Fonds uofa-1003 - Ivan L. Rudnytsky fonds

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Ivan L. Rudnytsky fonds

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CA UOFA uofa-1003

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11.62 m of textual records and other material

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Historian, 1919-1984. Ivan L. Rudnytsky was born in Vienna, completed his schooling in L'viv (then a city in Poland) and subsequently studied history, law and international relations in Germany and Czechloslovakia. After teaching at a number of American institutions, Dr. Rudnytsky came to the University of Alberta in 1971 to teach Ukrainian and east-central European history. He was one of the founders of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies at the University.

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The fonds consists of materials created or collected by Ivan Rudnytski and dating from 1786-1987. Fonds consists of these series: I "Statement of 35 professors" on conditions in Ukraine (1967). Includes brochures; clippings; correspondence. II Bibliographic notes ([19--?]). III Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (1974-1984). Includes annual reports; correspondence; newsletters; research proposals. VI Collected materials on Eastern Europe and Ukraine (1786-1982). Materials on the history of Eastern Europe, 1861-1982; Galicia, 1786-1968; Ukraine, 1864-1982; Ukrainian communism and nationalism, 1923-1981. VII Collected materials on Viacheslav Lypynsky (1909-1933). Includes articles; clippings; manuscripts; notes; pamphlets. VIII Conferences and speeches on Slavic studies (1960-1977). Includes brochures; clippings; notes; programs. IX Lecture notes (1966-1983). Includes 33 sound tape cassettes. X Materials on M. Drahomanov (1873-1974). Includes copied materials; translations. XI Materials on Michal Czajkowksi (1831-1982). Papers delivered (1930-1971). XII Personal correspondence (1940-1984). XIII Published essays (1987). XIV Ukrainska Vilna Akademia Nauk (1961-1964). Includes bulletins; correspondence; notes. XV Writings by and about Ipolit Terletsky (1833-1977). Includes copied material; notes. XVI Writings of Mykyta U. Shapoval (1921-1935). XVII Writings of Osyp Nazaruk (1907-1940). Includes copied materials; notes.

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  • The fonds includes German, Polish, and Ukrainian-language materials.

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Record No. 84-155<br><br>

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