Culture is a vital force of society: history, traditions, arts, common uniqueness.
Culture improves the quality of life, embraces the centuries-long experience, accumulates knowledge of the world. Culture is an important part of the life of every man and society as a whole.
For the first time, Cuiavian University of Włocławek (Włocławek, the Republic of Poland) with the assistance of the Center for Ukrainian and European Scientific Cooperation called scholars, academic staff and postgraduate students to write a collective monograph on culture studies and arts. The publication “EUROPEAN VECTOR OF MODERN CULTURAL STUDIES AND ART CRITICISM: THE EXPERIENCE OF UKRAINE AND THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND” is a result of fruitful cooperation of the authors’ team:
Bardik Maryna Afanasiivna – PhD in Arts, Leading Research Associate at the Scientific Research Department of History and Archeology, National Kyiv-Pechersk Historical Cultural Preserve;
Hromchenko Valerii Vasylovych – PhD in Arts, Associate Professor, Vice Rector for Scientific Affairs, M. Glinka Dnipropetrovsk Academy of Music;
Yepyk Larysa Ivanivna – PhD in History, Senior Lecturer at the Department of the Fine Arts, Music and Culture Studies, Sumy State Pedagogical University named after A.S. Makarenko;
Karas Hanna Vasylivna – Doctor of Arts, Professor, Professor at the Department of Music Education and Conducting Methods, Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University;
Kovalenko Oleksandr Viktorovych – PhD in Pedagogy, Senior Lecturer at the Department of the Fine Arts, Music and Culture Studies, Sumy State Pedagogical University named after A.S. Makarenko;
Mishchenko Iryna Ivanivna – PhD in Arts, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Fine Art Appraisal, National Academy of Culture and Arts Management;
Petrov Oleksii Oleksandrovych – PhD in History, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Record Management and Information Activity, State University of Telecommunications;
Petrova Inna Volodymyrivna – PhD in History, Associate Professor, Senior Lecturer at the Department of World History and Archeology, Vasyl’ Stus Donetsk National University;
Pylypiv Volodymyr Ivanovych – PhD in History, Associate Professor, Rector, Kyiv University of Culture;
Prokopchuk Viktoriia Ihorivna – PhD in Pedagogy, Senior Lecturer at the Department of Playing Musical Instruments, Rivne State University of the Humanities.
The monograph’s electronic version is available on the official web-site of Publishing House “Baltija Publishing”: http://baltijapublishing.lv/omp/index.php/bp/catalog/book/42