Andriy Danylenko is professor of Russian and Slavic linguistics in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at Pace University. He holds a Ph.D. in General Linguistics from the Moscow People’s Friendship University (Russia).
He is the editor and author of several books on Slavic linguistics and philology as well as dozens of studies on a wide array of topics ranging from Indo-European to standard Ukrainian. Among his recent books are Slavic on the Language Map of Europe: Historical and Areal-Typological Dimensions (together with Motoki Nomachi; Walter de Gruyter/Mouton, 2019), From the Bible to Shakespeare: Pantelejmon Kulis (1819–1897) and The Formation of Literary Ukrainian (Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2016). Dr. Danylenko has been recipient of several prestigious fellowships, including two Fulbright research grants (Harvard University, 1997; Warsaw University, Poland, 2016), Eugene and Daymel Shklar (Harvard University, 2008), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (Hokkaido University, 2013). He is an editorial Board member of several publications, a reviewer for numerous scholarly publications and programs both in North America, Europe, and Japan. He is also the General Editor of a book series, Studies in Slavic, Baltic, and Eastern European Languages and Cultures (Lexington Books-Rowman & Littlefield).
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