Thanks to the donations of individuals and organizations that have supported the Institute since its founding in 1973, the Ukrainian Research Institute has advanced the knowledge of Ukraine through research, teaching, and publication.
Consider supporting the work of the Institute with a tax-deductible contribution of any size. Your support will further the growth of Ukrainian studies at Harvard and will sustain the Institute in its mission to foster greater understanding of Ukraine and Ukraine-related topics.
Contributions that you make today will support:
- undergraduate and graduate student summer research projects;
- graduate student fellowships;
- research support for visiting scholars;
- lectures and other presentations by distinguished scholars in the field;
- publication of the journal Harvard Ukrainian Studies and scholarly texts on topics important to the field of Ukrainian Studies;
- scholarships for students who wish to attend the Harvard Ukrainian Summer Institute;
- the continued development of MAPA: the Digital Atlas of Ukraine project;
- and much more!
Recent program developments have included:
The launch of our new Temerty Contemporary Ukraine Program, which included a special lecture by Amb. John Tefft and a series of TCUP talks within the Seminar in Ukrainian Studies.
The publication of the 36th volume of the journal Harvard Ukrainian Studies and Larry Wolff's Disunion within the Union: The Uniate Church and the Partitions of Poland, as well as several co-published books, including Courage and Fear (by Ola Hnatiuk, trans. by Ewa Siwak) and The Post-Chornobyl Library (by Tamara Hundorova, trans. by Sergiy Yakovenko).
An expansion of the MAPA: Digital Atlas of Ukraine “Revolution of Dignity” project, providing maps with data on Ukraine's changing religious landscape, including the transition of parishes to the newly formed Orthodox Church of Ukraine.
An active seminar and lecture series (with many talks available for viewing on the web) featuring scholars and professionals such as Kate Brown, George Grabowicz, and former Ukrainian minister Alexander Danyliuk.
Special events at the 2019 Association for Slavic, Eastern European, and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) Convention, including a screening of Sergei Loznitsa’s award-winning film The Trial, a book signing with author Larry Wolff, and the inaugural Omeljan Pritsak Book Prize in Ukrainian Studies.
To donate by check
Please make your check payable to the President and Fellows of Harvard College (please reference “Ukrainian Research Institute Studies Fund” on the memo line) and mail it to:
Alumni and Development Services
124 Mount Auburn Street
Cambridge, MA 02138