January 2018

 

Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology,

AGH University of Science and Technology

ul. Gramatyka 8a, D-13 Hall, 30-071 Kraków, Poland;

ph.: (48-12) 617-4339, fax: 617-4381

e-mail: jmucha@post.pl

 

BORN:                           18 July, 1949, Krakow, Poland

PRESENT POSITION:   Head of the Department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, AGH University of Science and Technology;

PREVIOUS POSITION:  Full Professor of Sociology, Head of the Cultural Studies Department, Institute of Sociology, Nicholas Copernicus University, Torun, Poland

EDUCATION:

1972   Jagiellonian University, Institute of Sociology, M.A. in sociology

1973   Jagiellonian University, Institute of Philosophy, M.A. in philosophy

1976   Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Philosophy and History, Ph.D. in sociology

1986   Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Philosophy and History, Habilitation Degree in sociology

 

BOARDS and COMMITTEES:

– Executive Committee, Polish Sociological Association; 1994-2000 (two terms),

– Executive Committee, European Sociological Association; 1995-1997,

– Executive Committee, Research Committee 8 (History of Sociology), International Sociological Association; 2003-2011 (two terms),

– Committee on Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences; 1996 to the present (sixth term),

– Committee on Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences; 1996-2007 (three terms) and since 2015,

– Committee on Migration Research, Polish Academy of Sciences; since 2015,

– Scientific Council, Institute for Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences; 1999-2014, (five terms),

– Scientific Council, The Polish Institute of Anthropology, since 2007,

– Editorial Board, Quarterly STUDIA SOCJOLOGICZNE, 1994-2008; 2001-2008 – Editor-in-Chief,

– Editorial Board, Quarterly REGIONY POLSKI; since 1999,

– Advisory Board, Quarterly POLISH SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW; since 2000,

– Advisory Board, Quarterly KULTURA I SPOŁECZEŃSTWO; since 2000,

– Advisory Board, Quarterly MOBILIZATION; since 1996,

– Advisory Board, Quarterly EUROPEAN SOCIETIES; since 2003,

– Advisory Board, Quarterly QUALITATIVE SOCIOLOGY REVIEW; since 2004,

– Advisory Board, Quarterly PRZEGLAD SOCJOLOGII JAKOSCIOWEJ; since 2004,

– Advisory Board, Yearly SOCIETAS/COMMUNITAS; since 2006,

– Advisory Board (Comite Editorial), Quarterly RETOS INTERNACIONALES, since 2011,

– The (Polish) State Accreditation Committee, 2008-2011.

 

FIELDS OF INTEREST:

Social Conflict & Change               Social Anthropology

Sociological Theory                      Ethnic Relations

History of Sociology                     History of Social Anthropology

Central & Eastern Europe              Biographical Research

 

COURSES TAUGHT IN POLISH:

Introduction to Sociology

History of Sociological Ideas

History of Marxism

Contemporary Sociological Theories

Contemporary Marxist Ideas

Social Structure and Stratification

Introduction to Social Anthropology

Classic Anthropological Theory

Postmodern Anthropology and its Critics

Theories of Ethnicity

Qualitative Research Methods in Social Sciences

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE IN ENGLISH:

– Ethnic Groups in Eastern Europe –

Fall Semester of 1985/86; INSTITUTE OF EUROPEAN STUDIES, Vienna, Austria,

– Contemporary Polish Society – Summers of 1986–90, 1994, 1995; THE SUMMER SCHOOL OF POLISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE, JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY, Cracow, Poland,

– Introduction to Sociology, S110,

– History of Social Thought, S440,

– Social Stratification, S317,

– Race and Ethnic Relations, S335 — Fall, Spring & Summer 1990/91, INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTH BEND,

– Culture and Society, E207,

– Ethnic Diversity and Conflict in Central and Eastern Europe, D502 –

Fall & Spring 2002/2003, INDIANA UNIVERSITY SOUTH BEND.

-Ethnic Composition of Polish Society, since 2009, AGH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY,

-Transnational Professionals and their Social Worlds, AGH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY,

-Cultural Minorities in Central and Eastern Europe. Perspective of Socio-cultural Anthropology, Springs 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 — MASARYK UNIVERSITY, Brno, Czech Republic.

 

RESEARCH VISITS ABROAD (two weeks or more):

1973

– The Taras Shevchenko University, Kiev, Ukraine,

1978

– The Johns Hopkins University Bologna Center, Bologna, Italy,

1980/81

– The University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point and Madison, USA,

1982

– The Salzburg Seminar, Salzburg, Austria,

1982 / 83

– American Studies Fellow, American Council of Learned Societies, The University of Chicago, USA,

 1984

– The Spencer Foundation Fellow, The University of Chicago, USA,

1989

– Visiting Resource Scholar, Indiana University / Purdue University, Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA,

2002/2003

– Fulbright Scholar in Residence, Indiana University South Bend.

 

GUEST LECTURES ABROAD:

1980

– Department of Sociology and Anthropology,  The University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, USA,

1981

– Department of Sociology, The University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin, USA,

– Department of Sociology, The University of Chicago, Chicago, USA,

– Department of Sociology, New School for Social Research. New York City, USA,

1982

– Cattedra di Sociologia , Universita degli Studi di Roma, Rome, Italy,

1983

– Department of Sociology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, USA,

– Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Iowa State University, Ames, USA,

– Department of Sociology, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA,

– Department of Sociology, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA,

1987

– Amerika-Institut, Vienna, Austria,

1988

– Amerika-Institut, Vienna, Austria,

– Institut fur Soziologie,  Philipps-Universitat, Marburg, Germany,

– Institut fur Soziologie,  Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Erlangen, Germany,

– Institut fur Gesellschaft und Wissenschaft,  Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Erlangen, Germany,

– Institut fur Innenpolitik und Komparatistik,  Freie Universitat, Berlin, Germany,

1989

– Amerika-Institut, Vienna, Austria,

– Institut fur Gesellschaft und Wissenschaft,  Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Erlangen, Germany,

– Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Indiana University / Purdue University, Fort Wayne, USA,

– Department of Sociology, Indiana University Northwest, Gary, USA,

– Department of Political Sciences, Indiana University / Purdue University, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA,

– Polish Studies Center, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA,

– Department of Sociology & Anthropology, Manchester College, North Manchester, Indiana, USA,

– Ball State University, Muncie, Indiana, USA,

1990

– Institut fur Gesellschaft und Wissenschaft ,  Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Erlangen, Germany,

– Lehrstuhl fur Soziologie, Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Nuremberg, Germany,

– Center for European Studies, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA,

1991

– Department of Anthropology, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA,

1992

– Dipartimento di Sociologia, Universita degli Studi di Padova, Padua, Italy,

– Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, Germany,

– Institut fuer Soziologie,  Universitaet Oldenburg, Germany,

1993

– The Texas Chapter of the Kosciusko Foundation and   Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA,

– St. Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana, USA,

1995

– Department of Sociology, Central European University, Prague, The Czech Republic,

– Faculty of the Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague, The Czech Republic,

1996

– Department of History, University of Trondheim, Trondheim, Norway,

1997

– Department of Social Sciences, University of Bremen, Bremen, Germany,

1998

– Course „Inclusions/Exclusions in Modern Societies”, Inter-University Centre in Dubrovnik, Croatia,

– Department of Sociology, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, USA,

1999

– Ernest Gellner Seminar, The Central European University, Prague, The Czech Republic,

2002

– College of Liberal Arts and Studies, Indiana University South Bend, Indiana, USA,

– Institut fuer Hohere Studien, Vienna, Austria (with Mike F. Keen),

– Poland and the European Union, Department of Political Sciences, Indiana University South Bend, Indiana, USA,

2003

– Polish Society in the Perspective of its Integration with the European Union, Polish Studies Center, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA,

– European Union: Enlargement and Integration, Department of West European Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA,

2007

– Democratization and Cultural Minorities in Central and Eastern Europe, Osteuropa Institut, Freie

Universität Berlin.

2009

– Polish Society after 1989, Department of Sociology, Soochow University, Taipei, Taiwan.

2010

– Social Relations in Contemporary Sociology, Tecnologico de Monterrey Campus Queretaro, Mexico.

– Democratization in Central and Eastern Europe and the Changing Nature in Minority Issues, Tecnologico de Monterrey Campus Queretaro, Mexico.

– Minority Status and Ambivalent Identities in Plural Societies, Tecnologico de Monterrey Campus Queretaro, Mexico.

– The European Union – Enlargement and Integration, Tecnologico de Monterrey Campus Queretaro, Mexico.

2013

– Emerging Cultural Pluralism as a Challenge for Social Work in Poland, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic.

– Ethnic Composition of Polish Society: Heterogeneity and Inequalities, Fakultät für Soziologie, Universität Bielefeld, Germany.

2015

-Splintering Identities of Central and Eastern Europe. Past and Present. Seminario de Estudeos Internacionais, ISCTE-IUL Lisbon, Portugal.

-Highly Skilled Migration in Poland, Martin Luther Universität, Institut für Soziologie, Halle-Wittenberg, Germany.

2016

-Foreigners in Polish Academic System at the beginning of the 21st Century, Faculty of Social And Human Sciences, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland.

2017

-Ethnic Composition of Polish Society; Splintering Identities of Central and Eastern Europe, Faculty of Social Sciences, Yeditepe University, Istanbul, Turkey.

-System of Education in Poland. Its dynamics; Hanoi University of Mining and Geology, Hanoi, Vietnam.

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES, WITH PAPERS READ:

1978

– Changes in Multi-Ethnic Societies Due to Ethnic Conflicts, PROBLEMS OF THE THEORY OF ASSIMILATION, Cracow, Poland,

– Contradictions in Socialist Societies, IX WORLD CONGRESS OF SOCIOLOGY, Uppsala, Sweden,

1980

– Ethnic Conflicts and Adaptation. Conflict Analysis   of Pluralist Societies, FIRST MIDWEST REGIONAL CONFERENCE ON ETHNIC AND   MINORITY STUDIES, Ames, Iowa, USA,

1981

– Dialectical Approach in Contemporary Sociology, 45th ANNUAL MEETING OF MIDWEST SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA,

– Stanislaw Ossowski — An Intellectual Portrait, FIRST SEMINAR ON POLISH AND ITALIAN HISTORY OF SOCIOLOGY, Rome, Italy,

– Ossowski’s Sociology, SECOND SEMINAR ON POLISH AND ITALIAN HISTORY OF SOCIOLOGY, Cracow, Poland.

1982

– Conflicts and Contradictions in the Social   Structure, VARIETIES OF STRUCTURAL  APPROACH IN SOCIOLOGY, Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia,

– Bronisław Malinowski’s Applied Anthropology, 47th ANNUAL MEETING OF MIDWEST  SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY, Kansas City, Kansas, USA,

1984

– Four Models of Ethnic Adaptation,  SEVENTH POLISH ITALIAN SOCIOLOGICAL SEMINAR, Rome, Italy,

– Malinowski and the Problems of Contemporary   Civilization, CONFERENCE TO COMMEMORATE THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF BRONISLAW MALINOWSKI, Cracow, Poland,

1985

– From Prairie to the City. Transformations of the American Indian Community in Chicago, ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR ETHNOHISTORY, Chicago, Illinois, USA,

– Ritualization as Substitution, FIRST PODHALE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY: THE ROLE OF RITUAL IN THE SYSTEM OF CULTURE, Rabka, Poland,

1987

– Unbelievers as a Minority in Poland. Preliminary Remarks, SECOND PODHALE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY: MINORITIES AND THE PROBLEM OF IDENTITY, Rabka, Poland,

– Unbelievers in Poland and the Problem of Group Identity, CONFERENCE ON MORAL ORIENTATIONS AND SOCIAL ACTION, Warsaw – Jablonna Center, Poland,

– Some Remarks on Ideological Domination, CONTEMPORARY TENDENCIES IN SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY AND SOCIAL SCIENCES, Cracow-Paszkowka Center, Poland,

– Some Remarks on Ritualization of Political Life, X OSTERREICHISCHER SOZIOLOGENTAG: GESELLSCHAFT AN GRENZEN, Graz, Austria,

1988

– Die Entwicklung der Soziologie in Polen, LUDWIG GUMPLOWICZ SYMPOSIUM, Graz, Austria

– Limits of Decentralization in Poland, EUROPE OF REGIONS, Copenhagen, Denmark,

– Polish Universities and their Extra-Mural Activities, EUROPE OF REGIONS, Copenhagen, Denmark,

1989

– Successful Underdogs. Elite of the American Indians in Chicago, TENTH AMERICAN INDIAN WORKSHOP, Vienna, Austria,

– Bronislaw Malinowski: his Austro-Galician Background and his Later Ideological and Political Position, ANTHROPOLOGIE ET L’ETAT PLURI-CULTUREL. LE CAS DE L’AUTRICHE, Paris, France,

– Unbelievers as a Minority in Poland, EUROPE OF REGIONS, Copenhagen, Denmark,

1990

– American Indians and an American City. „Indian” Chicago in the 19th Century, VICTORIANISM IN THE UNITED STATES. BIANNUAL MEETING OF THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN STUDIES, London, England,

– Sister Cities in Poland, INDIANA SISTER CITIES CONFERENCE: PARTNERSHIP IN PROGRESS, South Bend, Indiana, USA,

1991

– Recent Transformations in Poland, HISTORY IN FAST FORWARD. THE CHANGES IN EAST/CENTRAL

EUROPE AND THEIR IMPACT ON SOUTH BEND COMMUNITY, South Bend, Indiana, USA,

– Democratization and Cultural Minorities. Polish Case of the Late 1980s and Early 1990s, 62nd ANNUAL MEETING OF PACIFIC SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, Irvine, California, USA,

– Religious Revival or Political Substitution? Religious Movements of Polish Youth in the Late 1970s and Early 1980s (with K.M. Zaba), ANNUAL MEETING OF NORTH CENTRAL SOCIOLOGICAL   ASSOCIATION, Dearborn, Michigan, USA,

– Poles in America. Newest Migration Trends, Newest Conflicts, Newest Research Trends, 18th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF THE AUSTRIAN ASSOCIATION FOR AMERICAN STUDIES, Salzburg, Austria,

1992

– Cultural Minorities and the Majority Rule. Recent   Democratization Process in Poland, EUROPEAN SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE: NATION AND STATE. SMALL NATIONS AND ETHNIC MINORITIES IN THE EMERGING EUROPE, Maribor, Slovenia,

– Democratization, Citizenship and Cultural Minorities,THE CITIZEN IN MIDDLE EUROPE. IDEAL, REALITY, POSSIBILITIES, Dunajska Streda, Czecho-Slovakia,

– On Some Peculiarities of Sociology in Eastern Europe, EASTERN EUROPE IN TRANSFORMATION. THE IMPACT ON SOCIOLOGY, Torun, Poland,

– Jews in the Ethnic Mosaic of the Polish Carpathians, SECOND CONFERENCE OF THE EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS, Prague, Czecho-Slovakia,

– Polish America, American Poland, THIRD CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR   THE STUDY OF EUROPEAN IDEAS, Aalborg, Denmark,

– Religious Revival Movement in Poland. From Anti-Communist Opposition to the Support of the Systemic Transformation, I EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, Berlin, Germany,

1993

– Cultural Minorities During the Democratization   Process, SOCIAL TRANSITION IN EAST AND CENTRAL EUROPE. ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE HUNGARIAN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION  Miskolc, Hungary,

– Democratization and Cultural Minorities in Poland, BETWEEN TWO WORLDS. THIRD ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON POLISH AFFAIRS, St. Mary’s College, Orchard Lake, Michigan, USA,

1994

–  Old and New Cultural Minorities in Poland. Old and New Ideological Conflicts, PERSPECTIVES ON   MORALITIES, KNOWLEDGE AND POWER. 3rd BIANNUAL EASA CONFERENCE, Oslo, Norway,

– Ups and Downs of Sociology as an Academic Discipline in Eastern Europe After 1956, THE EUROPEAN LEGACY: TOWARD NEW PARADIGMS. 4th ISSEI Conference, Graz, Austria,

– Social Elites, Media Organizations and the Cultural Minorities in Post-socialist Poland, MEDIA ELITE IN TURMOIL. THE PROCESS OF ELITE RESTRUCTURING IN EASTERN EUROPE, Brasov, Romania,

1995

– Immigration for Bread and Butter, and the Polish-American World of Work in a Small Midwest   Town, POLISH AMERICANS IN THE USA. CULTURAL ASPECTS OF URBAN LIFE 1870-1940 IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE, Cracow, Poland,

– At Home but Abroad. Polish Culture as a Foreign Culture, FIFTY YEARS LATER. POLAND AND EAST CENTRAL EUROPE 1945-95. FOURTH BIENNAL CONFERENCE ON EAST CENTRAL EUROPEAN AND POLISH AFFAIRS, Orchard Lake, Michigan, USA,

1996

– Getting out of the Closet. Cultural Minorities in Poland Cope with Oppression. 4th Congress of the   EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGISTS, Barcelona, Spain,

1997

– Cultural Dilemmas of Ethnic Minorities in Poland. Conference on ETHNICITY AND NATIONAL CULTURE, Jablonna Center, Warsaw, Poland,

– Cultural Minorities in the Polish Society. CONFERENCE: POLAND: SOCIAL AND CULTURAL PARADIGMS, Berlin, Germany,

1998

– Institutionalization of Sociology, XIV WORLD CONGRESS OF SOCIOLOGY, Montreal, Canada,

1999

– Polish Culture as the Nation’s Own Culture and as a Foreign Culture, The 4th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE of SOCIOLOGY, Amsterdam, The Netherlands,

– Teaching Anthropology in Poland, IV INTERNATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL  CONGRESS of ALES HRDLICKA, Prague, The Czech Republic,

– Polish Culture as the Nation’s Own Culture and as a Foreign Culture, IV INTERNATIONAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL CONGRESS of ALES HRDLICKA, Prague, The Czech Republic,

2000

– History in the Making: Sociology and the Transformations of Eastern and Central Europe (with                                                                                                                                Mike F. Keen), INTERIM CONFERENCE of  the ISA’s  RESEARCH COMMITTEE on HISTORY of  SOCIOLOGY, Torun, Poland,

– Theory of Culture Contact and the Individualized Cultural Encounters, VII CONFERENCE of the INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY for the STUDY of EUROPEAN IDEAS, Bergen, Norway,

2001

– Students from the Former Soviet Union in Poland, 5TH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE OF SOCIOLOGY, Helsinki, Finland,

2002

– Central and Eastern European Sociology in the Post-Communist Era (with Mike F. Keen), Special Session 2, XV World Congress of Sociology, Brisbane, Australia,

– Polish Sociology of the 1990s. NAPO Polish Sociological Society. XV World Congress of Sociology, Brisbane, Australia,

– Sociology in Central and Eastern Europe in the 1990s: A Decade of Reconstruction (with Mike F. Keen). Section on the History of Sociology Mini-Conference: The Impact of American Sociology around the World. ASA Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, USA,

2003

– Ethnicity Haunts in Central and Eastern Europe”. The Citizens’ Journey – Play of the Mind  Conference. Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, Indiana, USA,

– The Idea of Social Relations in Weber and Znaniecki, “Social and Cultural Dynamics. From Social Relationships through the World System”, MIDWEST SOCIOLOGICAL SOCIETY Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, USA,

– Sociological Lives and Experiences of Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe (with Mike F. Keen), The 6th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Murcia, Spain,

– The Concept of Social Relations in Classic Analytical Interpretive Sociology: Weber and Znaniecki, The 6th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Murcia, Spain,

2004

– Freedom, Democracy and Peace in Social Anthropology. Bronisław Malinowski’s Ideas; „First All-RUSSIAN CONFERENCE ‘SOROKINSKIYE TCHTENIYA”, Moscow, Russia.

2005

– “Post-Communist Democratization and the Practice of Sociology in Central and Eastern Europe”, “Local, Regional and Global Sociologies: Contexts, Perspectives, and Practices. 2005 Meeting of the ISA Council of National Associations”, Florida International University and the University of Miami, Miami, Florida, USA,

– Autobiographies of Transformation. Witnessing Sociological Lives in Central and Eastern Europe (with Mike F. Keen), “Biographical Perspectives on European Societies”, Rethinking Inequalities. 7th CONFERENCE OF EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION. Toruń, Poland,

– Minority Discourses on the Dominant Culture. The Polish Case. Seminar: COMBATING SOCIAL EXCLUSION OF ETHNIC MINORITIES AND IMMIGRANT COMMUNITIES THROUGH CULTURE. Toruń, Poland,

2006

– Post-Communist Democratization and the Practice of Sociology in Central and Eastern Europe (with Mike F. Keen), Hrvatska Sociologia – Izazovi Bolonskog Procesa, Zagreb, Croatia,

– Symbolic Interactionism, Herbert Blumer and the Analysis of Race Relations, RC08 (History of Sociology), XVI WORLD CONGRESS OF SOCIOLOGY, Durban, South Africa,

–  Post-Communist “Westernization” of Central and Eastern European Academic Sociology, National Associations Meeting, XVI World Congress of Sociology, Durban, South Africa.

2007

– Democratization in Central and Eastern Europe and the changing nature of minority issues, Semi-plenary lecture at ESA 8th CONFERENCE, Glasgow, UK.

2008

-Transformations of Identities and Religion. Europes Compared, Plenary Lecture, Religion, Identity and Life Courses. International Study of Religion in Eastern and Central Europe Association Conference, Kraków, Poland.

2009

-Sociology in Eastern Europe or Eastern European Sociology: Historical and Present,  Conference of the Council of National Associations, International Sociological Association “Facing an Unequal World: Challenges for Sociology”, March, Taipei, Taiwan.

– Technological Dangers and Challenges. Science and Technology Professors on the Social Impact of Modern Technology, 9th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Lisbon, Portugal.

– Dynamics and complexity of minority statuses in plural societies. Is a unified theory of minorities possible? Introduction to the RS 02, 9th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Lisbon, Portugal.

– Discussion Paper at the Semi-Plenary Session VII: Theory trends and debates. What theory do we need? 9th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Lisbon, Portugal.

– Ethnic Tensions and Post-Communist Democratization in Central and Eastern Europe. Conference organized by Cross-National Studies: Interdisciplinary Research and Training Program “Contributions of Area Studies to the Knowledge of Ethnic Tensions: Interdisciplinary Methodological Approaches”, Warsaw.

2010

– Polish Case Studies – Polish, Vietnamese, Ukrainian Contexts. Expert’s Comments, Conference “Differentiation and Contexts of Transnational Migrants’ Organizations in Europe” (TRAMO Project),  Ruhr Universität, Bochum, Germany.

– Strategies of Retirement in post-1989 Poland (with Łukasz Krzyżowski), XVII WORLD CONGRESS OF SOCIOLOGY, Gothenburg, Sweden.

2011

– Identities and Memories: Sociology and Intellectuals, The Visegrad Summer School, Masaryk University, Brno, The Czech Republic

-Transitions in Europe and the Politics of Memory, The Visegrad Summer School, Villa Decius, Kraków, Poland.

2013

– Toward an interactionist sociology of ethnic relations , 11th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Turin, Italy.

2015

– Migrants in academia in Poland. How to identify the foreign academic workers?,  12th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Prague, Czech Republic.

2017

– Development of Cooperation on Education and Research between AGH University (AGH UST) in Krakow  (Poland) and Hanoi University of Mining and Geology  (HUMG) in Hanoi (Vietnam) (with Thao Nguyen Thi Phuong), 4th International Conference: Scientific-Research Cooperation between Vietnam and Poland, AGH UST, Krakow, Poland.

 

ORGANIZATION OF INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES, SEMINARS and SESSIONS:

1986

– SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AS A FACTOR OF CHANGE IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD, Cracow – Mogilany Center, Poland, (with Bronislaw Misztal),

1991

– HISTORY IN FAST FORWARD. THE CHANGES IN EAST/CENTRAL EUROPE AND THEIR IMPACT ON SOUTH BEND, South Bend, Indiana, USA (with David Stefancic),

1992

– EASTERN EUROPE IN TRANSFORMATION. THE IMPACT ON SOCIOLOGY, NCU Torun, Poland (with Mike F. Keen),

1993

– Eastern Europe in Transformation. The Impact on  Sociology II (with Mike F. Keen), Session at the Conference of International Institute of Sociology, HUNDRED YEARS OF SOCIOLOGY, Sorbonne, Paris, France,

1994

– Stalinism and Sociology in Eastern Europe. RC08-10, CONTESTED BOUNDARIES AND SHIFTING SOLIDARITIES. XIII WORLD CONGRESS OF SOCIOLOGY, Bielefeld, Germany,

1995

– Social Science Knowledge under State-socialism: Hungarian, Polish and Soviet-Russian Experience   (with Gyorgi Peteri). Paper Session at the V WORLD CONGRESS OF CENTRAL AND EAST EUROPEAN STUDIES, Warsaw, Poland,

1996

– Four-session workshop „Dominant Culture as a Foreign Culture”, V Conference of the INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EUROPEAN IDEAS, Utrecht, the Netherlands,

– Cultural Problems of Europe at the End of the 20th Century (with Wojciech Olszewski), NCU  Bachotek Center, Poland.

1997

– Five-session workshop „Inclusions/Exclusions: Power and Ethnicity”, III EUROPEAN CONFERENCE OF SOCIOLOGY, University of Essex, England,

1998

– Discovering Cultural Diversity, VI CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EUROPEAN IDEAS, Haifa, Israel,

1999

– Six-session stream „Cultural Encounters and Multiculturalism. Borders and Boundaries (with Peter   Ratcliffe), The 4th EUROPEAN CONFERENCE OF SOCIOLOGY, Amsterdam, the Netherlands,

2000

– Interim Conference of the ISA’s Research Committee on History of Sociology (with Wlodzimierz Winclawski and Christian Fleck), Torun, Poland,

– Foreign Students, Tourists, Guest Workers:  Varieties of   Culture Contact Experience in  Contemporary Europe, VII CONFERENCE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF EUROPEAN IDEAS, Bergen, Norway,

2005

– Doing Biographical Research in post-Soviet societies (two sessions, with Aili Aarlaid-Tart) and      Collective Identities: Race, Ethnicity, Nation (with Angela Lopez), Rethinking Inequalities. 7th  CONFERENCE OF EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, Toruń, Poland,

2006

– Spirituality in Monocentric and Pluralist Societies (with Katarzyna Leszczyńska), AGH University and Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland,

– Session of Polish, Bulgarian and Croatian Sociological Associations, XVI World Congress of Sociology, Durban, South Africa.

2007

– Minority Status and Ambivalent Identities in Plural Societies, RS 13 at 8th ESA Conference, Glasgow, UK.

2009

-Society-Culture and Technology and the Dawn of the 21st Century (with Katarzyna Leszczynska), AGH University, Krakow, Poland.

– Dynamics and Complexity of Minority Statuses in Plural Societies, RS 02, 9th ESA Conference, Lisbon, Portugal.

2011

– Dynamics and Complexity of Minority Statuses in Plural Societies, RS 02, 10th ESA Conference, Geneva, Switzerland.

2017

– Migration of Scholars in Europe. Westward and Eastward (with Kamil Łuczaj). RS 35. 13th ESA Conference, Athens, Greece.

– Humanities, Education, Cooperation. 4th International Conference on Scientific – Research Cooperation between Vietnam and Poland, Krakow.

 

[1] This CV covers only academic issues. Personal and political aspects of my activities are not even touched. However, it should be mentioned that from 1970 to the declaration of martial law in Poland on 13 December 1981 I was a member of the Polish United Workers’ Party.<p>

 

 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS IN POLISH

(except for articles, review essays and translations):

 

BOOKS AUTHORED:

1978

– KONFLIKT I SPOLECZENSTWO (Conflict and Society), Warszawa: Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe.

1985

– C. WRIGHT MILLS, Warszawa: Wiedza Powszechna.

1986

– SOCJOLOGIA JAKO KRYTYKA SPOLECZNA (Critical Functions of Sociology), Warszawa: Panstwowe  Wydawnictwo Naukowe.

1992

– COOLEY, Warszawa: Wiedza Powszechna.

1996

– CODZIENNOSC I ODSWIETNOSC. POLONIA W SOUTH BEND (Everyday Life and Festivity. Polish-American Community in South Bend, Indiana), Warszawa: Oficyna Naukowa.

2005

– OBLICZA ETNICZNOSCI. STUDIA TEORETYCZNE I EMPIRYCZNE (Faces of Ethnicity. Theoretical and Empirical Studies). Kraków: NOMOS.

2006

– STOSUNKI ETNICZNE WE WSPÓŁCZESNEJ MYŚLI SOCJOLOGICZNEJ (‘Social Relations’ in Contemporary Sociology), Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Naukowe PWN.

2009

– USPOŁECZNIONA RACJONALNOŚĆ TECHNOLOGICZNA. NAUKOWCY Z AGH WOBEC CYWILIZACYJNYCH WYZWAŃ I ZAGROŻEŃ WSPÓŁCZESNOŚCI (Socialized technological rationality. Scientists from the AGH University and risks and challenges of modernity), Warszawa: Wydawnictwo IFiS PAN.

CO-AUTHORED BOOK:

2018

POLSKA W ŚWIECIE KRĄŻĄCYCH UMYSŁÓW. ZAGRANICZNI PRACOWNICY NAUKOWO-DYDAKTYCZNI NA UCZELNIACH KRAKOWSKICH (Poland in the World of Circulating Brains. Foreign Academic Teachers and Researchers inKrakow’s Universities) (with Kamil Łuczaj)..

EDITED VOLUMES:

1987

– SZKICE Z HISTORII SOCJOLOGII WLOSKIEJ (Essays in the History of Italian Sociology), Warszawa-Krakow: Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe.

1999

– KULTURA DOMINUJACA JAKO KULTURA OBCA. MNIEJSZOSCI KULTUROWE A GRUPA DOMINUJACA W POLSCE (Cultural Minorities and the Dominant Group in Poland), Warszawa: Oficyna Naukowa’

– SPOLECZENSTWO POLSKIE W PERSPEKTYWIE INTEGRACJI EUROPEJSKIEJ (Polish Society in the Perspective of European Integration), Warszawa: Wydawnictwo IFiS PAN.

2010

– NIE TYLKO INTERNET. NOWE MEDIA, PRZYRODA I „TECHNOLOGIE SPOŁECZNE” A PRAKTYKI KULTUROWE (Not Only Internet. New Media, Nature, High and Low Technologies and Cultural Practices), Krakow: ZW NOMOS.

 

CO-EDITED VOLUMES:

1985

– MIEDZY DWOMA SWIATAMI: BRONISLAW MALINOWSKI (Between Two Worlds: Bronislaw Malinowski), Warszawa-Krakow: Panstwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe and Uniwersytet Jagiellonski  (with Grazyna Kubica).

1991

– SPOLECZENSTWO POLSKIE U PROGU PRZEMIAN (Polish Society on the Verge of Changes), Wroclaw et al: Ossolineum (with G. Skapska, J. Szmatka and I. Uhl).

1995

– SOCJOLOGIA EUROPY SRODKOWO-WSCHODNIEJ 1956-1990 (Sociology of East Central Europe 1956-1990), Warszawa: IFiS PAN (with Mike F. Keen).

1997

– POLSKIE BADANIA NAD MNIEJSZOSCIAMI KULTUROWYMI. WYBRANE ZAGADNIENIA (Polish Research on Cultural Minorities), Bialystok: Warsaw University (with Grzegorz Babinski and Andrzej Sadowski),

– DYLEMATY TOZSAMOSCI EUROPEJSKICH POD KONIEC DRUGIEGO TYSIACLECIA (Dilemmas of European Identity at the End of the Second Millenium), Torun: UMK (with Wojciech Olszewski).

2004

– PIERWSZE LATA SUWERENNOŚCI. SOCJOLOGIA EUROPY ŚRODKOWO-WSCHODNIEJ O KRAJACH TEGO REGIONU (Sociology of East-Central Europe 1990-2000). Warszawa: IFiS PAN (with Mike F. Keen).

2006

– KLASYCZNA SOCJOLOGIA POLSKA I JEJ WSPÓŁCZESNA RECEPCJA (Classic Polish Sociology and Its Contemporary Reception), Torun: UMK (with Włodzimierz Winclawski),

– AUTOBIOGRAFIE CZASU TRANSFORMACJI. SOCJOLOGOWIE EUROPY ŚRODKOWEJ I WSCHODNIEJ (Autobiographies of Transformation), Warszawa: Wydawnictwo IFiS PAN (with Mike F. Keen).

2007

– KULTURA I GOSPODARKA. KU ANTROPOLOGII ŻYCIA GOSPODARCZEGO WE WSPÓŁCZESNEJ POLSCE (Culture and Economy. Towards social anthropology of economic life in contemporary Poland), Tychy: Slaskie Wydawnictwa Naukowe (with Maria Nawojczyk and Grażyna Woroniecka).

2008

– „STATUS MNIEJSZOŚCIOWY” I AMBIWALENCJA TOŻSAMOŚCI W SPOŁECZEŃSTWACH WIELOKULTUROWYCH („Minority status” and the ambivalence of identities in plural societies), Tychy: Slaskie Wydawnictwa Naukowe (with Bożena Pactywa).

– CO NAS ŁĄCZY CO NAS DZIELI? (What Unites Us, What Divides Us?), Zielona Gora: PTS and UZ (with Ewa Narkiewicz-Niedbalec and Maria Zielinska).

2009

– NOWE PERSPEKTYWY TEORII SOCJOLOGICZNEJ (New Perspectives of Sociological Theory), Kraków: ZW Nomos (with Aleksander Manterys).

2011

– KU SOCJOLOGII STAROŚCI. STARZENIE SIĘ W BIEGU ŻYCIA JEDNOSTKI (Toward a sociology of old age. Ageing in the life course). Krakow: AGH Publishers (with Łukasz Krzyżowski).

2015

-WSPOLCZESNE TEORIE SOCJOLOGICZNE. ANTOLOGIA TEKSTÓW (Modern Sociological Theories. An Anthology), Two Volumes,  Krakow: ZW NOMOS (with Irena Borowik).

 

PUBLICATIONS IN ENGLISH:

BOOK AUTHORED:

1996

– EVERYDAY LIFE AND FESTIVITY IN A LOCAL ETHNIC COMMUNITY: POLISH AMERICANS IN SOUTH BEND, INDIANA.  Boulder and New York: East European Monographs and Columbia University Press.

 

 EDITED VOLUMES:

1999

– DOMINANT CULTURE AS A FOREIGN CULTURE. DOMINANT GROUPS IN THE EYES OF MINORITIES, New York: East European Monographs and Columbia University Press.

2016

MIGRATION AND THE TRANSMISSION OF CULTURAL PATTERNS, Krakow: AGH University Press.

 

CO-EDITED VOLUMES:

1988

– SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AS A FACTOR OF CHANGE IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD, Greenwich: The JAI Press (with Louis Kriesberg and Bronislaw Misztal),

– MALINOWSKI BETWEEN TWO WORLDS: THE POLISH ROOTS OF AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL TRADITION, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (with Roy Ellen, Ernest Gellner, Grazyna Kubica).

1993

– EASTERN EUROPEAN SOCIETIES ON THE THRESHOLD OF CHANGE, Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press (with Jacek Szmatka and Zdzislaw Mach).

1994

– EASTERN EUROPE IN TRANSFORMATIONS. THE IMPACT ON SOCIOLOGY, Westport, CT: Greenwood (with Mike Keen).

2001

– MIRRORS AND WINDOWS. ESSAYS IN THE HISTORY OF SOCIOLOGY. Toruń: Nicholas Copernicus University Press (with Dirk Kaesler and Włodzimierz Wincławski).

2004

– SOCIOLOGY IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE. TRANSFORMATION AT THE DAWN OF A NEW MILLENNIUM, Westport, CT: Praeger (with Mike F. Keen).

2006

– AUTOBIOGRAPHIES OF TRANSFORMATION. LIVES IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE, London: Routledge (with Mike F. Keen),

– JOURNAL OF CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGY. SPECIAL ISSUE ON POLISH SOCIOLOGY. Vol. 6, issue 3, November 2006 (with Steven Vaitkus).

2010

– SOCIETY, CULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY AT THE DAWN OF THE 21ST CENTURY, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (with Katarzyna Leszczynska).

2014

– INDIA BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERNITY, Jaipur, New Delhi et al.: Rawat Publications (with Joanna Kurczewska and Ishwar Modi).

 

ARTICLES and CHAPTERS:

1978

– Conflict and Consensus. Toward a General Model of   Society, POLISH ROUND TABLE VIII, p. 175-199.

1979

– Ideological Aspects of Non-Marxist Conflict Models   of Society, DIALECTICS AND HUMANISM VI, 3, p. 133-145.

1980

– Dialectical Approach in Modern Sociology, DIALECTICS AND HUMANISM VII, 4, p. 131-143.

1983

– From Prairie to the City. Transformations of the Chicago’s American Indian Community, URBAN ANTHROPOLOGY 12, 3-4, p. 337-371.

1984

– The Humanist Approach of Sociology of Stanislaw Ossowski, in: MASTERS OF POLISH SOCIOLOGY, edited by Piotr Sztompka, Krakow: Ossolineum, p. 179-199.

– American Indian Success in the Urban Setting, URBAN ANTHROPOLOGY 13, 4, p. 329-354.

1985

– University Legislation and the Decline of Academic Autonomy in Poland, MINERVA XXIII, 3, p. 262-282.

1986

– Ethnic Conflicts and Adaptation in Modern   Multi-Ethnic Societies, EUROPA ETHNICA 43, 1, p. 12-19,

– The Poles at the Polls. Voting Attitudes and Behavior in Cracow during the Local Elections in 1984, EAST EUROPEAN QUARTERLY XX, 3, p. 359-375  (with Tadeusz Borkowski and Grzegorz Ekiert).

1987

– Polish Humanist in a Communist World: Stanislaw Ossowski, TRANSACTION-SOCIETY 24, 4, p. 70-77,

– Ethnicity or Class. Economic Interpretations of Ethnic Relations in American Society. Review Article, EUROPA ETHNICA 44, 1, p. 9-16,

– Malinowski and the Problems of Contemporary Civilization, in: MALINOWSKI BETWEEN TWO WORLDS …  (see above), p. 149-163.

1989

– Democratizing the Academic System in Poland. Experiences of the Late 1980s, INSTITUTE FUR GESELLSCHAFT UND WISSENSCHAFT REPORTS 3 (August), p. 59-67,

– Two Pow-wows in Vienna, IN: EUROPEAN REVIEW OF NATIVE AMERICAN STUDIES 3, 2, p.  44-46,

– The Status of Unbelievers as a Group in Polish Society, JOURNAL OF THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF OXFORD (JASO) XX, 3, p. 209-218.

1991

–  Democratization and Cultural Minorities. The Polish Case of the 1980s/1990s, EAST EUROPEAN QUARTERLY XXV, 4, p. 463-482,

–  Ritualization as Substitution, JOURNAL OF THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF OXFORD (JASO) XXII, 3,  p. 219-234,

–  Ethnic Composition of the Polish Part of the Carpathian Region, ETHNOLOGIA POLONA 15/16, p.  33-59; also DER DONAURAUM 3/4, 1992, p. 5-26.

1992

–  Religious Revival or Political Substitution. Polish  Roman Catholic Movements after World War II (with Maciej Kazimierz Zaba), in: RELIGION AND POLITICS IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE. REVIVAL OF RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM IN EAST AND WEST, edited by Bronislaw Misztal and Anson Shupe, Westpoint, Conn.: Praeger Publishers, p. 54-66.

–  Problems of Freedom, Democracy and Peace in  Bronislaw Malinowski’s Anthropology, in: THE POLISH SOCIOLOGICAL BULLETIN 1, p. 69-82.

1993

–  An Outsider’s View of American Culture, in: DISTANT MIRRORS. AMERICA AS A FOREIGN CULTURE, edited by Philip R. DeVita and James D. Armstrong, Belmont, California: Wadsworth Publishing Company, p. 21-28,

–  Introduction: In Search of the Syndrome of Threshold Situation (with Jacek Szmatka and Zdzislaw Mach), in: EASTERN  EUROPEAN  SOCIETIES  ON  THE  THRESHOLD  OF CHANGE, edited by Jacek Szmatka, Zdzislaw Mach and Janusz Mucha, Lewiston/Queenston/Lampeter: The Edwin Mellen Press, p. 1-13,

–  Cultural Minorities and Majority Rule. Recent Democratization Processes in Poland, in; SMALL    NATIONS AND ETHNIC MINORITIES IN AN EMERGING EUROPE, edited by Silvo Devetak, Sergej Flere and Gerhard Seewann, Munchen: Slavica Verlag, p. 80-83; also in: POST-COMMUNIST POLAND. FROM TOTALITARIANISM TO DEMOCRACY?,  edited by Jacques Coenen-Huther and    Brunon Synak, Commack, NY: Nova Science Publishers, Inc., p. 85-94,

–  Religious Revival Movement in Changing Poland. From Opposition to the Participation in the Systemic Transformations, THE POLISH SOCIOLOGICAL BULLETIN 2, p. 139-148.

1994

–  Eastern Europe and Its Sociology (with Mike F.  Keen), in: EASTERN EUROPE IN TRANSFORMATIONS. THE   IMPACT ON SOCIOLOGY, edited by Mike F. Keen and Janusz Mucha, Westport, CT: Greenwood, p. 1-10.

1995

– Polish America, American Poland, HISTORY OF  EUROPEAN IDEAS 20, 1-3, p. 599-605.

1996

– Cultural Minorities and the Dominant Group in Poland, POLISH SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 2, p.  127-135.

1997

– Cultural Minorities and the Dominant Group in Poland: A General Overview (revised version of the above), in: ETHNIC MINORITIES AND ETHNIC MAJORITY. SOCIOLOGICAL STUDIES OF ETHNIC RELATIONS IN POLAND, edited by Marek S. Szczepanski, Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Slaskiego, p. 83-94,

– Getting Out of the Closet: Cultural Minorities in Poland Cope with Oppression, EAST EUROPEAN    QUARTERLY XXXI, 3, p. 299-309.

1998

–  Institutionalization of Sociology, POLISH SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW, 3, p. 235-246,

–  Immigration for Bread and Butter and the Polish-American World of Work in a Small Midwestern    Town, in: ETHNICITY, CULTURE, CITY, edited by Thomas Gladsky, Adam Walaszek and Malgorzata M. Wawrykiewicz, Warszawa: Oficyna Naukowa, p. 206-220,

–  The Problem of the Cultural Dilemmas of Ethnic Minorities in Poland, in: ETHNICITY, NATION, CULTURE, edited by Balint Bala and Anton Sterbling,  Hamburg: Kraemer, p. 165-178.

1999

–   Dominant Culture as a Foreign Culture. Introduction. in: DOMINANT CULTURE AS A FOREIGN CULTURE. DOMINANT GROUPS IN THE EYES OF MINORITIES, edited by Janusz Mucha. New York: East European Monographs and Columbia University Press, p. 7-23,

–  Emerging Cultural Pluralism as a Challenge for Social Work in Poland, in: EDUCATION FOR NEW    CHALLENGES AND PROBLEMS FOR SOCIAL WORK AND NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS, edited by Krzysztof Frysztacki, Kraków: Uniwersytet Jagiellonski, p. 95-103,

–  Cultural Domination and the Reaction to It. SLOVAK SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 31, 6, p. 567-586.

– Old and New Research Areas in Polish Anthropology. A Short Comment. ETHNOLOGIA POLONA 20, p. 25-29.

2000

– Polish Culture as the Nation’s Own Culture and as a Foreign Culture. EAST EUROPEAN QUARTERLY XXXIV, 2, p. 217-242, (also, in: SOCIOCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY AT THE  TURN OF THE CENTURY,                VOICES FROM THE  PERIPHERY, edited by Peter Skalnik, Prague: Charles University, p. 27-49,

– History in the Making: Sociology and the Transformation of Eastern and Central Europe (with Mike F. Keen). SLOVAK SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 32, 3, p. 227-240,

– Cultural Minorities and the Dominant Group in Poland: A General Overview”, in: FROM HOMOGENEITY TO MULTICULTURALISM. MINORITIES OLD AND NEW IN  POLAND, edited by F.E. Ian Hamilton and Krystyna Iglicka, London: SSEES, p. 17-33.

2002

–  Polish Society in the Perspective of its Integration with the European Union (with Marek S.                 Szczepanski).  EAST EUROPEAN QUARTERLY XXX, 1, p. 483-498,

–  Post-Socialist Institutionalisation of Sociocultural Anthropology (Ethnography, Ethnology) as a                University Subject in Poland, in: A POST-COMMUNIST MILLENNIUM: THE STRUGGLES FOR SOCIOCULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN  EUROPE, edited by Petr Skalnik, Prague: Charles University, p. 87-97,

–  Sociology – Poland (with Pawel Zalecki), in: THREE SOCIAL SCIENCE DISCIPLINES IN                  CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: HANDBOOK ON ECONOMICS, POLITICAL SCIENCE AND SOCIOLOGY (1989-2001), edited by Max Kaase and Vera Sparschuh, co-edited by Agnieszka Wenninger, Berlin and Budapest: Social Science Information Centre (IŻ) and Collegium Budapest, p. 484-501.

2003

–  Central and Eastern Europe and Its Sociology at the Beginning of the Post-Communist Era                 (with Mike F. Keen), in: SOCIOLOGY IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE. TRANSFORMATIONS AT THE DAWN OF A NEW MILLENNIUM, edited by M. F. Keen and J. L. Mucha, Westport, CT and London: Praeger, p. 1-18,

– Polish Sociology, 1990-2000: Society after a Breakthrough, Sociology in Evolution, in:               SOCIOLOGY IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE …., p. 117-132,

– Ethnic Polish Students from the Former Soviet Union in the Homeland of their Forefathers. An  Empirical Study. EAST EUROPEAN QUARTERLY XXXVII, 2, 2003, p. 167-194,

– Teaching Anthropology in Post-1989 Poland, in: EDUCATIONAL HISTORIES OF EUROPEAN SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY. Volume I: Learning Fields, edited by Dorle Drackle, Iain R. Edgar and Thomas Schippers, New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, p. 82-93.

– New Developments, Old Interpretations. Polish Americans and Hispanics in an American Town at the Onset of the 21st Century. ETHNOLOGIA POLONA 24, p. 75-97.

2004

– Sociology in Central and Eastern Europe in the 1990s: A Decade of Reconstruction.                EUROPEAN SOCIETIES 6, 2, p 123-147 (with Mike F. Keen).

2005

– Problems of Freedom, Democracy and Peace in Social Anthropology. Bronisław Malinowski’s                 Ideas, in: TEZISY DOKLADOV I WSEROSSIYSKEY NAUTSHNOY KONFERENTSII SOROKINSKIYE TSHTENIYA. Moskva: Alfa-M, p. 438-41.

2006

– Central and Eastern European Sociology in the Post-Communist Era, EAST EUROPEAN          QUARTERLY XXXIX, 4, p. 523-536 (with Mike F. Keen),

– Witnessing sociological lives in Central and Eastern Europe (with Mike F. Keen), in: AUTOBIOGRAPHIES OF TRANSFORMATION …, ed. by M.F. Keen and J. Mucha, London: Routledge, p. 1-20,

– Autobiographies of transformation (with M.F. Keen), the same volume, p. 211-223,

– Poland in Central and Eastern Europe, Polish Sociology within the Central European Context,             JOURNAL OF CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGY 6, 3, p.  251-256,

– The Concept of “Social Relations” in Classic Analytical Interpretative Sociology: Weber and                Znaniecki, ESSAYS IN LOGIC AND ONTOLOGY (POZNAN STUDIES IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF THE SCIENCES AND THE HUMANITIES vol. 91, ed. by Jacek Malinowski and Andrzej Pietruszczak, Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi, p. 119-142.

2007

Democratization in Central and Eastern Europe and the Minority Issues, POLISH

SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 4 (160), p. 379-400.

2009

-Post-Communist Democratization and the Practice of Sociology in Central and Eastern Europe (with M. F. Keen), in: THE ISA HANDBOOK OF DIVERSE SOCIOLOGICAL TRADITIONS, ed. by Sujata Patel, Los Angeles, London et al.: SAGE Studies in International Sociology, p. 129-139.

– Sociology in Central and Eastern Europe or East European Sociology: Historical and Present, SOCIOLOGIA – SLOVAK SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 41, 6, p. 507-525 (see also in: FACING AN UNEQUAL WORLD: CHALLENGES FOR A GLOBAL SOCIOLOGY, VOLUME THREE: EUROPE AND CONCLUDING REFLECTIONS, edited by Michael Burawoy, Mau-kuei Chang and Michelle Fei-yu Hsieh, Taipei: Academia Sinica and ISA 2010, p. 197-206).

2010

– Society, Culture and Technology at the Dawn of the 21st Century (with Katarzyna Leszczynska), in: Society, Culture and Technology at the Dawn of the 21st Century, ed. by Janusz Mucha and Katarzyna Leszczynska, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, p. vii-xxiii.

– Ageing in Poland at the Dawn of the 21st Century (with Lukasz Krzyzowski), POLISH SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 2 (170), p. 247-260.

– “What’s going on with society?”. Polish society and Polish sociology as reflected by the 14th Polish Congress of Sociology (with Paulina Swiatek), Krakow, September 2010, KULTURA I EDUKACJA 5 (79), p. 221-235.

– Theory trends and debate: what theory do we need? Are “sociology of individuals and “critical theory” the leading trends in contemporary theoretical sociology?, KULTURA I EDUKACJA 5 (79), p. 24-43.

2011

– 由20109 月在克拉科夫举行的第14届波兰社会学大

会看波兰社会和波兰社会学 (with Paulina Swiatek), KULTURA I EDUKACJA 7 (86), p. 64-75.

– 理论与趋势的争论:什么理论是我们需要的?个人社会学批判理论是否在引

领当代社会学理论趋势, KULTURA I EDUKACJA 7 (86), p. 11-26.

2012

– Toward an Interactionist Sociology of Ethnic Relations, POLISH SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 1 (177), p. 19-37.

– Sociology of India, Sociology in India, Indian Sociology, POLISH SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 2 (178), p. 145-150.

– On the Sociology of Women and Women in Sociology, STUDIA HUMANISTYCZNE AGH 11, 2, p. 33-44.

– “Social Relations in Turbulent Times”. Comments on Sociology of Recent Crises (with Paulina Swiatek) , KULTURA I EDUKACJA 6 (92), p. 125-135.

– 亂世中的“社會關係”。在二十一世紀初的危機社會學附註 (with Paulina Swiatek), KULTURA I EDUKACJA 7 (93), p. 173-178.

2013

– “Crisis, critique and change”: sociology of Europe at the beginning of the 21st century (with  Lukasz Krzyzowski), POLISH SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW  4, p. 531–539.

2014

– Transnational caregiving in turbulent Times: Polish migrants in Iceland and their elderly parents in Poland (with Lukasz Krzyzowski), INTERNATIONAL SOCIOLOGY 29, 1, p. 22-37.

– “Foreigners in Polish Academic System at the Beginning of the 21st Century” (with Kamil Luczaj), POLISH SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW 1 (185), p. 113-130

– “From the Editors: An Invitation to Debates” (with Joanna Kurczewska and Ishwar Modi), in: INDIA BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERNITY, Jaipur, New Delhi et al.: Rawat Publications (with Joanna Kurczewska and Ishwar Modi), p. xi-xiv.

– “Sociology of India, Sociology in India, Indian Sociology”, in: INDIA BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERNITY, Jaipur, New Delhi et al.: Rawat Publications (with Joanna Kurczewska and Ishwar Modi), p. 6-13.

– “No longer between East and West: dialectics and paradoxes in Polish sociology” (with Łukasz Krzyżowski), in: ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK OF EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGY, edited by Sokratis Koniordis and Alexandros-Andreas Kyrtsis, London and New York: Routledge, p. 407-425.

– “Methodological aspects of recent empirical research on academic migration” (with Kamil Łuczaj), STUDIA MIGRACYJNE PRZEGLĄD POLONIJNY XL, 4, p. 5-24.

2016

-“An Outsider’s View of American Culture”, in: DISTANT MIRRORS. AMERICA AS A FOREIGN CULTURE, ed. By Philip R. DeVita, Long Grove, Il: Waveland Press, pp. 136-145.

-„Migration and the Transmission of Cultural Patterns. Introduction”, in: Janusz Mucha (ed.), MIGRATION AND THE TRANSMISSION OF CULTURAL PATTERNS, Krakow: AGH University Press, pp. 5-12.

-“Foreign Scholars in a Polish ‘silicon valley’. Publicly accessible data on Krakow as a higher education and research centre”. ZAGADNIENIA NAUKOZNAWSTWA 2 (208), with Kamil Łuczaj, pp. 181-197.

2017

-„The lives of foreign academics in Poland: their motivations and adaptation in Kraków, a Polish Silicon Valley”, NAUKA 2, with Kamil Łuczaj, pp. 57-84.

„Developing the Academic Careers of Foreign Scholars in Poland: The Case of Krakow”, CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPEAN MIGRATION REVIEW 6, 2, with Kamil Luczaj, pp. 141-162.