Institute of Ukrainian Studies
Landscape, Law and Memory: Forging the Local Tradition and the Perambulations of Estates' Boundaries in the Kingdom of Poland during the 15th and 16th centuries
Advanced Academia Programme
June 2008 - Doctor of Philosophy in Medieval Studies, Medieval Studies Department, Central European University (Budapest, Hungary). Title of thesis: “Enmity, Dispute, and Noble Community in the Late Medieval Kingdom of Poland: Evidence from the Rus’ palatinate, 15th – beginning of 16th centuries”. (Defense held on June 18, 2008).
June 2004 - Candidate of Historical Sciences’ degree, History of Ukraine; Title of thesis: “The Nobility of Rus’ palatinate in the 15th century”.
June 1999 - M. A. in Medieval Studies, Medieval Studies Department, Central European University (Budapest, Hungary)
Current research interests: Violence, Lordship and the Origin of Serfdom in late medieval and early modern Poland-Lithuania; Property borders, legal process and oral tradition in late medieval and early modern Poland-Lithuania; Current state and theoretical debates in the present-day historiography