Ukraïns’ka knyha (Philadelphia)

Ukraïns’ka knyha (Philadelphia) [«Українська книга»; Ukrainian Book]. A quarterly journal of bibliography and bibliology published in Philadelphia in 1971–82 by the Society of Ukrainian Bibliophiles, the Ukrainian Library Association of America, and the Bibliographic Commission of the Shevchenko Scientific Society. Edited by Bohdan Romanenchuk, Vasyl Lev, and Mykola Kravchuk, it was, in many ways, a continuation of an earlier periodical: Ukraïns’ka knyha. It contained articles on the history of Ukrainian book publishing, bibliographies, reviews of émigré and Soviet publications, biographies, and organizational news.

[This article originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Ukraine, vol. 5 (1993).]




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