Junior Visiting Fellowship for Scholars from Ukraine

This joint fellowship program of the  IWM  and the Center for Urban History of East Central Europe in Lviv (Ukraine) supported research on the legacies of Europe in the history of Ukraine. One ten-month fellowship  was  awarded  each  academic  year  to  a Ph.D. candidate or young  post-doctoral  researcher whose research aligned with the aims of the program. Topics included modern intellectual, cultural, social and political history. In June 2016 the program was included in the Ukraine in European Dialogue Program.


If you would like to receive any information about this or any other past program, please contact fellowships@iwm.at


  • Euromaidan as the Trace of “Equaliberty”: Recapitulation of Modern European Values , -
  • The Elite of Sloboda Ukraine and the Russian Empire-Building: Integration and Transformation , -
  • The Social Relevance of History in Poland, Russia and Ukraine in a Comparative Context (1989-2012) , -
  • Ethnic Conflict, Urban Development, and the Rise of the Bourgeoisie in Late Imperial Kiev , -
  • National Communism: An Attempt to Compare the Ukrainian and European Experience , -