Ukrainian Studies Program
The Ukrainian Studies Program at Columbia University aspires to build a vibrant and multi-faceted program that integrates Ukrainian studies into broader intellectual and policy agendas while promoting research and scholarly work on contemporary Ukraine in the United States. By expanding the existing offerings of departments, institutes, and schools at Columbia, the Ukrainian Studies Program aims to develop a curriculum that will educate academics, diplomats, journalists, businessmen, and future specialists on the history, language, literature, and politics of Ukraine.
In recognition of the need for urgent support of Ukraine’s intellectual community in the face of Russia’s war of aggression, the Harriman Institute, along with partner organizations, has created two new fellowship programs.
Recognizing the need for ongoing support of Ukraine’s intellectual community in the face of Russia’s war of aggression, the Institute for Human Sciences (IWM Vienna), the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University (HURI), and the Harriman Institute at Columbia University are partnering to offer non-residential fellowships for Ukrainian scholars in the humanities and social sciences.
We have jointly awarded 35 fellowships, which provide a one-time stipend of 5000 EUR to support recipients’ intellectual activities and carry a 5-month affiliation with the IWM from February-June 2023.
Residencies in Paris
The Harriman Institute, the Institute for Ideas and Imagination, and Global Centers | Paris, with a gift from the Ukrainian Studies Fund, sponsored four 12-month residencies for Ukrainian writers, journalists, and creative artists for the 2022-23 academic year. Meet the fellows >
Continuing our partnership, Columbia Global Centers | Paris and the Institute for Ideas and Imagination welcome writer Victoria Amelina as Harriman Resident in Paris during the 2023-24 academic year.
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Ukrainian Studies Faculty
Associate Research Scholar, Ukrainian Studies Program
Senior Lecturer in Political Science; Director of the MARS-REERS Program; Director of the Program on U.S.-Russia Relations
2022 Klebnikov Civil Society Fellow
Adjunct Professor of International Relations
Visiting Professor of Political Science
Harriman Writer in Residence
Emma C. Mateo
Petro Jacyk Postdoctoral Research Scholar in Ukrainian Studies, Lecturer in Sociology
Adjunct Professor, Department of History
Senior Lecturer in Ukrainian
Visiting Professor of History