UCPBA Dinner Meeting with Guest Speaker Dr. Roman Serbyn

UKRAINIAN CANADIAN PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS ASSOCIATION OF CALGARY

Dinner Meeting

Thursday November 22

Danish Canadian Club 727 Eleventh Avenue N. E. 6:30 pm,

with guest speaker Dr. Roman Serbyn on the HOLODOMOR

Professor Serbyn, one of the world’s leading authorities on the Holodomor, will speak about his research on the famine-genocide, which devastated Ukrainian towns and villages in 1932-33 during Stalin’s rule.

Dr. Roman Serbyn is a Canadian historian of Ukrainian origin. He received his doctorate from McGill University (Montreal), and from 1969 to 2002 taught in the History Department of the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). He is author and editor of several books and has published articles on 19th and 20th century Ukrainian history in English, French, Ukrainian and Russian. His main fields of research in recent years have been the famine of 1921-1923, the Holodomor of 1932-1933, and Ukraine during World War II. Now retired, he edits Holodomor Studies, a semiannual scholarly journal devoted to the study of the Ukrainian genocide and related topics.

Halya Wilson

co-executive Director

UCPBA Calgary

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The Holodomor

Speaker:

Dr. Roman Serbyn

Date: Thursday, November 22, 2012

Place: Danish Canadian Club, Valhalla Hall

727 – 11th Avenue SW

Time: 6:00 PM Cocktails

6:45 PM Dinner

7:30 PM Program

Price: $35 Members

$45 Non-Members/Guests

$30 Senior Members (over 65) and Students

Professor Serbyn, one of the world’s leading authorities on the Holodomor, will speak about his research on the famine-genocide, which devastated Ukrainian towns and villages in 1932-33 during Stalin’s rule.

Dr. Roman Serbyn is a Canadian historian of Ukrainian origin. He received his doctorate from McGill University (Montreal), and from 1969 to 2002 taught in the History Department of the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). He is author and editor of several books and has published articles on 19th and 20th century Ukrainian history in English, French, Ukrainian and Russian. His main fields of research in recent years have been the famine of 1921-1923, the Holodomor of 1932-1933, and Ukraine during World War II. Now retired, he edits Holodomor Studies, a semiannual scholarly journal devoted to the study of the Ukrainian genocide and related topics.

Memberships:

Single adult or senior dinner membership: $20

Couples adult or senior dinner membership: $30

Single combined membership: $75

Students free

For a full description of each type of membership, please visit our website.

Memberships can be paid online, in person at the next meeting or by mail (cheque) to the address below.

UKRAINIAN CANADIAN PROFESSIONAL & BUSINESS ASSOCIATION OF CALGARY

P.O. BОХ 6474, Station ‘D’, Calgary AB T2P 2E1

Office: 403-670-5477

e-mail: admin@ucpbacalgary.org

www.ucpbacalgary.ca


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