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Assoc Prof. Dr. Yulia Kiselyova from the V N. Karazin Kharkiv National University received a monthly "Polish-Ukrainian scientific programme" UG research grant at the Faculty of History, University of Gdańsk. She conducted her research at the Faculty of History from April 26th, 2022 to May 25th, 2022. During his stay at the Faculty of History UG Prof. Kiselyova prepared a paper summarizing the results of the project "Historiographic Dissertation of the Era of Ukrainian Independence through the Prism of the Quantitative Method".

On June 30, 2022, a Zoom meeting was held between representatives of the authorities and the staff of Valdosta State University and the University of Gdańsk (Faculty of History). The meeting served to tighten cooperation between our universities. The event was attended by four deans and vice-deans of faculties: Dr James T. LaPlant, Professor - Political Science, Dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences; Dr. Michael P. Savoie, Professor of Mass Media, Dean of the Honors College; Dr. habil. Arkadiusz Janicki, Assoc.

The Leibniz ScienceCampus Europe and America in the Modern World is delighted to welcome Prof. Dr. Anna Mazurkiewicz to Regensburg as a visiting professor from April to July 2022. She holds the Chair in Contemporary History at the Faculty of History at the University of Gdansk (Poland), while in Regensburg, she will be based at the Graduate School of East and Southeast European Studies (GSOSES-UR), one of the ScienceCampus’ partner institutions.

We would like to invite you to participate in the first in a series of Zoom webinars, entitled “Gdańsk ID”. Its organizers are the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America, the Faculty of History of the University of Gdańsk in cooperation with the University of Michigan-Dearborn and the International Border Studies Center UG. 

The series of meetings will be devoted to the problems of identity. During our first meeting, we would like to discuss the identity of Gdańsk. Please, find details on the flyer below. 



Prof. John Dunn from Valdosta State University was our guest for outdoor classes offered to students working in UG’s Historical tourism MA (weekend course), November 13th, December 4th and 11th 2021.

Our students and graduatestudents at the Doctoral Schoolof Humanities and SocialSciences joined students fromthe University of Flensburg,the University of Southern Denmark, and the Universityof Rostock on a week-long seminar

The Faculty of History of the University of Gdańsk has established cooperation with Ukraine, the partner country of the European Union within the Erasmus + program (KA107). It was based on the earlier developed scholarly and research contacts, joint conferences and publications. The Erasmus + cooperation includes the exchange of teaching staff with two universities: the Ukrainian Catholic University in Lviv (2019-2021 and 2020-2022) and the Poltava National Pedagogical University. W. H. Korolenka in Poltava (2020-2022).


Because of its genius location – Gdańsk is a perfect space to sample intercultural encounters, offering lessons of coexistence and conflict, of diversity and exclusion.


During the 2020/2021 summer semester, thanks to the collaboration between the University of Gdańsk and the University of Michigan-Dearborn, our 3rd year History students had the opportunity to work closely with American students. The project was supervised by professor Anna Mazurkiewicz (UG) and professor Anna Muller (U of Michigan-Dearborn) with the help of mgr Iwona Flis (UG) and mgr Anna Podciborska (UG).


On May 27th 2021, during an international conference entitled: BORDER SEMINAR, a new research center was inaugurated at the UG. The International Border Studies Center (IBSC) at the University of Gdańsk is an independent research unit fostering and promoting the UG’s international cooperation and interdisciplinary research in humanities and social sciences. With a strong representation of scholars of the Faculty of History,


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