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by Andrew; Gaffield Chad; Woodsworth John; University of Ottawa Staff Donskov

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in Canada: A multi-disciplinary perspective on their unity and diversity : proceedings of a conference held at the University of Ottawa, 22-24 October 1999.

The Doukhobor centenary in Canada: A multi-disciplinary perspective on their unity and diversity : proceedings of a conference held at the University of Ottawa, 22-24 October 1999.

4. Leo Tolstoy and the Canadian Doukhobors: an historic relationship. A monograph by Andrew Donskov. xiii +473 pp. 5. Anton Pavlovich Chekhov: poetics - hermeneutics - thematics.

by: Andrew · Gaffield, Chad · Woodsworth, John · University of Ottawa Staff Donskov. ISBN: 978-0-88927-276-7. ISBN-10: 0-88927-276-X.

by Andrew/ Gaffield, Chad/ Woodsworth, John/ University of Ottawa Staff Donskov · data of the paperback book Doukhobor centenary i. .by: Andrew · Gaffield, Chad · Woodsworth, John · University of Ottawa Staff Donskov.

Ottawa: University of Ottawa . Proceedings of an international conference on "The Doukhobor Centenary in Canada: a multi-disciplinary perspective on their unity and diversity" held at the Univerity of Ottawa.

x+359 pp. ISBN 0-88927-016-3. xvi+365 pp. ISBN 0-88927-276-X. 2002 Canadian Doukhobors on the Web: an annotated guide. On-line book compiled and with an Introduction by John Woodsworth. Ottawa: Institute of Canadian Studies at the University of Ottawa, 2002.

Describing the spiritual roots of the Doukhobors means first establishing what its doctrinal teachings are.

The following is a keynote address given by Russian ethnographer and archivist Svetlana A. Inikova at the Doukhobor Centenary Conference, held at the University of Ottawa on October 22-24, 1999. Reproduced by permission from A. Donskov, J. Woodsworth & C. Gaffield (ed., The Doukhobor Centenary in Canada, A Multi-Disciplinary Perspective on their Unity and Diversity. Describing the spiritual roots of the Doukhobors means first establishing what its doctrinal teachings are. ISBN 10: 088927276X ISBN 13: 9780889272767.

and they were eventually forced off their communal lands. When this was ignored, the Doukhobors announced they would be marching to Rostov on the 14 th of October to demand the release of the prisoners and followed up on this announcement a few days later than planned, on Oct.

This paper shows how machine learning can help in analyzing and understanding historical change. Using data from the Canadian census of 1901, we discover the influences on bilingualism in Canada at the beginning of the last century.

Chad Gaffield is Distinguished University Professor at the University of.

Chad Gaffield is Distinguished University Professor at the University of Ottawa in Canada.