Statements on Russia's War Against Ukraine
In the third TCUP Brief, Emily Channell-Justice examines reports of war crimes committed during Russia's unprovoked invasion of Ukraine and assault on Ukrainian cities.
It is with sadness that HURI has learned of the passing of Tamara Nary, longtime HURI Programs Administrator whose hospitality and warmth will be remembered by all who visited HURI during her tenure.... Read more about Remembering Tamara Nary (1947-2022)
In the second TCUP Brief, Emily Channell-Justice looks back at Paul D'Anieri's 2019 publication, Ukraine and Russia: From Civilized Divorce to Uncivil War, which traces the development of Ukraine, Russia, and their relationship since the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991.... Read more about New TCUP Brief: The Roots of Russia's Assault on Ukraine
The Mihaychuk and HURI Research Fellowships support scholars at the beginning and middle of their academic careers.
The Petro Jacyk Distinguished Fellowship in Ukrainian Studies is offered biennially to advanced scholars.
Harvard undergraduates and graduate students studying Ukraine may apply for research funding to support their work.
Run jointly with Harvard Summer School, our summer program offers seven intensive weeks of accredited study on Ukraine.
Bringing together scholars and policy makers, TCUP fosters new conversations on contemporary Ukraine.
Open to the public, our weekly seminar series, lectures, and special events feature scholars from around the world.
In Isolation by Stanislav Aseyev and Mondegreen by Volodymyr Rafeyenko are now available in English translation.
HURI's publications program is conducted at the high standard of scholarship and editing expected of Harvard. Our books are distributed by Harvard University Press and reviewed internationally.
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Harvard Ukrainian Studies (HUS) serves as an international forum for new scholarship in Ukrainian studies. All submissions undergo a rigorous double-blind peer review.
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Find tools, books, and archival materials to assist with your research projects.
With rare books, scholarly works, and extensive archives, Harvard’s libraries contain the largest Ukrainian collection outside Eastern Europe.
The interactive Digital Atlas of Ukraine offers researchers, students, and teachers data and visualization tools to explore historical and contemporary Ukraine.
Built to assist with remote coursework during the COVID-19 pandemic, this list of online resources may be useful to those studying and teaching Ukraine.
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