The only program of its kind in North America, the Harvard Ukrainian Summer Institute (HUSI) offers seven weeks of intensive accredited university instruction in Ukrainian studies. The program includes three academic courses offered through the Harvard Summer School and a weekly event series hosted by Harvard’s Ukrainian Research Institute (HURI). Every summer since 1971, HUSI has brought together exceptional undergraduates, graduate students, and working professionals from around the world. The Harvard Ukrainian Summer Institute provides students with the opportunity for academic advancement, career development, and membership in a diverse and interdisciplinary community of scholars that spans five decades of HUSI cohorts.
HUSI courses are administered through Harvard Summer School, allowing students to earn academic credit while intensively learning about Ukraine.
- Ukrainian for Reading Knowledge (8 credits) with Volodymyr Dibrova
- Twentieth- and Twenty-First-Century Ukrainian Literature: Rethinking the Canon (4 credits) with George Grabowicz
- Tradition and Modernity in Ukraine, 19th and 20th Centuries (4 credits) with Serhiy Bilenky
Students may take up to 8 credits.