Myroslav VOLOSHCHUK

PERSONAL INFORMATION Myroslav Voloshchuk
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Sex M | Date of birth 02/07/1979 | Nationality Ukrainian

 

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Dr hab,  Prof. of the Department of World history  and Director of the  Center of Medieval Studies of the Faculty of history, political science and International relations of Vasyl’ Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (since 2016)

PhD, Doc. of the Department of the World history of the Institute of history, political Science and International relations of Vasyl’ Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (2009–2014)

PhD, assistant of the  Department of the World history of the Institute of history, political Science and International relations of Vasyl’ Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (2006–2009)

Mgr, assistant of the  Department of the World history of the Institute of history, political Science and International relations of Vasyl’ Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (2003–2006)

Post-Mgr. of the  Department of the World history of the Institute of history, political Science and International relations of Vasyl’ Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (2000–2003)

Student  of the  Department of the World history of the Institute of history, political Science and International relations of Vasyl’ Stefanyk Precarpathian National University (1995–2000)

 

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Vasyl’ Stefanyk Precarpathian National University, 57, Shevchenko st., Ivano-Frankivsk, 76000 (1995–2016), including the studying as a student
PhD, dr hab, Prof. (since 2016)

PhD, Doc (2009–2014)

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Mgr, assistant (2003–2006)

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▪   the member of the all-Ukrainian history competition (Lugansk, 2000), 7-th team place

 

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Communication skills ▪   good communication skills gained through my experience as a teacher in the School with a children

▪   good communication skills  through my experience of the organization of international scientific conferences during 2008–2016

▪   good communication skills  through my experience of the edition of a research journals in Ukraine and abroad (for example in Poland)

 

Organisational / managerial skills ▪   leadership (currently responsible for a team of 4 Post-Mgr)

▪   creative (organisation of the conferences)

▪   operose (author more, than 80 articles in 7 countries of Europe – Ukraine, Russia, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Lithuania, Serbia)

 

Job-related skills ▪   good conditions of the preparing of a books and several another scientific materials

 

Computer skills ▪   good command of Microsoft Office™ tools

▪   good commend of Corel Draw

 

Other skills ▪   football

▪   jiu-jitsu

▪   guitar

▪   work with children

 

Driving licence ▪   B

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION  

 

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References

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Books:

1.       Галич. Збірник наукових праць / за ред. М. Волощука. – Івано-Франківськ : Лілея НВ, 2016. – Вип. 1. – 216 с.

2.       Галич. Збірник наукових праць / за ред. М. Волощука. – Івано-Франківськ : Лілея НВ, 2017. – Вип. 2. – 288 с.

3.       Русь після «Русі». Між короною і булавою. Українські землі від королівства Русі до Війська Запорозького / [авт. колектив В. М. Горобець, М. М. Волощук, А. Г. Плахонін, Б. В. Черкас, К. Ю. Галушко]. – Х. : Клуб сімейного дозвілля, 2016. – 351 c.

4.           Волощук М. М. «Русь» в Угорському королівстві (ХІ – друга половина XIV ст.): суспільно-політична роль, майнові стосунки, міґрації / Відп. ред. Л. В. Войтович. – Івано-Франківськ : Лілея-НВ, 2014. – 496 с.

5.           Томенчук Б., Кугутяк М., Сіреджук П., Кочкін І., Волощук М. Старожитності Гу­цуль­щи­ни. Джерела з етнічної історії населення Українських Карпат. Каталог пам’яток істо­рії та культури: В 2 т. – Івано-Франківськ: Манускрипт-Львів, 2011. – Т.2. (городи­ща, замки, осередки солевидобутку, давні транскарпатські шляхи). – 267 с.

6.           Voloscsuk M. „Rusz” a Magyar Királyságban (XI. század – a XIV. század második fele): társadalom-politikai szerep, vagyoni viszonyok és migráció. Monográfia. – Budapest – Ungvár, 2018.

 

Articles:

7.           Vološčuk M. The Medieval Slovakia and Croatia as a Second Homeland of Nobility and Peoples from the Rus’ (13th–14th) // Slovensko a Chorvátsko. Historické paralely a vsťahy (do roku 1780) / Vedecká redakcia Martin Homza, Ján Lukačka, Neven Budak. – Bratislava: Published by Department of Slovak History at the Faculty of Philosophy of Comenius University, 2013. – P.130-135

8.           Волощук М.М. Problem tytularnego konfliktu monarchów Węgier i Polski o ziemie Halicką w końcu XIV w. // Jogailos ir Vytauto laikai. Mokslinių straipsnių rinkinys, skirtas Žal­girio mūsio 600-osiom metinéms / Red. kolegija Vaida Kamuntavičiené. – Kaunas: Vy­tauto Didžiojo Universitas, 2011. – S.149-156.

9.           Voloshchuk M.. The catholicization of Pokutia: ethno-confessional and historical myth of the Ukrainian historiography // Codrul Cosminului. – 2017. – Vol. XXIII. – № 2. – P. 319–342.

10.        Волощук М.М. Вассальная зависимость Даниила Романовича от Бели IV (1235–1245 гг.): актуальные вопросы реконструкции русско-венгерских отношений второй четверти ХІІІ в. // Specimina nova. Pars prima. – Sectio mediaevalis. – P.3. – Pécs, 2005. – S.83-115.

11.        Voloshchuk M. Archívna práca na Ukrajine (história, štruktúra inštitúcií, pracovné podmienky): vybrané aspekty // Fórum archivárov. – 2017. – R. XXVI. – Č. 2. – S. 27–30.

 

 

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1.         «Collo­quia Rus­sica», Kraków (Poland), 2010, Iwano-Frankiwsk (Ukraine), 2011, Warsszawa (Poland), 2012, Mogilno (Poland), 2013, Spišské Podhradje (Slovensko), 2014, Krakow (Poland), 2015, Plzeň (Czech Republic), 2016.  Co-organizer since 2011.

2.         «Veli­či­na malih jezičkih, književnih, kulturnih i isto­rij­skih tradicija», Novi Sad, Serbia, 2011.

3.         «Slovensko a Chorvát­sko: Historické paralely a vsťahy (do roku 1780)»/«Slovakia and Croatia: Historical parallels (until 1780)», Bratislava – Levoca, Slovakia, 2011.

4.         «Судьбы славянства и эхо Грюн­вальда: Выбор пути русс­кими зем­лями и народами Восточной Евро­пы в средние века и раннее новое время (к 600-летию битвы при Грюн­валь­де/Тан­ненберге)», Sankt-Petersburg, Russia, 2010.

5.         «Times of the Cru­sades in the Historical Consiousness of the Peop­les of the Baltic Region», Siaulai, Lithuania, 2006.

 

The more of important

1.              «Sever­ná a východná politika Arpádovcov», Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia, 2007 with the referat  “Polityka ruska króla Beły IV (1235–1270)”

2.              Seminarium doktorskie prof. Marii Koczerskiej») with the topis «“Русьв Угорщині ХІІІ–XIV ст.» („Ruthenians” in Hungary during  ХІІІ–XIVth), Warsaw University, Warszawa, Poland, 2011 with the referat  «Rusini na Węgrzech w XIII–XIV ww.»

3.              «Kievan-Ruthenian seminar», Institute of history of the National Academy of science of Ukraine, Kyiv, 2013 with the referat «Про­звані русь­кимив Угор­сь­кому королівстві XIV ст.: проб­­леми іденти­фі­ка­цій»

 

1.              Scholarship of the Polish Government for the young researchers (Krakow, 2005–2006)

2.              SAIA (Bratislava, 2006-2007, 2011-2012)

3.              Kasa Mianowskiego (Warszawa, 2007, 2011)

4.              Scholarship of the Queen Jadwiga of the Jagiellonian University (Krakow, 2007, 2013)

5.              Scholarship of Visegradfund (Pecs, Hungary 2008–2009, Szeged, Hungary, 2012–2013, Prague, Czech Republic, 2016–2017)

6.              Scholarship of Muzeum of the Polish history (Warszawa, 2011)

7.              Scholarship of the UNESCO Department of Poland (Warszawa, 2011, 2013, 2015)

8.              Foundation Maison des sciences de l’homme (Paris, France, 2015)

9.              Erasmus Mundus, Ianus II (Lodz, Poland, 2015–2016)

10.           Award “PRO CULTURA HUNGARICA”, Ministry of Human Capacities, Budapest, 2016.

 

The member of  Local History Society “Galych” (since 2015), Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine.

The member of common Hungarian-Ukrainian Historical Commission  (since 2016).

 

Official reference of Yurii Mateleshko thesis “Political and Administrative Structure of Kievan Rus during IX – XIIth”, Uzhgodor, 2008.

Official reference of Maria Gavrylychyn thesis “Political and matrimonial relations between Britain dynasties and Rurikovichs during IX–XI centuries”, 2016.

Official reference of Lászlo Zubanics thesis “Social-political development of the nobleman groups of Nord-East Hungary during 1526–1657”, 2016.