Vladyslava Moskalets

Center for Urban History of East-Central Europe, Lviv

Vladyslava Moskalets is a senior lecturer in the Faculty of History at Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU) and a historian and researcher at the Center for Urban History of East-Central Europe, Lviv. Her current research focuses on the urban elites of Lviv in the second half of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th centuries. Her work identifies urban elites by their economic status and status in society and traces the links between them and the specifics of social mobility.

In 2011-2012, Vladyslava was a Fellow at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as a Grantee of the Ludmer program by the Jewish Galicia and Bukovina Organization. In 2013-2017 studied at the joint doctoral program of UCU and the Institute of Jewish Studies of the Jagiellonian University (Krakow), working on the dissertation "Jewish industrial elites in Drohobych and Borislav, 1860-1900". Moskalets received PhD in history in 2017 in Krakow. Moskalets was an external collegiate at the Doktoratskolleg Galizien program (University of Vienna) in 2013-2016. Fellow of the Institute for the History of Polish Jewry and Israel-Poland Relations (March-May 2016). Fulbright Scholar Fellow (2018-2019), Northwestern University, Chicago. Since 2016, she has been teaching courses related to Ukrainian and Jewish history of the 19th century, consumption history, and Hebrew.



Review of Isaac Bashevis Singer’s play “Enemies: A Love Story” at Lviv Theater

Vladyslava Moskalets

Bashevis Singer’s play takes on new meaning and relevance for Ukrainian audiences.


REESOURCES: Rethinking Eastern Europe - Revolutionizing the Field with Primary Sources

Vladyslava Moskalets

This platform for primary source materials, syllabi, modules, online courses, and reflections gives instructors of East European history the tools to address paradigmatic changes in the field in their teaching.