Joanna Fomina

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Joanna Fomina

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adiunkt

E-mail

jfomina@ifispan.waw.pl

Pokój

105

Filozofia/Socjologia

Socjologia

Zespół badawczy

Zespół Studiów Europejskich

Obszary zainteresowań naukowych

eurosceptycyzm, polityka migracyjna i integracyjna krajów UE, teorie i polityka wielokulturowości, polityka UE wobec państw Partnerswa Wschodniego i Rosji, zarządzanie granicami UE, partycypacja społeczna i polityczna migrantów

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Dr Joanna Fomina jest adiunktem w Instytucie Filozofii i Socjologii Polskiej Akademii Nauk. Absolwentka Szkoły Nauk Społecznych przy IFIS PAN oraz  Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego i Uniwersytetu Humboldta w Berlinie. Jako stypendystka Programu Marie Curie, przez rok pracowała na Uniwersytecie w Bradford, UK, gdzie prowadziła badania nad polską diasporą w Wielkiej Brytanii. Jej zainteresowania naukowe  obejmują takie zagadnienia jak eurosceptycyzm, polityka migracyjna i integracyjna krajów UE, teorie i polityka wielokulturowości, polityka UE wobec państw Partnerstwa Wschodniego i Rosji, zarządzanie granicami UE, partycypacja społeczna i polityczna migrantów. Autorka monografii na temat polityki wielokulturowości w Wielkiej Brytanii oraz licznych artykułów naukowych, raportów i analiz.  

Wykształcenie

 

Doktor nauk humanistycznych w zakresie socjologii (2010), Szkoła Nauk Społecznych, IFIS PAN, rozprawa doktorska: „Lessons from the British Multiculturalism Policy: Looking for a Viable Approach to Diversity in Europe”

Master of British Studies (2004), Centre for British Studies, Uniwersytet Humboldta w Berlinie, praca magisterska: “The British Debate on the European Constitution”

Magisterium, filologia angielska (2003) Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków, praca magisterska: „Female Immigrant Experience North American Fiction”

Licencjat, filologia angielska (1999), Kolegium Języków Obcych, Przemyśl

Realizowane projekty badawcze

Project leader:

2016-2019 Agents of Change? Civic participation and political activism of political imigrants from Russia to the EU states and transnational political remittances. Polish National Scientific Center grant –

Researcher:

2014-2015 Euroscepticism in New EU Member States: the case of Poland and Romania, IFIS, Polish Academy of Sciences

2013-2014 Nothing about Us Without Us. Civic Participation of Poles in the UK, Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw

2013-2014 Polish-Ukrainian Border during the Euro-2012 Football Championship: Best Practices, Batory Foundation, Warsaw

2012-2014 Eastern Partnership Visa Liberalisation Index, Batory Foundation, Warsaw, project leader

2013 The Perception of Poland and Poles in Ukraine and of Ukrainians and Ukraine in Poland, Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw

2008-2011 Bilingualism, Identity and the Media in Inter- and Intra-cultural Comparisons (BIM), funded by the Finnish Academy, research on Polish migrants and Polish diaspora in the UK, led by prof. Charles Husband, University of Bradford and prof. Tom Moring, University of Helsinki

2010 The Perception of Poland and Poles in Ukraine, the Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw, Poland

2010 Perception of Poles and Poland in Great Britain, the Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw, Poland

2009 Gender and Citizenship in a Multicultural Context project, University of Warsaw, project funded by the European Commission, led by prof. Małgorzata Fuszara, University of Warsaw

2009 Gender and Citizenship in a Multicultural Context: Women Political Participation project, funded by the European Commission, led by prof. Małgorzata Fuszara, Warsaw University

2007 The perception of Polish migrants in the British press project, the Institute of Public Affairs, Poland

Zagraniczne doświadczenia naukowe

2007-2008           praca na Uniwersytecie w Bradford, UK, w ramach Marie Curie Fellowship

Staże

2001  Międzynarodowy Sekretariat Amnesty Inernational, Londyn, UK

2004-2005 Biuro poselskie posła Bena Bradshaw, Izba Gmin, UK

2006 Institute of Community Cohesion, Coventry, UK (stypendium British Council)

Stypendia naukowe

2007-2008 Marie Curie Fellowship, Uniwersytet w Bradford, UK

Działalność dydaktyczna

20015/2016 – seminarium Czy wielokulturowość jest dobra dla kobiet? Feministyczna krytyka polityki wielokulturowości, Podyplomowe Studia nad Społeczną i Kulturową Tożsamością Płci „Gender Studies” ISNS UW

2015/2016 – seminarium Europe in the making: Integrating and disintegrating factors, Szkoła Nauk Społecznych, IFIS PAN, z prof. J. Niżnikiem

Wystąpienia na konferencjach, sympozjach, lub seminariach

“Agencji zmiany? Partycypacja społeczno-polityczna politycznych migrantów z Rosji do krajów UE i przepływy polityczne pomiędzy UE a Rosją,”UAM, Jednostka w społeczeństwie obywatelskim w Rosji i w Polsce. Pamięć i ochrona praw człowieka – historia, edukacja, aktywizm, Poznań, 13 – 14 listopada 2018

Transnational Diaspora, Civic and Political Participation and Political Remittances: The Case of Recent Russian Migrants to the EU,” Council for European Studies 26th Conference, Chicago, 27-29 March 2018

 “Agents of Change? Russian Political Migrants’ Activism and Transnational Socio-Political Remittances,” Council for European Studies 25th Conference, University of Glasgow, UK • July 12-14, 2017

“Russia’s strategic communications, the impact on the European public sphere and the EU attempts to counteract it,” UACES 47th Annual Conference: Exchanging Ideas on Europe, Crakow, 4-6 September 2017,

 

 

“Migracje a demokratyzacja: transnarodowe przepływy społeczno-polityczne na przykładzie rosyjskich migrantów do krajów UE” Migracje w przestrzeni społecznej współczesnej Polski i Europy – kontekst światowy, Akademia Umiejętności/Polska Akademia Nauk, Kraków, 29-30 maja 2017 roku

ogólnopolska konferencja naukowa Komitetu Badań nad Migracjami PAN “Migracje XXI wieku”, Łagów, październik 2015, referat: Czy wielokulturowość jest dobra dla kobiet? Sprzyjanie transmisji wzorców kulturowych w społecznościach migranckich a prawa kobiet.

konferencja “European Civilisation and the World Between Conflicts, Cooperation and Dialogue”, Uniwersytet Karola w Pradze, wrzesień 2015 referat: Understanding Russia? Helping Ukraine? Poles and Germans on the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict

 

konferencja międzynarodowa Qualitative Research in Communication, National School for Political and Administration Studies (SNSPA), Bucharest, wrzesień 2015, referat: Eastern Europe: Blind Faith Transformed into Europragmatism?, z Loredana Radu and Liliana Lupsecu

 

konferencja międzynarodowa “Contradictions: Envisioning European Futures, 22nd Conference of Europeanists, Council for European Studies, Paryż, lipiec 2015, referat: The Paradox of Polish Euroscepticism: Explaining the Undercurrent Public Discontent with Europe of the Most Enthusiastic Supporter of the European Project

 

ogólnopolska konferencja naukowa Komitetu Badań nad Migracjami PAN “Migracje XXI wieku”, Łagów, październik 2015, referat: Czy wielokulturowość jest dobra dla kobiet? Sprzyjanie transmisji wzorców kulturowych w społecznościach migranckich a prawa kobiet.

 

seminarium “Polska emigracja – szansa czy tylko porażka”, Klub Polska 2025+, Stowarzyszenie Banków Polskich, Warszawa, lipiec 2015, udział w panelu dyskusyjnym

 

konferencja międzynarodowa “The Geopolitical Situation and Security Challenges in the Eastern Europe and The Caucasus. The Role of Poland and Germany”, Uniwersytet Jagielloński, lipiec 2015, referat: Bridging the Gap: The Divergence of German and Polish Public Opinion on the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict

 

konferencja międzynarodowa „EU Eastern Partnership Civil Society Conference, maj 2015, paper: Challenges and Prospects for Visa-free Regim with Eastern Partnership countries, Riga

 

konferencja międzynarodowa „European Union towards Geopolitical Dilemmas in the Eastern Partnership, Uniwersytet Viadrina, Frankfurt nad Odrą, maj 2015, referat: From Collective Myths to International Confrontation: Russian National Identity and Public Opinion Support for Russia’s Foreign Policy

 

seminarium „Umowy o ułatwieniach wizowych i readmisji i liberalizacja wizowa”, Cachkadzor, Armenia, maj 2014, referat: Założenia umowy o ułatwieniach wizowych pomiędzy UE i Armenią

 

seminarium „Free Movement and Migration Between Neighbours: Frameworks and Practices, Polish Norwegian Expert Roundtable on Migration Governance”, PISM, Warszawa, kwiecień 2014, referat: Mały ruch graniczny z Kaliningradem

 

seminarium „Language, Identity, Politics: the Myth of Two Ukraines”, kwiecień 2014, Bertelsmann Stifung, Berlin, prezentacja raportu

 

konferencja „The EU’s New Home Affairs Agenda: The CEE’s Moment?”, PISM, Warszawa, luty 2014, referat: Polska polityka migracyjna, , referat nt.  polskiej polityki migracyjnej

 

Human Dimension Meeting on Freedom of Movement, OBWE, kwiecień 2013, Wiedeń

 

„Visas? What’s the Reason? The EU Visa Policy Towards Eastern Partnership Countries conference, Parlament Europejski”, listopad 2012, referat na temat stanu obecnego dialogu liberalizacji wizowej pomiędzy UE a krajami Partnerstwa Wschodniego

 

konferencja międzynarodowa „Eastern Partnership Panel of Migration and Asylum”, Komisja Europejska, Chisinau, październik 2012, referat: EU Visa Policy Towards the EaP states

 

szkoła letnia „Experiencing Cooperation in the Black Sea Region: Moves beyond Politics – Black Sea Young Reformers Fellowship”, Centre for Applied Policy Research, Uniwersytet w Monachium, październik 2012, wykład gościnny: Politics in the Black Sea Region – An European view, a regional view

 

szkoła letnia „Future EU Leaders: What Europe in 2020”, Europeum, Praga, lipiec 2012, wykład gościnny: „EU Visa Policy and perspectives of Visa liberalisation with Eastern Partnership Countries”

 

seminarium międzynarodowe „Heteroglossic Media Spaces”, University of Vienna, maj 2010, referat: Poles in the UK, Bilingualism, Identity, Media

 

konferencja międzynarodowa „Identity and the Media in Inter- and Intra-cultural context” Uniwersytet w Helsinkach, maj 2009, referat: Polish media in UK

 

 

konferencja międzynarodowa „Nationalism, Ethnicity and Citizenship: Whose Citizens? Whose Rights?” CRONEM Uniwersytet w Surrey, lipiec 2008, poster: Community Cohesion and Super-diversity: the Case for Post-ethnic Diversity Management

Inne

Books:

Lived Diversities: space, place and identities in the multi-ethnic city, Bristol: Policy Press, 2014. (With Husband, Charles, Alam, Yunas and Joerg Huttermann)

Migration and Diversity in Europe: Lessons from British Multiculturalism, VDM Dr Mueller Verlag, Saarbrucken, 2010.

Handbooks:

Good Practices in Migrant Integration: Trainee’s Manual. Warsaw: OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, 2018. With Nihad Bunar, Dominika Cieślikowska, Rebecca Keating, Ursula Trummer, Larry Olomoofe.

Good Practices in Migrant Integration: Trainer’s Manual,Warsaw: OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, 2018. With Nihad Bunar, Dominika Cieślikowska, Rebecca Keating, Ursula Trummer, Larry Olomoofe.

Book chapters:

“On Ukraine’s Geopolitical Identity: Public Opinion Dynamics on NATO Accession in the Aftermath of the War with Russia,” in: Ukraine after Maidan Revisiting Domestic and Regional Security, George Soroka and Tomasz Stepniewski (eds.) Hannover: ibidem Press | Columbia University Press, 2018: 135-150,

“Who’s Afraid of the “Big Bad Wolf”? – A Qualitative Assessment of Poles’ and Romanians’ Attitudes Towards the European Union”, in: C. Buzoianu, M. Bîră, G. Tudorie & A. Duduciuc (Eds.), Inquiring communication through qualitative research, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 2018.

“Economic Migration of Ukrainians to the European Union: A View from Poland,” in Pikulicka-Wilczewska, Agnieszka and Greta Uehling, (eds.) Migration and the Ukraine Crisis: a Two-country Perspective, E-International Relations Publishing: Bristol, 2017: 78-99.

“Kryzys uchodźczy – sprawdzian ze skuteczności i solidarności (Refugee Crisis – a Test in Efficiency and Solidarity)” in: Niżnik, Józef (ed.) Geopolityczne powiązania Europy, a system polityczny Unii Europejskiej i możliwe kierunki jego ewolucji, Komitet Prognoz Polska 2000+ przy Prezydium PAN, Warszawa 2016.

“The EU Failed, We Need More EU? The Public Perceptions of the EU and European Integration in the Context of Russian-Ukrainian Military Conflict and the ‘Migration Crisis’”, in Bargaoanu, Alina, Buturoiu, Raluca and Loredana Radu (eds.) Why Europe? Narrative and Counter-Narrative of European Integration, Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main, 2017, :169-184.

“Narrowing the Gap: Convergence of German and Polish Public Opinion towards the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict”, in: Bajor, Piotr and Kamila Scholl-Mazuerk (eds) Eastern Chessboard: Geopolitical Determinants and Challenges in Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus, Księgarnia Akademicka: Kraków, 2015.

“Inhabiting Heteroglossic Media Spaces: Intra-group transitions, identity construction and the language-media interface of ‘Bradfordian Poles’” (with C. Husband) in: Living Languages in Bilingual Media Environments, Husband and Moring (ed.) NORDICOM, Helsinki, 2011.

“Gendered Migration? The Analysis of Non-Governmental Organisations Working on Migrant Integration in Poland”(In Polish: Czy migracja ma płeć? Analiza organizacji pozarządowych działających na rzecz migrantów w Polsce), in: „W Poszukiwaniu nowych wzorów integracji cudzoziemców”, Grot, K. i J.Seges Frelak (ed.), Institute of Public Affairs, Warszawa, 2012.

“Parallel worlds: self-perception of Poles in Great Britain(in Polish: “Światy równoległe – wizerunek własny Polaków w Wielkiej Brytanii”) in: Dyskusje o integracji. Wybór tekstów Polskiego Forum Integracyjnego, J. Frelak (ed.), ISP, Warszawa, 2011.

“Poland after 2005 elections: Domestic Discontent or EU Backlash?” (with J. Kucharczyk), in: Democracy and Populism in Central Europe: The Visegrad Elections and Their Aftermath, M. Butora et al. (ed.), IVO, Bratislava, 2007: 81-98.

The Role of National Parliaments under the European Constitutional Treaty” in Multilevel Governance: Patterns and Degrees of Political Integration. The EU Eastern Enlargement Challenge”, J. Niżnik (ed.), IFiS Publishers, Warsaw 2006: 179-192.

Articles in peer-reviewed journals:

“The Unlikely Eurosceptics: the Undercurrent anti-European Attitudes among the Young Poles and the Role of the Domestic Context”, Polish Sociological Review, 2017 (2): 141—165.

“Populism and Protest in Poland” (With Jacek Kucharczyk), Journal of Democracy, October 2016, Volume 27, Number 4, 58-68.

“At 25 is Ukraine any closer to Europe?”, New Eastern Europe, 6/2016.

“Understanding Russia? Helping Ukraine? Poles and Germans on the Russo-Ukrainian Conflict”, Historie, Otazky, Problemy. European Civilisation and the World between Conflicts, Cooperation and Dialogue, 2016/2, 8: 103-117.

“Integracja Europejska jako Samokolonizacja”, Czas Kultury, 4/2016: 100-107.

“Ukrainians in Poland: In pursuit of a better life?”, New Eastern Europe, 1/2016.

“Media use and ethnolinguistic vitality in bilingual communities” (with Moring, T., Husband, C., Lojander-Visapää, C., Vincze, L., Mänty, N.), Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development, 2011.

“Immigration Policy Debates and their Significance for Multiculturalism in Britain”, Polish Sociological Review, 1(169) 2010: 57-86.

The Rise and Fall of Fascism in Britain”, Scientific Works of the Kamyanets Podilsky State University (Naukovi Pratsi Kamyanets-Podilskogo Natsionalnoho Universytetu), 7, v. 1, 2008: 94-97.

The Failure of British Multiculturalism? Lessons for Europe”, Polish Sociological Review, IV/2006: 409-425.

Reports, policy papers:

Language, Identity, Politics: the Myth of Two Ukraines, Bertelsmann Foundation, Berlin 2014.

Polska – Ukraina, Polacy – Ukraińcy. Spojrzenie przez Granicę, (with J. Konieczna, i Ł. Wenerski), Institute of Public Affairs, Warszawa, 2013.

EU-Russia Visa Facilitation and Liberalisation. State of Play and Prospects for the Future (with O. Korneev, A. Sembayeva, P. van Elsuwege, V. Voynikov), EU-Russia Civil Society Forum, 2013.

Granica polsko-ukraińska podczas Euro 2012: Odprawa w jednym miejscu receptą na zwiększenie przepustowości przejść granicznych, Batory Foundation, Warszawa, 2013, (with Horbowski, T., i M. Szulecka).

Local Border Traffic Agreement for the Kaliningrad Region: a Success Story of the Polish Presidency and a Trust-building Exercise for Poland and Russia, Batory Foundation, Warszawa, 2011.

Granica do naprawy. Problemy pogranicza Polski i Ukrainy, (eds. with J. Konieczna), Batory Foundation, Warszawa, 2012

Wizerunek Polski i Polaków w Wielkiej Brytanii, Institute of Public Affairs, Warszawa, 2011.

Po drugiej stronie lustra. Obraz Polski i Polaków w mediach ukraińskich, (with Natalya Ryabinska), Institute of Public Affairs, Warszawa, Warszawa, 2011.

‘Next Stopski London’. Public Perceptions of Labour Migration within the EU. The Case of Polish Labour Migrants in the British Press, (with Justyna Frelak) Institute of Public Affairs, Warszawa, 2008.

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Joanna Fomina  is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw. She earned a Master’s degree in English from Jagiellonian University, Krakow; a Master’s degree in British Studies from Humboldt University, Berlin; and her Ph.D. in sociology from the Polish Academy of Sciences. She worked as Migration Expert at the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights and also coordinated the Europe without Barriers international coalition of NGOs working toward EU visa liberalization for the Eastern Partnership countries. Her academic interests include EU integration, migration and migrant integration policies, Euroskepticism and populism, and democratization and transformation in Central and Eastern Europe.

Research projects

2016-2019 Agents of Change? Civic participation and political activism of political imigrants from Russia to the EU states and transnational political remittances. Polish National Scientific Center grant – project leader

2014-2015 Euroscepticism in New EU Member States: the case of Poland and Romania, IFIS, Polish Academy of Sciences

2013-2014 Nothing about Us Without Us. Civic Participation of Poles in the UK, Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw

2013-2014 Polish-Ukrainian Border during the Euro-2012 Football Championship: Best Practices, Batory Foundation, Warsaw

2012-2014 Eastern Partnership Visa Liberalisation Index, Batory Foundation, Warsaw, project leader

2013 The Perception of Poland and Poles in Ukraine and of Ukrainians and Ukraine in Poland, Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw

2008-2011 Bilingualism, Identity and the Media in Inter- and Intra-cultural Comparisons (BIM), funded by the Finnish Academy, research on Polish migrants and Polish diaspora in the UK, led by prof. Charles Husband, University of Bradford and prof. Tom Moring, University of Helsinki

2010 The Perception of Poland and Poles in Ukraine, the Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw, Poland

2010 Perception of Poles and Poland in Great Britain, the Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw, Poland

2009 Gender and Citizenship in a Multicultural Context project, University of Warsaw, project funded by the European Commission, led by prof. Małgorzata Fuszara, University of Warsaw

2009 Gender and Citizenship in a Multicultural Context: Women Political Participation project, funded by the European Commission, led by prof. Małgorzata Fuszara, Warsaw University

2007 The perception of Polish migrants in the British press project, the Institute of Public Affairs, Poland

Other

Books:

Lived Diversities: space, place and identities in the multi-ethnic city, Bristol: Policy Press, 2014. (With Husband, Charles, Alam, Yunas and Joerg Huttermann)

Migration and Diversity in Europe: Lessons from British Multiculturalism, VDM Dr Mueller Verlag, Saarbrucken, 2010.

Handbooks:

Good Practices in Migrant Integration: Trainee’s Manual. Warsaw: OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, 2018. With Nihad Bunar, Dominika Cieślikowska, Rebecca Keating, Ursula Trummer, Larry Olomoofe.

Good Practices in Migrant Integration: Trainer’s Manual,Warsaw: OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights, 2018. With Nihad Bunar, Dominika Cieślikowska, Rebecca Keating, Ursula Trummer, Larry Olomoofe.

Book chapters:

“On Ukraine’s Geopolitical Identity: Public Opinion Dynamics on NATO Accession in the Aftermath of the War with Russia,” in: Ukraine after Maidan Revisiting Domestic and Regional Security, George Soroka and Tomasz Stepniewski (eds.) Hannover: ibidem Press | Columbia University Press, 2018: 135-150,

“Who’s Afraid of the “Big Bad Wolf”? – A Qualitative Assessment of Poles’ and Romanians’ Attitudes Towards the European Union”, in: C. Buzoianu, M. Bîră, G. Tudorie & A. Duduciuc (Eds.), Inquiring communication through qualitative research, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 2018.

“Economic Migration of Ukrainians to the European Union: A View from Poland,” in Pikulicka-Wilczewska, Agnieszka and Greta Uehling, (eds.) Migration and the Ukraine Crisis: a Two-country Perspective, E-International Relations Publishing: Bristol, 2017: 78-99.

“Kryzys uchodźczy – sprawdzian ze skuteczności i solidarności (Refugee Crisis – a Test in Efficiency and Solidarity)” in: Niżnik, Józef (ed.) Geopolityczne powiązania Europy, a system polityczny Unii Europejskiej i możliwe kierunki jego ewolucji, Komitet Prognoz Polska 2000+ przy Prezydium PAN, Warszawa 2016.

“The EU Failed, We Need More EU? The Public Perceptions of the EU and European Integration in the Context of Russian-Ukrainian Military Conflict and the ‘Migration Crisis’”, in Bargaoanu, Alina, Buturoiu, Raluca and Loredana Radu (eds.) Why Europe? Narrative and Counter-Narrative of European Integration, Peter Lang: Frankfurt am Main, 2017, :169-184.

“Narrowing the Gap: Convergence of German and Polish Public Opinion towards the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict”, in: Bajor, Piotr and Kamila Scholl-Mazuerk (eds) Eastern Chessboard: Geopolitical Determinants and Challenges in Eastern Europe and the South Caucasus, Księgarnia Akademicka: Kraków, 2015.

“Inhabiting Heteroglossic Media Spaces: Intra-group transitions, identity construction and the language-media interface of ‘Bradfordian Poles’” (with C. Husband) in: Living Languages in Bilingual Media Environments, Husband and Moring (ed.) NORDICOM, Helsinki, 2011.

“Gendered Migration? The Analysis of Non-Governmental Organisations Working on Migrant Integration in Poland”(In Polish: Czy migracja ma płeć? Analiza organizacji pozarządowych działających na rzecz migrantów w Polsce), in: „W Poszukiwaniu nowych wzorów integracji cudzoziemców”, Grot, K. i J.Seges Frelak (ed.), Institute of Public Affairs, Warszawa, 2012.

“Parallel worlds: self-perception of Poles in Great Britain(in Polish: “Światy równoległe – wizerunek własny Polaków w Wielkiej Brytanii”) in: Dyskusje o integracji. Wybór tekstów Polskiego Forum Integracyjnego, J. Frelak (ed.), ISP, Warszawa, 2011.

“Poland after 2005 elections: Domestic Discontent or EU Backlash?” (with J. Kucharczyk), in: Democracy and Populism in Central Europe: The Visegrad Elections and Their Aftermath, M. Butora et al. (ed.), IVO, Bratislava, 2007: 81-98.

The Role of National Parliaments under the European Constitutional Treaty” in Multilevel Governance: Patterns and Degrees of Political Integration. The EU Eastern Enlargement Challenge”, J. Niżnik (ed.), IFiS Publishers, Warsaw 2006: 179-192.

Articles in peer-reviewed journals:

“The Unlikely Eurosceptics: the Undercurrent anti-European Attitudes among the Young Poles and the Role of the Domestic Context”, Polish Sociological Review, 2017 (2): 141—165.

“Populism and Protest in Poland” (With Jacek Kucharczyk), Journal of Democracy, October 2016, Volume 27, Number 4, 58-68.

“At 25 is Ukraine any closer to Europe?”, New Eastern Europe, 6/2016.

“Understanding Russia? Helping Ukraine? Poles and Germans on the Russo-Ukrainian Conflict”, Historie, Otazky, Problemy. European Civilisation and the World between Conflicts, Cooperation and Dialogue, 2016/2, 8: 103-117.

“Integracja Europejska jako Samokolonizacja”, Czas Kultury, 4/2016: 100-107.

“Ukrainians in Poland: In pursuit of a better life?”, New Eastern Europe, 1/2016.

“Media use and ethnolinguistic vitality in bilingual communities” (with Moring, T., Husband, C., Lojander-Visapää, C., Vincze, L., Mänty, N.), Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development, 2011.

“Immigration Policy Debates and their Significance for Multiculturalism in Britain”, Polish Sociological Review, 1(169) 2010: 57-86.

The Rise and Fall of Fascism in Britain”, Scientific Works of the Kamyanets Podilsky State University (Naukovi Pratsi Kamyanets-Podilskogo Natsionalnoho Universytetu), 7, v. 1, 2008: 94-97.

The Failure of British Multiculturalism? Lessons for Europe”, Polish Sociological Review, IV/2006: 409-425.

Reports, policy papers:

Language, Identity, Politics: the Myth of Two Ukraines, Bertelsmann Foundation, Berlin 2014.

Polska – Ukraina, Polacy – Ukraińcy. Spojrzenie przez Granicę, (with J. Konieczna, i Ł. Wenerski), Institute of Public Affairs, Warszawa, 2013.

EU-Russia Visa Facilitation and Liberalisation. State of Play and Prospects for the Future (with O. Korneev, A. Sembayeva, P. van Elsuwege, V. Voynikov), EU-Russia Civil Society Forum, 2013.

Granica polsko-ukraińska podczas Euro 2012: Odprawa w jednym miejscu receptą na zwiększenie przepustowości przejść granicznych, Batory Foundation, Warszawa, 2013, (with Horbowski, T., i M. Szulecka).

Local Border Traffic Agreement for the Kaliningrad Region: a Success Story of the Polish Presidency and a Trust-building Exercise for Poland and Russia, Batory Foundation, Warszawa, 2011.

Granica do naprawy. Problemy pogranicza Polski i Ukrainy, (eds. with J. Konieczna), Batory Foundation, Warszawa, 2012

Wizerunek Polski i Polaków w Wielkiej Brytanii, Institute of Public Affairs, Warszawa, 2011.

Po drugiej stronie lustra. Obraz Polski i Polaków w mediach ukraińskich, (with Natalya Ryabinska), Institute of Public Affairs, Warszawa, Warszawa, 2011.

‘Next Stopski London’. Public Perceptions of Labour Migration within the EU. The Case of Polish Labour Migrants in the British Press, (with Justyna Frelak) Institute of Public Affairs, Warszawa, 2008.

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