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MICHAEL ALEXANDER MOSER
(Ao. o. Univ. Prof. Mag. Dr.)

Associate Professor of the
Institute for Slavic Studies at the University of Vienna
(Austria),
Full Professor at the
Péter Pázmány Catholic University in Budapest and Piliscsaba
(Hungary)
Full Professor at the
Ukrainian Free University in Munich
(Germany).

Born on January 26, 1969. Two children (both born in 2000).

Oct. 2014–Oct. 2016: Head of the Department of Slavic Studies (Institutsvorstand)

2013–2018: President of the International Association for Ukrainian Studies (Міжнародна Асоціація Україністики).

 

Most important grants and awards:

2005: START award, awarded by the International Wittgenstein and START Jury on behalf of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). Awarded project proposal: “One thousand years of Ukrainian Language History in Galicia”. March 2006–
(one of the most competitive prizes in Austria with a budget of 1.2 million EUR).

2005–2006: Eugene and Daymel Shklar fellow at Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute.

2004: FIGDOR award of the Austrian Academy of Sciences.

 

Further awards:

2012: Award “Best Book of the Book Forum” at the all-Ukrainian Book Forum in L’viv in 2012 for the monograph Тарас Шевченко і сучасна українська мова: спроба гідної оцінки (see “Publications”).

2005: Prize of the “Kowalsky Program for the Study of Eastern Ukraine” (Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, Edmonton/Alberta).

2005: Award from the Natalija Danyl’čenko fund (New York Shevchenko Scientific Society).

1991: Prize for extraordinary success in university studies, awarded by the Austrian Ministry of Education.

 

* Member of the editorial or advisory boards of:

1) “Studia Slavica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae”
(“Studia Slavica Hung.”)

(Budapest, Hungary, ed. by the Hungarian Academy of Sciences;
editor-in-chief: István Nyomárkay)

2) “Slavia Orientalis”
(Warszawa, Poland, ed. by the Polish Academy of Sciences;
editor-in-chief: Adam Bezwiński)

3) “Studi slavistici” (journal) and “Biblioteca di Studi slavistici” (Book series),
ed. by the Italian Association of Slavists and Firenze University Press

4) “Nationalisms across the Globe”
(St. Andrews, Scotland/UK, and Warzawa, Poland), ed. by Tomasz Kamusella
and Krzysztof Jaskułowski (Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities)

5) Naukovi Zapysky Mižnarodnoji Asociaciji Ukrajinistiv
(Kyjiv, Ukraine), ed. by the Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences,
and the International Association for Ukrainian Studies.

6) “Ukrajina moderna”
(Kyiv, Ukraine, ed. by Jaroslav Hrycak et al.)

7) “Dialektolohični studiji”
(L’viv, Ukraine, ed. by the Institute for Ukrainian Studies of the
Ukrainian Academy of Sciences)

8) “Naukovi zapysky NaUKMA”
(Kyiv, Ukraine, ed. by the “National University ‘Kyiv Mohyla Academy’”
(Національний університет Києво-могилянська академія)

9) “Mova: klasyčne – modern – postmoderne: zbirnyk naukovyx statej”
(Kyiv, Ukaine, ed. by Kyjivo-Mohyljansʼka akademija)

10) “Studia Polsko-Ukraińskie”
(Przemyśl, Poland, edited by the South-Eastern Research Institute)

11) “Slavica Tartuensia”
(Tartu, Estonia, ed. by Aleksandr Duličenko)

12) “Rozprawy komisji językowej”
(Łódź, Poland, ed. by the Institute for Polish dialectology; editor-in-chief:
Sławomir Gala)

13) “Biuletyn ukrainoznawczy”
(Przemyśl, Poland, edited by the South-Eastern Research Institute)

 

Steady member of two commissions of the International Committee of Slavists:
Commission for Language Contacts (2007 ff.)
Commission for Slavic Standard Languages (2008 ff.)

 

* Member of the
International Association for Ukrainian Studies
International Association of Belarusianists
International Association for Studies on Ivan Franko

 

* Editor of the series “Slavische Sprachgeschichte (since 2005).

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