Permanent address: Miedzynarodowa Street 68 B, m.38, Warsaw,
Contact phone: +48-22-6726730; mobile +48-601410568;
October 2001 – present: PhD student of the CEU Sociology Department
in Warsaw, Poland (Polish Academy of Sciences).
September 2000 – September 2001: Central European University/Lancaster
University, Department of Sociology. MA Diploma in Sociology (Culture
and Society track)
September 1995 - June 2000: Chernivtsi State University (Chernivtsi,
Ukarine). Department of English Philology. Magister Diploma in English
Philology and Linguistics.
1. Larysa Komarnytska, Wilhelm Bohutskyi. Learning with a Journal: Personal
Writing. // International conference “Foreign Languages Today
and Tomorrow”. – Ternopil, 1999. — p. 80.
2. Wilhelm Bohutskyy. The Peculiarities of Translation of English Lexical
Colloquialisms into the Ukrainian and Russian Languages// Chernivtsi
State University, May 12-13, 1999. - Volume 1: The Humanities, Part1.
- Chernivtsi: Ch.D.U., 1999. – pp. 95-96.
3. Wilhelm Bohutskyy. To the Problem of Classification of English Lexical
Colloquialisms// Chernivtsi State University, May 12-13, 2000. - Volume
1: The Humanities, - Chernivtsi: Ch.D.U., 1999. pp. 125-126.
4. Wilhelm Bohutskyi. Slang in Discourse Format // Linguistics and Verbal
Communication in the 21st century … tendencies and perspectives.
May 16-17, 2000 ?. Kiev – 2000. pp. 42-43.
5. W. Bohutskyi. On Intensifying Feedback. // 5th NATIONAL TESOL UKRAINE
CONFERENCE LANGUAGE TEACHING: CLASSROOM, LAB AND BEYOND. January 25-26,
2000, Lviv. pp. 7-8.
6. Bohutskyi W.K. Reading Comprehension through Multimedia // Foreign
Philology on the Verge of Milleniums. Kharkiv National State University.
April 2000. Kharkiv. pp. 26-28.
7. Bohutskyy, V.K. Poverty, Globalization, Social Change and Economic
Development. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF TRANSFORMATIONS IN BUSINESS &
ECONOMICS, 2003, Vol. 2, No 2 (4). Pp. 320-322
8. Bohutskyy, Vilhelm.”Max Weber and the Idea of Economic Sociology.
Visnyk Kharkiwskogo Natsionalnogo Uniwersytetu (The Review of the Kharkiw
National University. Sociological Studies of Contemporary Society: Methodology,
Theory, Methods) 577"2003
Language Proficiency: Ukrainian – native language, fluent;
Russian – native fluency; English – native fluency; Polish
– native fluency. German – moderate reading and listening