Ukrainian Studies

Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures

SLA238, Literature of the Ukrainian Canadian Experience, Fall 2022

Instructor:Maxim Tarnawsky121 St. Joseph St. Alumni Hall 403 416-978–8972

Schedule of Student Presentations, Fall 2022
Sept 8Not available for presentations.
15 Not available for presentations.
22 Not available for presentations.
29 Not available for presentations
Oct 6Not available for presentations
13 Not available for presentations
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Nov 10 Not available for presentations
17Anna Poholielova. Barbara Sapergia, Blood and Salt
24 Kateryna Sahan. Atwood. Life Before Man
Rostyslav Skidchenko. Janice Kulyk Keefer. The Ladies' Lending Library
Jana Riapolova. Helen Potrebenko. Hey Waitress and other stories
Stepan Velichko. Elizabeth Bachinsky God of Missed Connections
Dec 1Not available for presentations

Class Presentations are oral reports to the class on works other than those read by the class as a whole. Students must choose a work of literature from the list of suggested readings. Students are to give an oral presentation of from ten to fifteen minutes. Presentations should be constructed as a general overview of the work and its author along with a subjective evaluation of the most salient features of the work. Presentations are scheduled on a first come first served basis within normal class meetings. No more than two presentations per class meeting. Email the instructor to reserve a date from the schedule above.

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