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Magocsi, Paul Robert

MAGOCSI, Paul Robert

MAGOCSI, Paul Robert. Also writes as Pavel Macu, Philip Michaels. American, b. 1945. Genres: Area studies, History, Language/Linguistics. Career: Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, managing editor, 1975-82, lecturer, 1979-80; University of Toronto, ON, professor of history, 1980-. Carpatho-Rusyn Research Center, president, 1978-. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, visiting professor, 1989. Publications: Let's Speak Rusyn-Bisidujme po-rus'ky, 1976; The Shaping of a National Identity, 1978; Let's Speak Rusyn-Hovorim po-rus'ky: 1979; Wooden Churches in the Carpathians/Holzkirchen in der Karpaten, 1982; The Rusyn-Ukrainians of Czechoslovakia, 1983; Galicia: A Historical Survey and Bibliographic Guide, 1983; Our People: Carpatho-Rusyns and Their Descendants in North America, 1984, 3rd ed., 1994; Ukraine: A Historical Atlas, 1985; Ucrainica in the University of Toronto Library, 2 vols,, 1985; Carpatho-Rusyn Studies: An Annotated Bibliography, Vol I.: 1975-1984, 1988, Vol. II: 1985-1994, 1998; The Russian Americans, 1989, 2nd ed., 1996; The Carpatho-Rusyn Americans, 1989, 2nd ed., 2000; The Rusyns of Slovakia, 1993; Historical Atlas of East Central Europe, 1993, 2nd ed., 2002; A History of Ukraine, 1996; Of the Making of Nationalities There Is No End, 2 vols., 1999; The Roots of Ukrainian Nationalism, 2002. EDITOR: The Ukrainian Experience in the United States, 1979; Morality and Reality: The Life and Times of Andrei Sheptyts'kyi, 1989; The Persistence of Regional Cultures, 1993; Encyclopedia of Canada's Peoples, 1999; A New Slavic Language Is Born, 1996; Canada's Aboriginal Peoples, 2002; Encyclopedia of Rusyn History and Culture, 2002. Contributor to scholarly journals. Address: Department of History, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 1A1.

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