Grants Program 2016
In 2016, the Center for Urban History awarded five grants for one-month research stays in Lviv. Six scholars were invited to the Center for two weeks as guest researchers.
I. Residence Grant Recipients
- Sarah Ellen Zarrow (New York University, USA). "Collecting Themselves: Jewish Collection and Display in Interwar Poland".
- Oleksandra Gaidai (History of Kyiv Museum, Ukraine). "Engineering Intelligentsia in the 1970-1980 (As Illustrated by Vinnytsia Design Engineering Bureau CEBET)".
- Ewa Bukowska-Marczak (John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland): "Relations between Polish, Ukrainian and Jewish Students in Higher Educational Establishments of the Interwar Lviv (1918-1939)".
- Michal Mlynarz (University of Toronto, Canada). "The Socio-Cultural Impact of the Post-World War II Mass Population Movements on Urban Space and Identity in the Polish Borderlands: A Comparative Analysis of Jelenia Góra and Drohobych".
- Kamil Ruszała (Jagiellonian University, Poland). "Galicia and Bukovina Refugees in the World War I and Their Situation in a New Urban Space of Moravia, Czech Republic and Austria".
II. Guest Researchers
- Piotr Jakub Fereński (Wroclaw University, Poland). "Visual and Audio Organization of Urban Space. Lviv and Its Pidzamche Area".
- Alexandra Wachter (University of London, UK). "Lviv. War Museum".
- Irina Zora Leimbacher (Keene State College, USA). "The History of the Groedel Family and the Forest Industry in Skole (mid 1880-1939)".
- Paul Vickers (Justus-Liebig-Universität, Germany). "Changing Urban Ideals: Urban Planning, Heritage and Future Utopias in Zamość and Ivano-Frankivsk (Stanisławów/Stanislau/Stanislav) since 1772".
- Victoria Donovan (University of St. Andrews, UK). "History at the Coalface: Migrant Flows between Britain and the Donbas".
- Harald R. Stühlinger (ETH‐Zurich, Switzerland). "The Image of Modernization, Urban Development and Urban Imagery in Lviv in the 19th Century".
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