Łukasz Krzyżanowski



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Łukasz Krzyżanowski

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Funkcja w IFiS PAN

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

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lukasz.krzyzanowski@ifispan.edu.pl

Filozofia/Socjologia

Socjologia

Zespół badawczy

Zespół Socjologii i Antropologii Kultury

Wykształcenie

 

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

 

2015                PhD in Social Sciences: Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw (dissertation: Non-existent Home: the Return of Holocaust Survivors to a Medium-sized City in Poland (1945-1950), advisor: Prof. Marcin Kula, committee: Prof. Jan Grabowski, Prof. Paweł Śpiewak

2005-2008       MA: Centre for European Studies, University of Exeter, UK – Double Degree Programme with Integrated Study Abroad – all seminars completed with distinction

(Prof. Richard Overy’s seminar group in social history)

2002-2007       MA: Institute of Sociology, Jagiellonian University, Krakow

Doświadczenie zawodowe

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

 

2018-               Assistant Professor, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw

2018                Assistant Professor, 20th Century History Department, Historical Institute, University of Warsaw

2016-2018       Postdoctoral Research Fellow (POINT 2016 Fellowship – German Excellence Initiative and the Marie Curie Program of the European Commission)

Dahlem Research School, Institute for East European Studies / CAS, Freie Universität Berlin

2015                Visiting Research Fellow, Yad Vashem, Israel (Postdoctoral)

2014-2015       Faculty Academic Visitor, Faculty of History, University of Oxford

(research sponsor: Prof. Nicholas Stargardt)

2013                Junior Visiting Research Associate, Modern European History Research Centre, Faculty of History, University of Oxford (research sponsor: Prof. Nicholas Stargardt)

2012                Junior Visiting Scholar, Cantemir Institute, Faculty of History, University of Oxford (research        sponsor: Prof. David Rechter)

Realizowane projekty badawcze

 

RESEARCH GRANTS (Principal Investigator)

 

2018-               Violence, Continuity and Change: Local Communities of Provincial Poland under German Occupation and in Its Immediate Aftermath, 2017/26/D/HS3/00717 SONATA Programme, National Science Center, Poland

2013-2014       Dom, którego nie ma. Powroty ocalałych z Zagłady do miasta średniej wielkości w Polsce, 1945-1950, 2013/08/T/HS6/00037, ETIUDA Programme, National Science Center, Poland

2014                Grant for PhD candidates and young scholars: After the Holocaust: Jewish Everyday Life in a Medium-Sized City (Radom, 1945-1950), Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw

2012                Grant for PhD candidates and young scholars: Return of the Holocaust Survivors to a Medium-sized City (Radom, 1945-1950), Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw

2011-2013       Re-construction of Everyday Life: Community of a District City Right After the War, Kalisz 1945-1948, 2011/01/N/HS6/02279, PRELUDIUM Programme, National Science Center, Poland

2011                Grant for PhD students and young scholars: Homecomers. Poles and Jews in post-war Radom, 1945-1948, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE (Project team member)

 

2018-               Świadkowie Holokaustu – społeczeństwo polskie na terenach okupowanych wobec zagłady Żydów (1939-1945), NCN Opus 2017/27/B/HS3/02790 (PI: Barbara Engelking) – research team member

2017-               Networks in the Holocaust,  Yad Vashem International Research Project (PI: Havi Dreifuss) – research team member.

2010-2013       Research assistant for Prof. Kyle A. Cuordileone (City University of New York) for her research on Hermann and Noel Fields.

2011                Research assistant conducting interviews in Poland for Christian Caryl,  Strange Rebels: 1979 and the Birth of the 21st Century (Basic Books 2013).

2010                Researcher – genealogical research: Jews of Lomza Governorate.

2008-2009       Research assistant conducting interviews in Poland and archival and secondary sources research for Anne Applebaum, Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe,1944-1956 (Doubleday 2012).

2008                Organizing and processing data collected  during Prof. Jonathan Webber’s and Prof. Andrzej Paluch’s research project examining Jews and Jewish Culture in the memory of inhabitants of Polish Galicia 1988-1991, Jagiellonian University, Krakow.

2007                Assistant to Prof. Maria Flis, Wyższa Szkoła im. B. Jańskiego, Krakow.

2006                Translator and researcher, KARTA Foundation, and Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO), US Department of Defense – missing in action WWII US soldiers recovery program.

Stypendia naukowe

 

STIPENDS

 

2015                Bronisław Geremek Fellowship 2015/2016, Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna (declined)

2013-2014       PhD scholarship – ETIUDA Programme, National Science Center, Poland

2013                Lucius N. Littauer Foundation Travel Grant, USA

2011-2013       Saul Kagan Claims Conference Academic Fellow in Advanced Holocaust Studies

2009-2012       PhD scholarship, University of Warsaw

Nagrody i wyróżnienia

 

AWARDS AND DISTINCTIONS

 

2017                Klio Prize, III class, Association of History Books Publishers

2017                City of Radom Literary Prize, academic book category

2017                Shortlisted for the Kazimierz Moczarski History Prize

2017                Shortlisted for the Jan Długosz Prize

2017                Shortlisted for the Jerzy Giedroyc Scholarly Award, Marie Curie-Skłodowska University

2014                Award for exceptional academic performance for PhD Candidates, University of Warsaw

Information

Educational Background

2015                PhD in Social Sciences: Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw (dissertation: Non-existent Home: the Return of Holocaust Survivors to a Medium-sized City in Poland (1945-1950), advisor: Prof. Marcin Kula, committee: Prof. Jan Grabowski, Prof. Paweł Śpiewak

2005-2008       MA: Centre for European Studies, University of Exeter, UK – Double Degree Programme with Integrated Study Abroad – all seminars completed with distinction

(Prof. Richard Overy’s seminar group in social history)

2002-2007       MA: Institute of Sociology, Jagiellonian University, Krakow

Work Experience

2018-               Assistant Professor, Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw

2018                Assistant Professor, 20th Century History Department, Historical Institute, University of Warsaw

2016-2018       Postdoctoral Research Fellow (POINT 2016 Fellowship – German Excellence Initiative and the Marie Curie Program of the European Commission)

Dahlem Research School, Institute for East European Studies / CAS, Freie Universität Berlin

2015                Visiting Research Fellow, Yad Vashem, Israel (Postdoctoral)

2014-2015       Faculty Academic Visitor, Faculty of History, University of Oxford

(research sponsor: Prof. Nicholas Stargardt)

2013                Junior Visiting Research Associate, Modern European History Research Centre, Faculty of History, University of Oxford (research sponsor: Prof. Nicholas Stargardt)

2012                Junior Visiting Scholar, Cantemir Institute, Faculty of History, University of Oxford (research sponsor: Prof. David Rechter)

Research projects

RESEARCH GRANTS (Principal Investigator):

2018-               Violence, Continuity and Change: Local Communities of Provincial Poland under German Occupation and in Its Immediate Aftermath, 2017/26/D/HS3/00717 SONATA Programme, National Science Center, Poland

2013-2014       Dom, którego nie ma. Powroty ocalałych z Zagłady do miasta średniej wielkości w Polsce, 1945-1950, 2013/08/T/HS6/00037, ETIUDA Programme, National Science Center, Poland

2014                Grant for PhD candidates and young scholars: After the Holocaust: Jewish Everyday Life in a Medium-Sized City (Radom, 1945-1950), Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw

2012                Grant for PhD candidates and young scholars: Return of the Holocaust Survivors to a Medium-sized City (Radom, 1945-1950), Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw

2011-2013       Re-construction of Everyday Life: Community of a District City Right After the War, Kalisz 1945-1948, 2011/01/N/HS6/02279, PRELUDIUM Programme, National Science Center, Poland

2011                Grant for PhD students and young scholars: Homecomers. Poles and Jews in post-war Radom, 1945-1948, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:

2018-               Świadkowie Holokaustu – społeczeństwo polskie na terenach okupowanych wobec zagłady Żydów (1939-1945), NCN Opus 2017/27/B/HS3/02790 (PI: Barbara Engelking) – research team member

2017-               Networks in the Holocaust,  Yad Vashem International Research Project (PI: Havi Dreifuss) – research team member.

2010-2013       Research assistant for Prof. Kyle A. Cuordileone (City University of New York) for her research on Hermann and Noel Fields.

2011                Research assistant conducting interviews in Poland for Christian Caryl,  Strange Rebels: 1979 and the Birth of the 21st Century (Basic Books 2013).

2010                Researcher – genealogical research: Jews of Lomza Governorate.

2008-2009       Research assistant conducting interviews in Poland and archival and secondary sources research for Anne Applebaum, Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe,1944-1956 (Doubleday 2012).

2008                Organizing and processing data collected  during Prof. Jonathan Webber’s and Prof. Andrzej Paluch’s research project examining Jews and Jewish Culture in the memory of inhabitants of Polish Galicia 1988-1991, Jagiellonian University, Krakow.

2007                Assistant to Prof. Maria Flis, Wyższa Szkoła im. B. Jańskiego, Krakow.

2006                Translator and researcher, KARTA Foundation, and Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office (DPMO), US Department of Defense – missing in action WWII US soldiers recovery program.

 

Stipends

2015                Bronisław Geremek Fellowship 2015/2016, Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna (declined)

2013-2014       PhD scholarship – ETIUDA Programme, National Science Center, Poland

2013                Lucius N. Littauer Foundation Travel Grant, USA

2011-2013       Saul Kagan Claims Conference Academic Fellow in Advanced Holocaust Studies

2009-2012       PhD scholarship, University of Warsaw

Awards and distinctions

2017                Klio Prize, III class, Association of History Books Publishers

2017                City of Radom Literary Prize, academic book category

2017                Shortlisted for the Kazimierz Moczarski History Prize

2017                Shortlisted for the Jan Długosz Prize

2017                Shortlisted for the Jerzy Giedroyc Scholarly Award, Marie Curie-Skłodowska University

2014                Award for exceptional academic performance for PhD Candidates, University of Warsaw

 

Bibliografia

Bibliografia

Monografie / Monographs:

2020    Ghost Citizens: Jewish Return to a Postwar City, Cambridge MA: Harvard University Press. Adaptation of the monograph published in Polish.

2016    Dom, którego nie było. Powroty ocalałych do powojennego miasta, Wołowiec: Czarne, (2nd edition 2018).

                                                                                                                                                                     

Artykuły / Articles:

2020    “Holocaust Survivors and the Restitution of Jewish Private Property in Two Polish Cities, 1945-1948,” in: Holocaust and Genocide Studies (Holocaust and Genocide Studies, accepted).

2020    “Entangled Networks: An Ordinary Police Informer in the Polish Countryside during the Holocaust,” in: collective volume, Yad Vashem (accepted).

2019    “’It Happened Between One and Two O’clock.’ The Murder of Róża Berger During the Pogrom in Kraków on August 11, 1945” (in Polish) in: Zagłada Żydów. Studia i Materiały / Holocaust Studies and Materials, vol. 15.

2019    “’Bić ich za nasze dzieci!’ Panika moralna i przemoc wobec Żydów w Polsce, 1945-1946” co-authored with Marcin Zaremba, in: Pogromy na ziemiach polskich w XIX i XX wieku, vol. IV, 1939-1946, ed. August Grabski, (Warszawa: Instytut Historii PAN, 2018).

2018    “An Ordinary Polish Town: The Homecoming of Holocaust Survivors to Kalisz in the Immediate Aftermath of the War,” European History Quarterly, vol. 48(1), 2018.

2018    “’How Much Strength One Must Have to Carry Such a Heavy Burden?’ Mordechai Tsanin’s Journey Through the Annihilated World,” (in Polish), in: Przez ruiny i zgliszcza. Podróż po stu zgładzonych gminach żydowskich w Polsce, (Warszawa: Nisza, 2018).

2014    “Recently discovered documents regarding the history of the Kielce Pogrom: the Statements of Henryk Błaszczyk and Gerszon Lewkowicz from July 1946” (in Polish) in: Kwartalnik Historii Żydów / Jewish History Quarterly, nr 2, 2014.

2014    “‘We Would Like the House not to Remain in the Hands of Strangers’. Restitution of Jewish private properties in the Polish Courts (Kalisz and Radom, 1945-1948)” (in Polish) in: Klucze i kasa. O mieniu

            żydowskim w Polsce pod okupacją niemiecką i we wczesnych latach powojennych, 1939-1950, eds. Jan Grabowski, Dariusz Libionka, Warsaw: Polish Centre for Holocaust Research.

2013    “Homecomers: Jews and non-Jews in Post-war Radom” (in English) in: Kwartalnik Historii Żydów / Jewish History Quarterly, nr 2, 2013.

2011    “Snapshots from the People’s Republic of Poland. The Image of the Communist Past in Contemporary Polish Cinema” (in Polish) in: Kultura i Społeczeństwo, nr 4, 2010.

2011    “The First Wave of Comic Narrations about the Polish Peoples’ Republic after 1989 and What Comes next?” (in Polish) in: Historia w kulturze współczesnej. Niekonwencjonalne podejścia do przeszłości, eds. Piotr Witek, Mariusz Mazur, Ewa Solska, Lublin: UMCS.

2010    “Contemporary Popular Culture and the History of the PRL: The Image of the Communist Past in Comic Books and Hip-hop Songs” (in Polish) in: Historyka. Studia Metodologiczne, nr 40, 2010.

 

 

Publicystyka i artykuły prasowe / Opinion pieces and press articles:

2019    “Była kiedyś żydowska Polska. Reportaże po ludobójstwie” in: Newsweek Historia (Polish edition of Newsweek historical supplement), no. 3.

2016    “Jedwabne and Kielce – taking the victims’ side, not the murderers’” (in Polish) in: Kultura Liberalna,      nr 396, 2016.

2012    “Calling Fears” (in Polish) in: Kultura Liberalna, no. 193, 2012.

2006    “Historical nationalist hatreds and the outbreak of violence in former Yugoslavia” (in English) in: Krytyka Społeczna www.krytyka.org.

2006    “European Identity – the construction built through history predominantly in contrast to an eastern ‘Other’?” (in English) in: Krytyka Społeczna www.krytyka.org.

2005    “Multicultural societies and Human Rights” (in Polish) in: Alma Mater, Journal of Jagiellonian University.

 

Recenzje / Reviews:

2019    Sara Bender, In Enemy Land: The Jews of Kielce and the Region, 1939-1946, Academic Studies Press 2018, in: European History Quarterly, vol. 50(2), 2020.

2018    Monica Rice, ‘What! Still Alive?!” Jewish Survivors in Poland and Israel Remember Homecoming, Syracuse University Press 2017, in: Zagłada Żydów. Studia I Materiały/Holocaust Studies and Materials, vol. 14.

2016    Anna Cichopek-Gajraj, Beyond Violence. Jewish Survivors in Poland and Slovakia, 1944-48, Cambridge University Press 2014 (in English), in: Pol-Int.

2013    Christian Ingrao, The SS Dirlewanger Brigade: The History of the Black Hunters (in Polish), in: Historyka. Studia Metodologiczne, nr 42, 2012.

2013    Jean-Yves Potel, The End of Innocence: Poland towards its Jewish Past (in Polish), in: Historyka. Studia Metodologiczne, nr 42, 2012.

2011    Jacek Leociak, Rescuing. Accounts of Poles and Jews (in Polish), in: Kultura i Społeczeństwo, nr 4, 2010.

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