Historical Anthropography, or How People Perceive their Place in Time, Social and “Geocultural” Spaces
The project would aim at development of Reinhart Koselleck's "Erfahrungsraum und Erwartungshorizont"(Frankfurt am Main, 1989), a theoretical concept on the historical basis of changes in self-perception within different strata of Polish society between the end of the 18th and the be
Reflexivity in Forced Migration Studies: Postcolonial, Decolonial and Transnational Methodologies
Since the 1970s, forced migration and refugee studies heavily relied upon case studies and suffered from a lack of robust debates on methodological innovations and interventions (Chimni). This is despite the diversity of designs, contexts and data used.
New Europe's Futures Blog Post About Identity Provision In Balkan Disputes
The Europe's Futures blog features contributions by current and former Fellows of our Europe’s Futures – Ideas for Action program. The newest blog post is written by former Europe's Futures fellow Ioannis Armakolas and asks if identity provisions in agreements in the enduring Balkan disputes…
Getting to know the IWM Library: the Paweł Hertz Library
The IWM Library has grown continuously over the years and is a valuable source of information for the Visiting Fellows' research. In it, we collect books by former Visiting Fellows, Permanent Fellows, books written at the Institute, and other materials which are needed for the ongoing research at…
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