In 2011 the Center for Urban History awarded one scholarship together with the grant program of the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna (IWM) and five one month scholarships for conducting research at the Center for Urban History.
I. The joint Center for Urban History and Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna Scholarship:
- Olha Martynyuk. PhD student at the National Technical University of Ukraine "Ethnic Conflict, Urban Development and the Rise of Bourgeois Class in Late Imperial Kyiv"
II. Scientific Research Scholarships for Conducting Research in Lviv
- Prof. Natalia Aleksiun. Associate professor of Modern Jewish History at Touro College, Graduate School of Jewish Studies in New York and Associate Professor at the Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies at the New York University. Research topic: Christian bodies for Christians! Anti-Semitism and "dead bodies" in Lviv, Warsaw, Vilnius, and Krakow between the two World Wars.
- Dr. Katarzyna Kotyńska. Associate Professor at the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, Associate Professor in the Department of Ukrainian Studies at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. Research topic: How Lviv is depicted in XX and early XXI Century Literature: Changes, Debates, and Myths.
- Marco Carynnyk. Writer and independent researcher. Research topic: Raging Angels: Ukrainians, Jews and Poles in the summer of 1941.
- Dr. Jan Fellerer. Lecturer in non-Russian Slavonic Languages at Oxford University, and Wolfson College Fellow. Research topic: Bi- and Multilingualism in Lviv’s legal proceedings around 1900.
- Magdalena Semczyszyn. Director of the Research, Documentation, and Library Collections of the Division of Education at the Institute of National Remembrance in Szczecin. Research topic: Elections for the municipal curia in Lviv in 1861-1914 as a pretext for the emergence of the city’s socio-political potential.