Interested in Ukrainian literature? How about the culture of Medieval Rus'? This academic year, Harvard is offering a number of courses that focus on Ukraine.
Students interested in traveling to Ukraine or reading its literature in the original can prepare by taking Dr. Volodymyr Dibrova's language class. Haven't satisfied your language requirement yet? Why not take Ukrainian and stand out from your peers taking Russian or Romance languages?
Students should note that Prof. Serhii Plokhii is on sabbatical, so his history courses on Ukraine will not be on offer this year. We are, however, running the Seminar in Ukrainian Studies, which will span a range of disciplines and topics. As always, check the Harvard Course Catalog for updated information. See the course offerings.
Harvard is accepting applications to fill the role of Program Director for the Temerty Contemporary Ukraine Program, Ukrainian Research Institute. The holder of this position is charged with developing and managing a new program on contemporary Ukraine. The goal of the program is to support research on Ukraine’s contemporary foreign policy, domestic government and politics, and sociological and cultural trends of significance, and to serve as a platform for the exchange of ideas about Ukraine between the academic and policy communities.
The program director works with the faculty director and executive director to set a strategy and lead day-to-day management and implementation of the program. The program will encompass research, publications, seminars, and conferences. This position reports to the Executive Director. The official job listing can be found on Harvard's Job Search website. Read more.
HURI is pleased to announce its research fellows for the 2018-2019 academic year.
HURI’s fellowship program offers funding for research in Ukrainian studies at all stages of an academic career. Our fellows conduct research in residence at HURI while making use of the extensive resources at Harvard University, participating in seminars, and connecting with other scholars in the field.
This year, HURI welcomes nine fellows; three in the fall and six in the spring semester. These scholars will examine different aspects of Ukraine, including its history, politics, nationalities, interethnic relations, identities, and early literature. As specialists of several different fields, their perspectives will contribute greatly to our weekly Seminar in Ukrainian Studies. We look forward to learning from them! Read about the fellows.
Monday, September 24, 2018 4:30pm - 6:15pm
Seminar in Ukrainian Studies
Book Talk: Ukraine's Quest for Identity: Embracing Cultural Hybridity in Literary Imagination, 1991-2011
Maria G. Rewakowicz, Affiliate Faculty, Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of Washington; Part-Time Lecturer in German, Russian, and East European Languages and Literatures, Rutgers University - New Brunswick
Room S-050, CGIS South, Harvard University