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  • Canadian Ethnic Studies/Études Ethniques Au CanadaVol. 47, Nos. 4–5, 2015 [Vol. 42, Nos. 2–3, 2010]

Articles

  • Aponiuk, Natalia. “…No Longer Quite Ukrainian But Not Quite Canadian Either…”: The Ukrainian Immigrant in Canadian English-Language Literature. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 49–65.

  • Aponiuk, Natalia. Introduction: Ukrainian Canadians, Canada, Ukraine, and the Popular Imagination. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 1–10.

  • Baffoe, Michael. The Social Reconstruction of “Home” among African Immigrants in Canada. 41–42.3–1: 157–173.

  • Baker, Marilyn. Framing Kurelek. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 11–48.

  • Balan, Jars. The Gathering Storm: The Mainstream Canadian Press Coverage of the Soviet Union in the Lead-up to Ukraine’s Great Famine-Holodomor. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 205–243.

  • Black, Jerome H. The 2006 and 2008 Canadian Federal Elections and Minority MPs. 41–42.3–1: 27–48.

  • Byers, Michele. The Stuff of Legend: T/Selling the Story of Reena Virk. 41–42.3–1: 27–48.

  • Cipko, Serge. The Alberta Press on Ukrainians in Canada during World War II: Two Case Studies. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 289–306.

  • Freund, Alexander. Contesting the Meanings of Migration: German Women’s Immigration to Canada in the 1950s. 41–42.3–1: 1–26.

  • Khanenko-Friesen, Natalia. “Letters from the Old Country”: Exploring and Defining Ukrainian Canadian Vernacular Letter Writing. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 145–169.

  • Kononenko, Natalie. Collecting Ukrainian Heritage: Peter Orshinsky and Leonard Krawchuk. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 127–144. [End Page 381]

  • Ledohowski, Lindy. “White Settler Guilt”: Contemporary Ukrainian Canadian Prairie Literature. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 67–83.

  • Lee, Sharon M., and Barry Edmonston. “Canadian” as National Ethnic Origin: Trends and Implications. 41–42.3–1: 77–108.

  • Lehr, John C., and Serge Cipko. The Ukrainian Cultural Landscape in Canada and Brazil: A Century of Change and Divergence. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 171–204.

  • Lehr, John C., and Brian McGregor. Did Your Mother Go to Bimbo School? Naming Schools, Power, and Politics in Canada’s Prairie West. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 111–126.

  • Madibbo, Amal. Pratiques identitaires et racialisation des immigrants africains francophones en Alberta. 41–42.3–1 : 175–189.

  • Magnan, Marie-Odile. Les frontières linguistiques à Québec : le rôle des interactions scolaires. 41–42.3–1 : 109–130.

  • Makarova, Veronika, and Khrystyna Hudyma. Ukrainian Ethnicity and Language Interactions in Saskatchewan. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 85–109.

  • Martynowych, Orest T. A Ukrainian Canadian in London: Vladimir J. (Kaye) Kysilewsky and the Ukrainian Bureau, 1931–40. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 263–288.

  • Mulatris, Paulin et Malanga Georges Liboy. La conciliation travail-études : défis et réalité pour les « enfants-parents » de Brooks. 41–42.3–1 : 191–205.

  • Ng, Cheuk Fan, and Herbert C. Northcott. The Ethnic and National Identity of South Asian Immigrant Seniors Living in Edmonton, Canada. 41–42.3–1: 133–156.

  • Pravaz, Natasha. The Well of Samba: On Playing Percussion and Feeling Good in Toronto. 41–42.3–1: 207–232.

  • Shkandrij, Myroslav. The Carpatho-Ukrainian Episode of 1938–39: Canadian and International Ramifications. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 245–261.

  • Yan, Miu Chung, Shirley Chau, and Dave Sangha. An Exploratory Study of How Multiculturalism Policies are Implemented at the Grassroots Level. 41–42.3–1: 49–75.

  • Yereniuk, Roman. The Ukrainian Canadian Chaplaincy during World War Two. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 307–338.

Research Notes/Notes De Recherche

  • Gadalla, Tahany M. Ethnicity and Seeking Treatment for Depression: A Canadian National Study. 41–42.3–1: 233–245.

  • Lebrun, Lydie A. Accès aux services de santé parmi les immigrants au Canada. 41–42.3–1 : 247–260. [End Page 382]

Review Articles/Comptes Rendus

  • Blanchard, Jim. Ethnicity in Canada’s Prairie Cities. 41–42.3–1: 266–271.

  • Kirtz, Mary K. Murder, Mayhem, and Melodrama: Mining for Material in a Painful Pioneer Past. 47.4–5 [42.2–3]: 339–342.

  • Kirtz, Mary K. The Disappearing Sickness: The Representation of Ukrainians and Ukraine in Fiction from Canada, the United States, and Ukraine. 47.4...

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Additional Information

ISSN
1913-8253
Print ISSN
0008-3496
Pages
pp. 381-384
Launched on MUSE
2015-12-14
Open Access
No
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