Anton Kotenko has received a research fellowship at Harvard
Anton Kotenko, a Junior Research Fellow of the Centre for Historical Research, has received the Eugene and Daymel Shklar Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Ukrainian Studies at Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute for the fall term of 2015/16.
The Eugene and Daymel Shklar Postdoctoral Research Fellowships in Ukrainian Studies bring scholars from the international academic community to Harvard for focused research on projects in Ukrainian history, literature, philology, culture, and other related areas of study in the humanities and social sciences fields. In addition to carrying out their own research in residence, fellows participate in the scholarly life of the University, and offer a formal presentation based on original research as part of the Institute's Seminars in Ukrainian Studies.
During his stay at Harvard, Anton Kotenko will be working on his book “In Search of National Space: Ukrainian projects, 1840s-1914”. As part of his fellowship duties, he delivered a talk on the topic “Ukrainian Projects in Search of National Space: the Internalization of Ukraine, 1905-1914”, and will present a paper during the annual Convention of Association for Slavic, East European and Eurasian Studies (ASEEES) in Philadelphia.