Ukrainian Studies

“Ukraine and Europe” published

Monash University’s Marko Pavlyshyn is one of the editors of the recently published: Ukraine and Europe: Cultural Encounters and Negotiations, along with Giovanna Brogi Bercoff and Serhii Plokhii. Published by the University of Toronto Press, you can find out more about the book in their online catalogue. Norman M. Naimark, the Robert and Florence McDonnell Professor of East…

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Victor and Maria Rudewych meet Rudewych scholars and postdoctoral fellow

  On 12 December 2017 the Mykola Zerov Centre for Ukrainian Studies hosted a lunch at a Southbank restaurant for the Centre’s chief benefactors, Mr Victor Rudewych OAM and Ms Maria Rudewych. The gathering provided an opportunity for Monash Rudewych PhD Scholars in Ukrainian Studies Denys Shestopalets and Olha Shmihelska, as well as Monash Rudewych…

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Monash Ukrainian Studies Flourishes as Rudewych Benefaction Brings Early Results

Alessandro Achilli appointed Lecturer in Ukrainian Studies 2017 was a year rich in events at the Monash University’s Mykola Zerov Centre for Ukrainian Studies. In July, Dr Alessandro Achilli, a specialist in Ukrainian literature of the 20th Century, was appointed Lecturer in Ukrainian Studies. Dr Achilli received his PhD from the University of Milan in…

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The role of language: interview with Professor Rita Wilson

As part of our Arts Researchers podcast series, we spoke with Professor Rita Wilson on a number of her research projects and how they help inform better policies, settlement services, international governance and social cohesion. We also covered the global research networks, industry partnerships and opportunities for research students in this area at Monash – the only university in Australia that offers a practice-based PhD in Interpreting and Translation.

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Lifeline director will speak about crisis helpline for Ukraine

Mykola Zerov Centre for Ukrainian Studies at Monash University Public Lecture Crisis Helpline Service in Ukraine – A Feature of Mental Health Reform by Alan Woodward, Executive Director, Lifeline Research Foundation, Lifeline Australia Time: 6.30 p.m. -8.00 p.m., Monday 9 October 2017 Place: Lecture Theatre HB40 (Basement level), Building H, Caulfield Campus, Monash University. Map.…

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2018 Walter Mangold Language Scholarships

TRAVEL SCHOLARSHIPS FOR EXCHANGE & STUDY ABROAD STUDENTS!

Walter Mangold Language Scholarships are available to full-time university students in Victoria who complete second year academic requirements in a modern language and are approved for an exchange or study abroad program in 2018.

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Prizes in Ukrainian Studies at Monash University

Excellent students in Ukrainian Studies receive prizes in recognition of their achievements. The first prizes to be established were memorial prizes in honour of benefactors of Ukrainian Studies at Monash University Stepan Soldat, Vasyl and Stefania Fokshan, and Joseph and Eugenia Pona. The 1991 University Calendar carried a description of these three prizes. The Ilko Prystasz…

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Thesis Eleven: Monash-initiated journal articles on contemporary Ukraine

In October 2016 Issue 136 (1) of the journal Thesis Eleven contained a special section on contemporary developments in Ukraine. Thesis Eleven is an international peer-reviewed interdisciplinary scholarly journal of the social sciences. One of the journal’s commissioning editors, Monash Emeritus Professor David Roberts, proposed that the journal publish a group of articles reflecting on…

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Applications open: The Monash Rudewych Years 7-11 Ukrainian Language Scholarships 2016

The Scholarships were established with funds generously donated by Mr Victor Rudewych and Ms Maria Rudewych. The Scholarships aim to encourage students in Australia to study the Ukrainian language and culture at school and to progress to higher levels of tuition from year to year. The Monash Rudewych Years 7-11 Ukrainian Language Scholarships 2016 are…

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