Bibliography of works by Bogdan Horbal



      Bogdan Horbal (b. October 27, 1965, Ścinawa, Poland) is a historian and librarian. He is the son of parents from the Lemko villages of Bartne and Muszynka, who were deported from their Carpathian homeland during the 1947 Vistula Operation to Silesia in southwestern Poland where he was born. He studied history at the University of Wrocław in Poland (1984-1989; M.A., 1996), then in 1990 emigrated to the United States. He studied library science at Queens College in New York City (M.L.S, 1999) and works at the New York Public Library (bhorbal@nypl.org). In 2005 he returned to the University of Wrocław where he defended his PhD dissertation. Horbal is interested in the evolution of his native Lemko-Rusyn people in both Europe and North America.

Legnica

      1988

      1. “Łemkowie,” Akces: Pismo NZS Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego no.1 (Wrocław, Poland, 1988): 5-6,

      2. “Ruska Narodna Respublyka Lemkiv,” Holos Vatrŷ, no.5 ([Bartne], Poland, 1988): 7. Reprinted in Lemkivskii kalendar 1993 (Legnica-Krynica, 1993): 68-72.

      1989

      3. Piotr Salmon [pseudonym]. “Akcja Wisła na Łemkowszczyźnie,” Akces. Pismo NZS Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego no. 3-4 (Wrocław, 1989): 44-47. [Review of a work by Kazimierz Pudło, Łemkowie: proces wrastania w środowisko Dolnego Śląska 1947-1985

      1990

      4. “Rusnakŷ z Bachkŷ,” Besida 2, no. 2-3 (Krynica-Legnica, 1992): 11-12.

      5. “Triokh Sandovychyv,” Besida 2, no.3-4 (Krynica-Legnica, 1992): 3-4, 11. Reprinted in Rusyn 4, no.1 (Prešov, 1993): 18-19, and http://lemko.org

      1993

      6. “Łemkowie” Nowy Dziennik (Przegląd Polski 22, no.5624 (New York, 1993): 2-3.

      1994

      7. “About Pravda,” Karpatska Rus’ 67, no.5 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1994). Reprinted on the Internet (The Carpatho-Rusyn Knowledge Base).

      8. “Interviu (zo Semanom Telychkom i ioho zhenom Paraskom)” (in six parts), Karpatska Rus’ 67, no.9 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1994): 3-4 – 68, no.1 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1995): 2-3.

      10. “Carpatho-Ruthenian Holdings Astonish an Independent Scholar,” Research Libraries Notes v. 6, no. 2 (New York, 1994): 25.

      11. “Apostol’ska Administratsyia Lemkivshchŷnŷ,” Lemkivskii kalendar 1994 (Legnica-Krynica, 1994): 106-108.

      12. “Ansambl’ Lemkovyna maie 25 rokiv,” Karpatska Rus’ 67, no.12 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1994): 4-5.

      13. “S’viatyi Aleksii Tovt i pochatkŷ relihiinoho zhŷtia Karpatskŷkh Rusyniv v Hamerytsi,” Karpatska Rus’ 67, nos.16-17-18 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1994): 3-4; 5; 5.

      14. “Novyi lemkivskii kalendar napechatano v Pol’shchŷ,” Karpatska Rus’ 67, no.20 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1994): 4-5 [Review of Lemkivskii kalendar 1994 (Legnica-Krynica, 1994)]

      15. “New York Public Library Staff Seminar on Collection of the Heritage Institute of the Diocese of Passaic - Remarks Delivered by Bogdan Horbal,” Eastern Catholic Life 30, no.10 (West Paterson, N.J., Apr.23, 1994): 7-8.

      16. “Ivan Kyndia i ioho istoryia sela Oriabyny,” Karpatska Rus’ 67, no.21 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1994): 2.

      17. “Teatral’na drama pro Lemkivsku Respublyku,” Karpatska Rus’ 67, no.22 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1994): 3.

      19. “Where Cultural and National Borders Diverge”, Jidaijin (Tokyo, March 10, 1994): 13 (with Japanese translation). [Co-authored with Susyn Y. Mihalasky]

      1995

      20. “Sviashch. Prof. Dr. Tyt Mŷshkovskii (1861-1939),” Karpatska Rus’ 68, no.5 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1995): 1, 4.

      21. “Teofil Kačmarčyk (1843-1922)”, Carpatho-Rusyn American 18, no.1 (Fairfax, Va., 1995): 3.

      22. “Rusynskii Demokratychnyi Kruh Lemkiv “Hospodar” v Pol’shchŷ,” Karpatska Rus’ 68, no.11 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1995): 3-4.

      24. “27-yi Lemkivskii Festival’ v Lemko-Parku,” Karpatska Rus’ 68, no.20 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1995): 2.

      25. “Jaroslav Kačmarčyk (1885-194?)”, Carpatho-Rusyn American 18, no. 2 (Fairfax, VA, 1995): 3. Reprinted on the Internet (The Carpatho-Rusyn Knowledge Base).

      26. “Viktor Hladyk (1873-1947),” Karpatska Rus’ 68, nos.8 and 9 (Yonkers, N.Y., 1995): 3-5, 3-5.

      27. “Robin Hoods of the Carpathians,” Jidaijin (Tokyo, February 10, 1995): 10-11 (with Japanese translation).

      28. “Victor P.Hladyk (1873-1947)”, Carpatho-Rusyn American 18, no.3 (Fairfax, VA, 1995): 3. Reprinted on the Internet (The Carpatho-Rusyn Knowledge Base).

      29. “Byzantine Catholic (Ruthenian) Language Books: a collection of forty-three volumes microfilmed for the Slavic and Baltic Division of the New York Public Library, [Typewritten] [New York: NYPL, Slav. & Baltic Div., 1995] (16, 3 pp.). Reprinted on the Internet (The Carpatho-Rusyn Knowledge Base) as “Language Books For Carpatho-Rusyns From The Collection of The Episcopal And Heritage Institute (EHI).”

      32. “Seminar and Reception Honoring Bishop Michael,” Eastern Catholic Life (Monday, July 30, 1995), p. 3 [With Richard Renoff].

      1996

      34. “Metodyj Trokhanovskij,” Carpatho-Rusyn American 19, no.2 (Fairfax, VT, 1996): 2. Reprinted on the Internet (The Carpatho-Rusyn Knowledge Base).

      36. [Review of Paul Robert Magocsi, The Rusyns of Slovakia: An Historical Survey, Classics of Carpatho-Rusyn scholarship 6 (New York: Columbia Univ. Press/East European Monographs, 1993) (185 pp.)] in Canadian-American Slavic Studies 30, no. 2-4 (Los Angeles, 1996): 448-450.

      1997

      Reviews:

         (PT), Besida 9, no. 5 (Krynica-Legnica, 1997): 14-15.

        Mihalasky, Susyn Yvonne, Nationalities Papers 26, no.2 (Charleston, Ill., 1998):  360-361.

        Duć-Fajfer, Helena, Slavia Orientalis 47, no. 3 (Warszawa, 1998): 527-530.

        Olszański, Tadeusz, Magury 98 (Warszawa, 1998): 25-36.

        M.T., Slavenský přehled, no. 1 (Praha, 1998): 101-102.

        Ślężak, Monika, Przegląd Polonijny 25, no. 3 (Kraków, 1999): 159-161.

        Mark, Rudolf A., Zeitschrift für Ostmitteleuropa-Forschung 48 (Marburg, 1999):  151-152.

        Wozniak, Peter, Austrian History Yearbook 32 (New York, 2001): 317-318.

        Snyder, Timothy, Canadian-American Slavic Studies 35, no. 23 (Idylwild, Calif., 2001): 364- 365.

      1998

      43. “Works by Pëtr Bogatyrëv on Carpatho-Rusyns,” in Pëtr Bogatyrëv, Vampires in the Carpathians: Magicaleu acts, rites, and beliefs in Subcarpathian Rus', translated by Stephen Reynolds and Patricia A. Krafcik. Classics of Carpatho-Rusyn scholarship 10 (New York: Columbia University Press/East European Monographs, 1998): xix-xxii [with the assistance of Edward Kasinec].

      1999

      47. “Stremlinia Rusyniv do avtonomii v chasi Vesnŷ Narodiv,” Lemkivskii kalendar 1999 (Legnica-Krynica, 1999): 81-85.

      48. “Two More 'Histories' of Lemko Villages Published,” The New Rusyn Times 6, no. 5 (Pittsburgh, 1999): 14.

      49. “A Tribute: Jerzy Harasymowicz, Polish Poet Known for his “Carpathian” (especially Lemko) Themes, Dead at 66,” The New Rusyn Times 6, no. 6 ((Pittsburgh, 1999): 12.

      51. “S’viatyi Aleksii Tovt i pochatkŷ relihiinoho zhŷtia Karpatskŷkh Rusyniv v Hamerytsi,” Antyfon no.1 (9) (Krynica-Sanok-Gorlice, 1999): 25-30; no. 2 (10) (1999): 25-31.

      2000

      52. “Rusofil’skii rukh Lypets 1919 – Serpen 1920,” Besida 12, no. 4 (Legnica-Krynica, 2000): 6-7, no, 5, pp.6-7; no. 6, pp. 6-7 [Translation of a chapter form item no. 36]

      53. “The Carpatho-Ukraine Episode, Blown out of Proportion,” The New Rusyn Times 7, no. 1 (Pittsburgh, 2000): 7, 14.

      54. “Paru sliv o iednii lenii Durkotiv – lemkivskŷkh sviashchennykiv i suspil’no-kul’turnŷkh diiachiv,” Lemkivskii kalendar 2000 (Legnica-Krynica, 2000): 70-74.

      56. [Review of Natalyia Dudash, compl., Rusynsky/Rusky pysni, Novy Sad: [s.n.], 1997] in Journal of Ukrainian Studies 25, no. 1-2 (Toronto, 2000): 257-259.

      2001

      57. “Rusofil’skii rukh Sichen – Chervets 1921,” Besida 13, no. 1 (Legnica-Krynica, 2001): 6-7, no. 2, pp. 6-7, no.3-4, pp. 6-7, no. 5, pp. 8-9 [Translation of a chapter from item no. 36]

      58. [Review of: Adam Barna, Andryi Kvoka, Izbŷ i Bilychna: davno i teper (Lignytsia: Oficyna Wydawnicza ATUT, 2000)] in The New Rusyn Times 8, no. 3 (Pittsburgh, 2001): 6-7.

      59. “More Rusyn periodicals at the New York Public Library,” The New Rusyn Times 8, no. 3 (Pittsburgh, 2001): 7.

      60. “Mykola Horbal’,” Besida 13, no. 1 (Legnica-Krynica, 2001): 7.

      61.[Review of Lemkivshchyna. Istoryko-etnohrafichne doslidzhennia, vol.1 Material'na kul'tura (L'viv: Instytut narodoznavstva NAN Ukraïny, 1999) (358 pp)] in The Polish Review 46, no. 2 (New York, 2001): 240-245, also online at http://www.lemko.org/magura/scholar/hoshko.html,, and also in Polish translation in: Antoni Podraza, Andrzej Zięba, and Helena Duć-Fajfer, eds., Prace Komisji Wschodnioeuropejskiej PAU 9 (Kraków, 2004): 195-198.

      62. “Do istoryi ruskŷkh burs na Lemkovyni,” in Lemkivskii richnyk 2001 (Krynica-Legnica, 2001): 63-66.

.

      63. “Vasyl’ Kuryllo,” in Lemkivskii richnyk 2001 (Krynica-Legnica, 2001): 107-113.

      64. “Tyt Mŷshkovskii,” in Lemkivskii richnyk 2001 (Krynica-Legnica, 2001): 120-127.

      65. “Emylyian Venhrynovych-otets i Emylyian Venhrynovych-sŷn,” in Lemkivskii richnyk 2001 (Krynica-Legnica, 2001): 128-131.

      66. “Iosyf Fedoronko,” in Lemkivskii richnyk 2001 (Krynica-Legnica, 2001): 137-139.

      2002

      67. “Pravda Editors 1902-2002,” The Truth 100, no. 3 (Carbondale, Pa., 2002): 4-5. [Expanded reprint of no. 7]

      68. “Viktor Hladyk (1873-1947),” The Truth 100, no. 4 (Carbondale, Pa., 2002): 4-5. [Reprint of no. 27]

      72. “Shtefan Kychura,” in Lemkivskii richnyk 2002 (Krynica-Legnica, 2002): 82-85.

      73. “Orest Hnatyshak,” in Lemkivskii richnyk 2002 (Krynica-Legnica, 2002): 102-107.

      74. “The Ukrainian Insurgent Army in the Lemko Region,” in Paul Best, Jarosław Moklak, eds., The Lemko Region, 1939-1945: War, Occupation, and Deportations, Carpatho-Slavic Studies, vol. 4 (Kraków-New Haven: Carpatho-Slavic Studies Group, 2002): 171-182 [Translation of item no. 38]

      75. “Smak Doli Semana Madzeliana,” in Lemkivskii richnyk 2002 (Krynica-Legnica, 2002): 126-134 [with Petro Trokhanovskii].

      76. “Carpatho-Rusyns of Romania Join National Revival,” The New Rusyn Times 9, no. 5 (Pittsburgh, 2002): 6, 11.

      77. Paul Robert Magocsi, Ivan Pop, eds., Encyclopedia of Rusyn History and Culture (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002) [170 entries by Bogdan Horbal]. Some entries are on the web at http://www.rusyn.org/rusyns.html

      Reviews:

        Dabrowski, Patrice. Harvard Ukrainian Studies 25, no. ¾ (2001): 304-305.

        Gardner, Laura. Reference Reviews 17, no. 5 (2003): 59-60.

        (pt), Besida 15, no.3 (Krynica-Legnica, 2003): 24-25.

        Longworth, P. University of Toronto Quarterly 73, no. 1 (Winter 2003): 123-124.

        Miller, T. Choice 40, no. 10 (Chicago, Ill., June 2003): 1728.

        Kočík, René,Podkarpatská Rus no. 4 (Praha, 2003), English, abbreviated version, Outpost Dispatch [.pdf file] 2, no. 7 (July, 2003): 14.

        Wróbel, Piotr. Letters in Canada 73, no. 1 (Winter 2003/2004): 123-124.

        Horoshchak Iaroslav. “Neproportsional’na entsyklopedyia,” Besida 15, no. 1-2 (Krynica-Legnica, 2004): 27-29.

        …………… Slavic & East European Information Resources 5, no. ½ (2004).

        Krafcik, Patricia A. Canadian Slavonic Papers 46, no. ½ ( March-June 2004): 253- 254.

        Harasymiw, Bohdan, Canadian Review of Studies in Nationalism 31 (2004).

        Mund, Stephane. Journal of European Studies 35, no. 3 (Sep. 2005): 387-389.

        Vanko, Juraj. Jahrbücher für Geschichte Osteuropas 53 (2005): 573-574.

         Polowy, Teresa. Slavic and East European Journal 50, no 2 (Summer 2006): 366- 367.

         Jelinek, Yeshayahu A. Journal of Jewish Studies 60, no. 2 (Autumn 2009): 363-363.

      2003

      79. “Viktor Hladyk,” in Lemkivskii richnyk 2003 (Krynica-Legnica, 2003): 132-142.

      83. [Review of A.IU. Bakhturina, Politika Rossiiskoi Imperii v Vostochnoi Galitsii v gody Pervoi mirovoi voiny. Moskva: AIRO-XX, 2000] in The Polish Review 48, no. 2 (New York, 2003): 221-223.

      2004

      86. “Miss Lemko and the Champ,” Outpost Dispatch [.pdf file] 2, no. 4 (April, 2004): 7, 9.

      87. “’Akcyja Visla’ Premiers,” Outpost Dispatch [.pdf file] 2, no. 6 (August, 2004): 8, reprinted as: “Motion Picture Akcyja Visla-Operation ‘Vistula’ Successfully Debuts in Poland,” The New Rusyn Times 11, no. 4 (Pittsburgh, 2004): 6-7.

      88. “Rutenika Foundation Makes Noise with Five New Releases,” Outpost Dispatch [.pdf file] 2, no. 7 (July, 2004): 4, reprinted as: “Rutenika Foundation Publishes Four Lemko Rusyn Language Resources,” The New Rusyn Times 11, no. 4 (Pittsburgh, 2004): 12-13.

      89. “Ukraińcy a sprawa łemkowska (1914-1919),” in Stanisław Ciesielski, Teresa Kulak, Krzysztof Ruchniewicz, and Jakub Tyszkiewicz, eds., Wokół historii i polityki. Studia z dziejów XIX i XX wieku dedykowane Profesorowi Wojciechowi Wrzesińskiemu w siedemdziesiątą rocznicę urodzin (Toruń: Wydaw. Adam Marszałek, 2004): 263-269.

      92. “Istoryia nemaliuvana,” Besida 16, no. 5 (Krynica-Legnica, 2004): 20-21, vol. 16, no. 6, pp.17-18; [Reprint of item no. 8]

      2005

      93. Paul Robert Magocsi, Ivan Pop, eds., Encyclopedia of Rusyn History and Culture (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2nd revised and expanded ed. 2005) [193 entries written by Bogdan Horbal]. Some entries are on the web at http://www.rusyn.org/rusyns.html

      2006

      96. “Ivan Vendzylovych (1807-1885),” in Lemkivskii richnyk 2006 (Krynica-Legnica, 2006): 28-33.

      97. Bogdan Horbal, Patricia Krafcik, Elaine Rusinko, eds., Carpatho-Rusyns and Their Neighbors: Essays in Honor of Paul Robert Magocsi (Fairfax, Va.: Eastern Christian Publications, 2006) (466 pp.)

      Reviews/notes on the book

      2007

      101. “Reflections on the 60th Anniversary of Akcja “Wisła,” The New Rusyn Times 14, no. 3 (Pittsburgh, 2007): 11.

      2008

      103. Lemkivska narodna muzŷka na voskovŷkh tsylindrakh (1901-1913) i amerykan’skŷkh rekordakh (1928-1930) /Lemko Folk Music on Wax Cylinders 1901-1913 and American Records 1928-1930 (Gorlice, Poland: Centrum Kultury Prawosławnej, 2008) (185 pp., 43 ills., DVD-ROM, parallel text in Lemko and English) [with Walter Maksimovich] The book received Certificate of Merit for the 2009 Association for Recorded Sound Collections Award for Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research.

      2009

      109. “The Rusyn Movement among the Galician Lemkos,” in Elaine Rusinko, ed., Committing Community: Carpatho-Rusyn Studies as an Emerging Scholarly Discipline (New York: Columbia University Press/East European Monographs, 2009): 142-159.

      110. “Business or Pleasure? Commercial Recordings of Carpatho-Rusyn Folk Music in America,” in Elaine Rusinko, ed., Committing Community: Carpatho-Rusyn Studies as an Emerging Scholarly Discipline (New York: Columbia University Press/East European Monographs, 2009): 263-272.

      2010

      113. Lemko Studies: A Handbook, Reference Works in Carpatho-Rusyn Studies 6; East European Monographs no. 730 (New York: Columbia Univ. Press/East European Monographs, 2010) (706 pp.).

      115. "'Ideme do svoikh, ideme do lipshoho' pereselenja 1940 roku," in Lemkivskii richnyk 2010 (Krynica-Legnica, 2010: 118-142.

      116. "Lemkivska Zootekhnika," in Besida 23, no. 2 (Krynica-Legnica, 2010): 18-19.

      118. Paul R. Magocsi, Ivan Pop, eds., Encyklopedija istorii ta kul'tury karpats'kych rusyniv / (Uzhorod: Padiak, 2010). [Ukrainian transation with added illustrations and maps of the 2nd English ed. of the Encyclopedia of Rusyn History and Culture, 2005]. (193 entries by B.H.)

      2011

      119. God is a Rusyn: Anthology of Contemporary Carpatho-Rusyn Literature / translated by Elaine Rusinko with Bogdan Horbal and Slavomir Olejar; edited by Elaine Rusinko (Bloomington, Ind.: Slavica, 2011).

      121. “Paul Michael Dutko (1894-1971) – Lemko v amerykan’skii dypl’omatychnii sluzhbi,” in: Lemkivskii richnyk 2011 (Krynica-Legnica, 2011): 103-117.

      123. “Ruch karpatoruski na Syberii w czasie wojny domowej w Rosji (1918-1919),” in: Jerzy Starzyński and Bogumiła Tarasiewicz, eds., Łemkowie - wczoraj, dziś, jutro... (Legnica, 2011): 45-57.

      2012

      126. „Rusyny v kysarsko-korolivskii gimanzyi v Gorlytsiakh (1906/1907-1917/1918),” in: Richnyk Ruskoi Bursŷ 2012 (Gorlice, 2012): 63-72.

      2013

      128. “Obecność Łemków w kulturze i nauce polskiej,” in: Beata Machul-Telus, ed., Łemkowie (Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Sejmowe, 2013): 151-176.

      129. “Sviashchennyk Vladymir Khŷliak (bortnian’skii period pysmennyka),” in: Lemkivskii richnyk 2013 (Krynica-Legnica, 2013): 80-92.

      130. "Summertime in Ellenville: The 2013 Ukrainian Lemko Vatra in the U.S.A.," in: Karpatska Rus' 83, no. 3 (Higganum, Conn., 2013): 1, 3.




Orthodox tserkva in Bortne, 1975.


Local Links:
Icon Return to Lemko Home Page

Document Information

>Document URL:http://lemko.org/scholar/horbal/index.htm

Page prepared by Walter Maksimovich
E-mail: walter@lemko.org

Copyright © LV Productions, Ltd.


LV Productions, Ltd.
 
Originally Composed: November 24th, 2009
Date last modified: February 9th, 2014