Project administration staff at the Institute of European Studies of the Jagiellonian Univeristy in Kraków.
Office: ul. Ingardena 3, 30-060 Kraków, Poland
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A doctoral candidate at the Faculty of International and Political Studies of the Jagiellonian University. Double Master graduated with honors in European Studies from the JU and from the University of Padova. Multiple holder of scholarships and trainings in Italy (Perugia, Palermo, Bari, Padova, Rome), participant of the cultural exchange program in the USA. She also worked as an intern at the Embassy of the Republic of Poland to the Holy See and in the Consular Section of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Rome. Scientific activities and production are focused on the politics, culture and society of contemporary Italy.
A historian at the Institute of European Studies of the Jagiellonian University. He specializes in the history of Central Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries, national issues and issues of nationalism in this region. The main publications deal with matters of federation in Central Europe as well as the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and Polish-Hungarian relations in the 20th century. He was a multiple scholarship holder at several scientific institutes in Hungary (e.g. Eötvös Collegium and Europái Intézet) and in Great Britain (Institute for Advanced Study in Humanities in Edinburgh). Dr Kopysia's studies include studies on a nationality issue (A nationality issue in the lands of the Saint Stephen's Crown in 1867-1918, Krakow 2001), Polish-Hungarian relations in 1945-1970, Krakow 2015 and the History of Hungary 1526-1989, Krakow 2014.
Wicedyrektor ds. pedagogicznych
A sociologist and works as an assistant professor at the Institute of European Studies at the Jagiellonian University. His fields of interest are the sociology and anthropology of the city, European integration, nations and nationalisms in Central Europe. He has written several articles on the sociology and anthropology of Polish cities. Among his publications are three books: Miasto w sieci znaczeń. Kraków i jego tożsamości (Księgarnia Akademicka Kraków 2010), Wynajdywanie miejskości. Polska kwestia miejska z perspektywy długiego trwania (NOMOS Kraków 2016), Efekt ESK. Jak konkurs na Europejską Stolicę Kultury zmienił polskie miasta (written together with Bożena Gierat-Bieroń, Joanna Orzechowska Wacławska. NOMOS Kraków 2017).
Elżbieta M. Mach
An assistant professor at Matej Bel University, Faculty of Arts in Banska Bystrica, Slovakia. She works at the Department of European Cultural Studies as a teacher of academic subjects focused on cultural studies and European active citizenship. In her research she deals with cultural identity & heritage, interculturality and cultural-social forms of active citizenship. She publishes scientific papers regularly in Slovakia as well as abroad. She participates in many Slovak and international projects and conferences in cooperation with e.g. Vienna University, Austria; University of Waterloo, Canada and Université Paris 13, France. She often attends educational and research activities abroad (e.g. France, Poland).
Senior lecturer and former deputy director of the Jagiellonian University Institute of European Studies. He holds Ph.D. in Humanities from the Faculty of Philosophy at the Jagiellonian University. His doctoral thesis analysed the Polish raison d’état in the context of the European integration processes. His research focuses on sociology of power, international security in the Post-Cold War era, civil society and public sphere in Europe, democratic deficit and legitimacy crisis in the EU, symbolic construction of identity in the context of the EU enlargement.
A professor of techniques of Urban and Regional Planning at DICEAA, University of L'Aquila and DADU, University of Sassari, Italy. Visiting professor in universities as Ritsumeikan University, Kochi University, Thammassat University, Jagiellonian University and Cracow Technical University among others. Visiting researcher at DMUCH/Disaster Mitigation of Urban Cultural Heritage Research Center/Ritsumeikan University. She is an Urban Planner and Designer and also hold a Master in Business Administration, deals in simulation and territorial analysis techniques, urban design and participatory planning. She's also interested in urban planning, history of cartography and urban iconography in general, with some forays in archaeology. In the research field she's undertaken some studies and planning of new tools for urban analysis and public participation to decision and planning processes, on new technologies and communication.
A PhD, Associate Professor of Political Studies at JU. She is a Head of the Department of Mediterranean Politics and Culture at the Institute of European Studies. Among other topics, she deals with European nationalism of the 18th and 19th centuries, political thought of the European right, policy of remembrance, as well as with the Italian-Polish political and cultural relationship. Major publications are: Gabriele D`Annunzio u źródeł ideologicznych włoskiego faszyzmu (Gabriele D`Annunzio, The Ideological Roots of Italian Fascism), Kraków 2008, Nacjonalizm włoski-geneza i ewolucja doktryny politycznej 1896-1922 (Italian Nationalism-the Sources and Evolution of Political Docrtine (1896-1923), Kraków 2013, Dizionario italo-polacco della terminologia politica e sociale, Kraków 2018 and Le ombre del passato. Italia e Polonia di fronte alla Shoah (written together with Francesco Berti, Filippo Focardi), Roma 2018.