In-depth individual consultations can be arranged during regular business hours Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., with the following PJRC staff members:
Ksenya Kiebuzinski, Ph.D., Head, PJRC & Slavic Resources Coordinator
Specialist in bibliography and archival management. Research interests include French-Ukrainian cultural relations during the 19th century; theatre and politics; and Orientalism.
416-978-1288 (M-W); 416-978-4826 (Th-F)
Wasyl Sydorenko, M.I.St., Reference Specialist
On staff at the University of Toronto Libraries for over 25 years. Studied at the Ukrainian Free University in Munich. Ukrainian specialist, musicologist, editor, publisher, and Cyrillic software consultant.
Nadia Zavorotna, M.A., M.I.St, Reference Specialist
(On leave October-December 2017)
Interests include the intellectual life of Ukrainian emigres in interwar Czechoslovakia, and developing electronic bibliographies and indexes in the field of Slavic and East European studies.
Graduate Student Library Assistants:
Natalia Barykina, M.A., Ph.D., M.I. Candidate (Faculty of Information, 2016-2018)
Cultural geographer. Research interests include transnationalism, and modernist urban planning in Germany, Austria, and the USSR in the 1930s.
Maria Sokulsky-Dolnycky, M.I. Candidate (Faculty of Information, 2016-2018)
Interests include socio-linguistics, music history, and library and information science.