The Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University (HURI) welcomes six research fellows for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Put on hold during the COVID-19 pandemic, the fellowship program is expected to resume fully this fall, bringing to campus the scholars who were initially awarded fellowships for the 2020-2021 academic year. Spanning history, literature, musicology, and religion, their research projects are a testament to the richness and diversity of Ukrainian studies:
- Dmitry Halavach, Mihaychuk Research Fellow | Fall 2021: Reshaping Nations: Population Politics and Sovietization in the Polish-Ukrainian Borderlands, 1944-1948
- Susana Torres Prieto, HURI Research Fellow | Fall 2021: The Kyivan Origins of Muscovite Imperial Ideology
- Matthias Kaltenbrunner, HURI Research Fellow | Fall 2021: The Globally Connected Village: A Ukrainian Migration History
- Rutger Helmers, HURI Research Fellow | Spring 2022: Ukraine and the Music of the Russian Empire: Empire, Nation, and Province in Musical Representations and Discourse, 1863-1917
- Tornike Metreveli, HURI Research Fellow | Spring 2022: Sentimental Orthodoxy in Ukraine
- Bohdan Tokarskyi, Mihaychuk Research Fellow | Spring 2022: ‘A Fragment of Wholeness’: The Making of Self in the Works of Vasyl’ Stus
Learn more about the HURI academic fellowships in Ukrainian studies.