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Ksenya Kiebuzinski


Head, Petro Jacyk Central and East European Resource Centre, and Slavic Resources Coordinator, University of Toronto Libraries

130 St. George Street, Rm. 3008 (Robarts Library)
Toronto, Ontario M5S 1A5

416-978-1288 (M-W)
416-978-4826 (Th, F)
e-mail: ksenya.kiebuzinski@utoronto.ca
Website: http://pjrc.library.utoronto.ca/
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Research Interests:

Ukrainian studies; 19th-century French-Slavic cultural relations; theater and politics; Orientalism.


M.A.1999 (French and Women’s Studies), Ph.D. 2002 (Literary Studies) – Brandeis University
M.L.S. 1988 (Library Science) – State University of New York at Albany
B.A. 1986 (French and Geography) – University of Vermont

Recent Scholarship:

"The (Re)Fashioning of an Archetype of Genius: Mazepa in 19th-Century French Literature and Art." In Poltava 1709: The Battle and the Myth, ed. Serhii Plokhy. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2012 (forthcoming)

"Samizdat and Dissident Archives: Trends in Their Acquisition, Preservation and Access in North American Repositories." Slavic & East European Information Resources 13.1 (2012) (forthcoming)

"L'Ukrainien défendu: Censorship, Diplomacy and Literary Questions in an Era of Franco-Russian Rapprochement."  Harvard Ukrainian Studies 30 (2008) (forthcoming)

"History of the Ukrainian Collection at the University of Toronto Library." Solanus 22 (2011): 126-43.

Through Foreign Latitudes and Unknown Tomorrows: Three Hundred Years of Ukrainian Émigré Political Culture: Exhibition and Catalogue. Toronto: Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, 2010. 102 p.

 “Marie de Grandval's 'Mazeppa' on the French Operatic Stage” (in Ukrainian). In Vidkrytyi arkhiv 1 (2004): 245-84.
“La Jeanne d’Arc des Steppes: A Ukrainian Peasant Girl as Heroine of the Third Republic.” Vampirettes, Wretches, and Amazons: Western Representations of East European Women, eds. Valentina Glajar and Domnica Radulescu. (New York: East European Monographs, 2004). 61-90.

Media may contact Dr. Kiebuzinski for commentaries regarding archives, libraries, and access and freedom of information.


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