Starvation as a Political Tool from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century: The Irish Famine, the Armenian Genocide, the Ukrainian Holodomor, and Genocide by Attrition in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan.
Starvation as a Political Tool from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century: The Irish Famine, the Armenian Genocide, the Ukrainian Holodomor, and Genocide by Attrition in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan.
Starvation as a Political Tool from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century: The Irish Famine, the Armenian Genocide, the Ukrainian Holodomor, and Genocide by Attrition in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan.
Starvation as a Political Tool from the Nineteenth to the Twenty-First Century: The Irish Famine, the Armenian Genocide, the Ukrainian Holodomor, and Genocide by Attrition in the Nuba Mountains of Sudan.

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Communism and Hunger: Andrea Graziosi


The Holodomor Reader

The Ukrainian Orthodox Church: Memory and Memorialization of the Holodomor

Frank E. Sysyn (University of Alberta)

   


2016 Holodomor Grants Competition


The Holodomor Research and Education Consortium (HREC) announces its 2016 grants competition to support research, preservation and publication of materials, as well as organization of and participation in conferences and workshops related to the Holodomor (the Famine of 1932-33 in Ukraine). Grants will not exceed $6000.00 Canadian. The average grant will be in the $1000-$2000 range.

Applications will be accepted in English, French or Ukrainian.

Please send the following materials, using “Grants Competition” in subject line, to hrec@ualberta.ca:

  1. c.v. (including list of published works, if any)
  2. Proposal (2-3 double-spaced pages), outlining purpose, methods and significance of the proposed project. The proposal should discuss the existing literature on the topic and how the project will add to our knowledge.
  3. Budget outlining how proposed funding will be used.
  4. Letter of recommendation, preferably from academic supervisor or head of department.

Deadline for submission: March 1, 2016

Applicants will be informed of the outcome of the competition by March 25, 2016.

HREC is a project of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, University of Alberta. HREC promotes research on the Holodomor and works to ensure that the man-made famine of 1932–33 in Ukraine is represented in curricula.

For more information, contact Marta Baziuk at hrec@ualberta.ca; 416 923-4732.

About us

HREC is a project of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (CIUS) of the University of Alberta, established through a gift of The Temerty Family Foundation. The HREC mandate is carried out by staff in a Toronto office, CIUS staff in Edmonton, and researchers in Ukraine. HREC also engages educators, scholars and institutions in the West and Ukraine.

Holodomor Basic Facts

Тhe term Holodomor (death by hunger, in Ukrainian) refers to the starvation of millions of Ukrainians in 1932–33 as a result of Soviet policies. The Holodomor can be seen as the culmination of an assault by the Communist Party and Soviet state on the Ukrainian peasantry, who resisted Soviet policies. More»

Contact us

  • Phone:
    +1 (416) 923-4732
  • Email:
    hrec@ualberta.ca
  • Address:

    620 Spadina Avenue, 2nd Floor, Toronto, ON M5S 2H4, Canada