Wilson Center Projects
"What Role Does Mass Media Play in Post-Communist Ukraine?"
Marta Dyczok is Associate Professor at the Departments of History and Political Science, Western University, Fellow at the University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs, and Adjunct Professor at the National University of the Kyiv Mohyla Academy. She was a Wilson Fellow (2005-2006) and a Harvard Shklar Fellow (2011). Her books include Ukraine Calling. A Kaleidoscope from Hromadske Radio 2016-2019 (New York and Hanover: Columbia University Press and ibidem-Verlag 2021) Ukraine’s Euromaidan. Broadcasting through Information Wars with Hromadske Radio (E-IR 2016) Ukraine Twenty Years After Independence: Assessments, Perspectives, Challenges (Aracne editrice 2015), Media, Democracy and Freedom. The Post-Communist Experience (Peter Lang 2009), and The Grand Alliance and Ukrainian Refugees (Palgrave Macmillan 2000). She has also published numerous book chapters and her articles have appeared, among others, Europe-Asia Studies, Demokratizatsiya, and Canadian Slavonic Papers. Her doctorate is from Oxford University, she researches mass media, memory, migration, and history, and regularly provides media commentary.
B.A. (1986) University of Toronto; M.A. (1987) University of London; D.Phil (1995) Oxford University
- Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario, 1998-present
- Fellow, CREES, University of Ontario, 1998-present
Russian and East European politics and history, comparative politics; International politics and history with focus on Ukraine, the former Soviet Union, Europe; media, migration, and post-communism
- The Grand Alliance and Ukranian Refugees (New York: St. Martin's Press, in association with St. Antony's College, Oxford, 2000)
- Ukraine: Movement Without Change, Change Without Movement (Amsterdam: Harwood Academic Publishers, 2000)
- "The Politics of Media in Ukraine: Elections 2002," in Ukraine at a Crossroads (Bern: Peter Lang, 2005)