A biography of the Canadian Slavist, linguist, literary scholar, and translator Constantine Andrusyshen (1907–83). Andrusyshen was a well-known literary scholar and translator during his lifetime. The chief legacy of his considerable intellectual effort, his Ukrainian-English Dictionary, continues to be popular years after his death. But his role in the development of Slavic studies in Canada overshadows even this contribution in importance, for Andrusyshen was one of the country’s most important pioneers in this field. His appointed in 1945 as head of the newly formed Slavic Department at the University of Saskatchewan marked the birth of university-level Slavic studies in Canada. Includes many photographs and a bibliography Andrsyshen’s scholarly output of over 300 works divided into sixteen typological sections. See Constantine Andrusyshen in Encyclopedia of Ukraine.