Two new Holodomor publications about to go to press
Essays by leading scholars and journalists on the Great Famine
Holodomor: Reflections on the Great Famine of 1932-1933 in Soviet UkraineNew book edited by Lubomyr Luciuk: A series of essays by leading scholars and journalists on the causes and consequences of the Great Famine of 1932-33 in Soviet Ukraine.
Lubomyr Luciuk, a leading scholar, researcher, analyst, and author, who is professor of political geography at The Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, has edited a new book entitled "Holodomor: Reflections on the Great Famine of 1932-1933 in Soviet Ukraine." The book is a series of essays by leading scholars and journalists on the causes and consequences of the Great Famine of 1932-33 in Soviet Ukraine.
The anticipated publication date is October 31, 2008. Information about ordering the new book edited by Professor Luciuk:
Please send me ___ copy(ies) of "Holodomor: Reflections on the Great Famine of 1932-1933 in Soviet Ukraine" (Kashtan Press, 2008) at $45 per copy, plus $10 Shipping and Handling. The anticipated publication date is 31 October 2008. I enclose a cheque or money order made payable to "The Kashtan Press" in the amount of $_________.
Name (please print), Address, Street, City, State/Province, Country, Postal Code/Zip Code; Telephone Number. Please mail this completed form to: The Kashtan Press, 849 Wartman Avenue, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, K7M 2Y6. Thank you for your order.
AUR footnote: Lubomyr Luciuk is the editor of the book "Not Worthy, Walter Duranty`s Pulitzer Prize and The New York Times," published for the Ukrainian Canadian Civil Liberties Association by The Kashtan Press in 2004.
Holodomor: The Ukrainian Genocide 1932-1933
Charles Schlacks, Jr., publisher, Canadian America Slavic Studies journal, is preparing a special new issue of the journal, Vol. 42, No. 3, Fall 2008, in honor of the 75th commemoration of the Ukrainian genocide of 1932-1933. The new edition is entitled "Holodomor: The Ukrainian Genocide, 1932-1933."
The publication will contain articles and documents by scholars in Ukraine, Poland, Australia, Canada and the USA. The guest editor is Roman Serbyn, a leading and well known Canadian professor, scholar, researcher, author (Universite du Quebec a Montreal). Publication date is scheduled for late October, 2008.
Table of contents: Canadian American Slavic studies journal, fall 2008
Yurij Shapoval. "Foreign Diplomats on the Famine in Ukraine";
Heorhii Papakin. "`Blacklists` as a Tool of the Soviet Genocide in Ukraine";
Hennadii Yefimenko. "The Soviet Nationalities Policy Change of 1933, or Why `Ukrainian Nationalism` Became the Main Threat to Stalin in Ukraine";
Mykola Riabchuk. A review article about David Marples. Heroes and Villains: Creating National History in Ukraine (2007);
Rafael Lemkin. "Soviet Genocide in Ukraine" (with an introduction by Roman Serbyn);
Robert Kusnierz. "The Question of the Great Famine in Ukraine of 1932-1933 in Polish Diplomatic and Intelligence Reports";
Siriol Colley. "A Curtain of Silence: An Essay of Comparison";
Lesa Morgan. An article about Western Australian studies of memories of people in Ukraine in the 1930s;
Cheryl Madden. An article about disease in Ukraine in the 1930s;
Peter Borisow. Interviews of Ukrainians who lived in Ukraine in the 1930s, and stills from his documentary film about Kravchenko.
Morgan Williams. Holodomor: Through The Eyes Of Ukrainian Artists;
Some documents with translations of leaders` letters and orders of 1932-1933 (Stalin, Kaganovich, Molotov).
Some of articles were translated by Marta Olynyk in Montreal.
The Guest Editor is Roman Serbyn, Universite du Quebec a Montreal.
To order the new edition of the journal: Copies of this special "Holodomor" edition of the Canadian American Slavic Studies Journal (Fall, 2008) are available for purchase by the general public.
Please send in your order as soon as possible as the number ordered in advance will determine the number to be published.
The price is $20.00 each plus $10 shipping and handling (U.S. dollars). Appropriate additional shipping costs should be added for multiple orders. Orders by post should be sent to Charles Schlacks, P.O. Box 1256, Idyllwild, CA 92549-1256, USA. Orders can be sent by e-mail. They should be sent to Charles Schlacks at Schlacks.Slavic@Greencafe.com. Journal will be available in mid-October, 2008. If you have any questions please contact Charles Schlacks.
The Fall 2003 edition of the Canadian American Slavic Studies, published by Charles Schlacks, was also a special edition entitled, "Holodomor, The Ukrainian Genocide 1932-1933.
Action Ukraine Report (AUR), Washington, D.C., October, 2008