On February 26, the researchers of “Tkuma” Institute spent a whole day in Zaporizhzhia, talking to students and lecturers of Zaporizhzhia National University, as well as with history teachers.

Dr. Yehor Vradii and Dr. Igor Shchupak presented to the future historians and philologists our new program, which will begin soon – the School of Young Guides HistoryLabs. This project is aimed at active youth of Dnipro and neighboring cities, who are interested in developing the tourist potential of our region and want to participate in the revival and preservation of the historical and cultural heritage of Ukraine.

We truly thank our friends and partners from ZNU – the rector prof. Mykola Frolov and Vice-Rector for Research Prof. Gennady Vasylchuk; Dean of the Faculty of History Prof. Vladimir Milchev and prof. Oleksande Davletov (Department of World History and International Relations), Deputy Dean for Academic Affairs of the Faculty of Philology Ivan Matsegori and prof. Iryna Pavlenko (Department of Slavic Philology) and many others who made our communication with colleagues possible.