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DOES A FOURTH RUS’ EXIST?

CONCERNING CULTURAL IDENTITY

IN THE CARPATHIAN REGION

 

Edited by Paul Best and Stanislaw Stepien

CZY ISTNIEJE CZWARTA RUŚ?

ISBN 978-83-60374-09-2

Przemyśl - Higganum 2009, s. 364

cena: 40,00 zł

 

                                                                              SPIS TREŚCI

 

Preface

9

Paul Robert Magоcsі

The Fourth Rus': A NewReality In a New Europe

11

LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

 

Kevin Hannan

Assimilation and Nation-Building Among East Slavs in

the Carpathians: an Ethnolinguistic Perspective

27

Helena Duc'-Fajfer

The Axiologizing of Ethnic Space in Lemko Cultural Texts

45

Michael Moser

Did AlexandrDuchnovych Strive to Create

aRusynLiterary Language?

63

Valerii Padiak

The Reduction of the Status of the Rusyn Language to that of

 a Ukrainian Dialect as Part of the language policy of the USSR

on the terrain after the Annexation of SubcarpathianRus'

81

Anna Pliskova

Practical Aspects of the Rusyn Language in Slovakia

89

FOLK AND FOLKLORE

 

Mykhailo Selivachov

Traditional Folk Art in Ethnically Mixed Villages in the

Carpathian Region (notes for discussion)

117

Mikola Musinka

VolodimirSichinsky: researcher on Ukrainian Architecture

of the Carpathian Region

121

HISTORY AND RELIGIOUS LIFE

 

Stanislaw Nabywaniec

The Greek Catholic Clergy and Lemko National Orientation

137

Stanislaw Stepien

KrosnoRuś: Concerning the Dilemma of the Identity

ofso-calledZamieszańcy

147

Inna Poyizdnyk

Attempts of the Greek-Catholic Church and its Clergy

to Influence the Formation of National Identity

in the Lemko Region

157

Christian Ganzer

„Ukrainian Piedmont” or Merely a „Republic for a Day”?

Carpatho-Ukraine 1938/39

167

StanislavKonecny

The Status ofRuthenians in the Slovak Region, to 1944

179

Marian Gajdos

The Ukrainian National Council of Priasevcina

(The Presov Region) 1945-1951

197

SOCIAL LIFE

 

Ewa Michna

Methods used by Carpatho-Rusyn Leaders to Legitimize

their National Aspirations in Slovakia, Ukraine and Poland

IDENTITY IN DIASPORA

215

Mikhajlo Fejsa

VojvodinaRusyns /Ruthenians:

Proof that a Fourth Rus' Does Exist

229

Paul Best

The Five St. Johns of Bridgeport

239