Voices of Ukrainian Scholars: A Summer 2022 Member Spotlight Mini-Series

Russia's war in Ukraine poses serious challenges for Ukrainian scholars and scholars of Ukrainian studies. Internally and externally displaced scholars are facing disruptions to their livelihoods and research. This series showcases the work of Ukrainian scholars of Slavic, East European, and Eurasian studies, and the challenges that they currently face. ASEEES is committed to preserving and promoting scholarship of those affected by Russia's war in Ukraine. Please click here for more resources.

Ararat L. OsipianFounding Fellow, New University in Exile Consortium, New York

Ewa Sulek, Ph.D. candidate, Lecturer at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland, and a founder and curator at the Lescer Art Center

Yuliya V. Ladygina, Helena Rubinstein University Endowed Fellow in the Humanities and Assistant Professor of Russian and Global Studies, Pennsylvania State University, University Park

Nina MurrayAuthor, Poet, on Sabbatical from the US Department of State

Valentyna KharkhunProfessor of Ukrainian Literature and Jourrnalism, Mykola Gogol State University (Nizhyn, Ukraine)

Olena NikolayenkoProfessor and Chair of the Department of Political Science, Fordham University and Member of the Board of Directors, The Shevchenko Scientific Society in the United States

Tetyana Shlikhar, Assistant Teaching Professor & Director of Undergraduate Russian Studies, University of Pittsburgh