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Interview with Anastasiya Lyubas

Contributor

Lyubas, Anastasiya ; Shulga, Maria ; Kim, Sulim

Description

Anastasiya Lyubas is a PhD candidate in the Department of Comparative Literature at Binghamton University. She is originally from Lviv, Ukraine. After graduation, she wants to teach in Europe.

Date

2015-03-30

Rights

In Copyright

Date Modified

2018-04-09

Is Part Of

Ukrainian Oral History Project

Extent

58:14

OHMS Object

Date of Interview

2015-03-30

Interviewer

Maria Shulga and Sulim Kim

Interviewee

Anastasiya Lyubas

Biographical Text

Anastasiya Lyubas is a PhD candidate in the Department of Comparative Literature at Binghamton University. She is originally from Lviv, Western Ukraine. After graduation, she wants to teach in Europe.

Duration

58:14 minutes

Digital Publisher

Binghamton University

Digital Format

audio/mp3

Material Type

Sound

Collection

Ukrainian Oral History Project

Interview Format

audio

Subject LCSH

Lyubas, Anastasiya. --Interviews; Ukrainians--United States; Russians--United States; Diaspora, Ukrainian;  Ethnic identity; Borderlands -- Poland -- History Ukrainian; Identity; Culture; Education; Americanization.

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Keywords

Interviews; Ukrainians; Ukrainian diaspora; Graduate students, Foreign; Translators; Ethnic identity

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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 Anastasiya Lyubas,” Digital Collections, accessed February 26, 2024, https://omeka.binghamton.edu/omeka/items/show/747.