The lecture was held in Ukrainian with simultaneous translation.
Danylo Ilnytskyi - literary scholar and essayist, candidate of Philology. He is a researcher at the Ivan Krypyakevych Institute of Ukrainian Studies (Lviv). He is an author of comments to the three editions of Bohdan Ihor Antonych, co-author of the project "Imaginary Map of Literary Lviv (±1939 р.)" on the Lviv Interactive platform of the Center or Urban History, author of scholarly works on the artistic world outlook of Bohdan Ihor Antonych, and also author of articles and essays on personalities, events, and challenges of the humanitarian and cultural artistic world.
Viktor Martyniuk - literary scholar, literary editor, candidate of Philology. He is a researcher at the Ivan Krypiakevych Institute of Ukrainian Studies. He participates in projects of the Center for Humanitarian Research of Ivan Franko National University in Lviv on "University Dialogues", "Solo Is On… New Voices", "8 Interpretations of Antonych", "Intellectual Biography" and "Places for Future Heritage" and is co-author of the project "Imaginary Map of Literary Lviv (±1939 рік)".
Jewish Days is a public program for general audiences. It is related to two other projects of the Center for Urban History - Summer School in Jewish History and Multicultural Past, held annually since 2010, and the initiative Space of Synagogues: Jewish History, Common Heritage and Responsibility (in partnership with the Lviv City Council and the German Society for International Cooperation, GIZ).