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Terem («Терем»; Tower). An irregular illustrated cultural serial published from 1962 to 1975 in Detroit by the Institute of Ukrainian Culture, and after 1979 in Warren, Michigan, by the Association for the Advancement of Ukrainian Culture. By 1990, 10 issues had appeared. The chief editor was Yurii Tys. Each issue of Terem was devoted to a specific subject: the archeologist Yaroslav Pasternak (1962); postwar modernist literature (1966); the artists Mykhailo Dmytrenko (1968), Jacques Hnizdovsky (1975), and Liuboslav Hutsaliuk (1981); the writers Bohdan Nyzhankivsky (1971), Vasyl Barka (1979), Zenon Tarnavsky (1982), and Hryhorii Luzhnytsky (1984); and the artist and writer Sviatoslav Hordynsky (1990).

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

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