Lysiak-Rudnytsky Ukrainian Studies Programme
The Lysiak-Rudnytsky Ukrainian Studies Programme is a long-term programme of the Ukrainian Institute that supports projects in educational and cultural institutions, think tanks registered outside Ukraine.
As Russia continues war on the territory of Ukraine, the Ukrainian Institute is forced to suspend applications for the Lysiak-Rudnytsky Ukrainian Studies Programme. We understand how important it is to spread knowledge about Ukraine in this dark and difficult time, so we are looking for other opportunities to implement the Programme.
About the programme
The Programme aims to:
promote new research in the field of Ukrainian Studies and increase the visibility of existing ones
strengthen intercultural and scholarly communication
expand the use of digital technologies in humanities
The country’s reputation, among other things, depends on its representation in the academic and intellectual sphere, which is defined by the level of research, quantity, and quality of translations, the number of educational courses at foreign universities devoted to the country. So, in order to gain subjectivity in the
Results of the 2020 competition
A collection of essays from leading foreign and Ukrainian historians, intellectuals, publicists about the important events in the history of Ukraine, in particularly, in the common history of Ukraine and Germany. The publication is distributed in print and will soon be publicly available. The project was implemented by the Zentrum Liberale Moderne think tank devoted to the democracy, individual liberty and cosmopolitanism, including defence and renewal of open society. The Centre also deals with international, socio-political, historical and cultural issues.