Prof. Marta Kurkowska-Budzan
Marta Kurkowska-Budzan, Ph.D. (2001, Jagiellonian University), habilitated (2011, Jagiellonian University). Her areas of expertise are the cultural history of 20th century Poland, memory studies, the methodology of historical research. She held postdoctoral fellowships at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, DC (2002) and the Remarque Institute, New York University (2001). Among her research projects are Oral Sources Re-visited (2016-), Sport in the Polish Peripheries, 1945-1989: Study in Historical Anthropology (2013-2016), National Armed Underground in Białystok Region:1942 - 1957. Memory Discourses (2006-09). In 2008 - 2012 she was the member of Editorial Board of Oral History Review (Oxford University Press) and Stan Rzeczy - a journal of qualitative sociology (Warsaw University Press); since 2011 she has been the co-editor of Historical Anthropology Yearly. Among her recent publishings is the monograph, co-authored with M. Stasiak: "Stadion na peryferiach," (Universitas 2016). The book was nominated to "Kazimierz Moczarski Historical Award" in 2017.