Grants Program 2017

In 2017, 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. This year, we have opened three scholarships as a part of the Center's projects related to the digital history.

I. Residence Grant Recipients

  1. Darya Tsymbaliuk (University of St Andrews, United Kingdom). "​Cities of Donbass in Oral and Visual Narratives of Internally Displaced Persons in Lviv."
  2. Dr. Marcin Michał Jarząbek (Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland) "The Lviv of Combatants – Commemorating the Military Experience of the First World War in a Multinational City."
  3. Beata Szymków (Stanford University, USA) "Power in Transition, Nations in Transition. Poles, Ukrainians, Jews, and State-Building in a Central European City, 1918 – 1939."
  4. Kateryna Valiavska, PhD (Chernivtsi Museum of the History and Culture of Bukovinian Jewish, Ukraine) "Socializing in Bukovyna: Social and Cultural Space (1848-1914)."

II. Guest Researchers

  1. Dr. Margret Grebowicz (Goucher College, USA) "Chernobyl Today: Wilderness, Disaster, and Desire."
  2. Dr. Dominic Martin (King's College, Cambridge, United Kingdom) "A Historical Ethnography of a Post-Soviet "Closed" City: Bolshoi Kamen 1997-2015."
  3. Dr. Maria Rhode (University of Göttingen, Germany) "Academic Relations and Knowledge Production in Extremes: Lviv Anthropology During World War II".
  4. Dr. Agnieszka Świętosławska (Lodz University, Poland) "Lviv Trade Fair of 1847: on the History of Developing Lviv Artistic Milieu in the 19th Century."
  5. Justyna Szymańska (Warsaw University, Poland) "The Ethnography of a Monocity. The Experience of the State and Strategies of Civil Activity in an Anthropological Perspective, as Illustrated by the Town of Kramatorsk (Ukraine)."
  6. Giuseppe Tateo (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle, Germany) "City of Crosses: Bucharest’s Re-Consecration after 1990."

III. Digital Urban History Residence Grant

  1. Dr. Anna Jakimyszyn-Gadocha (Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland) "Health Care for the Jewish Citizens of Lviv in the Interwar Period."
  2. Dr. Alicja Maślak-Maciejewska (Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland) "The Progressive Synagogues in the 19th Century Galicia – An Intellectual Network?"
  3. Dr. Joanna Trzeciak Huss (Kent State University, USA) "Poetic Path through Literary Lviv: Literary Translation and Urban History."