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Curriculum Vitae
MARIYA ZUBRYTSKA
Address: Universytetska str. 1, Room 224, Lviv, 79000, Ukraine

Phone: +38(093)236-28-13, E-mail: zubrycka@franko.lviv.ua

WORK EXPERIENCE

November 1999–Present Vice–Rector on Academic Affairs, Lviv National University, Lviv, Ukraine


September 2002–Present Associate Professor, Department of Literary Theory and Comparative Studies, Faculty of Philology, Lviv National University
September 1996–November 1998 Director of the Center for the Humanities, Lviv National University
September 1993–September 1994 Teacher in History of Ukrainian Literature, Department of Ukrainian Studies, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland.
November 1991–September 1996 Researcher, Lviv Branch, Institute of Literature named after Taras Shevchenko, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Lviv
September 1980–January 1984 – Researcher, State Research Institute of Urban Planning, Lviv
EDUCATION

November 1991Ph.D. in Philology, Lviv National University


September 1983–June 1989 – Lviv National University, Faculty of Philology, Master’s Degree in Ukrainian Literature with honors
September 1975–June 1980 – Lviv Polytechnic National University, Faculty of Engineering, Master’s Degree in Engineering with honors
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

May 2010 – Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Fellowship, University of Oslo and University of Bergen Visiting Scholar


May 2009 – Visiting Professor, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada
September 2005–December 2005 – Distinguished Visiting Scholar, Faculty of Humanities, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia
1998–2003 – Consultant, ACLS Scholar (American Council for Learned Society, Short–Term Grants in the Humanities)
January 1997–May 1997 – Institute for Human Sciences Scholar, Vienna, Austria
January 1996–December 1997 Lecturer, Author Courses on Literary Criticism, National University of "Kyiv–Mohyla Academy", Kyiv, Ukraine
January–June 1995 Fulbright Scholar, Lecturer in History of Ukrainian Culture and Literature, Penn State University, State College, PA, USA
Other Professional Activities

2010 – Project organizer of the Resource Center for Inclusive Education at Lviv National University

2006 – Project organizer of the Annual seminars “University autonomy and academic freedom in post-soviet countries”
2004 – Project organizer of the Regional regular seminar “Community and University: Education Policy Dialogue”
2002 – Project organizer of the pilot project “Development of PhD Studies in Ukraine”
2000 – Project organizer of the pilot project “Development of MA Progams in Sociology and Cultural Studies at Lviv National University”. Project was suPorted by Higher Education SuPort Program of Open Society Institute (Budapest-New York)
PUBLIC ACTIVITY

1997–1998 – Member of the Executive Board, International Renaissance Foundation, Kyiv, Ukraine


1999–2000 – Chairman of the Education Program, International Renaissance Foundation, Kyiv, Ukraine
2006–2010 – Honorable Senator, Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU), Lviv
2007–2010 – Associate Member, The Club of Rome; Member of Ukrainian Association of the Club of Rome
Since September 2009 – Member of the Supervisory Board, City Institute, Lviv
Since October 2009 – Member of the Council on Competitiveness, Lviv City Council
AWARDS

2001 – Solomiya Pavlychko Award, ACLS, Warsaw

2007 – Order of Princess Olga, Third Degree
PUBLICATIONS

Zubrytska, Mariya. Homo Legens: Reading as a Sociocultural phenomenon. – Lviv, Litopys, 2004. – 352 P. (monography)


Editor in-Chief Books

1. The Idea of the University. An Anthology. – Lviv, Litopys, 2002. – 310P.

University Autonomy and Academic Freedom in Post-Soviet Countries. Proccedings of International Seminar. – Lviv, Lviv University Press, 2001.

2. Denis de Rougemont. An Open Letter to the Europeans. – Lviv, Litopys, 1998. – 276 P.

3. New Ukraine and New Europe: A Time of RaProchement. – Lviv, Litopys, 1997. – 330 P.

4. Word. Sign. Discourse. An Anthology of Literary and Critical Thoughts in the 20th Century. – Lviv, Litopys, 1996. – 636 P.
Selected Articles
Issues in Education

1. The Idea of the University: Challenge of the Globalization// The Idea of the University. Anthology. – Lviv, Litopys, 2008. – P. 4-24.

2. Educational Policy of Ukraine and Russia: Comparative AProach// Higher Education in Ukraine. – 2002. – Vol. 3. – P. 13-25.

3. On the Half-Way to the Academic Freedom// Higher Education in Ukraine. – 2001. – Vol. 8. – P. 16-30.

4. Interdisciplinarity: New Possibilities in Teaching and Learning Process// Education Studies. – 2001. – Vol. 3. – P. 21-35.
Issues in Theory of Literature and Culture (In Enhlish)

1. Mirrors, Windows and Maps: The Topology of National Identity in Twentieth Century Ukrainian Literature// Slavic and East European Journal. – Vol.50, No. 3. – Fall 2006. – P. 404-412. (in English)

2. In-Betweeness: Cultural Implications of the Term 'Euro-Asia' (A Ukrainian Perspective)// Australian Slavonic and East European Studies. – Vol. 9 (2006), No. 1. – P. 25-40. (In English)

3. Between Scylla and Charybdis: Prospects and Challenges for Ukrainian Culture in the Current Global Context")// Australian Slavonic and East European Studies. – Vol. 9 (2006), No. 3. – P. 45-52. (In English)

4. Where We Are And Where We Are Going: Some Reflection On European Choice of Ukraine//Sociokultureller Wandel im Verfassungsstaat. – Bohlau Verlag, Wien-Koln-Graz. 2004. – P. 1183-1191 (in English).

5. Discourse on Europeaness and Its Spatio-Temporal Dimentions in the East-Central Europe// Cultural Encounters in East-Central Europe. – FRN, Stockholm, 1998. – P. 89-109 (in English)

6. Stereotype of the Pole in Ukrainian Literature// Nations and Stereotypes. – Krakow: International Cultural Centre, 2000. – P. 130-137. (in English)
Translations into Ukrainian

1. H. Arendt. The Human Condition. – Lviv, Lviv University Press, 1999. – 255 P.

2. U. Eco. Interpretation and Overinterpretation. – Lviv, Lviv University Press. 1998. – 240 P.

3. J. Kristeva. Stabat Mater. – An Anthology of Contemporary Literary Critical Thought. – Lviv, Litopys, 1996. – P. 662-679.


4. M. Foucault, What is an Author // An Anthology of Contemporary Literary Critical Thought. – Lviv, Litopys, 1996. – P. 442-456.

5. J. Derrida. Structure, Sign and Play in the Discourse of the Human sciences // An Anthology of Contemporary Literary Critical Thought. – Lviv, Litopys, 1996. – P. 457-477.

6. P. de Man, The Resistance to Theory // An Anthology of Contemporary Literary Critical Thought. – Lviv, Litopys, 1996. – P. 478-494.

7. F. Jameson. The politics of theory: Ideological positions in the Postmodernism Debate // An Anthology of Contemporary Literary Critical Thought. – Lviv, Litopys, 1996. – P. 567-579.

8. E. Said. Orientalism (extract) // An Anthology of Contemporary Literary Critical Thought. – Lviv, Litopys, 1996. – P. 544-558.

9. E. Showalter. Feminist criticism in the wilderness // An Anthology of Contemporary Literary Critical Thought. – Lviv, Litopys, 1996. – P. 510-535.



10. R. Rorty. Self-creation and affiliation: Proust, Nietzsche and Heidegger // An Anthology of Contemporary Literary Critical Thought. – Lviv, Litopys, 1996. – P. 580-599.

LANGUAGES:

Ukrainian (native), English (fluently), Polish (fluently), Russian (fluently),


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