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Middle East and Central Asia Unit : Middle East and Central Asia Unit | SGH Warsaw School of Economics
Middle East and Central Asia Unit
 

 middle east and central asia unit

 
​The Middle East and Central Asia Unit was established in April 2018 within the Department of Political Studies. The research covers a region, which has it center in the Middle East and Central Asia, while reaching out farther to North Africa, Europe or Far East - as long as it focuses on local Muslim communities. The staff consists of five employees - two associate professors, two assistant professors and one reserach assistant. On this website we present our academic activities (also previous to 2018), while some of our activity is available at the Department of Political Studies website.

CURRENTLY WORKING ON:

Prof. Katarzyna Górak-Sosnowska is carrying out her projects:
is involved in one more as project coordinator at SGH University administration towards academic excellence (funded by Ministry of Education and Science led by Nicolaus Copernicus Universityand is looking forward to start a new project: Digital Islam across Europe: Understanding Muslims’ Participation in Online Islamic Environments; funded within CHANSE - Collaboration of Humanities and Social Sciences in Europe PL: Prof. Frederic Volpi (university of Edinburgh) (to be launched in October 2022)


Dr Monika Krukowska
  • is finishing her monograh on China’s economic and political engagement in Africa, which is supposed to be her habilitation thesis.
  • In 2021 the project How to become a superpower? A strategic game under the supervision of dr M. Krukowska will begin, financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.

Prof. Joanna Modrzejewska-Leśniewska

Dr Agnieszka Syliwoniuk-Wapowska is engaged in two Erasmus+ Strategic Partnerships projects Navigating Social Worlds: Toolbox for Social Inquiry (2021-2023) and SensiClass: tackling sensitive topics in a classroom (2019-2022)


 
 
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