Doctorate studies started since 2017 (topic: mindfulness meditation as a tool in social psychology) with a supervision of prof. Miroslaw Kofta; MA obtained in 2015 with the topic: how the stereotype content manipulation can influence attitudes toward the Roma minority.
Professional interests: using mindfulness meditation as a tool to promote positive intergroup relations and to access group perceptions. In my research I try to check if mindfulness meditation can also have an influence on empathy, consciousness of one’s stereotypical thinking or perception of intergroup conflicts. Next to meditation, I am also interested in social psychology, mostly in conflict studies.
In ISS since 2016, graduate with honors from the Institute of Applied Social Sciences UW and post-graduate studies in competence management at the Faculty of Management at the University of Warsaw. In her master’s thesis she analyzed the working of legal clinics leaded by the Academia Iuris Foundation, before introducing a system of free law advices in Poland. At the ISS he is preparing a doctoral dissertation on unintended consequences in public policies. She is the author of publications on the analysis of family support under the Family 500+ Program.
Tutor/Supervisor: prof. UW dr hab. Wojciech Łukowski
Aneta Krzyworzeka-Jelinowska is a Ph.D. student in the Robert Zajonc Institute for Social Science at the Warsaw University. She holds a Master’s Degree in Sociology from the Jagiellonian University (Poland) and the UVSQ ( Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin- en- Yvelines, France). Her research interests focus on migration with specific emphasis on the migration policies, ethnic diversity, migrant rights, national identity. She is a member of the IASFM (International Association for the Study of Forced Migration). Researcher in the Center of French Civilization and French Studies at Warsaw University. Tutor/Supervisor, prof. dr hab. Renata Siemieńska.
In ISS UW since 2011. Scientific interests: Jews during the period of the People’s Republic of Poland, history of Israel, the problems of perception and identity of Polish Jews. Graduated from Faculty of Journalism and Political Science, University of Warsaw (2011).
Title of doctoral thesis: “Israel perceived by the Polish Jews in the years 1948-1970”.
Tutor/Supervisor: prof. Ireneusz Krzemiński, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw.
In 2011 graduated from the Institute of International Relations at the University of Warsaw. He worked, among others, in the Polish Institute of International Affairs and the Centre for International Relations. Andrzej started his PhD studies in ISS in 2014. His research is focused on the debates of Polish elites concerning Polish-Russian relations and Eastern policy. As a visiting reseracher he stayed at the Central European University in Budapest, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor and Indiana University in Bloomington. Recently he published an article “Polish Intelligentsia Totems in Elites’ Struggles for Legitimization: The Case of Jerzy Giedroyc and Poland’s Eastern Policy”. (East European Politics and Society, Volume 33 Issue 1, February 2019).
Research interests: Pierre Bourdieu’s sociology, political sociology, centre-peripheral theories, critical discourse analysis.
Dissertation advisor: Prof. Tomasz Zarycki.