Staff and academic interests

Staff and academic interests

Mykola Doroshko

 

Scientific degree: Doctor of Historical Sciences

Position: Head of the Chair, professor

He is the author of over 190 scientific and methodological works on the history of Ukraine of the twentieth century, international relations and geography, including monographs "The famine of 1932-1933 in Ukraine: causes and consequences" (2003, co-authored), "The Communist-state nomenclature of the Ukrainian SSR in the 20-30's of the twentieth century: Socio-historical analysis" (2004), "Nomenclature: the leadership of the Soviet Ukraine (1917-1938)" (2008), teaching and methodological works: "Country Studies. CIS and Baltic countries: A tutorial" (2008), "Country Studies. Countries of CIS, Europe and North America: a tutorial" (2009, co-authored), "Country Studies. Countries of the post-Soviet space, Europe and North America" (2012, co-authored), "Geopolitical interests and the foreign policy of the post-Soviet states: A Tutorial" (2011), "Country Studies. Textbook" (2009 and 2012, co-authored), "Country Studies: Textbook" (2012, co-authored), "Regional Studies. Textbook" (2014, co-authored), "Introduction to University Studies: Country Studies: A manual" (2016, co-authored), etc.

Pavlo Ihnatiyev

Scientific degree: Doctor of Political Sciences

Position: Professor

Area of scientific interests: international relations, geography, and foreign policy issues of the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America.

He is the author of more than 110 scientific and methodological works on international relations, geography, and foreign policy of the countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America, including the monograph "India on the Way to Leadership in South Asia" (2006), teaching and methodological works: "Country Studies. Countries in Asia: A Tutorial" (2006), "Geopolitical and Geo-economic Interests in World Politics: A Handbook" (2014), "Country Studies. Textbook" (2009 and 2012, co-authored), "Country Studies: Textbook" (2012, co-authored), "Regional Studies. Textbook" (co-authored in 2014),"Introduction to University Studies: Country Studies: Textbook" (2016, co-authored); non-fiction books on South Asia: "Sri Lanka: Country Studies Portrait" (2009),"Pakistan: from decolonization of British India to the present" (2014) and others.

Olena Kravchuk

Scientific degree: Doctor of Historical Sciences

Position: Associate Professor

Area of scientific interests: country studies of Latin American countries.

She is the author of 55 scientific and methodological works in the field of Latin America, including textbooks and tutorials: "Country Studies: Asia, Africa, Latin America, Australia and Oceania: A tutorial" (2006, co-authored), "Country Studies: A tutorial" (2009 and 2012, co-authored), "Country Studies: Textbook"(2012, in co-authorship), "Country Studies: A tutorial: in 4 parts" (2013, co-authored), "Regional Studies: A textbook" (co-authored in 2014), "Introduction to University Studies: Country Studies: Textbook" (2016, co-authored) and others.

Natalya Serbina

Scientific degree: Ph.D. (Historical Studies)

Position: Associate Professor

Field of research: country studies of post-Soviet countries.

She is the author of 85 scientific (3 of them are in foreign publications) and teaching and methodological works on country studies of post-Soviet countries, countries of Europe, including Textbooks: "Small Countries of Europe" (2007, co-authored), "Country Studies. Countries CIS, Europe and North America: Teach. (2009, co-authored), "Country Studies: the Countries of the Post-Soviet Space, Europe and North America" (2012, co-authored), "Introduction to University Studies: Country Studies" (2016), textbooks: "Country Studies" (2009 and 2012). , Co-authored), "Country Studies: Textbook" (2012, co-authored), "Regional Studies" (in 2014, co-authored) and others.
 

Roman Kryvonos

Scientific degree: Ph.D. (Political Studies)

Position: Associate Professor

Field of research: problems of international relations and geography.

He is the author of over 100 scientific and methodological works on problems of international relations and geography, including The monographs "Germany in the framework of European cooperation" (2004), "Ukraine in Europe: the context of international relations" (2011, co-author), educational and methodological works "International Systems and Global Development: Textbook" (2008, co-authored), "Ukraine In the post-bipolar system of international relations: a textbook "(2008, co-authored)," Country Studies: Textbook "(2009 and 2012, co-authored)," Country Studies. Countries CIS, Europe and North America: Teach. Manual "(2009, co-authored)," International Relations and World Politics: Textbook "(2010, co-authored)," Country Studies: Post-Soviet Countries, Europe and North America: Teach. Manual (2012, co-authored), "Country Studies: A Textbook" (2012, co-authored), "Country Studies: A Manual: Four Parts" (2013, co-authored), "Regional Studies: A Textbook" (in 2014, co-authored) ), "Introduction to University Studies: Country Studies: Textbook" (2016, co-authored) and others.
 

 

Stanislav But 

Scientific degree: Ph.D. (Political Studies)
Position: Assistant

Bohdan Cherkas

Scientific degree: Ph.D. (Political Studies)

Position: Assistant

Field of research: issues of international relations in Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Caribbean region.
He is the author of more than 30 scientific and methodological works on international affairs in Africa, Asia, Oceania and the Caribbean, including Educational and methodological works: "Country Studies: A Manual in 4 Parts" (2013, co-authored), "Introduction to University Studies: Country Studies" (2016, co-authored), etc.
 

Julia Tsyrfa

Scientific degree: Ph.D. (Political Studies)

Position: Assistant

Field of research: issues of international relations in Europe and North America.

She is the author of more than 30 scientific and methodological works on international relations in Europe and North America, including Textbook "Introduction to University Studies: Country Studies" (2016, co-authored), and others.
 

 Inna Voloshenko

Position: Assistant

Field of research: issues of regional security in Central Asia, international relations in the post-Soviet space.


She is the author of more than 15 scientific and methodological works on regional security in Central Asia, international relations in the post-Soviet space, including Textbook "Introduction to University Studies: Country Studies" (2016, co-authored), and others.


 

 

Oleksandr Mishyn 

 

Grade: PhD

Job position: assistant professor

Research interests: international relations in Asia, Africa and Oceania regions, the Oriental countries political systems, the problems of international security, Ukrainian foreign policy and geostrategy.

The author of more than 20 scientific, teaching and guiding works regarding political and security development of African and Middle East countries, inter alia articles for ‘The Ukrainian Diplomatic Encyclopedia’ (2013) and training manual ‘Baltic and Black Sea Region Studies’ (2019, co-author).