Stanislav Mohylnyi

Doctoral Candidate 

Bonn Center for Dependency and Slavery Studies
Research Associate in DFG funded Schwerpunktprogramm Transottomanica:
Osteuropäisch-osmanisch-persische Mobilitätsdynamiken: "Sklaverei und Loyalität: Das Russische und Osmanische Reich"
Room 3.019
Niebuhrstraße 5
D-53113 Bonn
Phone: +49 / (0)228 / 73 62572
smohylny@uni-bonn.de

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Academic Profile

The Factors of Subjugation:
Creating Bonded Relationships in the Hetmanate and Sloboda Ukraine at the End of the Seventeenth and in the Eighteenth Centuries

In my project I intend to research the social history of the Hetmanate in the eithgeenth century through the prism of social status and attempts at its changes by means of social subjugation. Attention is to be given to variegated factors that shaped social standing in the Hetmanate, such as grassroots level relationships, institutional framework and the policies of the Russian empire towards the Hetmanate.

2019–2022                 
Ph.D. in Eastern European Studies, University of Bonn, Germany

2016–2018                 
M.A. in Comparative History, Central European University, Hungary

2012–2016                 
B.A. in History, National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy", Ukraine

2018               
Research Associate in the Project NEPOSTRANS: Negotiating Post-imperial transitions, Institute of Political History, Hungary

  • 2016. Kiїv u karikaturakh 1907–1912 rr.: obrazi modernogo mіsta. [Kyiv in Caricature from 1907 to 1912: Portraits of a Modern City]. In Zhivuchi v modernomu mіstі: Kyiv kіntsia 19 – seredini 20 stolіt', edited by O. Betlity, K. Dysa and O. Martynyk, 124-147. Kiyv: Duh i Litera.
  • 2018. Review: Johannes Remy. Brothers or Enemies: The Ukrainian National Movement and Russia from the 1840s to the 1870s. In Ab Imperio 1, 389–391. Toronto: University of Toronto Press 2016.
  • 2018. Review: Andriy Zayarnyuk. Framing the Ukrainian Peasantry in Habsburg Galicia, 1846−1914. In Ukraїns'kii іstorichnii zhurnal (Ukrainian Historical Journal) 3, 211–218. Edmonton and Toronto: CIUS Press 2013. 
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