaves in bread baking. The final aim of the mentioned actions had been (and still is) selection of the means and ingredients fit, by their characteristics, for the backing of bread. The paper has demonstrated dependence of bread backing subsi­diary means criteria from the folk nutritional standards and world outlook stereotypes as well as from regional social and economic, natural and geographical factors and peculiarities of material culture.
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Traditional folk clothes of velikobychkovsky hutsuly of XIX — the first half of XX century
In the study based upon numerous field materials, literature sources as well as ethnographic, historio-cultural and regional museum collections has been performed complex analysis in traditional folk clothes by Hutzul population of Velyky Bychkiv village in Transcarpathian region. Detailed descriptions of femi­nine and masculine clothing complexes of the mentioned area have been presented. In characterizing of those main attention has been paid to the detail of cut in separate components of dress; cut of feminine shirt has been added as an illustration.
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On bessarabian and moldavian ukrainians in the studies of historical ethnography
The article has thrown some light upon a sum of scientific findings got during XIX to XXI cc. in historio-ethnographic studies of Bessarabia and Moldavian Ukrainians. In the pre­sent paper has been given author’s answer to the problem of lacking progress as for the numerous themes concerning Ukrainians. State and achievements of the research-works in Ukrainians’ material and spiritual culture by the scientists of Moldavia and Ukraine through the years of independence has been exposed.
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Wax candle as ukrainian Christmas and epiphany ritualistic text
For the first time in native ethnology the article has brought some results of special study in sign functionality of a wax candle under the context of Ukrainian Christmas and Epiphany ritualistic text (ritualism of Christmas Eve, New Year, Epiphany Eve and Feast of Epiphany). The study has stated extremely high semiotic position of a wax candle as projection of Sun, mediator between the spheres of sacral and prophane elements, symbolic analogue of human existence, apotropy, cultural symbol re-establishing borders of acculturated space.
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