Marta Sybaczynsky correspondence and related papers


Ethnic Communities
Sybaczynsky, Marta
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Full title: Marta Sybaczynsky correspondence and related papers concerning the activities of the Ukrainian Council of NSW and the acceptance of the Ukrainian language into the NSW education system, 1972-2005

Correspondence concerning the Activity Committee, 1973-1976. In Ukrainian.
Ukrainian Council of NSW correspondence mainly between Marta Sybaczynsky, the Board of Studies, Australian Universities and Education Departments, 1972-1979, concerning the Activity Committee. In English.
Correspondence relating to the teaching of Ukrainian overseas and the beginnings of the Activity Committee, 1972-1974, in Ukrainian and English, and a summary of the Activity Committee, in Ukrainian.
Ukrainian Council of NSW, 1974-1985, mainly correspondence relating to its activities in smaller Ukrainian communities in NSW and support of Ukrainian schools in NSW for introducing the language into the HSC. In English and Ukrainian.
Archival Committee work history, 1985-1986, includes correspondence with State Library of NSW and scrapbook mainly relating to the library’s ‘Ethnic History’ campaign to collect and preserve of NSW ethnic history. In Ukrainian and English.
The Board of Ukrainian Ethnic Schools in NSW, 1979-1985, mainly correspondence and seminar programs and notes relating seminars and teaching instructions. In Ukrainian and English.
Ukrainian Folkloric Committee, 1990-1996, mainly correspondence with the National Museum of Australia relating to its role and mobile exhibits as an indication of Ukrainian culture, and its donation of Ukrainian arts and crafts. In Ukrainian and English.
Marta Sybaczynsky's open dialogue with the Ukrainian Community through 'Free Thought' press and her private thoughts on language as identification, 1982-2004. In English and Ukrainian.
Notes by Marta Sybaczynsky about the Ukrainian language, the role of language, parenting and socialisation, and culture in relation to immigrants in the 1950’s and 1960s, compiled ca. 2005, with photocopy of High School Certificate Ukrainian Language syllabus, ca. 2002.
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