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Expatriate authors find inspiration in Ukraine – sampling of 8 new books by foreigners

Original article is from Kyiv Post, 13 Maarch, 2015 Author of this article: Victoria Petrenko* The EuroMaidan Revolution, Russia’s war against Ukraine, the fate of Crimean Tatars, borshch and music. These are some of the themes that expatriate authors have focused on in their books about Ukraine. All of them are published in English, except for Mauro Voerzio’s book in ...

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Ukrainian Identities: A Transdisciplinary Perspective

In Spring 2014, a series of academic events regarding Ukrainian identities will take place in the Netherlands, consisting of two individual guest lectures (11th of April, 19th of May) at universities across the Netherlands and a one-day symposium (7th of May) at the Universiteit van Amsterdam. Guest Lecture at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, 19 May 2014 Title: Ukraine and Russia: Divorce in Orthodox ...

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Newsflash April’14

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Culinair

This soup is a traditional soup that is common in many Eastern European countries. I know this due my sister in law. In 2003 I met her and her family in Drohobych in Lviv Oblast. It was also the first time I came into contact with Ukrainian cuisine. The first thing I received was Borsch, it was a soup full ...

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Children in Ukraine

               17 dec 2013 Museum of Cultural Heritage

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