Rafał Smoczyński

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Imię i nazwisko

Rafał Smoczyński

Stopnie i tytuły naukowe

dr hab.

Stanowisko

prof. nadzw. IFiS PAN

E-mail

rsmoczyn@ifispan.waw.pl

Pokój

244

Filozofia/Socjologia

Socjologia

Zakład

Zakład Badań nad Religią

Obszary zainteresowań naukowych

kontrola społeczna, teoria społeczna, socjologia ekonomiczna, socjologia religii, filozofia polityczna

Realizowane projekty badawcze

1. “The role of intelligentsia in shaping collective identities of Poles and Hungarians in 19th and 20th centuries”, 2017-2019, co-principle investigator (joint project of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences) [with B. Mester]

2. “Studying Polish and Mongolian Entrepreneurs within Business Ethics Perspectives”, 2016-2017” (24 months), co-principle investigator (joint project of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Mongolian Academy of Sciences) [with Z. Munkhtseren]

3. “Expanding research on intergenerational cohesion in contemporary Polish and Romanian families”, 2016-2018, (36 months), co-principle investigator (joint project of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Romanian Academy) [with C. Rada]

4. “Societal reactions to Bulgarian and Polish migrants in the UK”, since 2014-2017 (36 months), co-principle investigator (joint project of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences) [with L. Spasova]

5. “The Role of Noble Legacy in Shaping Citizenship Models in Central and Eastern Europe”,

since 2013-2016 (36 months), co-principle investigator (joint project of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Hungarian Academy of Sciences) [with G. Gango]

6. “Socio-PsychoMedical changes in the lifestyles of the contemporary family in Poland and Romania”, since 2013-2015, (36 months), co-principle investigator (joint project of the Polish Academy of Sciences and Romanian Academy) [with C. Rada]

7. “The post-noble feudal legacy in contemporary Poland”, Polish National Science Centre,

principle investigator, since 2013-2015 (36 months)

8. “The Category of Subjectivity in Michel Henry’s Work”, joint project of the Polish

Academy of Sciences and Université Catholique de Louvain à Louvain-La-Neuve,

investigator, since 2012-2014 [principle investigator W. Starzynski] (36 months)

9. “The relevance of subjectivity in contemporary humanities and social sciences”, joint

project of Polish Academy of Sciences and Czech Academy of Sciences and Slovakian

Academy of Sciences, investigator, since 2012-2014  [principle investigators W. Starzynski, K. Novotny, R. Karul] (36 months)

10. “Mapping anti-migrant moral panic”, Canadian Studies, Canadian Ministry of Foreign

Affairs Grant, principle investigator (2012) (12 months)

11. “The Societal Reactions towards Polish Economic Migrants in Northern England after 2004”. National Science Centre, since 2012-2014, principle investigator, (36 months)

12. “Affectivity and Its Vicissitudes in Contemporary Humanities and Social Sciences”,

International Visegrad Fund, 2011, (8 months) co-principle investigator [with W. Starzyński]

13. “The Role of Catholic Convictions in Shaping Attitudes of Business People”, National

Science Centre, since 2011-2013 (36 months), principle investigator

14. “New Religious Movements and Conflict in Central Europe”, International Visegrad

Fund, 2010, (8 months) co-principle investigator [with D. Hall]

15. REVACERN (Religions and Values: Central and Eastern European Research Network),

6th Framework Programme of the European Commission, 2008-2009 (24 months),

investigator

16. „Ritual abuse moral panic”, State Committee for Scientific Research, 2004-2005 (24

 

months), principle investigator

Stypendia naukowe

1. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, DAAD Fellowship (2 months, 2017)

2. Tallinn University, Eesti Instituut Fellowship, (3 months, 2016)

3. National Dong Hua University, Chinese Studies Center Fellowship (3 months, 2016)

4. Yildiz Technical University, TUBITAK Research Grant (2 months, 2016)

5. Seoul National University, Korea Foundation Fellowship (6 months, 2015)

6. Slovak Academy of Sciences, SAIA Fellowship (5 months, 2015)

7. Monash University, Endeavour Awards (6 months, 2013-2014)

8. National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan Fellowship (3 months, 2013)

9. The University of Victoria, Canadian ministry of Foreign Affairs Grant, (1 month, 2012)

10. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, DAAD Fellowship (2 months 2011)

11. The University of Bergen, The Research Council of Norway Fellowship (6 months, 2010)

12. The University of Manchester, The British Council Scholarship and Polish Ministry of

Science (2 months 2009)

13. The University of Vienna, OEAD (6 months, 2009)

14. The University of Linköping, The Swedish Institute Fellowship (6 months, 2008-2009)

15. The University of Portland, the Kosciuszko Foundation Grant (3 months during 2005)

16. The University of Sheffield, Marie Curie (6 months 2005)

17. The London School of Economics, British Council (2 months 2005)

18. The London School of Economics, British Council (2 months 2004)

Inne

Selected peer-reviewed publications:

 Monographs:

1.  Smoczynski, R. 2015. “The impact of the entrepreneurs’ Catholic religiosity upon shadow economy activities in Poland after 1989. Approaching the moral community perspective”, Warsaw: IFiS PAN Publishers.

2.  Smoczynski, R., Zarycki, T.  2017. Totem inteligencki. Arystokracja, szlachta i ziemiaństwo w polskiej przestrzeni społecznej [The intelligentsia totem: aristocracy, nobility and gentry in Polish social space], Warszawa: Scholar

 Journal articles:

 JCR and ERIH indexed articles:

 1. Zarycki, T., Smoczynski, R., Warczok, T. 2017. „The roots of Polish Culture-centered Politics: Toward a Non-Purely Cultural Model of Cultural Domination in Central and Eastern Europe”, in East European Politics and Societies and Cultures 20(10)

2. Smoczynski, R., Fitzgerald, I., Zarycki, T. 2017. „Social distance practices among Polish migrants in the UK”, in: Ethnic and Racial Studies 40(6): 951-968

3. Smoczyński, R. 2016. „Mapping new research directions in the sociology of moral panic”, Studia Socjologiczne 3 (222): 9-30

4. Smoczynski, R. 2015. “Does Catholicism Function as <Beneficial Constraint> for Small and Medium-Sized Companies Confronted with the Shadow Economy? Some Evidence from Poland”, Prakseologia, 57(1): 215-244

5. Fitzgerald, I., Smoczynski, R. 2015. “Societal Reactions towards Polish Labour Migrants in the UK after 2004: Rethinking employment Insecurities”, in: Czech Sociological Review, 51(3): 339-361

6. Fitzgerald, I, Smoczynski, R. 2015. „Anti-Polish Migrant Moral Panic in the UK; A Response”, in: Czech Sociological Review, 51(3): 380-386

7. Smoczynski, R. 2015. An Interplay Between the Shadow Economy and Religious Oriented Entrepreneurship in Poland. A Qualitative Inquiry, in: Sociologia. Slovak Sociological Review, 47(3): 272-296

8. R. Smoczynski. 2013. “Similarities and Differences of the Sabbath Myth in Early Modern Era and Late Modern Era”, in: Anthropological Notebooks, 19(2): 25-38

9. R. Smoczynski, T. Zarycki. 2012. „Współczesne polskie elity post-szlacheckie w kontekście europejskim”, Kultura i Społeczeństwo, 1: 79-110, [The modern Polish post-noble elites in the European context]

10. R. Smoczynski. 2012. „Wpływ katolicyzmu na akcję ekonomiczną w małych polskich firmach” [The Impact of Catholicism on economic Action in Polish Small Enterprises. The Selected Problems of Empirical Research and the State of Academic Debate], in: Prakseologia, 152: 93-126

11.  R. Smoczynski. 2012. “The Agency of Affectivity in Ritual Abuse Moral Panic”, in: “Vicissitudes of Affectivity in contemporary Humanities and Social Thought”, Archive of

History of Philosophy and Social Thought, Supplement, 57: 115-128

12.  R. Smoczynski. 2009. “Mapping Catholic Governance Practices”, in: Ask. Research and Methods, 18:123-139

 

 Other peer-reviewed journal articles:

 

1.  Fitzgerald, I., Smoczynski, R. 2017. Central and Eastern European Accession: Changing Perspective on Migrant Workers, in Social Policy and Society doi:10.1017/S1474746417000215

2. Kyei, R., Setrana, M. and R. Smoczynski. 2017. “Practising Religion across National Borders: A Study of Ghanaian Christian Churches in Amsterdam”, Interdisciplinary Journal for Religion and Transformation in Contemporary Society 4: 148-182

3. Jerzyński, T., Smoczynski, R., Zarycki, T. 2016. Regionalne osobliwości postrzegania i podtrzymywania tradycji post-szlacheckich przez studentów polskich [Regional peculiarities in the functioning and perceiving of the noble traditions among Polish students], in: Studia Regionalne i Lokalne 1(63): 129-154

4. Kyei, R., Smoczynski, R. 2016. “Building Bridges or Bonds: The Case Ghanaian Second Generation Migrants in Ghanaian Churches in Amsterdam”, in: Anthropological Researches and Studies, 6: 13-24

5.  Zarycki, T., Smoczynski, R. 2014. “Revolution of the Intelligentsia on the Periphery of the Russian Empire and its Contemporary Effects”, in: Mir Rossii, 1: 115-136

6. R. Smoczynski. 2009. “Hegemonia i obiekt braku. Wybrane wątki postgramsciańskiej filozofii Ernesto Laclau i Chantal Mouffe”, in: Idea, 21: 133-159 [Hegemony and object of Lack. Selected aspects of Laclau and Mouffe’s social philosophy]

 Articles in edited volumes

1. Smoczynski, R. 2016. “Religion and Economy: Exploring the Role of Catholic Convictions in Shaping Attitudes of Business People in Post-Communist Poland”, in. Zolzaya, M. (ed.) Mongolian Business Ethical Formation and Tendency, Ulaanbaator: Soyombo Printing, pp. 111-126 

2. Smoczynski, R. 2016. “Mapping New Religious Movement in Central and Eastern Europe”, in: Mate-Toth, A., G. Rosta (eds) Focus on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe, Berlin: De Gruyter, pp. 157-174

3. Smoczynski, R. 2015. “The role of Christian belief in constraining the shadow economy in Poland, China and Taiwan”, in. Juhant, J., Zalec, B. (eds) Which religion, what ideology? The religious potential for peace and violence, Berlin: LIT Verlag

4. Smoczynski, R, Zarycki, T. 2015. The possible application of research findings on Polish post-noble milieu for studying contemporary Georgian nobility, in Sulaberidze A.  Gomelauri  N. Kutateladze I. Namgalashvili T. (eds) The Social Transformation of Post-Nobles in Poland and Gerogia, Tbilisi: The Georgian National Academy of Sciences Press, pp. 37-47

5. Smoczynski, R. 2015. “The Role of Religious Bound in Constraining Suicide. A Sociological Inquiry”, in: Juhant, J., Zalec, B. (eds), Suicide, Berlin: LIT Verlag

6. Smoczyński, R. 2014. „O nieuchwytnym obiekcie satanizmu” [An elusive object of Satanism] Snopek, T., Ślusarska, J. (eds), Religijność w czasie pop-kultury [Religiosity in the pop-culture time], Warszawa: UKSW Publishing House, pp. 173-182

7. Chan, P., Fitzgerald, I., Smoczynski, R. 2013. “Anti-Polish Migrant Moral Panic in the UK”, in: Juhant, J., Zalec, B. (eds), Culture of Fear, Berlin: LIT Verlag.

8.  R. Smoczynski. 2013. “Reducing Antagonism over Anti-New Religious Movements Moral Panics in Selected Countries in Central and Eastern Europe”, in: Priede, J. (ed), “Between East and West: Cultural and Religious Dialogue before, during and after the Totalitarian Rule”, Riga: the University of Latvia Press.

9. R. Smoczynski 2013. “Making Satanic Collective Identities: From Mechanic to Organic Idenity”, in: Petersen, J., Faxnel, P. (eds.) The Devil’s Party: Satanism in Modernity, New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 189-203

10. R. Smoczynski. 2011. „ISKCON Fights Back”, in: Mate-Toth A. and Rughinis, C. (eds.), Spaces and Borders. Current Research on Religion in Central and Eastern Europe, BerlinDe Gruyter, pp. 49-63

11. R. Smoczynski. 2011. “Strategies of the Polish Christian Right. Identification, Imitation and Conflict”, in: Juhant, J., Zalec, B. (eds), Humanity after Selfish Prometheus. Chances of Dialogue and Ethics in a Technicized World, Berlin: LIT Verlag, pp. 185-193

12. R. Smoczynski. 2011. “Lacan and Merleau-Ponty: Affective Intentionality”, in. Gleonec, A., Hammer, T., Novotny, K., Specian, P. (eds) Thinking in Dialogue with Humanities. Paths into the Phenomenology of Merleau-Ponty, Bucharest: Zeta Books, pp. 154-167

13. R. Smoczynski, D. Hall, L. Greskova, G. Goldberger. 2010. “Moral Panics and New Religious Movements in Croatia, Poland and Slovakia”, in: Smoczynski R., Hall, D. (eds.), New Religious Movements and Conflict in Central Europe, Warszawa: Institute of Philosophy and Sociology PAN Publishers, pp. 29-95

14. R. Smoczynski. 2010 “The Hegemonic Practices in Ritual Abuse Scare”, in: Borowik, I., Zawiła, M. (eds.) Religions and Identities in Transition, Kraków: Nomos, pp. 198-213

15. R. Smoczynski. 2009. “Cyber-Satanism and Imagined Satanism: Dark Symptoms of Late Modernity”, in: Petersen, J.A. (ed.): Embracing Satan: Contemporary Religious Satanism, Ashgate Publishing, Furnham.

 Edited Books and Journals

 1. Hall, D., R. Smoczynski (eds.) 2010. New Religious Movements and Conflict in Central Europe, Warszawa: Institute of Philosophy and Sociology PAN Publishers

2. Smoczynski, R., Starzynski, W. 2012. “Vicissitudes of Affectivity in contemporary Humanities and Social Thought”, Archive of History of Philosophy and Social Thought, Supplement, 57

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