Mykola Lehkyi

Position: Professor, The Department of Literary Theory and Comparative Literary Studies

Scientific degree: Doctor of Philological Sciences

Academic status: , Professor

Phone (office): (032)239-46-30

Email: lehkyy.m@gmail.com

Web page: philology.lnu.edu.ua

Google Scholar profile: scholar.google.com

Профіль ORCID: orcid.org

Academia.edu profile: lnu.academia.edu

Research interests

  • Franko’s studies
  • Literary theory
  • Literary history
  • Cultural studies

Publications

Main publications:

Separate editions

Forms of artistic presentation in Ivan Franko’s short prose. Lviv, 1999. 160 p.

Ivan Franko [Ukrainian literature: program texts, illustrations, explanations, tasks, tests / EVERYTHING for school. Issue 9]. Lviv; K.: Vseuvyto, 2001. 64 p.

Ivan Franko’s prose: poetics, aesthetics, reception in criticism: a monograph. Lviv, 2021. 608 p. https://chtyvo.org.ua/authors

Other editions:

Ivan Franko’s prose: problems of classification // Visnyk of Lviv university / Philological series: Franko studies. Lviv: LNU, 2011. Vol. 55. P. 15–20.

Fictional prose of Olena Pchilka (historical and literary sketch) // Ukraine: cultural heritage, national consciousness, statehood. Lviv: Institute of Ukrainian Studies named after I. Krypyakevych of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, 2012. Vol. 21: Scripta manent: Jubilee collection in honor of Bohdan Yakimovych. P. 483–491. http://dspace.nbuv.gov.ua/

Dreams in Franko’s stories // Franko. Rebooting. Drohobych: Kolo, 2013. P. 115–127.

The figure of Taras Shevchenko in the historical and literary works of Ivan Franko // Taras Şevcenko un apostol al neamului ucrainean. Taras Shevchenko is the apostle of the Ukrainian people. Bucharest: RCR Editorial, 2013. P. 96–102.

Hutsul triptych of Franko’s prose // Visnyk of the Lviv University / Philological series: Franko studies. Lviv: LNU, 2015. Issue 62. P. 3–13.

The «stream of consciousness» technique in Ivan Franko’s literary prose // Questions of literary studies: scientific collection. Chernivtsi: ChNU, 2014. Issue 90. P. 98–108. http://nbuv.gov.ua/UJRN/Pl_2014_90_8

«Radovi apostola»: universalizam Frankova genija // Ukrainska Galicija (prijevodi s ukrainskoga ) / Uredio Jevgenij Paščenko. Zagreb, 2015. S  295–305. S ukrainskoga preveo Josip Ralašić.

Ivan Franko’s prose at the beginning of the 20th century: the problem of theodicy // Slovo i chas (Word and Time). 2015. No. 6. P. 3–11. https://il-journal.com/

Ivan Franko’s novel «Zakhar Berkut»: an attempt at a stereometric reading // Spheres of culture. Lublin, 2015. Vol. XI. P. 85–94.

Ivan Franko’s prose: dialogues of epochs, dialogues of cultures // Ukrainistika: minulost, przysztę, futurost III. Ukrainian studies: past, present, future III. Literature and culture. Literature and culture: Kolektivni monodrafie věnovaná 20. výroči výroči víkuu ukrainishtiny jako studijního oboru na Filozofické fakultě Masarykovy université v Brně. Collective monograph dedicated to the 20th anniversary of Ukrainian studies at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Masaryk University in Brno. Brno, 2015. P. 153–162.

«A Newly Written Name», or About Some Undeciphered Names in Ivan Franko’s Prose // Slovo i chas (Word and Time). 2016. No. 8. P. 3–10. https://il-journal.com/

Prose [by Ivan Franko] [Electronic resource] // Ivan Yakovych Franko. http://uk.wikipedia.org/

Thanatopoetics of Ivan Franko’s prose: the trivialization of death // Toronto Slavic Quaterly. 2016. Issue 58. http://Sites.utoronto.ca/tsq/58/index_58.shtm

Ivan Franko’s prose. Polish reception in criticism and private correspondence // Kyiv Polonistic Studies. Kyiv: University «Ukraine», 2017. Vol. XXIX: Ivan Franko and Polish Culture. Р.  303–311. http://nbuv.gov.ua/UJRN/kps_2017_29_36

Ivan Franko’s prose as a psycho-physical and socio-cultural phenomenon. General remarks // Slovo i chas (Word and Time). 2019. No. 2. P. 12–25. https://il-journal.com/

Ivan Franko’s prose in the cultural space of Ukraine and the world // Ivan Franko: «I am a prologue…» Materials of the International Scientific Congress for the 160th Anniversary of the Birth of Ivan Franko (Lviv, September 22–24, 2016): In 2 volumes. Lviv: LNU named after Ivan Franko, 2019. Vol. 2. Р. 3–13.

Ivan Franko’s novel «Petriіs and Dovboshchuks»: to the genesis of the plot // Ukr. literary studies. Lviv: LNU, 2019. Issue 84. P. 3–11. http://publications.lnu.edu.ua/

Prose // History of Ukrainian literature: In 12 volumes. Kyiv: Naukova dumka, 2020. Vol. 7: Literature of the 80s and 90s of the 19th century. Book 1. P. 277–419.

Olena Pchilka (Olga Petrivna Drahomanova-Kosach) // Ibid. P. 420–433.

Natalia Kobrynska // Ibid. P. 458–475.

Fragmentary genres in Ivan Franko’s prose // Ukr. literary studies: Collection of science works Lviv: LNU named after Ivan Franko, 2022. Issue 86. P. 147–168. http://publications.lnu.edu.ua/

 

For the monograph «Forms of Artistic Presentation in Ivan Franko’s Short Prose» (1999), he was awarded the prize of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine named after O. Honchar for young scientists (2001).

Biography

Mykola Lehkyi was born on November 9, 1968 in the village of Zalaniv, Rohatyn’ district, Ivano-Frankivsk region.

He studied Ukrainian philology at the Ivan Franko University of Lviv (1985–1992) and at the graduate school of the Lviv branch of the Institute of Literature named after T. G. Shevchenko of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (1992–1995).

He worked as a junior researcher, researcher and senior researcher at the Lviv branch of the Institute of Literature named after T. G. Shevchenko of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (now the Ivan Franko Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine). Currently, he is the head of the department of Franko’s studies of this institution.

From 1996 to 2022, he worked at the Institute of Franko’s Studies of Ivan Franko National University of Lviv.

In 1997, he defended his thesis for the degree of candidate of philological sciences «Forms of artistic presentation in Ivan Franko’s short prose».

From 1999 to 2001, he worked as an associate professor of the Department of Ukrainian Literature at the National University «Kyiv-Mohyla Academy», where he taught the courses «Narrative Aspect of the Study of Ukrainian Literature» and «Introduction to Poetics».

In 2021, he defended his thesis for the degree of Doctor of Philological Sciences «Ivan Franko’s Prose: Poetics, Aesthetics, Reception in Criticism».

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