Member of the Month: Kateryna Ruban

May 1, 2023

Current Position: Junior Visiting Fellow at the Institute for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, George Washington University Research Interests: Ukraine and the Soviet Union, Gender, reproduction, and medicine, Memory politics in Ukraine Why did you decide to join the Shevchenko Scientific Society? It was an obvious decision. I am Ukrainian, ... Continue reading

In Memoriam: Орест Попович (1933-2023)

March 17, 2023

Василь Махно In Memoriam: Орест Попович (1933-2023) Зовсім нещодавно, на початку 2023 року, Орест Попович перетнув межу свого 90-літнього віку, а 14 березня й останню межу свого життєвого шляху. Він належав до покоління, що в підлітковому віці, під час воєнного лихоліття вимушено залишило рідні сторони. Народжений у Львові, в родині ... Continue reading

Member of the Month: Michael Yarymovych

February 4, 2023

Hometown: Osprey, Florida Professional interests: Astronautics, space technology Dr. Yarymovych is President of Sarasota Space Associates, an Aerospace Consultancy. In February 1998, after a 20-year industry career, retired from Boeing and its predecessor Rockwell International, where he held various positions as Vice President responsible for engineering and technology on the ... Continue reading

Svitlana Maria Andrushkiw (1943 – 2022)

December 28, 2022

With great sadness, we announce that on December 21, 2022, Svitlana Maria Andrushkiw (née Lutzky), beloved wife, mother, and grandmother, passed into eternal rest, at home, surrounded by her loving family. She was 79 years old. Born in 1943 in Stanislaviv, Ukraine, to Eugene and Oksana (née Lemecha) Lutzky, Svitlana ... Continue reading

Member of the Month: Yuliya Ladygina

October 12, 2022

Hometown: State College, PA Current Position: Helena Rubinstein University Endowed Fellow in the Humanities and Assistant Professor of Slavic and Global Studies at the Pennsylvania State University Professional Interests: 19th-, 20th-, and 21st-century Ukrainian literature and intellectual history, Soviet and contemporary Ukrainian cinema, trauma and memory studies.       ... Continue reading

First Round of SEF Fellows Announced

August 12, 2022

The Shevchenko Scientific Society in the U.S. (NTSh-A) is pleased to announce the first round of fellowship recipients from the Shevchenko Emergency Fund. Fellowships have been awarded to fifty Ukrainian scholars, writers, and artists affected by Russia’s war against Ukraine. The fellowships include a cash stipend of $1,000, a six-month ... Continue reading

Resources for Conservation & Historic Preservation Programs

August 8, 2022

Дійсний член НТШ-А Юрій Янчишин підготував слідуючі ресурси/контакти для тих, котрі хочуть стати консерваторами або працювати в музеях/заповідниках. Ресурси подаються українською а згоді англійською. NTSh-A full member Yuri Yanchyshyn has prepared this list of resources/contacts for those interested in pursuing academic training in conservation/historic preservation. Information in Ukrainian and then ... Continue reading

Detroit Chapter Hosts Lecture “Ukrainian Culture at Risk – Again: A Conservator’s Perspective” with Yuri Yanchyshyn

July 20, 2022

On July 7, 2022, the Ukrainian American Archives and Museum and the Detroit Chapter of the Shevchenko Scientific Society hosted a talk by Yuri Yanchyshyn on “Ukrainian Culture at Risk – Again: A Conservator’s Perspective.” This presentation addressed the recent invasion of Ukraine by Russia, and is prefaced with an overview of the ... Continue reading

[Updated] For the Record: Conversations with Ukrainian Writers

June 6, 2022

The Shevchenko Scientific Society in the U.S. is pleased to announce a series of intimate wartime conversations between Askold Melnyczuk and an expanding roster of Ukrainian writers. These videos appear in collaboration with Agni and Arrowsmith Press, as well as the Ukrainian poet and filmmaker Oleksandr Fraze-Frazenko. Introducing “For the ... Continue reading

Call for Applications: Shevchenko Emergency Fund Fellowships, Round One

May 27, 2022

The Shevchenko Scientific Society in the U.S. (NTSh-A) announces an open competition for fellowships supported by the Shevchenko Emergency Fund. These fellowships are meant to provide assistance to Ukrainian scholars, writers, and artists affected by the war. Approximately half of the fellowships will be non-residential and will be given to ... Continue reading