About The Book
Co-published by the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies and the Department of Classical, Byzantine and Medieval Studies of the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv, this book is a collection of multilingual and multidisciplinary scholarly papers presented at an international conference entitled Armenian-Ukrainian Historical Contacts and held in Lviv in May of 2008.
Among the twelve papers included in this volume is Iaroslav Dashkevych's Ukrainian-language essay on the Armenian self-government in Kyiv in the 15th to 17th centuries, Iryna Haiuk's Ukrainian-language article on the history of Armenian culture in Ukraine, Myron Kapral's English-language paper on Armenian and Ruthenian Elders in Lviv in the late medieval and early modern period, Mik>ayelm AËak>elian's English-language study of the 16th and 17th-century Armenian illuminated manuscripts in Galicia, Podilia, and Bukovyna, and Anush Ter-Minasian's Russian-language essay on the architecture of the Armenian cathedral in Lviv.
The book Armenian-Ukrainian Historical Contacts was co-edited by Kevork Bardakjian (USA), Frank E. Sysyn (Canada), and Andrii Yasinovskyi (Ukraine).
About The Authors
Frank E. Sysyn is Director of the Peter Jacyk Centre for Ukrainian Historical Research at the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies and Editor-in-Chief of the Hrushevsky Translation Project. He is a co-editor of
Graduate of the Weston Jesuit School of Theology, Andrii Yasinovskyi is director of the Ukrainian Catholic University Press.
Dr. Kevork B. Bardakjian was born in Beirut, Lebanon. He received his first degrees in Armenian studies from the University of Yerevan and his D.Phil. from Oxford University, England. As a Senior Lecturer and Armenian Bibliographer he taught Armenian literature, language, culture and history at Harvard University from 1974 to …
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