Ukrainian Nationalism and Survival in World War II
Wednesday, April 12, 2006
Presidents Room, Davies Center
C.K. Lucyk, author of the historical novel Deep Wells, Burning Forests, will conduct a reading and workshop presentation on the oral histories and research she collected to portray the Ukrainian experience of competing nationalist factions and defining the enemy during World War II, and the postwar situation of displaced Ukrainians.
Ms. Lucyk is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, director and founder of a private English-language school in Vorarlberg, Austria, former journalist, and second-generation Ukrainian immigrant.
Event sponsors: The Department of History, The Center for International Education, The Department of Foreign Languages, and McIntyre Library.