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Kurzbiografie

Education

  • 2005. M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University. Moscow. Russia.
    Ph.D. History department.
    Ph.D. thesis: Acculturation of the Galician Ukrainians in the Polish state. 1919-1939.
  • 2000. Central European University. Budapest. Hungary.
    M.A. History Department.
    M.A. Thesis. The Soviet-Lithuanian alliance in the 1920-1930-s.
  • 1998. M.V.Lomonosov Moscow State University. Moscow. Russia
    History department. History of Western and Eastern Slavs. Honor Diploma.
    Diploma thesis: The Galician Ukrainians in Poland in the 1920-1930s.

Grants and Awards

  • 1999: Open Society Foundation grant for study at the Central European University. Budapest. Hungary.
  • 2017: Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute. Grant to Krytyka for publishing book For Faith, Tzar, and Kobzar. The Malorussian monarchists and the Ukrainian national movement. 1906-1917 Krityka, Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute. Kyiv 2017.

Work Experience

Academic

  • 2001-2002: Moscow State University. History Department.
    Head of Ukrainian history seminar.
  • 2001-2014: Moscow State University. History Department. / Institute of Slavonic Studies of the Russian Academy of science.
    Participation in seminars and conferences on Ukrainian and Central Eastern European History.

Other

  • 2003-2022: Supply chain manager and Program Manager in Knauf Eastern Europe, Apple IMC in CIS countries, Daikin in CIS, and local companies in Russia and Ukraine

Language skills

  • Ukrainian, Russian – native
  • English, Polish – fluent
  • German – basic

Veröffentlichungen

Books

  • For Faith, Tzar, and Kobzar. The Malorussian monarchists and the Ukrainian national movement. 1906-1917 Krityka, Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute. Kyiv 2017.
  • Galician Ukrainians in Poland 1919-1939 . Acculturation of Galician Ukrainians into Poland. Osnova. Kyiv 2009.

Articles (selected)

  • The Case of Ukrainian “Russian Nationalism” in the Russian Empire, 1905–1914. Ab Imperio. Chicago. 3/2020. Pp. 69-97.
  • The Ukrainian movement of the Empire elites. Historians. 26.01.2020. http://www.historians.in.ua/index.php/en/dyskusiya/2715-klimentij-fedevich-ukrainskoe-dvizhenie-imperskikh-elit
  • The Ukrainian nationalism in “alien” Russian language. 1905-1914. Historians. 5.11.2020. https://www.historians.in.ua/index.php/en/statti/2679-klimentij-fedevich-ukrainskij-natsionalizm-na-chuzhom-russkom-yazyke-1905-1914
  • Reply to Reviewers. Ab Imperio. Chicago. 2/2018. Pp. 230-237.
  • Taras Shevchenko and Malorussian monarchists in the Romanoff Empire. . Historians 13.05.2016 http://www.historians.in.ua/index.php/en/doslidzhennya/1868-klimentij-fedevich-taras-shevchenko-i-malorusskie-monarkhisty-v-imperii-romanovykh
  • Ukraine terminology and radical monarchists of the Russian Empire. Historians 10.05.2016. http://www.historians.in.ua/index.php/en/doslidzhennya/1894-klimentij-fedevich-terminukraina-i-radikal-nye-monarkhisty-rossijskoj-imperii
  • Malorussian monarchism and Black Hundred the Romanoff Empire as a part of the Ukrainian movement history. Belorussia and Ukraine. History and Culture. 5/2015. Slavonic Studies Institute. Moscow. 2015. Pp.
  • The Ukrainians and not only Ukrainians. Peculiarities of the national identification of the Galician Ukrainians in the 1920-1930s. Slvanovedenie 5/2014. Moscow. 2014. Pp. 3-11.
  • The Ukrainians and political terror in Poland in 1920-1939. Zaxid.net. 1.11.2012. https://bit.ly/3w3adko
  • Bandera in the eyes of ordinary Russians. Passion on Bandera. Grani-T. Kyiv. 2010.
  • The Soviet Union and Lithuanian Policy towards Western Ukraine in the 1930s // Yearbook of Lithuanian History. Year 2007, 1. Vilnius, 2008. Pp. 63-71.
  • Lithuanian and the USSR. Friendship against Poland in the 1930s. Istorychna Pravda. 19.07.2011. URL: http://www.istpravda.com.ua/research/2011/07/19/46112.
  • Action of conversion of the Ukrainian population of Volyn to Catholicism in 1937-1939. (K.Fedevitch. G. Matveev). Bulletin of the Lviv university. History. 3/1998. Pp. 169-177.

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