Pechenina Natalia ‒ Head of the Department, Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor.

Scientific interests: socio-political movements in Ukraine in the second half of the XX-ieth century; military history of Ukraine.

Thesis: “Rehabilitation of the victims of Stalinism and totalitarianism in Ukraine (50-ies.-1991)”.

Training courses: History of Ukraine, Ukrainian Historical Sources, Historiography of Ukraine, Historical Geography of Ukraine.

 

Drobot Artur ‒ Assistant.

Training courses: Historical Regional Studies, Archaeology.

 

Hrabar Mykola ‒ Assistant.

Scientific interests: agrarian history of Ukraine, genealogy, history of Ukraine and Poland in the XIX-th – the beginning of XX-ieth century).

Training courses: Historiography of Ukraine, History of Ukraine, Actual problems of Ukrainian History and Culture, History of Ukrainian Culture.

 

Moskalenko Vasyl ‒ Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor.

Scientific interests: activities of the Institute of Elections and Local Councils of the USSR under a totalitarian regime (20-30’s of the XX-ieth century).

Thesis: “Local councils of the USSR in the system of totalitarian power in the 1930’s”

Training courses: Constitutional Law of Ukraine, Family Law of Ukraine, Criminal Law of Ukraine, Civil Law of Ukraine, Theory of the State and Law of Ukraine.

 

Polishchuk Oksana ‒ Senior Lecturer.

Training courses: Family Law of Ukraine, Criminal Law of Ukraine, Civil Law of Ukraine.

 

Romanets Nataliia ‒ Professor of the Department of History of Ukraine and Law Studies, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor.

Scientific interests: agrarian history of Ukraine in the 20-30’s of the XX-ieth century, repressive policy of the Soviet authorities in the Ukrainian village (1920-1930’s).

Thesis: “Repressive policy of Soviet power in the Ukrainian village (1925–1939)”.

Training courses: History of Ukraine, Actual Problems of the History and Culture of Ukraine,  The State Terror in Ukraine of the 20-30-ies. in XX century : research problems.

 

Shliakhtych Roman ‒ Candidate of Historical Sciences, Senior Lecturer.

Scientific interests: daily life of the Ukrainian population during the years of occupation; German and Soviet repression during the Second World War.

Thesis: “The opposition of Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN (B)) and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UIA) to the Soviet government in post-war years in the territory of Western Ukraine (1945-the middle of 50-s)”

Training courses: History of Ukraine, Foreign Historiography of Ukrainian History, Actual problems of Holocaust study in Ukraine, Actual problems of Ukrainian History and Culture, History of Ukrainian Culture.

 

Tarasov Andrii ‒ Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor.

Scientific interests: history of socio-political and youth movements in Ukraine in the second half of the XIX-th – the beginning of XX-ieth century.

Thesis: “Social-politic position of pupils’ youth of the South of Ukraine in the second half of the XIX-th century”

Training courses: Ethnic History of Ukraine, Fundamentals of Scientific Research in History, History of Ukraine, Digital History.

 

Tovstoliak Nadiia ‒ Candidate of Historical Sciences, Associate Professor.

Scientific interests: history of Ukraine in the second half of the XIX-th – the beginning of XX-ieth century, Ukrainian national revival, genealogy of the nobility, heraldry; museum studies, historical local history.

Thesis: “Benefactors and public men of Tarnovsky’s, their place and role in the history of Ukraine of the XIX Century”

Training courses: Actual problems of the History and Culture of Ukraine, History of Ukrainian culture, Ethnography of Ukraine.

 

Zadorozhna Liliia ‒ Candidate of Pedagogic Sciences, Associate Professor.

Scientific interests: social history of Ukraine of the XX-ieth century; methods of using innovative technologies of teaching history at school and higher institutions.

Thesis: “The methods of historical documents use at the lessons of Ukrainian history at a school providing general education”

Training courses: Theory and Methods of Teaching History, School Course of the History with Methods of Teaching, Theory and Methods of Teaching Jurisprudence.

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