Education and career.
2010 – V. Karazin Kharkiv National University, specialty – History.
2010-2013 – postgraduate study at V. Karazin Kharkiv National University.
2013-2017 – Assistant of the UNESCO Department of “Philosophy of Human Communication”, Social Sciences and Humanities.
2017-2018 – Senior Lecturer of the UNESCO Department of “Philosophy of Human Communication”, Social Sciences and Humanities.
Since 2018 – Associate Professor of the UNESCO Department of “Philosophy of Human Communication”, Social Sciences and Humanities.
2013 – defense of the dissertation for the degree of Candidate of Historical Sciences “Trade in Kharkiv during the NEP (1921-1929)” in the specialty 07.00.01 – history of Ukraine.
History of tourism and historical memory in Ukraine, economic and social history, trade and consumption in Ukraine and the USSR, the material world of Soviet childhood, consumption and hunger.
Teaching disciplines: “History of Ukraine”, “History of tourism”, “Political science”, “Sociology”.
Scientific publications, patents, grants
Author of 1 monograph, more than 50 publications.
Research grants from the German-Ukrainian Commission of Historians, the Shevchenko Scientific Society in America, the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, and the Holodomor Research and Education Center (University of Alberta).
Internship: Ludwig-Maximilian University of Munich (Germany), University of Warsaw (Poland), Center for European, Russian and Eurasian Studies, School of Global Relations and Public Affairs, University of Toronto (Canada), University of Alberta (Canada).