Grants Program 2018

In 2018, the Center for Urban History awarded five grants for one-month research stays in Lviv. Four scholars were invited to the Center for two weeks as guest researchers, and four scholarships were provided as a part of the Center's projects related to the digital history.

I. Residence Grant Recipients
  1. Dr. Jens Adam (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Institut für Europäische Ethnologie) "Infrastructures of Europeanization: Urban Imaginaries, Mobile Policies and the Reshaping of Urban Connectivity"
  2. Andrei Tcacenco (University of California, Santa Cruz), "The Culture of Complaint: Morality and Intimacy in the USSR After 1953"
  3. Anna Barbieri (Academy of Fine Arts Vienna), "Santa Barbara Forever - essay film on connection between Santa Barbara, Lviv, Santa Barbara, California, and "Santa Barbara", soap opera"
  4. Jamie Freeman (The University of East Anglia), "Constructing Identity – Kaliningrad and the Appropriation of Place"
  5. Martin Rohde (Institut für Geschichtswissenschaften und Europäische Ethnologie, Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck), "Prospects and Limits of Ukrainian Public Education in Late Habsburg Lviv"
II. Guest Researchers
  1. Dr. Bernard Wasserstein (Emeritus Professor of History, University of Chicago), "Jews and the Neighbours in Krakowiec, 1772-1946"
  2. Dr. Ulrike Huhn (Research Center of Easter European Studies/University of Bremen), "In search of a usable village. Ukrainian Ethnographers and the invention of new Soviet rituals in the late Soviet Union"
  3. Elżbieta Olzacka (Jagiellonian University), "Commemoration of the Revolution of Dignity and Conflict in the East of Ukraine in the Public Space: Narratives and Practices"
  4. Dr. Pierre Miège (School of Social Development and Public Policy, Beijing Normal University), "Socialist Social Contract" in China and the Soviet Union"

III. Digital Urban History Residence Grant
  1. Dr. Aleksander Łupienko (T. Manteuffel Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw), "Lwów as Identity-Building Space, XIX – early XX cent."
  2. Olha Korniienko (Vasyl Karazin Kharkiv National University), "Fashion in the Ukrainian SSR 1956-1991"
  3. Wiktor Węglewicz (Jagiellonian University), "The Ukrainian Civil Committee in Lviv and Its Assistance to the Ukrainian POWs and Interned Persons in the Polish Camps (1918-1921)"
  4. Piotr Olechowski (University of Rzeszow), "Poles in Lviv, 1944-1959"