Recognizing the importance of ongoing support for Ukraine’s intellectual community, since February 2022 the IWM has expanded its fellowship opportunities for Ukrainian scholars.
Most recently, the IWM’s jury has selected all eighteen recipients of the two-month Fellowship for Scholars from Ukraine.
With this new program, generously supported by the City of Vienna, the IWM invites doctoral students and established scholars in the humanities and social sciences to pursue their research at the institute. The majority will be in residence in Summer 2022.
The IWM is happy to announce the following fellows:
Socialist Realism in Ukrainian Soviet Art History and Art Criticism, the 1950–60s
Ukrainian Civil Society, Volunteers' and Professional Networks During the War
Connected by Water: Ukrainian South from Stalin to Independence
What Power Does Art Have during the War?
“New Soviet Woman” in Ukraine of the 1920-1930s: Ways of Self-Representation
Friends or Foes?: Religious Organizations and European Institutions in the Face of Russia’s War on Ukraine
Men, Gendered Borders, and Geographical (Im)Mobility in Times of War
"Stand on the Right Side of History": Enterprises and Society in the Russia-Ukraine War
The Greek Catholic Church and the Ukrainian Diaspora in Austria: Cooperation in the Interests of the Church and the Society
Art, Truth, and Propaganda in the Digital Age: Ukrainian Poetry in the Hybrid War
International Development and Vulnerability in the Frontline Communities of the Donbas
Translation as Resistance: Language, Politics and Cultural Colonialism in Soviet Ukraine
Speaking Objects and Spaces: Materiality and Environment in the Midst of Famines in Soviet Ukraine
War, Society, and the Arts: Artistic Expressions in Ukraine
Small and Mighty: How Benelux Countries Respond to the European Integration of Ukraine
Shiism in the Post-Soviet Space: The Impact of New Media
Multispecies Ruptures: Stories of Displacement and Human-Plant Relations from Donbas, Ukraine
Generously supported by