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Logos of the UHEC and the Dnipro National University

The first "pilot run" of the collaboration between the UHEC and the Department of Ukrainian History at Dnipro National University has been completed with great success. Sixteen students created time-coded subject annotations and other access points to more than 60 radio programs, interviews, live events, speeches, and other historical audio recordings digitized by the UHEC archives.

Posted: 2 weeks 5 days ago
Convention of the Prosivita Society in Uzhhorod, 1928

The UHEC archives has opened three collections related to the Ukrainian Transcarpathian region (or Zakarpats’ka oblast’): the Vikentii Shandor, Avhustyn Shtefan, and Volodymyr Komaryns’kyi papers.

Posted: 2 weeks 5 days ago
Logos of the UHEC and the Dnipro National University

The UHEC is pleased to announce a brand new collaboration with the Department of Ukrainian History at Dnipro National University. Students at DNU will work on adding time-coded subject annotations and other access points to historical audio recordings digitized by the UHEC archives. The results of this work will be used to significantly improve the searchability of these audio recordings by UHEC staff fielding reference requests, by researchers at the archives, and by users of this website.

Posted: 2 months 6 days ago
Attendee locations for Nashi Predky 2018 online Ukrainian genealogy conference

On St. Patrick's Day (March 17th), 2017 (ironically enough), the Nashi Predky Ukrainian Genealogy initiative hosted its first-ever online workshop, based on popular demand from many individuals who are not able to travel to New Jersey for our in-person conferences.

Posted: 1 year 4 months ago
Teachers and students of the St. Andrew Ukrainian School with Pavlo Podobev

In December, 2017, the UHEC was pleased to again welcome Pavlo Podobev from Ukraine.

Posted: 1 year 7 months ago

On March 19, 2017, the Center opened its latest exhibit in its Library Gallery, entitled "Petrykivka Spring" to an audience of nearly 70 visitors. It presents the artwork and the history of the Petrykivka folk art tradition, which in 2013 was added to the list of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.

Posted: 2 years 4 months ago

On February 24th and 25th, an international conference dedicated to the history of the period of Ukrainian statehood in 1917-1921 took place at the Columbia University under the auspices of the Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute. Although not one of the speakers, the Center's archivist Dr. Michael Andrec took part in the conference, which included our friend and colleague from the Cleveland Ukrainian Museum-Archives  Andrew Fedynsky and scholars from throughout the U.S., Canada, and Ukraine, some of which have made use of the Center's archival resources.

Posted: 2 years 4 months ago

On February 4, 2017, the Center in conjunction with the Ukrainian Orthodox Church of the USA presented a screening of the film "Freedom or Death" by Damian Kolodiy together with a solemn commemoration of the anniversary of the Euromaidan Protests and the "Heavenly Hundred" who perished in the protests. A memorial Litia was celebrated by His Eminence Archbishop-Elect Daniel and local clergy, with responses sung by students of St. Sophia Seminary. A historical exhibit was also curated by the Center, including artifacts and photographs from the Maidan.

Posted: 2 years 5 months ago

On Sunday afternoon, December 18th, 2016, Saint Nicholas visited the children and families gathered at the Heinrich Fisher Home. He was greeted with the traditional Ukrainian carol "O, khto, khto, Mykolaia Liubyt’" ( "Children who love dear St. Nicholas"). St. Nicholas met with each child and rewarded them for their good behavior throughout the year by presenting a goodie bag filled with treats and toys.

Posted: 2 years 7 months ago

On November 12, 2016, students from St. Andrew Ukrainian School, Somerset, NJ visited the exhibit "From Social Realism to Church Art" of works by Nicholas Bervinchak. Archivist Dr. Michael Andrec used the Bervinchak's etchings to explore the lives of Ukrainian American immigrants in the early 20th century. This made a personal connection for the students, many of whom are themselves immigrants from Ukraine, or are children of recent immigrants.

Posted: 2 years 8 months ago