Yaroslav Hrytsak, PhD is the Director of the Institute for Historical Research at the Lviv National University. He is a professor of history at the Ukrainian Catholic University and at the Lviv National University, and a recurrent visiting professor at the Central European University in Budapest. He received his PhD (candidate of historical sciences) in History from Lviv National University in 1987 and his PhD (doctor of historical sciences = habilitation) in History from the Institute of Archeography, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences in 1996. His research interests include Modern History of Eastern Europe;Modern Intellectual History; Nationalism Studies;Cultural History; and Historical Memory. Dr. Hrytsak is the author of a number of books among which are Passions after Nationalism, Historical Essays (Kyiv, 2004, in Ukrainian), Prophet in His Fatherland: Ivan Franko and His Community (Kyiv, 2006, in Ukrainian), and New Ukraine, New Interpreptations (Wrocław, 2009, in Polish).
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