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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: 5 years 3 weeks ago

From October 2016 through January 2017, the Center presents the exhibit "From Social Realism to Church Art: The Work of the Ukrainian-Lemko Artist Nicholas Bervinchak", which for the first time Bervinchak’s secular artworks were shown together with large-scale examples of his church art.

Posted: 5 years 3 weeks ago

On November 4-5, 2016, the Nashi Predky – Our Ancestors - Family History Group at the Ukrainian Historical and Educational Center of New Jersey held its third annual fall conference: “Research Essentials: Combining the Basics with 21st Century Technology” at the Ukrainian Cultural Center located at 135 Davidson Ave. in Somerset, NJ 08873. Speakers included nationally known experts in Eastern European genealogy. 

Posted: 5 years 1 month ago

The Center's holdings of Ukrainian recorded sound has grown significantly with the acquisition of cassette and reel-to-reel recordings made by Washington, D.C. area resident Sefan Maksymjuk.

Posted: 5 years 5 months ago

On March 19, 2016, the Center, the Nashi Predky Ukrainian genealogy initiative, and the US Holocaust Memorial Museum teamed up for a well-attended and very positively received workshop on World War II-era records.

Posted: 5 years 8 months ago

On October 24, 2015, the Ukrainian Historical and Educational Center of NJ presented the annual "Nashi Predky - Our Ancestors" Fall Conference. The 50 attendees came from local New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania areas, but also included individuals who traveled from North Carolina and even California (a new distance record for the "Nashi Predky" series!).

Posted: 6 years 1 month ago

Are you, a parent, or a grandparent a survivor of Nazi persecution? Were they a forced laborer in Germany? The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC wants to hear your story!

Posted: 6 years 1 month ago

The Center's director Natalia Honcharenko, librarian Larissa Bulya, and archivist Michael Andrec attended the annual meeting of the Ukrainian Heritage Consortium of North America in Washington, DC on September 18-20, 2015.

Posted: 6 years 2 months ago

The Ukrainian Historical and Educational Center's collections of Radio Liberty materials now have increased visibility thanks to Stanford University's website.

Posted: 6 years 4 months ago

The archives of one of the first Ukrainian Orthodox clergymen in the United States can now be accessed.

Posted: 6 years 4 months ago