Two projects by NaUKMA researchers became winners of the Lysiak-Rudnytsky Ukrainian Studies Programme
- Published on Monday, 05 February 2024 08:27
According to the results of the announcement of the winners of this year's Lysiak-Rudnytsky Ukrainian Studies Programme, two projects submitted for the competition by structural units and researchers of NaUKMA were supported.
Based on the decision of the expert commission for the 2023/2024 call, the following projects presented by university researchers won the selection:
- A series of public events within the framework of a joint interdisciplinary initiative of the Volodymyr Morenets Department of Literature in partnership with the Faculty of Law “Wartime Documentation and Evidence: Literature, Memoirs, Testimonies, Documents”;
- English-language edition and presentation of the study "Crimean Tatars in the Conditions of Occupation and Full-Scale War (2014-2023)" under the leadership of Martin-Oleksandr Kisly, Lecturer of the History Department at NaUKMA.
The Lysiak-Rudnytsky Ukrainian Studies Programme is implemented by Ukrainian Institute in partnership with the Ilko Kucheriv «Democratic Initiatives» Foundation with the financial support of the International Renaissance Foundation and is designed to increase the level of knowledge of the public and the expert community abroad about the past and present of Ukraine, as well as to strengthen cooperation between Ukraine and the world at the institutional level. .
We wish a successful projects’ implementation to our colleagues!