Wykład Bogdana Szumyłowicza o kiczu w sztuce, kulturze popularnej i codziennej
Our team brings together representatives of different disciplines. This reflects the main objective of the Center – to combine the research of cities and their histories with projects designed for a wide audience, especially projects in public history. This diversity helps to create an environment opened to new ideas and approaches for implementing interdisciplinary research and educational programs.
Historians, sociologists, architects, art historians, and cultural studies experts work at the Center for Urban History. Another important direction of our work is to develop an urban media archive and digital history, so it is important to cooperate with IT professionals and designers. The daily operation and work of the office is ensured by the Center's administration. We also work with researchers and guest lecturers from other institutions and different countries who carry out their own research as well as joint projects with the Center and who give lectures and teach seminar courses.
Projects and Research
Taras Nazaruk, Manager of "Lviv Interactive"
Olha Zarechnyuk, Assistant Manager of Lviv Interactive
Dr. Natalia Otrishchenko, Coordinator of "Urban Stories"
Anna Chebotarova, Researcher
Bohdan Shumylovych, Coordinator of "Urban Media Archive"
Oleksiy Chebotarov, Assistant of "Urban Media Archive"
Oleksandr Makhanets, Assistant of "Urban Media Archive"
Dr. Iryna Sklokina, Researcher
Natalia Mysak, Researcher
Ievgeniia Gubkina, Researcher
Vasyl Rasevych, Researcher
Cooperation in Projects
Maryana Mazurak, Academic Events Coordinator
Mariana Maksymiak, Library Administrator
Yulia Rybko, Financial Assistant
Andriy Masliukh, Translator
Lyubomyr Oliynyk, IT Manager
Oleksandr Dmytriyev, System Administrator
Zoryana Slyusarchuk, Premises Administrator
Herbert Pasterk, Design and Consulting
Amir Weiner, Stanford University (Palo Alto, USA)
Anna Veronika Wendland, Herder Institute (Marburg, Germany)
Nathaniel D. Wood, University of Kansas (Lawrence, USA)
Guido Hausmann, Ludwig Maximilians University (Munich, Germany)
Yaroslav Hrytsak, Ukrainian Catholic University (Lviv, Ukraine)
Andreas Kappeler, University of Vienna (Vienna, Austria)
Stephen Kotkin, Princeton University (Princeton, NJ, USA)
Christoph Mick, University of Warwick (Coventry, United Kingdom)
Andriy Portnov, Historians.in.ua, Editor (Kyiv, Ukraine)
Jacek Purchla, Polish National Commission for UNESCO, Vice-President (Krakow, Poland)
William Risch, Georgia College and State University (Milledgeville, Georgia)
Richard Rodger, Center for Urban History, University of Leicester (Leicester, United Kingdom)
Ostap Sereda, Ivan Krypiakevych Institute of Ukrainian Studies, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Lviv, Ukraine)
Erika Szivos, Eötvös Lorand University (Budapest, Hungary)
Steven Seegel, University of Northern Colorado (Greeley, USA)
Philipp Ther, University of Vienna (Vienna, Austria)
Daniel Unowsky, University of Memphis (Memphis, USA)
Mayhill Fowler, Stetson University (USA)
John-Paul Himka, University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada)
John Czaplicka, Center for European Studies, Harvard University (Cambridge, MA, USA)
Bohdan Cherkes, National University "Lviv Polytechnic" (Lviv, Ukraine)
Alexander Shevyrev, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Moscow, Russia)
Maciej Janowski, Institute of History, Polish Academy of Science (Warsaw, Poland)