This past year, all Ukrainians, including those who work in academia, media, or the arts, faced the hardest challenges of their lives. Many of them defended their homeland or gave their lives for it, while others in various ways supported the Ukrainian Army and helped those who have been forced to leave their homes.
Deadline for submissions for the conference "Returning Galician Jews from Oblivion: 100th Anniversary of Jakub Honigsman" is extended until August 1, 2022.
The Ukrainian Association for Jewish Studies congratulates a researcher of Jewish book culture Nadiia Ufimtseva on her appointment to the position of the UAJS Program Director.
We wish Nadiia to successfully combine her academic activity and her work for development of Jewish Studies in Ukraine.
The Ukrainian Association for Jewish Studies appeals to the international academic community, including associations, centers, and chairs of Jewish Studies worldwide to help Ukrainian colleagues during these difficult, terrible times. There are many ways and means to do this, but the UAJS has now identified three main vehicles for offering support:
The Ukrainian Association for Jewish Studies is pleased to announce the appointment of Eugeny Kotlyar as Head of the Association's Academic Board.