Yuliya Ilchuk wins 2022 Omeljan Pritsak Book Prize in Ukrainian Studies
The Omeljan Pritsak Book Prize in Ukrainian Studies, established in 2019 and sponsored by the Ukrainian Research Institute at Harvard University, recognizes a distinguished book in the field of Ukrainian studies that was published in the previous calendar year. The Pritsak Prize carries a cash award and is presented annually at the ASEEES Annual Convention.
The primary founder of Harvard’s Ukrainian Research Institute and the first Mykhailo S. Hrushevs’kyi Professor of Ukrainian History at Harvard, Omeljan Pritsak was an esteemed scholar of broad scope and erudition, who treated Ukrainian history and culture in close connection with the history and culture of its neighbors.
Yuliya Ilchuk, Nikolai Gogol: Performing Hybrid Identity (University of Toronto Press)
Honorable Mention: Olena Palko, Making Ukraine Soviet: Literature and Cultural Politics under Lenin and Stalin (Bloomsbury Publishers)