The Ukrainians have produced a number of biographical dictionaries for professors and scholars from various institutions or disciplines. Only some of them have been annotated below. This page is under construction, January 2003.
N.B. This section includes mostly biographical dictionaries or sets that are not covered in the Russian biographical archive, which may be helpful for locating biographical data on Ukrainians and Belorussians in addition to Russians. Those few that are both in the RBA and included here are of particular signifance and are noted as such.
Svich, V. A. ; Mikheev, V. K. ; Prokopova, V. D. Khar'kov: Khar. gos. universitet, 1995-
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 378.4775 K5277 v.1
Although the text of this source is in Russian, some of the rectors of Kharkov State University were Ukrainian. Biographies of the rectors are about a page in length followed by several pages of bibliographical references to works by and about the figures. Each biography is accompanied by a portrait. The entries provide dates of life and dates of association with the University as well as educational and career information.
Ivanova, O. V. ; Moskalenko, IU. N. Kyiv: Osvita, 1998. 159 p.
UIUC Call Number: Main Stacks 378.47770922 K52
Issued in conjunction with the centennial of the National Technical University in Kiev, this biographical dictionary presents entries and portraits of current and former members of its faculty. Entries provide basic biographical data including career highlights and areas of research interest. Mention is given to special awards that the faculty member may have won. Unfortunately, there are no bibliographical references, but the entries do give a sum total of published works for each person. See the rather brief entry on the left for Valentin Stepanovich Kocho. Most entries are about three times this long.
Andrushchak, Hryhorii. ; Marchenko, IU. ; Telemko, O. Kyiv: K.I.S., 1998. 543 p.
UIUC Call Number: Ukrainian Reference 300.922 An29k
Covering economics, political science, sociology and law, this biographical dictionary presents a total of 600 Ukrainian scholars working in each of these fields. Entries include current position held, education, date and place of birth, research interests and contact information, among other things. The second half of the book presents Ukrainian institutions in the four disciplines mentioned above. The institution entries provide contact information, details on the organization and member faculties or institutes, as well as listings of special projects. See the entry below for Georgii L'vovych Znamens'kyi.