Andriy Danylenko

Andriy Danylenko

Professor of Russian and Slavic Linguistics, Department of Modern Languages and Cultures, Pace University
Andriy Danylenko

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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Department of Modern Languages and Cultures
Pace University, 41 Park Row, 11th Floor, Room 1115
New York, NY 10038

p: 212-346-1831


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