DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY OF UKRAINE AND JURISPRUDENCE

Year of establishment of the department: 1993, previous titles of the department: Department of History of Ukraine and Political Science (1993 – 2002), Department of History of Ukraine (2002 – 2007), Department of New and Contemporary History of Ukraine (2007 – 2017), Department of History of Ukraine (2017 – 2022) , Department of History of Ukraine and Jurisprudence (2022).

Our contacts

St. L. Ukrainky 46, Drohobych

ist.ukr@dspu.edu.ua

Previous heads of the department:

1993–1999 – candidate of historical sciences, associate professor Volodymyr Stepanovych Batiuk;

1999–2009 – candidate of historical sciences, associate professor Futala Vasyl Petrovych;

2009–2014 – doctor of historical sciences, professor Mykhailo Vasyliovych Senkiv;

2014–2016 – (acting head of the department) Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences, associate professor Mykola Dmytrovych Galiv.

2016–2017 – doctor of historical sciences, professor Futala Vasyl Petrovych;

The teaching staff of the department consists of 11 teachers, of whom 5 are doctors of science. professors; 6 candidates of sciences, associate professors.

Кафедра забезпечує підготовку вокально-хорового циклу за спеціальностями:

014 Середня освіта (Музичне мистецтво) за першим (бакалаврським) та другим (магістерським) рівнем вищої освіти

025 «Музичне мистецтво» за другим (магістерським) та третім (освітньо-науковим) рівнем вищої освіти

Так само забезпечується повна професійна підготовка фахівців зі спеціальностей:

023 Образотворче мистецтво, декоративне мистецтво, реставрація»

024 «Хореографія» за першим (бакалаврським) та другим (магістерським) рівнем вищої освіти

Composition (members) of the department

ILNYTSKYI VASYL IVANOVYCH

Head of the department, professor, doctor of historical sciences

vilnickiy@dspu.edu.ua

GALIV MYKOLA DMYTROVYCH

Professor, Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences

halivm@dspu.edu.ua

STETSYK YURIY ORESTOVYCH

Professor, doctor of historical sciences

stetsyk_u_o@dspu.edu.ua

FUTALA VASIL PETROVYCH

Professor, doctor of historical sciences

vfutala@dspu.edu.ua

LAZURKO LYDIA MYKOLAIVNA

Professor, doctor of historical sciences

lazurkol@dspu.edu.ua

POPP RUSLANA PETRIVNA

Associate Professor, Candidate of Historical Sciences

ryslana_popp@dspu.edu.ua

MEDVID OKSANA VASYLIVNA

Associate Professor, Candidate of Historical Sciences

oksana-medvid@dspu.edu.ua

BATIUK TARAS VOLODYMYROVYCH

Associate Professor, Candidate of Historical Sciences

tbatyuk@dspu.edu.ua

PROTS OLEXANDRA EUSTACHIEVNA

Associate professor, candidate of legal sciences (Doctor of Law)

o.prots@dspu.edu.ua

CANTOR NATALIYA YURIIVNA

Associate professor, candidate of legal sciences (Doctor of Law)

natalia.kantor@dspu.edu.ua

KOPELCTSIV-LEVYTSKA ELIZABETH DEONIZIVNA

Associate professor, candidate of legal sciences (Doctor of Law)

e.levytska@dspu.edu.ua

HRYTSENKO GALINA ZENOVIEVNA

Associate Professor, Candidate of Historical Sciences

grycenko84@dspu.edu.ua

at the Faculty of History, Pedagogy and Psychology:

  • History of Ukraine;
  • History of the native land;
  • Historical local lore;
  • History of Ukraine (up to the middle of the 16th century);
  • History of Ukraine (middle of the 16th – late 18th centuries);
  • History of Ukraine (XIX – early XX centuries);
  • History of Ukraine (20s of the 20th century – beginning of the 21st century);
  • Methods of teaching the basics of jurisprudence at school;
  • Sources from the history of Ukraine;
  • History of Christianity in Ukraine;
  • History of the Ukrainian army;
  • Ukrainian archeography;
  • History of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army;
  • The history and present of the Ukrainian diaspora;
  • Resistance movement in the Carpathian region (1940-1950);
  • The national liberation movement in Western Ukrainian lands in the 1920s – 1950s: historiography of the problem;
  • Education system in Galicia (19th – first half of the 20th century);
  • Historiography of the history of Ukraine and the history of the Slavic peoples;
  • The concept of the national revolution of the OUN and the struggle for its realization (30-40s of the XX century);
  • The Bolshevik regime and the fate of the Western Ukrainian intelligentsia (1939-1953);
  • History of Sub-Austrian Galicia;
  • Basilian monasteries of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth: institutional development, formation of monasticism;
  • Civilizational foundations of the Russian kingdom;
  • Science of law;
  • Family law of Ukraine;
  • Comparative jurisprudence;
  • Labor and economic law;
  • Civil and civil procedural law of Ukraine;
  • Constitutional law of Ukraine;
  • Commercial and commercial procedural law of Ukraine;
  • Human Rights;
  • History of the state and law of Ukraine;
  • Theory of the state and law;
  • Administrative law of Ukraine;
  • Educational law of Ukraine;
  • Early modern monasticism of Right Bank Ukraine;
  • Epistemological foundations of Ukrainian historiography;
  • Research methodology of the Ukrainian liberation movement.

at other faculties:

  • History of Ukrainian science and technology;
  • History of the Ukrainian army;
  • History of the modern world;
  • History of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists and the Ukrainian Insurgent Army;
  • History of Ukrainian statehood;
  • History of Christianity in Ukraine;
  • Family law of Ukraine;
  • Science of law;
  • History of OUN and UPA;
  • Labor and economic law.

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH WORK

Ukrainian national liberation movement in the Carpathian region of the OUN (1945-1954); The politics of memory in Ukraine regarding the Soviet repressions in the western regions (1939-1953); Socio-political, economic, cultural, educational and religious processes in the western lands of Ukraine (18th – 21st centuries); Religious processes in the environment of the Basilian monasticism of the Galician province 1780-1946; Sources for the history of everyday life of the population of the western lands of Ukraine (1921 – 1953); Ukrainian-Polish relations in 1919–1939: research achievements and problems; Historical issues on the pages of crypto-historical scientific periodicals of Eastern Galicia of the 19th century; Development of the education system in Galicia (end of the 18th – beginning of the 20th century); Ukrainian, Polish and Jewish intelligentsia (late 19th – mid 20th centuries); Ukrainian cooperative movement in Galicia (second half of the 19th – first third of the 20th century): historiography of the problem; Repressions of the Soviet totalitarian regime in the western lands of Ukraine (1939 – 1953): causes, consequences, politics of memory; Drohobychchyna in 1953-1959: Soviet realities; Public power and local self-government (1991-2019); Violations of fundamental human rights in Ukraine (1991-2022); Legislative foundations of the organization and exercise of judicial power in Western Ukraine in the context of the formation of a unified system of the judiciary and the judiciary of the independent Ukrainian state; Ukrainian youth associations of Galicia and Subcarpathian Rus in 1919-1939: institutional development and cooperation, areas of activity, participation in state-building and national liberation processes.