he Department of Slavic Languages of the Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University in partnership with the University of Warsaw is implementing the project “Around Language and Literature - 9 Lectures for Polonists from Ukraine” funded by the National Agency for Academic Exchange of the Republic of Poland. The first and next few meetings will be held online.
We would like to note that if epidemiological conditions will have been allowed, four lectures in the traditional full-time format will be held at the university next spring. A scientific publication will be created on the basis of all reports, and the texts of lectures will be available to philologists from all over the world.
Before the first lecture, Rector Ihor Tsependa and Dean of the Faculty of Philology Roman Holod from Precarpathian University congratulated the initiators, media partner represented by the Galician Courier and all project participants from Ivano-Frankivsk, Lviv, Drohobych, Chernivtsi, Lutsk, Ternopil, Kh. , Kyiv, Kharkiv, Dnipro, Odessa.
In particular, Igor Tsependa stressed that this project is another proof of the systematic partnership between the two universities: "This cooperation is not only a large joint project to restore the Observatory on Mount Pip Ivan, but also many no less important educational projects."
He also mentioned the construction by the Precarpathian University of the International Center for Youth Meetings of Ukraine and Poland in Mykulychyn.
It is on its basis, according to the rector, that universities will also be able to implement the following similar projects for Polonists.
On behalf of the University of Warsaw, Zbigniew Gren, Dean of the Faculty of Polish Philology at the University of Warsaw, wished everyone fruitful and useful work. Ms. Kamila Dembinska, on behalf of the program NAWA presented the program for students and teachers-captives.
Mrs. Eliza Klaudiia Dzvonkevich, Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Lviv, wished everyone good impressions from participating in the project and noted that "the partnership that exists between the Universities of Warsaw and Precarpathian is an example of how the two neighboring countries should build their relations."Therefore, this cognitive course in linguistics, glottodidactics and literary criticism for students, doctoral students and teachers of other Carpathian universities began with a very interesting story by Professor Elżbieta Vikhrowska about the last King of
the Polish Lithianian Commonwealth the Stanisław August Poniatowski and his unique knightly school. It should be noted that the project is the result of cooperation between Dr. Beata Katarzyna Edryka from the University of Warsaw and Samantha Busilo who works at the university under the direction of NAWA, she is graduate student of the Faculty of Polish Studies at the University of Warsaw, a senior lecturer at the Department of Slavic Languages at Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University.Also in cooperation with the University of Warsaw, thanks to the NAWA POLONISTA program, Polish philology student Iryna Baran won a competition to study in Warsaw.
Regarding the first lecture, during it Professor Elżbieta Wiechrowska analyzed the role of the Warsaw Knights' School of Stanisław August Poniatowski.
A historical overview of the activities of both the unique figure in the history of Poland Poniatowski and the influence of the School on the development of Polish education, in particular the importance of educational standards introduced by the educational process in the knight school.