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Nataliya Gorodnia

Doc. Sc., Ph. D. in History, Professor

ngor@ukr.net

ngorodnia@gmail.com

historian, political scientists

graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Faculty of History, 1991

Doc. Sc. thesis “U. S. Regional Policy in East Asia (1991-2013)”, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, 2014

Academic title “Docent” (2007)

Ph. D. thesis “Antanta States and the U.S. Policy towards Ukraine in 1917-1919”, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, 1996

Professional Activity

  • Professor,Department of Foreign Nations’ Modern and Contemporary History, Faculty of History, since 2017
  • Associate Professor, the same Department (2005-2017)
  • Assistant Professor, the same Department (2002-2005)
  • Assistant Professor, the same Department (2001-2002, part time)
  • Senior Staff Scientist, Institute of World History, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, since 2014
  • Senior Staff Scientist,Institute of World Economy and International Relations, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (2005-2014)
  • Senior Staff Scientist, Analitic and Information Center, V.Vernadskyi National Scientific Library, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (1996-2002)

Courses taught

  • Modern History of Western Europe and North America (1870-1918) (since 2001), core course, Undergraduate
  • Modern and Contemporary History of Asian and African Nations (1st half of the 20th century) – core course, Undergraduate
  • Globalization: Past and Present, core course, Masters
  • Contemporary American Society. core course, Undergraduate
  • 21st century U.S. Foreign Policy, major specific course, Masters
  • Contemporary East Asia, major specific course, Undergraduate

Grants

  • Mevlana Exchange Program, Istanbul University (2016)
  • Ukrainian Fulbright Circle grant on conference participation (Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania, 2015)
  • Ukrainian Fulbright Circle grant on book publication (2013)
  • Fulbright Scholar Program, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA (2007 – 2008

Membership

  • Ukrainian Fulbright Circle
  • Ukrainian Assiciation for American Studies
  • Ukrainian Sinologist Association

Fields of scientific interest:

  • U.S. foreign policy,
  • U.S. policy in a greater East Asia,
  • regional processes in East Asia,
  • Ukraine in the world policy

Recent international scientific conferences and seminars

  • History & Society – Dialogue of the Deaf, Warsaw University, Faculty of History (Warsaw, Poland), August-September 2017
  • Chinese Civilization: Traditions and Present Days, Vadym Getman Kyiv Economic University (Kyiv, Ukraine), September 2017
  • Europe-Ukraine-Ternopil Region: International Relations, Cooperation and Security, Ternopil Volodymyr Gnatiuk National Pedagogical University (Ternopil, Ukraine), May 2016
  • Study and Teaching of American and European Studies Disciplines, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Faculty of History, May, 2017
  • Europe, Nations and Insecurity: Challenges to Identity”, Vytautas Magnus University, Faculty of Humanities (Kaunas, Lithuania), June-July, 2016
  • A Quarter Century of Ukrainian-American Friendship: An Experience Worth Promoting, Lviv National University (Lviv, Ukraine), April 2016.

Publications: about 160, including

Books and chapters in books:

  1. Gorodnia N. Transformation of the post-Сold War International System: Trendsand Prospects // Rozwój społeczności międzynarodowej: przeszłość oraz nowe wyzwania, Tom 2, R. Kordonski, O. Struk, J. Ruciński (red.), Lwowski Uniwersytet Narodowy im. Iwana Franki, Lwów-Olsztyn 2016, 660 s. – P.15-22 (in English).
  2. Gorodnia N. East Asia in U.S. Foreign Policy (1989-2013) /N.Gorodnia. – К.: «Прінт-Сервіс», 2014. – 528 pages. – Assess mode: http://library.univ.kiev.ua/ukr/host/viking/db/ftp/books/other/gorodnya_shidny_2014.pdf
  3. Ukrainian-Vietnamese Relations: Current State and Prospects. – Hanoi, 2011. – 230 pages. (with other authors, in Vietnamese).
  4. Gorodnia N. Between Europe and Russia: Ukraine’s Foreign Policy in the Time of Global Changes // Ukraine and the World: Yearning for Changes: Monograph / Ed. in chief N. Vysotska. – Kyiv: Dukh i Litera, 2010. – 448 p. – P.97-114. (in Ukrainian)
  5. Gorodnia N. Ukraine’s Place in Contemporary Globalizing World // Identity and Memory in Post-Soviet Ukraine: Monograph / Ed. in chief M.Antonovych. – Kyiv: Dukh i Litera, 2009. – 496 p. – P.387-402. (in Ukrainian)

Text-books, encyclopaedia:

  1. HistoryinTermsandConcepts: Handbook, Т. V. Orlova (ed.).Vyshgorod: Sergiychuk М.І., 2014, 732 p.(in Ukrainian, co-authored).
  2. Modern History of Western Europe and Northern America, 17th century-1860s: Textbook, B. M. Gonchar (ed.). Kyiv University Publishers, 2013, 735 p., 660-703 (in Ukrainian, co-authored).
  3. World Integration Processes under the Transformation of International System: Textbook, L. D. Chykalenko (ed.). Кyiv: Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, 2013, 628 p. (in Ukrainian, co-authored).
  4. Modern History of European Nations and the USA, 1870-1918: Textbook for History Department students / B. M. Gonchar, N. D. Gorodnia. Kyiv University Publishers, 2008, 413 p. (in Ukrainian, co-authored with B. Gonchar).
  5. 20th Century World History. Encyclopedia Dictionary, I. Pidkova, P. Shust (ed.). Lviv: Litopys, 2008, 680 p. (co-authored, in Ukrainian).

Brochures

  1. Gorodnia N. U.S. Regional Policy in East Asia (1989-2013).Abstract of a Doc. of Sc. in World History thesis. Kyiv: Logos, 2014, 36 p. (in Ukrainian).
  2. Gorodnia N. Ukraine during Central Rada Times in France, Great Britain and the U.S.’ Policy (March 1917 – April 1918). Кyiv: Blanc-Press publishers, 2000, 38 p. (in Ukrainian).
  3. Gorodnia N. Antanta Nations’ and the U.S.’ Policy towards Ukraine in 1917-1919. Abstract of a Ph.D. in World History thesis. Kyiv University Publishers, 1995, 22 p. (co-authored, in Ukrainian).

Academic papers:

  1. Gorodnia N. The Causes of International “Ukraine” Crisis in a Western Academic Discourse // Ukraine-Europe-World. History and International Relations Series. / L .Alexievets (ed.) (International collection of scientific papers), Ternopil, 2017, Is. 19, 264-274(in Ukrainian).
  2. Gorodnia N.Negotiations between Dyrectoria UNR and Antanta Nations’ Representatives in January-March 1919 // European Historical Studies (Journal), Kyiv, 2017, Is. 6, 84-106 (in Ukrainian). – Access mode: http://eustudies.history.knu.ua/nomer-6/
  3. Gorodnia N. “Ukraine Crisis”: a View from Kyiv// Evropský filozofický a historický diskurz (Journal), Prague, 2016, Vol. 2, Is. 3, 46-51 (in English).
  4. Gorodnia N. Why Should U.S. Support Ukraine // American History and Politics (Journal), Kyiv, 2016, No. 2, 70-77 (in Ukrainian).
  5. The Role of ASEAN in the Development of Southeast Asian Nations’ Interactions // Gilea (Journal), Kyiv, 2015, No. 99, 109-112(in Ukrainian). – Access mode: http://www.gileya.org/index.php?ng=library&cont=long&id=121
  6. Gorodnia N. Negotiations between Antanta Nations’ and Ukrainian People’s Republic in the late 1917-early 1918 // European Historical Studies (Journal), Kyiv, 2015, Is. 2, 161-176 (in Ukrainian).
  7. Gorodnia N. Ukrainian Crisis: International Context // Building a New Ukraine.Conference Proceedings, Kyiv, November 26-27, 2014. Kyiv-Mogyla Academy Publishing House, 2015, 407 p., 348-358(in Ukrainian).
  8. Gorodnia N. Ukraineandthe CrisisofInternationalOrder// Challengesto European Security Strategy. Conference Proceedings. Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine, October 2015, М. А. Кulinich, N. О. Тytarenko, V. G. Tsivtyi (ed.). Кyiv: Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine, 2014, 168 p., 30-35 (in Ukrainian).
  9.  Gorodnia N. Asia-PacificRegionalIntegrationintheU.S. Post-ColdWarPolicy// History Archive (Journal), Mykolaiv, 2013, No. 11, 111-118 (inUkrainian).
  10. Gorodnia N. RenewingAmericanLeadershipinAsia-PacificduringBarackObama’sAdministration // Relevant Issues of International Relations (Journal), Kyiv, 2012, Is. 107, V. 1, 190-196 (in Ukrainian).
  11. Gorodnia N. East Asia in Global Transformations after 2008-2009 Financial and Economic Crisis // World Politics Studies (Journal), Kyiv, 2011, Is. 1 (54), 197-222 (in Ukrainian).
  12. Gorodnia N. The Impact of 2008-2009 Global Financial and Economic Crisis on Shaping a New World Order // Scientific Bulletin of Diplomatic Academy of Ukraine (Journal), Kyiv, 2010, Is. 16, 92-102 (in Ukrainian).
  13.  Gorodnia N. Globalization: Emergence and Evolution” // Global South. SEPHIS e-magazine, April 2009, Vol.5, No.2 (in English).
  14. Gorodnia N. Olexandr Shulhin (1889-1960) as a Representative of a New Generation of Ukrainian National Elite in the 1st Half of the 20th Century”// Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv Bulletin. Series: History (Journal), Kyiv, 2005, Is. 80-81, 10-13 (in Ukrainian).
  15. Gorodnia N. Ukraine in Great Britain’s Policy (1917-1920)” // Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv Bulletin. Series: History (Journal), Kyiv, 2003, Is. 66, 93-96 (in Ukrainian).
  16. Gorodnia N. Great Powers and Ukraine after the World War I” // Kyiv International University Bulletin. Series: International Relations (Journal), Kyiv, 2003, Is. 2, 78-93 (in Ukrainian).
  17. Gorodnia N. Ukrainian State during the World War I: Looking for Allies” // Person and Policy (Journal), 2001, No. 3, 13-32 (in Ukrainian).
  18. Gorodnia N. Relations between France and Ukrainian Peoples’ Republic (December 1918 – April 1919)” // Ukrainian Historical Journal, Kyiv, 2000, No. 2, 47-57, No. 3, 44-52  (in Ukrainian, co-authored with B. Gonchar).
  19. Gorodnia N. They Needed Strong Allies. Ukrainian Issue at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference” // Policy and Time (Journal), Kyiv, 1995, No. 11, 75-80 (in Ukrainian).