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Joanna Kurczewska
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Emailjotabe@chmielna.pl
Project Positioninvited faculty
Current PositionFull Professor at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw;
Birth Date0000-00-00
User GroupResource Faculty
Education:


Professional Experiense:
start dateend dateinstitutionposition
till nowthe Graduate School for Social Research, Polish Academy of SciencesFull-time Professor
till nowWarsaw University, Centre for Studies on the Classical Tradition in Poland and East-Central EuropePart-time Professor
till nowPolish Society of Political StudiesPresident
till nowPolish Sociological ReviewChief Editor


Courses:
On the Significance and Insignificance of the Space and Borders: Sociological Perspective


Personal Courses:


Research Interests and Projects:
Major Research Interests
Theoretical sociology, historical sociology, sociology of culture, community studies. Recent research work concentrates on the relations between culture, politics, locality and nationalism in the post-socialist systems.


Selected Publication:
Selected publications in Polish (books only):
1997 - „Technokraci i ich świat społeczny” [Technocrats and Their Social World] ; Warszawa
1999 - Zmiana społeczna : teorie i doświadczenia polskie : praca zbiorowa / pod red. Joanny Kurczewskiej; Warszawa : Wydaw. IFiS PAN [„Social change  - theories and Polish experiences”, ed. Joanna Kurczewska]
2000 - Kultura narodowa i polityka /red. nauk. Joanna Kurczewska [„National culture and politics”, ed. Joanna Kurczewska] Warszawa: "Oficyna Naukowa".
2001 – “Patriotyzm(y) polskich polityków” [Patriotism of Polish Politicians], Warszawa
Selected publications in English and German:  
1.  Fruhe  polnische  Nationalismus  und  die  Frauenthematik,  in: Geschlecht und  Nationalismus  in  Mittel-  und  Ost-Europa,  hrsg.  S. Kemlein, Verlag Osnabruck,  2000,  pp.49-77.  
2. Issues of  National  Identity  :  Poland,  in: "Transitional Societies in  Comparison  :  East-Central  Europe  versus Taiwan". Taipei-Berlin 2000
3. F. Znaniecki and His Lessons for Central and  Eastern  Europe, in: Florian Znaniecki's Sociological Theory and the Challenges  of  21st Century. Ed. E. Hałas, Frankfurt a/M Peter Lang 2000, pp. 201-225
4. A Self-Governing Society Twenty Years After: Democracy and the Third Sector in  Poland  (with Jacek Kurczewski), „Social Research” Vol. 58 No.4, Winter 2001
5. Local Civil Societies in the Nineties: A Diagnosis. In:  Polish Sociological Review No 3/2002, pp. 297-31
6. The Modes of Theorising About Nations and Nationalism (Attempt of Evaluation), in: “The Nation Idea as a research Problem”. Slawistyczny Ośrodek Wydawniczy, Warszawa 2002, pp. 384 + aneks, pp. art.: 13-34.
7. What Is Likely to Happen to Polish Collective Consciousness After Accession to the European Union?  „Polish Sociological Review” No.1/2003, pp. 83-93.
8. Politicians Facing Poland's Near Past, in: Slovak Foreign Policy Affairs Vol. 4, No. 2/2003`
9. Consequences of Schengen Treaty Implementation on Poland’s Eastern Border (A Study of Local Community Leaders). Policy Paper, co-author: Hanna Bojar. Warsaw 2003 Instytut Spraw Publicznych, pp. 71
11. Polish-Ukrainian Borderland in Perspective of Polish integration with the European Union (co-authors: Mirosław Bieniecki, Hanna Bojar): Policy Papers of Batory Foundation 2003.
12. Local Civil Societies in the Nineties: A Diagnosis. In: Polish Sociological Review No 3/2002, pp. 297-31
13 a) Polská sociologie – od „října“ do „června“ (1956–1989)
Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review, 2005, Vol. 41, No. 4: 375–399
13 b) Polish Sociology – From „October“ to „June“ (1956–1989) Sociology in the Visegrad Countries . In: Sociologický časopis/Czech Sociological Review, 2005, Vol. 41, No. 4:  641-658
14. Jakiej wyobraźni społecznej potrzeba badaczom – historykom [What social imagination do the historian need]; s. 883-887; In: Świat NIEpożegnany. Żydzi na dawnych ziemiach wschodnich Rzeczypospolitej w XVIII – XX w.. [A Word be bade no farewell. Jews in the eastern territories of the Polish Republic from 18 th to 20 th century]; ed. Krzysztof Jasiewicz, Instytut Studiów Politycznych PAN, Oficyna Wydawnicza RYTM, Warsaw-London 2005 (two versions: Polish and English)
 15. Ukrainski trudowi migranty na polskomu rinku praci [Ukraińska migracja zarobkowa na polskim rynku pracy], H. Bojar (M. Bieniecki, A. Gąsior-Niemiec, Joanna Kurczewska, J. Konieczna, J. Frelak współautor); w; Ukrainska trudowa migracija do krain ewropejskowo sojuzu [Ukraińska migracja zarobkowa w krajach Unii Europejskiej w świetle socjologii], PAUCI, CPCFPU-ISP: Kiev 2005, (In Ukrainian), pp. 63 - 121
16. Poland’s Borderlands with Russia and Ukraine (J. Kurczewska – co-author), in: Neighbourhood Across a Divide?. Borderlands Communities and EU Enlergement, ed. P. Kazmierkiewicz, ISP, Warsaw 2004, pp.85 - 143
17. National Identities Vis-a-vis Democracy and Catholicism (The Polish Case after 1989). Polish Sociological Review 4/2005;
18. Project Report 4: Institutional Discrimination,  J. Kurczewska, H. Bojar, A. Gąsior-Niemiec, M. Bieniecki, D. Bagińska, M. Pawlak, I. and P. Koryś; The European Dilemma: Institutional Patterns and Politics of ‘Racial’ Discrimination. EU Fifth Framework Program (Project Acronym: ‘XENOPHOB’, Contract No. HPSE-CT-2002-00135); 2005
19. Project Report 5: Socio-Political Developments and Impacts,  J. Kurczewska, H. Bojar, A. Gąsior-Niemiec, M. Trojanowska, M. Bieniecki, M. Pawlak; The European Dilemma: Institutional Patterns and Politics of ‘Racial’ Discrimination. EU Fifth Framework Program (Project Acronym: ‘XENOPHOB’, Contract No. HPSE-CT-2002-00135) 2005
20. Project Report 6: Political Parties and Theirs Discourses. J. Kurczewska, A. Horolets, M. Trojanowska The European Dilemma: Institutional Patterns and Politics of ‘Racial’ Discrimination. EU Fifth Framework Program (Project Acronym: ‘XENOPHOB’, Contract No. HPSE-CT-2002-00135) 2005
21. National Myths and Backwardness, in: Building Democracy and Civil Society East of the Elbe (essays in honor of E. Mokrzycki), London, Routledge 2006, ed. by Sven Eliasson.