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Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology 
University of Warsaw

Żurawia 4, 00-503 Warsaw
tel. +48 22 55 316 11/ fax. 22 55 316 12

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okładka czasopisma The Islamic Framing of the Economic Activities of Salafi-oriented Muslims in Dagestan, North Caucasus: An Anthropological Approach Iwona Kaliszewska, Jagoda Schmidt, Marek KaletaKaliszewska 2022
okładka czasopisma Strong Social Ties and Adherence to Face Mask Wearing in COVID-19 Pandemic in Dagestan, North Caucasus Iwona Kaliszewska, Iwa KołodziejskaKaliszewska 2022
okładka czasopisma Catholic Intimacies: Negotiating Contraception in Late Communist Poland Agnieszka Kościańska, Agata Ignaciuk, Agata ChełstowskaKościańska 2022
materiał poglądowy Contact building: emotional exchanges between counsellees and counsellors in the late socialist period in Poland Agnieszka KościańskaKościańska
okładka czasopisma Productive Sexological Self-Censorship in Late Communist Poland between State and Church Agnieszka KościańskaKościańska 2024
okładka The Schism of ’68 Catholicism, Contraception and Humanae Vitae in Europe, 1945-1975  - articles by Agnieszka Kościańska and Agata Ignaciuk Agata Ignaciuk, Agnieszka KościańskaKościańska 2018
Special issue of "Sexualities"  Kościańska Agnieszka, Renkin Hadley (red.)Kościańska 2016
okładka czasopisma The Big, the Small, and the Ugly: The Politics of Scale-Making in a Contested Railway Project in Italy

We recommend an article by Mateusz Laszczkowski PhD in "Ethnos". The article looks at the disputes surrounding the high-speed railway project in the Italian Alps. Using this example, the author argues that scale in infrastructure 'mega-projects' - their seemingly obvious 'size' - is the result of political processes in which the agency of various actors, from macroeconomic factors to microscopic particles in the air, is negotiated.

Mateusz LaszczkowskiLaszczkowski 2023
‘City of the Future’ Built Space, Modernity and Urban Change in Astana Laszczkowski MateuszLaszczkowski 2016
Affective States: Entanglements, Suspensions, Suspicions Mateusz Laszczkowski, Madeleine Reeves (red.)Laszczkowski 2017
Notes from a Blurry Border Mateusz LaszczkowskiLaszczkowski 2018
Muslims and Christians in the Bulgarian Rhodopes. Studies on Religious (Anti)Syncretism Lubańska MagdalenaLubańska 2015
Religious Imageries at Polish Catholic Shrines -articles in The Journal of Global Catholicism  Magdalena Lubańska, Kamila Baraniecka-Olszewska, Julia Bujskich, Konrad SiekierskiLubańska 2018
Religious Boundaries, Komsholuk, and Sharing Sacred Spaces in Bulgaria Magdalena LubańskaLubańska 2018
Between Monster Child and Innocent Baby: Managing Fear and Hope in Polish Debates on In Vitro Fertilisation Ewa Maciejewska-Mroczek, Magdalena Radkowska-WalkowiczMaciejewska 2018
okładka czasopisma ‘Should I Buy Her a Doll’? Motherhood and Turner Syndrome in Poland Magdalena Radkowska, Ewa Maciejewska-MroczekRadkowska 2023
How the Political Becomes Private: In Vitro Fertilization and the Catholic Church in Poland Magdalena Radkowska-WalkowiczRadkowska-Walkowicz 2017
A Cultural Cyclotron: Ethnography, Art Experiments, and a Challenge of Moving Towards the Collaborative in Rural Poland  Tomasz RakowskiRakowski 2018
Hunters, Gatherers, and Practitioners of Powerlessness. An Ethnography of the Degraded in Postsocialist Poland Tomasz RakowskiRakowski 2016
Pre-textual Ethnographies: Challenging the phenomenological level of anthropological knowledge-making Tomasz Rakowski, Helena Patzer (red.)Rakowski 2018