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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
A. Yu. Krymsky Institute of Oriental Studies 
4 Hrushevskoho St., 01001, Kyiv, Ukraine
Phone/fax: (044) 278 7652
Lesya V. Matveyeva,
Prof., Dr. Hist.

Founded on October 22, 1991.

The main lines of its research are:

- studies in history, language, material and spiritual culture of East countries;

- studies in history, language, material and spiritual culture of the nations of oriental origin, that lived or still live on the territory of today’s Ukraine;

- historical and cultural relationships of Ukraine with Islamic world;

- studies in socio-economic development of Eastern countries in the context of contemporary geopolitical problems (Near and Middle East, Central Asia and the Caucasus, China and Japan);

- traditional societies of East and South-East Asia and India, their history and today.

Major achievements of the Institute:

The following monographs have been published:

Matveyeva L. V. “A. Krymsky – Unchallenged Secretary of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. Selected Epistolary” (1997);

Bubenok O. B. “Jases and Brodniks in the Steppes of Eastern Europe (6th – Early 13th Centuries)” (1997);

Matveyeva L. V. “Julian Kulakovsky” (2002);

Rybalkyn V. S. “Classical Arabic Linguistics” (2003);

Bubenok O. B. “Alanes-Ases in the Golden Horde (13–15th Centuries)” (2004);

Otroshchenko I. V. “The Role of Buddhist Church in National and Liberation Movement of Mongolia (1905–1911)” (2005);

Kochubey Yu. M., Tsigankova Ye. G. “Studies in Oriental Arts in Ukraine (1920–1930-s) (2005);

Tsigankova Ye. G. “Oriental-Studies Institutions in Ukraine (Soviet Period)” (2007).

A new book series has been started: “Scholarly Legacy of Ukrainian Orientalists”, in which scholarly achievements of Ukrainian orientalists forgotten or obliterated from Ukrainian history are investigated. Issued recently have been: “Epistolary Legacy of Agathangel Krymsky (1890-1941)” in 2 vols. (2005); “Selected Oriental Studies” by A. Krymsky in 5 volumes have been published: Vol. I “Arabic Studies”; Vol. II “Turkish Studies”; (2007) Vol. III “Iranian Studies” (2008).

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