News

6
July
ATTENTION! POLISH-UKRAINIAN COMPETITION FOR PUBLISHING projects in humanities The “Dukh i litera” (“Spirit and letter”) publisher and Jan Nowak-Yezhoransky College of Eastern Europe Foundation in Wroclaw announce the competition for preparation and implementation of projects in humanities (philosophy, sociology, history, literary studies, cultural studies, art history etc.) Read more (in Ukrainian).
6
July
25 – 26 September, 2016 in The European Institute for Jewish Studies Paideia (Sweden) will be held an International Conference “Bayit”. Read more
9
June
Kyiv June 29-July 1, 2016 International Academic Conference “Sholem Aleichem: Writer and Symbol”.Read more.
25
April
Soon will be publicated the “Handbook of Aramaic language of Bible and Onkelos’ Targum.” (in Ukrainian language)
22
April
In the office of the Vaad of Ukraine a lecture of the famous Ukrainian translator Yuri Prokhasko was held. The lection was devoted to the work of Deborah Vogel and Katja Petrovskaja. In the end of the lecture Yuri shared his experience in the translation of texts.
21
April
We have published the half of the text Joanna Olczak-Roniker`s book “Janusz Korczak. Pages of biography” (in Ukrainian language).
14
April
22.04.2016 18:00 in “Books Arsenal” festival in «Pechera» hall the presentation of the book “Shalahmonesy” will be hosted.
14
April
21.04.2016 the presentation of the book “Maidan. Svidchennia” will be hosted in Mystetzky Arsenal.
7
April
Today we celebrate the 56th birthday of the publicist Igor Golfman. We publish his article “The concurent competition” in the magazine “Antikvar” (russian language).
31
March
The work of digitization of political posters, available in our archive, is ending.
We publish some of them.
30
March
International Conference for the 100th anniversary of the death of Sholem Aleichem June 29-July 1, 2016. Details.
29
March
Reportage about boudoir textile dolls of the characters of the stories about Tevye the dairyman by the artist Oksana Tsyupa
14
March
In the second half of 2016 the twenty-sixth edition of the artistic and journalistic almanac “Egupets” (compiled by Alexander Uralova) will be published. In cooperation with the Lithuanian Institute of Culture the 26 Almanac issue will be dedicated to the Jewish writers from Lithuania.
In this issue will be presented translations of Abraham Sutzkever, Itzkhokas Meras, Sarah Reyzn, Moshe Kullback and others.
11
March
10.03.2016 in Lviv The Ukrainian Catholic University hosted a presentation of the book “Maidan. Svіdchennya. Kiev, 2013-2014 “, edited by Leonid Finberg and Ulyana Golovach.
10
March
March 9, 2016, in Kiev began its work “School of Translation from Hebrew to Ukrainian language” and “School of Translation from Yiddish to Ukrainian language”, organized by the “Center for Research of History and Culture of East European Jewry.” Follow the progress of the training!
23
February
The book “Maidan. Svіdchennya. Kiev, 2013-2014. ” was presented. This publication is a joint
project of the Kyiv-Mohyla Business School, and the publishing house “The spirit and letter”, implemented with the support of “Vidrojennia” International Foundation.
10
February

February 10, at 17.00 in

the Museum of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy the book of well known Professor NaUKMA

Olga Gnatyuk “Courage and fear” was discussed.
The participants:
• Vyacheslav Bryukhovetsky – Professor, Honorary President of NaUKMA
• Martha Boyanivska – Ph.D., translator of the book
• Olga Gnatyuk – the author
• Konstantin Sigov- the director of the publishing house “Spirit and

Letter”, moderated
• Tetiana Yaroshenko – Ph.D., vice president of NaUKMA.

26
January

An evidence

anthology of Kyiv Maydan is getting ready to print. We encourage

you to watch an advert video , made by espreso.tv, and the interview, dedicated to this book,

with Leonid Finberg and Ulyana Holovach as well.

19
January

The translated autobiography of Jerzy Giedroyc has been

published recently. It will be important for everyone, eather interested in

Jerzy Giedroyc’s personality, or those who are interested in European

history, Poles’ and theirs neighbors’ fight for freedom.

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