Mykhaylo Komarnytskyy

Position: Docent, International Relations and Diplomacy Department, Director, Center for American Studies Laboratory

Scientific degree: Candidate of Political Sciences

Academic status: Associate Professor

Phone (office): (032) 239-41-32

Email: mykhaylo.komarnytskyy@lnu.edu.ua

Research interests

American Studies, Current U.S. Foreign Policy, International Relations in Southeast Asia and Australia.

Publications

More than 15 publications on Southeast Asian Affairs (in Ukrainian).

Komarnytskyy M. ASEAN Regional Cooperation: Progress, Prospects and Challenges // Evropský politický a právní diskurz. – 2016. – Vol. 3, No. 2. – P. 59-64.

Komarnytskyy M. Combating Intolerance Through Education: Islamophobia and the Case of Muslim Minorities in Ukraine // Materials of the International Seminar “Minorities as “convenient” victims of hatred in contemporary Europe: The challenges of combating populism and extremist nationalism in the political arena (June 6-8, 2014)”. – Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom (FNF) and the American Jewish Committee (AJC), Sofia, Bulgaria, 2014.

Komarnytskyy M. Education Without Borders: Trans-Dniester European College as a Way of Settlement Resolution of Regional Conflict // The Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration Working Papers, Maxwell School of Syracuse University. – Spring 2008. – P. 1-26.

Biography

Mykhaylo Komarnytskyy is an Associate Professor at the Department of International Relations and Diplomacy and the Director of the Center for American Studies at the Ivan Franko National University of Lviv. Prior to joining university, he worked as a Foreign Affairs Consultant and Head of the Department of Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church Relations (UGCC) with EU institutions in Kyiv, Ukraine.
 

Mr. Komarnytskyy obtained as a Fulbright Scholar MA in International Relations from Maxwell School of Syracuse University, USA (2008), MA in International Relations (2006) and PhD in Political Science from Ivan Franko National University of Lviv (2010). Mykhaylo was Research Fellow at the Department of Political and Social Science (University of Bologna, Italy) within Erasmus Mundus Post-Doc Fellowship (2015-2016). He was a visiting scholar at the Institute of English and American Studies at the University of Gdańsk (Poland), Jagiellonian University (Poland), University of Zagreb (Croatia), Friedrich Schiller University Jena (Germany), University of Turku (Finland),

 
Mr. Komarnytskyy previous experience also included training in conflict management on creating peace zones at the Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy (IMTD) in Washington D.C., and internship at the United Nations Office at Geneva. He is Promoting Tolerance Program Alumni of Friedrich Naumann Foundation (2014). Mykhaylo is also contributing as an editor-in-chief of the book series “Global Development” at Litopys Publishing House (Lviv, Ukraine).
 

Teaching Courses: “Geopolitical Modelling”, “The U.S. Political System”, “Public Diplomacy of the United States”, “Lobbying in International Relations”, “Multilateral Diplomacy”.

Projects

Projects

2009-2010 – Project Organiser in Lviv Region, OSCE Project “Logistical Support during the Trainings of the Precinct Election Commission (PEC) Members for the Presidential Elections in Ukraine”

2010-2012 – Project Manager, SlovakAid Project “Universities – the Source of Consolidation of Civil Society in Neighbouring Ukraine; Slovakia – Mediator on the Way of Ukrainian Academics to New European University Area” (SAMRS/2009/07/18)

2011 – Project Manager, International Renaissance Foundation European Program Initiative Project №45662 “Living Together in an Open European Society – View from Ukraine”

2013-2016 – Manager of Student Recruitment Strand, TEMPUS Project “Improving the Efficiency of Student Services (IMPRESS)” (530534-TEMPUS-1-2012-1-UK-TEMPUS-SMGR)

Editor-in-Chief of the Series “Global Development” (in Ukrainian) at Litopys Publishing House (Lviv, Ukraine):

Power S. Chasing the Flame: One Man’s Fight to Save the World. Editor-in-Chief of Ukrainian Translation. – Lviv: Litopys Publishing House, 2015. – 632 p.

Kowal P. Between Majdan and Smolensk. Editor-in-Chief of Ukrainian Translation. – Lviv: Litopys Publishing House, 2013. – 320 p.

Brzezinski Z. Strategic Vision: America and the Crisis of Global Power. Editor-in-Chief of Ukrainian Translation. – Lviv: Litopys Publishing House, 2012. – 168 p.

Rotfeld A. In the Shadow. Editor-in-Chief of Ukrainian Translation. – Lviv: Litopys Publishing House, 2012. – 258 p.

Living Together: Combining Diversity and freedom in 21st-century Europe. Report of the Group of Eminent Persons of the Council of Europe. Editor-in-Chief of Ukrainian Translation. – Lviv: Litopys Publishing House, 2011. – 112 p.

Global Governance 2025: At a Critical Juncture. Editor-in-Chief of Ukrainian Translation. – Lviv: Litopys Publishing House, 2011. – 116 p.

Global Trends 2025: A Transformed World. Editor-in-Chief of Ukrainian Translation. – Lviv: Litopys Publishing House, 2010. – 112 p.

Tindall G., Shi D. America: A Narrative History (6th Edition). Editor-in-Chief of Ukrainian Translation. – Lviv: Litopys Publishing House, 2010. – 904 p.

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