Institute for Ukrainian Diaspora Studies Presented to the Students
February 14, 2008
The Director of the Institute for Ukrainian Diaspora Studies Alla Atamanenko presented it to Ostroh Academy students of different university colleges to encourage the young scholars to use the resources of the Institute.
The Institute was established in January 2002 as a department of Ostroh Academy with the aim to study the lives, activities, scientific achievements of Ukrainians who live abroad, and to maintain scientific and cultural ties with the members of diaspora, which has been successfully accomplished for the last six years. The primary objectives for the Institute is co-operation with scientific and educational establishments founded by Ukrainian emigrants. This co-operation is realised through conferences, exchanges of books and scientific resources that constantly enrich the library fund of the Institute.
Mrs Atamanenko informed the students about the possibilities and advances in researches they may have if they use the funds of the Institute, particularly books and magazines. Book collections include dictionaries, unique encyclopaedias (like Yevhen Yunatskyi Encyclopaedia), publications on ethnology, history, art, Ukrainian culture, etc.
Generally, the Institute for Ukrainian Diaspora Studies encourages the students to co-operate not only by using the library resources of the Institute, but also by participating in conferences and projects organized by this establishment.
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