University of Alberta Graduate program in Ukrainian Folklore, Canada


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January 15, 2017

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Graduate program in Ukrainian Folklore

If you are interested in studying Ukrainian Canadian or other Ukrainian diaspora folklore and folklife on a Master or PhD level, the University of Alberta is the best place for that. Students have the choice of focusing on variety of topics: oral verbal traditions, material culture, ritual and belief, folk arts and performance genres. You can get a good idea of the range of topics by looking at the theses and dissertations by our graduate students. In the coming years the Kule Folklore Centre will focus on the study of folklore narratives in popular culture (led by Dr. Natalie Kononenko), immigration narratives, music and dance (led by Dr. Andriy Nahachewsky); visual aspects of popular and religious culture, in particular Ukrainian icons and iconostases in Canada (led by Dr. Natalie Kononenko and Dr. Jelena Pogosjan); folklore archiving, database building and management (Dr. Natalie Kononenko and Dr. Andriy Nahachewsky).

Prospective students should apply for the Media and Cultural Studies program in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies. The deadline to apply for the 2017-2018 school year is January 15, 2017. All applications are processed online through the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research.Students who are not fluent in Ukrainian are expected to take Ukrainian language courses.
 
Those accepted into the program, would be nominated for research assistantships from the Kule Folklore Centre (2 years for MA students and 4 years for PhD), which cover tuition and leave some money for modest living expenses. As part of their assistantship, research assistants work 12 hours a week from September to April at the Ukrainian Folklore Archives.
If you are interested in our program or have any questions, email ukrfolk@ualberta.ca or contact the Director of the Kule Folklore Centre, Jelena Pogosjan pogosjan@ualberta.ca.
 
Jelena Pogosjan, Director, Kule Folklore Centre
Professor, Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies
University of Alberta
200 Arts Building
Edmonton, AB T6G 2E6 Canada
Fax: 780-492-9106
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