Anthropos Doctoral School

From the 2019/2020 academic year, the Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences begins educating doctoral students at the Anthropos Doctoral School, Polish Academy of Sciences.

The Anthropos School was founded jointly by nine institutes of the Polish Academy of Sciences: the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, the Institute of Literary Research, the Stanisław Leszczycki Institute of Geography and Spatial Organisation, the Tadeusz Manteuffel Institute of History, the Ludwik and Aleksander Birkenmajer Institute for the History of Science, the Institute of Polish Language, the Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures, the Institute of Slavic Studies and the Institute of Art.

The leading unit of the Anthropos Doctoral School is the Institute of History, Polish Academy of sciences, and its office is in Warsaw at 29/31 Rynek Starego Miasta, room 42 (3rd floor).

The Anthropos Doctoral School offers a comprehensive educational programme which combines preparation for independent and team research work with specialist and interdisciplinary seminars. The most important principles of the School’s programme focus on the comprehensive preparation of doctoral students for independent work in the national and international academic environment, including the development of research skills (more).

Structure of the Anthropos Doctoral School

Head of the Anthropos Doctoral School

Dr Olga Linkiewicz
e-mail: ola.linkiewicz@ihpan.edu.pl
Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences, room. 42 (3rd floor)

Office

tel./fax: +48 537 333 993
e-mail: szkola.anthropos@ihpan.edu.pl
Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences, room. 42 (3rd floor)

Advisory Board of the Anthropos Doctoral School

Dr hab. Ewa Partyga, Associate Professor – Chair of the Advisory Board
Dr hab. Nicole Dołowy-Rybińska, Associate Professor – Deputy Chair of the Advisory Board
Dr hab. Dariusz Główka, Associate Professor
Dr hab. Jacek Wójcicki, Associate Professor
Dr hab. Marek Więckowski, Associate Professor
Dr hab. Adam Kożuchowski, Associate Professor
Dr hab. Jerzy Kaliszuk, Associate Professor
Dr hab. Michał Rzepiela, Associate Professor
Dr Henryk Meyza (Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures)

Coordinators

Institute of History, Polish Academy of Sciences: Dr Anna Nowakowska-Wierzchoś
e-mail: anowakowska@ihpan.edu.pl

Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, Polish Academy of Sciences: Dr Maria Dębińska
e-mail: mariadebinska@gmail.com

Institute of Literary Research, Polish Academy of Sciences: Mgr Marlena Sęczek
e-mail: marlena.seczek@ibl.waw.pl

Institute of Geography and Spatial Organisation, Polish Academy of Sciences: Dr hab. Mariusz Kowalski, Associate Professor
e-mail: mar.kow@twarda.pan.pl

Institute for the History of Science, Polish Academy of Sciences: Dr Alicja Urbanik-Kopeć
e-mail: alicja.urbanik@gmail.com

Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences: Dr Emil Popławski
e-mail: emil.poplawski@ijp.pan.pl

Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures, Polish Academy of Sciences: Dr Filip Taterka
e-mail: ftaterka@iksio.pan.pl

Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences: Dr Anna Boguska
e-mail: anna.boguska@ispan.waw.pl

Institute of Art., Polish Academy of Sciences: Dr hab. Ewa Manikowska, Associate Professor
e-mail: emanikowska@hotmail.com

Admission

The Anthropos Doctoral School, Polish Academy of Sciences invites applications for the 2020/2021 academic year. The School offers study programmes in archaeology, social and economic geography and spatial management, history, linguistics, literary studies, culture and religion studies, and art sciences. The courses will be taught by academic staff members of the following Institutes of the Polish Academy of Sciences: the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology, the Institute of Literary Research, the Stanisław Leszczycki Institute of Geography and Spatial Organisation, the Tadeusz Manteuffel Institute of History, the Ludwik and Aleksander Birkenmajer Institute for the History of Science, the Institute of Polish Language, the Institute of Mediterranean and Oriental Cultures, the Institute of Slavic Studies and the Institute of Art.

Applications to the Anthropos Doctoral School will be evaluated in a two-step procedure. The candidates who successfully pass an evaluation of their application files will be invited for an interview.

Full information on the admission procedure, required documents and deadlines is available on the website of the Anthropos Doctoral School: https://anthropos.edu.pl/zasady-naboru-na-rok-akademicki-2021-2022/

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