Mykola Riabchuk is a senior research associate at the Ukrainian Centre for Cultural Studies, and a member of the editorial board of “Krytyka” monthly. In 1977, he graduated from the Lviv Polytechnic Institute and, in 1988, from Gorky Literary Institute in Moscow. Since then, he penned five books and many articles on civil society, state/nation building, nationalism, national identity, and post-communist transition in the post-Soviet countries, primarily in Ukraine. Mykola Riabchuk holds an Antonovych Prize (2003) for outstanding achievements in Ukrainian humanities, and a Polish-Ukrainian Capitula Award (2002) for his contribution into Polish-Ukrainian reconciliation. He was also distinguished with a number of fellowships, including Fulbright (USA, 1994-96), Reuters (Oxford, 2000), and Milena Jesenska Fellowship (Vienna, 2001). He lectured in a number of Polish, Canadian, and American Universities, most recently in Columbia (Spring 2006) and the University of Alberta (2007/2008).
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