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Institute of History of Ukraine
M. S. Hrushevsky Institute of Ukrainian Archaeography and Source Studies
I. Krypiakevych Institute of Ukrainian Studies
Institute of Archaeology
Crimean Branch of the Institute of Archaeology
‘Olviya’ National History and Archaeology Reserve
A. Yu. Krymsky Institute of Oriental Studies
Crimean Branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies
I. F. Kuras Institute of Political and Ethno-National Studies
Institute of European Research
H. S. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy
Department of Religion Studies within H. S. Skovoroda Institute of Philosophy
Institute of Sociology
National Center for Monument Studies under NAS and Ukrainian Association for Protection of Historical and Cultural Monuments
Odessa Archaeological Museum
V. I. Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine
Center for Humanitarian Education
Institute of Encyclopaedic Research
V. M. Koretsky Institute of State and Law
V. Stefanyk Lviv National Academic Library
Institute of European Research 
 
4 Hrushevskoho St., 01001, Kyiv, Ukraine
Phone/fax: (044) 279 0629
e-mail:ied-finance625@ukr.net
  Director
Andrii I. Kudrjachenko,
Prof., Dr. Hist.

Established by NAS Presidium Resolution №268 of 7 October 1992. Its name was changed to ‘The Institute of European Research’ by NAS Presidium Resolution №156 of 30 May 2001.

The principal lines of Institute’s research are:

- studying issues of national-and-cultural development and socio-political and cultural relations of Ukraine with countries of Europe and European institutions, analyzing and forecasting the progress of Ukrainian-European relations;

- studying and publishing historical and politological heritage of the representatives of Ukrainian statehood school.

The Institute of European Research is a leading institution in Ukrainian socio-humanitarian studies and one of the principal scholarly, methodological and coordinating centers of research into state-building processes in Ukraine; it also holds a respectable position among the leading research centers of history and political science.

Since 1992 the Institute has been headed by professor Jaroslaw Pelensky, a prominent scholar, well known both in Ukraine and abroad, a foreign NAS member.

   
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