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The Carpatho-Rusyn Research Center Announces the Annual Steven Chepa Aleksander Dukhnovych Prize in Rusyn Literature (2015). Deadline for submission is April 1, 2015.



Shtefan Smolei: Aleksander Dukhnovych Prize 2014 Laureate

Writer Shtefan Smolei was the 2014 recipient of the Aleksander Dukhnovych Prize for Rusyn Literature for his novel Buri nad Beskydamy (Storms Over the Beskyds), Academy of Rusyn Culture in the Slovak Republic, Prešov, 2013.




Read the March 7, 2014 Appeal of the Transcarpathian Oblast Parliament to the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine endorsed by the World Academy of Carpatho-Rusyn Culture and 7 other Carpatho-Rusyn cultural organizations in North America.



Rusyn Schools in Subcarpathian Rus’ – 10 Years!

A grand celebration marking 10 years of special educational and cultural opportunities for Rusyn children in Ukraine was held in Mukachevo, Subcarpathian Rus’, on April 20. The Rusyn heritage school, or “Sunday school,” program educates between 500 and 700 children each year in Carpatho-Rusyn history, culture, and language.



Memorandum of the World Academy of Carpatho-Rusyn Culture on Ukraine’s Law No. 5029-VI: “The Principles of the State’s Language Policy” (May 15, 2013)



The Linden and the Oak by Mark Wansa

The World Academy of Carpatho-Rusyn Culture is delighted to announce the publication of Mark Wansa's epic historical novel The Linden and the Oak.

Mr. Wansa devoted nine years of research, travel, and writing to his debut novel, a book that authentically details the customs, traditions, and day-to-day existence of the Carpatho-Rusyn people in the decade between 1913 and 1922.

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Paul Robert Magocsi: Scholar, Historian and Public Advocate

A symposium devoted to the scholarly activity of Professor Paul Robert Magocsi was held in Toronto, Canada.


Fellows of the World Academy

The World Academy of Carpatho-Rusyn Culture is pleased to announce the founding membership of the Academy. Fellows of the World Academy of Carpatho-Rusyn Culture are Carpatho-Rusyns of notable cultural and academic achievement. In publicly recognizing the accomplishments of this group, the Academy aims to create a collaborative transnational network for the dissemination of research and information about Carpatho-Rusyn history and culture.

Our list of scholars in Carpatho-Rusyn studies has also been updated.


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