Vasyl Derevinskyi. Recherche & CV

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Vasyl Derevinskyi docteur en histoire, professeur au département des sciences politiques et du droit de l’université nationale de construction et d’architecture de Kiev. Chercheur en histoire de la lutte des Ukrainiens pour la liberté personnelle et nationale au XXe siècle, ainsi qu’en politique nationale et en biographie.

Il a publié un certain nombre de livres sur Vyacheslav Chornovol, homme politique et homme d’État ukrainien bien connu, éditeur de publications clandestines, dirigeant du plus grand parti national démocratique ukrainien dans les années 1990, prisonnier politique du régime communiste russe dans les années 1960-1980.

Depuis 2013, il organise le forum scientifique « Chornovol Readings », qui a été créé en l’honneur de Vyacheslav Chornovol et constitue une sorte de plateforme où divers sujets du passé historique et du présent sont discutés. L’invasion à grande échelle de l’Ukraine par la Russie ayant débuté en février 2022, il n’a pas été possible d’organiser de nouvelles session du forum scientifique « Lectures de Chornovol » sur le thème « La presse en tant qu’arme contre la presse ». Participation à l’organisation de diverses conférences scientifiques.

Garant du programme doctoral de la spécialité 032 « Histoire et archéologie » de l’Université nationale de construction et d’architecture de Kiev depuis 2016. Le programme a reçu l’approbation et l’accréditation de l’Agence nationale garante de la qualité de l’enseignement supérieur (Ukraine).

Superviseur académique de 5 étudiants diplômés. Le candidat au doctorat a défendu sa thèse avec succès.

Il était membre du conseil académique spécialisé K 26.126.01 pour la soutenance des thèses en vue de l’obtention du diplôme scientifique de candidat en sciences historiques, qui a fonctionné à l’Institut national de recherche des études ukrainiennes en 2015-2017, membre de jurys de thèse (candidat en sciences).

Membre du comité de rédaction de publications scientifiques : « Ukrainian Science : Past, Present, Future » (2014), « Scientific Bulletin of the National Museum of the History of Ukraine » (2016-2019), « Bulletin of the Kyiv National Linguistic University. Série « Histoire, économie, philosophie » (2022-2023).

Membre de l’Union nationale des historiens locaux d’Ukraine.

CV 

Formation

  • 2015: professor’s certificate, Department of Political Sciences, Kyiv National University of Civil Engineering and Architecture. 
  • 2014: Doctor of Historical Sciences diploma, doctoral studies at the Kyiv National University of Civil Engineering and Architecture. 
  • 2006: certificate of associate professor, Department of Political Sciences, Kyiv National University of Civil Engineering and Architecture. 
  • 2003: Diploma of Candidate of Historical Sciences, postgraduate studies of the Department of Political Sciences of the Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture. 
  • 1998: specialist diploma, Ternopil State Pedagogical University named after Volodymyr Hnatyuk, history. 

 Expérience professionnelle

  • 2014: Professor of the Department of Political Sciences and Law of the Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture. 
  • 2004–2014: Associate Professor of the Department of Political Sciences of the Kyiv National University of Civil Engineering and Architecture. 
  • 2001–2003: assistant at the Department of Political Sciences of Kyiv National University of Civil Engineering and Architecture. 
  • 1998–1999: history teacher at Kremenets Lyceum. 

Grants, bourses, projets scientifiques

  • 2019–2020: scholarship of the Eternal Fund named after Oleksandr and Halyna Kulagynyh of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies at the University of Alberta. 
  • 1017–2018: state budget research work 4DB-2017 « Models of national consolidation of Ukraine (on the example of energy efficiency and energy saving policy) ». 
  • 2015-2016: state budget research work 6DB-2015 « Institutionally communicative model of regional development and territorial integration policy ». 
  • 2012–2013: scholarship of the Eternal Fund named after Oleksandr and Halyna Kulagynyh of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies at the University of Alberta. 
  • 2009–2011: scholarship of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine for young scientists. 
  • 2007–2008: grant for young scientists of Kyiv National University of Civil Engineering and Architecture. 

 Нonors 

  • 2020: thanks from the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. 
  • 2018: laureate of the Panas Myrny Award. 
  • 2018: laureate of the Ivan Ohienko Prize. 

Publications  (sélection)

Monographies

  1. Ukrainian patriotism – a factor of statehood, stability, well-being: Collective monograph. / G.I. Honcharuk (ed.). Odesa: Astroprint, 2002. 304 p. (co-author) [in Ukrainian].
  2. Attitude of OUN(b) and UPA towards neighboring peoples and national minorities. Kyiv: Institute of History of Ukraine, NAS of Ukraine, 2006. 149 p. [in Ukrainian].
  3. On the crest of the struggle. Activities of Vyacheslav Chornovol in the second half of the 1980s: Monograph. Kyiv: Ukrainian publishing association named named by Yuria Lypa, 2010. 220 p. [in Ukrainian].
  4. Vyacheslav Chornovil. Essay on the portrait of a politician: Monograph. Ternopil: Jura, 2011. 224 p. [in Ukrainian].
  5. Vyacheslav Chornovil: journalist, fighter, statesman: monograph. Ternopil: Aston, 2013. 387 p. [in Ukrainian].
  6. Vyacheslav Chornovil: a spirit that tears the body to battle. Kharkiv: Vivat, 2016. 496 p. [in Ukrainian].
  7. The muse and rank of Ostap Lutskyi. Kyiv: Smoloskip, 2016. 936 p. (co-author) [in Ukrainian].
  8. Vyacheslav Chornovil. Kharkiv: Family Leisure Club, 2017. 256 p. [in Ukrainian].
  9. The policy of energy efficiency and energy saving as a factor of national consolidation: problems of formation and implementation: monograph. Kyiv-Ternopil: « Beskydy », 2018. 203 p. (co-author) [in Ukrainian].
  10. Chornovil V. Ukraine begins with you [select. Art. and materials; according to and author prev. V. Derevinskyi]. Brusturiv: Discourse, 2020. 304 p. (collection of documents) [in Ukrainian].

Articles 

  1. V. Chornovol’s contribution to the creation and activity of the UGS. Historical journal. 2009. No. 5. pp. 51–59. [in Ukrainian].
  2. V. Chornovol’s contribution to the creation and operation of the press service of the UGS. Bulletin of the Academy of Labor and Social Relations. 2009. No. 5. pp. 104–107. [in Ukrainian].
  3. UGS under repressive pressure from the authorities. Pages of history. 2010. No. 30. pp. 183–192. [in Ukrainian].
  4. Propaganda campaign of the Soviet authorities against the editorial board of the « Ukrainian Herald » in the second half of the 1980s. Scientific journal of the NPU named after M.P. Dragomanov. Series No. 6. Historical sciences: Collection. scientific works. Issue 6. K.: NPU named after M.P. Dragomanov, 2010. pp. 67–74. [in Ukrainian].
  5. Ukrainian Helsinki Union: problems of organization development. Magisterium. 2010. Issue 41. pp. 38–43. [in Ukrainian].
  6. Reorganization by V. Chornovolom of the information and press service of the People’s Movement of Ukraine. Bulletin of the Carpathian University. History. 2011. Issue 20. pp. 112–119. [in Ukrainian].
  7. Models of national consolidation of Ukrainian society. Gilead. 2018. No. 136. pp. 290-292. [in Ukrainian].
  8. State energy dependence in the context of the consolidation of society. Gilead. 2018. No. 137. pp. 321-323. [in Ukrainian].
  9. The issue of national consolidation in the normative legal acts of Ukraine. Gilead. 2018. No. 139 (Part 3). pp. 89–92. [in Ukrainian].
  10. Ostap Lutskyi in the liberation war for independence (1918-1921). Local history. 2018. No. 4. pp. 118-128. [in Ukrainian].
  11. Russia’s information war against Ukraine in the 1990s. Chornovil readings: Materials of the V All-Ukrainian Scientific Conference (Kyiv, March 14, 2020) / edited by V. F. Derevinskyi. Kyiv: « Beskydy », 2020. pp. 28-31. [in Ukrainian].
  12. Methodological foundations of historical and biographical research. Intelligentsia and power: History series. 2019. No. 41. pp. 64–75. [in Ukrainian].
  13. Soviet political prisoners and the Ukrainian revolution of the late 1980s and early 1990s. Revolution of Dignity: on the way to history: Collection of scientific works, vol. 2. Revolutions of the postmodern era: Maidan in the context of global protest movements of the late 20th – early 21st centuries / Poshivaylo I., Onyshko L. (rep. ed.). K.: National Museum of the Revolution of Dignity, 2021. pp. 85–92. [in Ukrainian].
  14. The Ukrainian press in the context of the struggle for the freedom of the national community. Southern archive (historical sciences). 2022. No. 38. pp. 14-18. [in Ukrainian].
  15. Vyacheslav Chornovil and the issue of sovereignty: from the idea to the declaration of the State Sovereignty of Ukraine. Pages of history. 2023. No. 56. pp. 328–340. [in Ukrainian].

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