The Kule Folklore Centre aspires to become the most important centre for the study of Ukrainian culture outside of Ukraine. More


  1. Maidan Exhibit

    Maidan: Through Patience to Hope

    October 02 2014

    The Kule Folklore Centre is proud to host the recreated exhibit Maidan - Through Patience to Hope which will be on display in the Rutherford Library until October 12. This exhibit captures the protests and changes in Ukraine this last winter and gives voice to real people and their feelings.

  2. Mike and Elsie Kawulych

    Kawulych Family renews their Commitment to Ukrainian Folklore Studies with New Donation

    August 30 2014

    Students taking courses in Ukrainian folklore will have access to new scholarship money, thanks to a significant new donation by Elsie Kawulych and Doug Kawulych to the Kule Folklore Centre and the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta. The new donation by the Kawulych family will be added to the “Elsie and Mike Kawulych Family Endowment,” providing awards for undergraduate and graduate students studying Ukrainian Folklore.

  3. Mrčevo villagers

    Ethnochoreology - what's it all about?

    August 29 2014

    Each year, most university professors travel to conferences in their fields to learn and to share their perspectives on particular topics. Kule Centre professors Andriy Nahachewsky, Natalie Kononenko, and Micah True are no exceptions. For example, this summer Andriy travelled to a conference on ethnochoreology (the study of traditional dance). The conference was very enlightening, and also a lot of fun!

  4. »more