In 2006/2007 the Center focused its annual grants program on the theme "The Modern East Central European City in the 19th and 20th Centuries: Commonalities of Urban Life, Regional Variations and Vectors of Change".
I Post-Graduate Fellowships
- Maria Strelbitskaya (MA; Russia–Poland) – "The Social Perception of Warsaw in post-World War II Architecture";
- Halyna Bodnar (MA; Ukraine) – "Migration of Villagers to Lviv from the 1950s to 1980s";
- Yaroslav Kit (MA; Ukraine–Poland) – "Everyday Life in Lviv, 1939–1944";
- Oxana Vynnyk (MA; Ukraine) – "Everyday Life in Lviv, 1914–1919";
- Rinat Sharibganov (MA; Ukraine) – "Nation, Ethnicity and City: Soviet Policy of Modernization in Kharkiv in the 1920s–1930s".
II Short-term Research and Travel Grants
- Jekaterina Lavrinec (MA; Lithuania), Oxana Zaporozhets (PhD; Russia) – "Tourism and the Production of Urban Space: Samara, Vilnius and Lviv in Comparison".
III Post-Doctoral Publication Support
- Maria Raluca Popa (PhD; Romania) – "Restructuring and Envisioning Socialist Bucharest";
- Tatyana Voronich (PhD; Belarus) – "Vitebsk around 1900: the Beginnings of Urban Modernization"
IV Living Stipends
- Marco Carynnyk (Canada) – "The 1941 NKVD Killings and Pogroms in West Ukrainian Cities";
- Nathaniel Wood (USA) – "The Urban Civilian Experience of the Great War in Galicia";
- Celia Donert (UK) – "Territorial Readjustment and Border Changes in the Carpathians after World War II. The Cases of Košice and Užhorod";
- Agnieszka Piotrowska (Poland) – "Musical life in Kraków and Lviv 1900 – 1918. A comparison".