Mark Andryczyk is an Associate Research Scholar in Ukrainian studies at the Harriman Institute. Since 2007 he has administered the Institute’s Ukrainian Studies Program and has taught courses in Ukrainian literature in Columbia’s Department of Slavic Languages. He has a Ph.D. in Ukrainian Literature from the University of Toronto (2005). He is the author of the monograph The Intellectual as Hero in 1990s Ukrainian Fiction (2012) and is a translator of Ukrainian literature into English. Andryczyk is editor of The White Chalk of Days, the Contemporary Ukrainian Literature Series Anthology ( 2017) and of Writing from Ukraine: Fiction, Poetry and Essays since 1965 (2022). Among his other published translations are essays in Yuri Andrukhovych’s My Final Territory: Selected Essays (2018) and Volodymyr Rafeyenko’s novel Mondegreen: Songs about Death and Love (2022). He recently guest-edited a special issue of East/West: Journal of Ukrainian Studies (vol. 9, no. 1, 2022) focusing on Ukrainian culture and the Donbas war.
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