Member of many Polish and international anthropological bodies incl. the Commission on Theoretical Anthropology (IUAES), the Commission on Anthropology (Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences in Krakow), the editor-in-chief of the journal “Ethnographic Works” (Jagiellonian Univ. Press) and series “Jagiellonian Studies in Cultural Anthropology” and “Anthropos”.
Prof. Marcin Brocki
Dr. bab. Marcin Brocki Ethnologist and Cultural anthropologist, assistant professor, Head of the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Poland). Research interests: theory in anthropology, intercultural communication, community studies, postsocialism. Fieldwork: divers sites in Poland, surveys in Zimbabwe, Ethiopia. Selected recent publications: 1) Anthropology as Social Critic: Its Public Role in the Globalized World (P. Skalnik co-ed.), Kraków 2018 (Jagiellonian Univ. Press); 2) The Late 1980s and Early 1990s in Poland as a Dynamic Process in Culture. The Question about Bifurcation, [w:] Semiotics of Communications, A. Lusińska, A. Kalinowska-Żeleźnik (ed.), Gdańsk; 3) Predicaments of Public Anthropology, [w:] Cultivating Pathways of Creative Research: New Horizons of Transformative Practice and Collaborative Imagination, A. K. Giri (red.), Primus Books, Delhi 2016, s. 259-27; 4) The Problem of Universal Values and Intercultural Space – New/Old Predicament of Anthropology, „Politeja”, 2016, nr 5 (44), s. 131-142.