Tomasz Pudłocki, Ph.D., Associate Professor in the Institute of History, Jagiellonian University, Krakow (Poland). Specializes in the history of Galicia from the socio-cultural point of view, as well as the history of women and intellectual history. His latest book was published on Polish-British intellectual connections in the interwar period (Ambasadorzy idei. Wkład intelektualistów w promowanie pozytywnego wizerunku Polski w Wielkiej Brytanii w latach 1918-1939, Historia Iagellonica: Kraków 2015). He recently co-edited (with Kamil Ruszała) a collective volume Intellectuals and World War I. A Central European Perspective (Jagiellonian University Press: Kraków 2018). Member of the Commission on History of Women (Polish Academy of Science in Warsaw), the Commission on History of Science (Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences in Krakow). The Kosciuszko Foundation Grantee (2012-2013, 2017-2018), Fulbright Scholar at Daemen College, Amherst, NY, Visiting Professor (2015/2016), and Grantee of the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education for young scholar (up to 35) (2013-2016). Privately he likes classical music, travelling and meeting new people, and Summer sports.
Duty hours3 IX, at 10:45-12:00
4 IX, at 10: 00-11: 00
10 IX, at 10: 00-12: 00
Department of the History of Culture and Historical Education, ul. St. Anna 6, room 101.