The Ethnology Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Ihor Markov, PhD., currently is in Doctorantura of Ethnology Institute, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Lviv. The Head of the Department of the Social Antropology of the Institute of Ethnology, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (2013-2017), Director of the Laboratory for Social Research in Lviv. He has a PhD in ethnology. The areas of expertise include social dynamics and identities, social communication, political process, transnational and global migration.
Dr. Markov has an experience of leading and participation in several international and national projects in the field of migration. He was the Local Coordinator for Ukraine in multy-country Research Consortium of the research project EURA-NET Transnational Migration in Transition:Transformative Characteristics of Temporary Mobility of People (2014-2017). The project was founded by the European Union 7-th Framework Programme. He has coordinated comprehensive study of the processes of Ukrainian labor migration in the EU and Russia conducted directly in 8 host countries of immigrants in 2006-2010, funded by RENOVABIS.
Ihor Markov is a member of the International Editorial Board of the Journal "Migration and Development" (Routledge), the International Network “Migration and Development” and the Sociological Association of Ukraine (SAU).
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Oksana Hodovanska (1977) is a historian and anthropologist, a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Ethnology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (in Lviv). She obtained her academic degree “kandydat nauk” (Ph.D. equivalent) from Ivan Krypyakevych Institute of Ukrainian Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine in 2006. The areas of her expertise is included migration flows in Ukraine and abroad, the history and formation of the modern Ukrainian diaspora community, a history of everyday lifes. Her book "Newest Ukrainian diaspora: labour migrants in Italy, Spain and Portugal" (in Ukrainian) published in Lviv in 2011. Since 2013 she has been a member the Shevchenko Scientific Society of Ethnographic committee. Her current research focuses on the transformation of everyday lives in the villages Ukrainian of Galicia in the end 20th century and beginning 21th century.
Roman Kis (1949)— ethnologist, philosopher, sociolinguist, publicist, senior researcher. Scientific interests: theories of the nation, postcolonial studios, sociolinguistics of culture, linguocultural studies, theories of discourse. Author of the philosophical theory of meaning.
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Maria Mayerchyk (1971) іs a candidate of sciences (in history with a specialization in ethnology), a senior research associate at the Ethnology Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; editor-in-chief of a scholarly peer-reviewed journal “Feminist Critique: East European Journal of Feminist and Queer Studies”; vice-director of the “Center for Cultural-Anthropological Studies.” In 2003 she defended a dissertation at the Rylski Institute of Art Studies, Folklore, and Ethnology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Kyiv). In 2011 she published a monograph “Ritual and Body: Structural-Semantic Study of Family Cycle Rituals” (Kyiv: Krytyka). Her papers are translated into English, French, Chinese, Polish, German, and Russian. In 2019 her paper “民族志知識生產中的異性戀現象 : 19世紀末20世紀初婚前同居的傳統” [Inventing 'Heterosexuality' through Ethnographic Knowledge Production: Tradition of Premarital Sleeping Together in the Late 19th and the Early 20th Centuries] translated by Cuifeng Ouyang into Chinese got the Best Foreign Scholarly Essay award from the Foreign Literature Society in China.
She has got visiting appointments (visiting professor, visiting scholar, post-doctoral fellow) at Harvard University, University of Alberta, University of South Florida, Lund University, and the Centre for Advanced Studies Sofia. She teaches courses on Slavic folklore, queer theory, feminism, and gender theory. Her research interests include Slavic folklore, diaspora studies, gender studies, East European studies, queer theory and feminist epistemologies, decolonial option, digital activism.
Danylo Sudyn (1985) – sociologist, Research Fellow at the Department of Social Anthropology (Institute of Ethnology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine). He obtained academic degree “kandydat nauk” (Ph.D. equivalent) from V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University in 2011. Ph.D. thesis “Social functions of national myths”. The areas of his expertise include national identity, methodology of sociological research, quantitative methods of data collection and data analysis, history of Ukrainian sociology. His current research focuses on regional specifics of (re)production of Ukrainian national identity in contemporary Ukraine.
Petro Chorniy (1985) - Historian, Social Anthropologist, “kandydat nauk” (Ph.D. equivalent) (2011).
Research Fellow at the Department of Social Anthropology of Ethnology Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. During 2014-2017 he worked as analyst and researcher in the project EURA-NET: Transnational Migration in Transition:Transformative Characteristics of Temporary Mobility of People (2014-2017).
Studied at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.
Fellowship at the Ukrainian Free University (2018), the University of Warsaw (2011, 2009) and University of Rzeszów (2008).
Participant of the educational program “Study Tours to Poland” (Warsaw, Poland 2007).
Received a Jerzy Giedroyc Award for Ph.D. thesis “Ethnic groups in Galicia in the interwar period (1919–1939): demographic and ethno-cultural processes”.
Hanna Zaremba-Kosovych (1990), PhD in Sociology, is working as a Research Fellow in the Department of Social Anthropology of Ethnology Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Lviv). The topic of her thesis is “Specifics of representations about social justice among Ukrainian labor migrants”. Hanna Zaremba-Kosovych works as analyst and researcher in the projects: First Ukrainian migration platform, Transnational Migration in Transition: Transformative Characteristics of Temporary Mobility of People, Local Self-Government and Rule of Law in Ukraine.
She has participated in the international courses and training in France, Belgium, Hungary, Sweden and Italy.
The areas of her expertise are included social justice and injustice, disability, intellectual disability.
Oksana Kuzmenko (1969) – philologist and folklorist, PhD in Philology, senior research associate at the Institute of Ethnology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. The Candidate Dissertation (=PhD) was defended in specialty “Folklore studies” – 10.01.07 at a specialized defense committee meeting in Ivan Franko Lviv National University in 2000. Oksana lives and works in Lviv. She authored an illustrated academic collection Riflemen songs (Lviv, 2005) and a monograph Riflemen Songs: Folklorism, Folklorizarion, Folklority. (Lviv, 2009) and co-authored a multi-volume collection Lemkowie, bojkowie, rusini – historia, współczesność, kultura materialna i duchowa [Lemkos, Boykos and Ruthenians – History, Nowadays, Material and Spiritual Culture](T. V. Zielona Góra, 2015; T. VI. Słupsk, 2016). In 2008 held a Józef Mianowski Fellowship at the Polish Academy of Sciences. In 2014-2017 – a doctorant (=post-doctoral student), currently finishing her doctorate (=doctor habilitatus) monograph The Drama of Human Existence in Ukrainian Folklore: Conceptual Forms of Expression. Since 2005 – member of Folklore Studies Commission at the Shevchenko Scientific Society, since 1998 – the Commission Secretary. Her present scholarly interests abide within the field of semantic and structural research of folklore units which reflect the 20th century historical milestones. Scholarship interests: historical poetics of folklore, dynamics of folklore tradition, methods of conceptual analysis of verbal folklore texts, integral interdisciplinary folklore studies. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Mariana Baidak (1992) – PhD, Research Fellow at the Department of Social Anthropology of Ethnology Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Research editor at “Local history”, member of the Ukrainian Association for the Study of Women's History. In April 2018 she defended his Ph.D. thesis – "Woman in a war in the light of everyday practices (on materials of Galicia 1914-1921 gg.)".
Sphere of scientific interests: women's history, gender studies, anthropology, everyday history, history of the First World War, local history.
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Ivanna Cherchovych (1989), PhD in History, Research Fellow at the Department of Social Anthropology of Ethnology Institute of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, member of Ukrainian Association for the Study of Women's History. Her dissertation was dedicated to everyday life of women from Ukrainian upper class in the late 19th century Habsburg Galicia. She was a visiting research fellow at Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe in Marburg (2017) and German Historical Institute in Warsaw (2019). The areas of research interests: gender studies, historical anthropology, everyday history in regards to 19th century Austria-Hungary.
Viktoriya Sereda (1974) is a sociologist, Candidate of Sciences in Sociology (2006), Docent (2008), Senior Research Fellow at the Department of Social Anthropology, Institute of Ethnology of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Graduated from the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (majoring in history); the Eotvos Lorand University of Budapest (UNESCO Ethnic and Minority Studies MA Program); the University of Edinburgh (MSc by Research in Sociology). In 2006, she defended her PhD in Sociology at the Institute of Sociology of the Vational Acasemy of Sciences of Ukraine (supervisor – prof. Ye.I.Holovakha).
In the 2016/2017 and 2019/2020 academic years, she was a Research Fellow at the Ukrainian Research Institute of the Harvard University, working on the “MAPA: Digital Atlas of Ukraine” project (“History and identity,” “Language,” “Religious Revolution,” and “Donbas and Crimea” modules). In 2017-2018 she was a Research Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies (Wissenschaftkolleg zu Berlin) in Berlin, Germany. In 2011–2017 she was responsible for the qualitative and quantitative sociological projects of the international project "Region, Nation and Beyond. An Interdisciplinary and Transcultural Reconceptualization of Ukraine", University of St. Gallen (Switzerland). She has led or worked as a co-investigator in over 30 sociological research projects on Ukrainian society and its regional dimensions, including the following: “Retrieving the lost history: Role of the social memory of place in identity formation”, Polish Academy of Sciences (2012-16); “Donetsk-Kherson-:Kyiv-Lviv-Zhytomyr: Sociological Analysis of Group Identities and Hierarchies of Social Loyalties” (Donetsk-Kherson-Kyiv-Lviv-Zhytomyr, 2015-16); <a href="https://sociology.ucu.edu.ua/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Contemporary-Refugees-in-Ukraine-2014.pdf“Present Ukrainian refugees: Main Reasons, Strategies of Resettlement, Difficulties of Adaptation” , British Embassy, Ukrainian Peacebuilding school (2014-15); “Trust in insecure environments: the Crimean Tatar community after the annexation of Crimea” University of St. Gallen (2015), “Homo militants” British Embassy and Ukrainian Peacebuilding school (2015-16); “Displaced cultural spaces: current Ukrainian refugees” University of St.Gallen (2016); “Women’s experience of war” Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies (2016); “Ukraine's hidden tragedy: understanding the outcomes of population displacement from the country's war torn regions” Birmingham University (2016-17); “Newly emerging cult of heroes in Post-Euromaidan Ukraine” University of St.Gallen (2018); “Ukrainian migrants in Poland” Ukrainian Catholic University (2019).
In 2002-2015, she taught at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv; and in 2015-2020 – at the Department of Sociology of the Ukrainian Catholic University. Courses taught: Urban Sociology, History and Memory, Qualitative Methods of Sociological Research, Focus Group Discussions, Visual Methods in Social Sciences, Theories of Nationalism, Ethnosociology, Research Design, Oral History, Sociology of Gender, Social Structure, Stratification and Inequalities. Her research focuses on urban sociology, memory studies, nationalism, migration and identity studies. e-mail: email@example.com
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Marianna Dushar (1974), PhD student of the Department of Social Anthropology, Institute of Ethnology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. For the last 10 years he has been engaged in research in the field of gastronomic heritage of Galicia. Author of the blog Pani Stefa. She collaborates as an author of texts on the history of food, recreating of gastronomical practices and farming initiatives in Ukraine for many Ukrainian media - Fresco, "#MADEINUKRAINE: buy, eat, travel", Ukrainian Gastro Show and others.
Edited newest editions of famous books by Daria Tsvek "On weekdays and holidays" (Staryi Lev Publishing House, Lviv, 2016) and Olga Franko "The First Ukrainian general-practical cuisine" (Folio Publishing House, Kharkiv, 2019). Fulbright Scholar 2019-2020. Co-founder of the Seeds and Roots Gastronomic Heritage and Food Anthropology Research Project.
Research interests: History and anthropology of food, ethnography of food, culture of everyday life, Ukrainian diaspora studies.