Roman Szporluk

Roman Szporluk (born 1933) is a political scientist and historian in the U.S. He is a professor emeritus at Harvard and the University of Michigan. He has written several books and many papers.

He was born in Grzymałów, and studied in Lublin after World War II at Maria Curie-Skłodowska University graduating in 1955. He did post-graduate work for three years and then headed west in 1958 studying political thought at Oxford University in 1961 under Sir Isaiah Berlin and John Plamenatz and at Stanford. From 1965 until 1991 he worked at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He was then a professor of history at Harvard University including as director of the Harvard Ukrainian Research Institute from 1991 until 2004.

Szporluk's expertise is in Ukrainian history, Polish-Ukrainian relations, Marxism, and nationalism in Central and Eastern Europe.

Szporluk was one of Fiona Hill (presidential advisor)'s Phd advisor Provided by Wikipedia
1
by Szporluk, Roman.
Published 2000
Book
Search Tools: Get RSS Feed Email this Search