The acceptance of works for the Ivan Franko International Prize begins in January

From January 15, 2022, the Ivan Franko International Foundation will begin accepting works and supporting documents for the Ivan Franko International Prize.

The prize is awarded annually to scholars in the humanities and aims to encourage scholars from around the world to conduct relevant research in the field of social sciences and humanities and Ukrainian studies, expressing humanistic, national, spiritual, state-building sense  for acquirements and affirmation of scientific and cultural heritage of Ukraine within the global context.

Scientific papers (monographs) and supporting documents will be accepted from January 15 to March 1, 2022.

The obligatory electronic form will be posted on the official website of the Foundation.

Three copies of the scientific work in printed form are sent by post to the address of the Prize Committee (01054, Kyiv, Volodymyrska Street, 48A, office 15). Printed copies must be signed by the author of the scientific work.

The list of documents and terms of reference of the Ivan Franko International Prize can be found here

In previous years, the awards were presented to Cardinal of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church Lubomyr Husar; Professor Michael Moser, University of Vienna, Academician Oleh Shabliy, Ivan Franko National University of Lviv, Professor Yaroslava Melnyk, the Ukrainian Catholic University, Associate Professor Johannes Remi, Eastern European History Department, University of Helsinki. Professor Maria Gracia Bartolini, Milan University; Professor Ihor Serdyuk,  Department of History of Ukraine, Poltava V.G. Korolenko National Pedagogical University; Professor Leonid Tymoshenko, Drohobych Ivan Franko Pedagogical University.

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