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Interview with Julia Kiosse

Contributor

Kiosse, Julia ; Kiosse, Alexandra

Description

Julia Kiosse was the daughter of a Russian native and a native Moldovan. She immigrated to the United States in 1998 with her daughter, but without her husband as he could not get the proper documents in time. She lived in a small apartment in Brooklyn for one year before she moved back to Moldova to be with her husband. She moved with her family to the United States in 2000 and settled in Brooklyn.

Date

2016-03-26

Rights

In Copyright

Date Modified

2016-04-05

Is Part Of

Ukrainian Oral History Project

Extent

59:48

OHMS Object

Date of Interview

2016-03-26

Interviewer

Alexandra Kiosse

Interviewee

Julia Kiosse

Biographical Text

Julia Kiosse was the daughter of a Russian native and a native Moldovan. She immigrated to the United States in 1998 with her daughter, but without her husband as he could not get the proper documents in time. She lived in a small apartment in Brooklyn for one year before she moved back to Moldova to be with her husband. She moved with her family to the United States in 2000 and settled in Brooklyn.

Duration

59:48 minutes

Digital Publisher

Binghamton University

Digital Format

audio/mp3

Collection

Ukrainian Oral History Project

Interview Format

audio

Subject LCSH

Kiosse, Julia. --Interviews; Moldovans--United States; Russians--United States; Diaspora, Russian; Jews; Migrations; Ethnic identity; Borderlands -- Moldova -- History; Glasnost--Soviet Union; Migrations; Communism; City and town life--New York (State)--New York

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Keywords

Interviews; Immigrants; Soviet Union; Russians; Moldova; Volleyball players

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Collection Description

The Ukrainian Oral History project consists of a collection of undergraduate student interviews with immigrants from East Central Europe, particularly the lands of what is now Ukraine. Four interviews took place in New York City and record the memories of Jewish immigrants. A few interviews testify to specifically Russian… More

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“Interview with Julia Kiosse,” Digital Collections, accessed February 26, 2024, https://omeka.binghamton.edu/omeka/items/show/586.