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Aleksandra Grzymała-Kazłowska, Ph.D. / Associate Professor

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profesor uczelni
Department of Social Anthropology and Ethnic and Migration Studies

Pokój: 211


Scientific activity

2020 – Associate Professor (University Professor)

2017 – Habilitation, Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Warsaw

2005 – Ph.D., Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology, University of Warsaw

2000 – Master’s degree, Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw

Scientific interests

new sociological theories, issues of identity and institutional and demographic changes in societies, sociology of ethnicity, migration studies

Selected publications
  • 2023: (with Liam O’Farrell Where is agency in the context of urban transformation? Exploring the narratives of institutional stakeholders and community activists in Birmingham, “Urban Studies”
  • 2022: (with Louise Ryan) Bringing anchoring and embedding together: theorising migrants’ lives over-time, “Comparative Migration Studies (CMS)”
  • 2017: (with A. Brzozowska) From Drifting to Anchoring. Capturing the Experience of Ukrainian Migrants in Poland, „Central and Eastern European Migration Review” 6 (online first), 1–22.
  • 2016: Social Anchoring: Immigrant Identity, Adaptation and Integration Reconnected?, „Sociology: The Journal of the British Sociological Association” 50 (6), 1123–1139.
  • 2014: (with H. Grzymała-Moszczyńska) The Anguish of Repatriation: Immigration to Poland and Integration of Polish Descendants from Kazakhstan, „East European Politics and Societies and Cultures” 28 (3), 593–613.
  • 2014: The Role of Different Forms of Bridging Capital for Immigrant Adaptation and Upward Mobility: The Case of Ukrainian and Vietnamese Immigrants Settled in Poland, „Ethnicities” 15 (3), 460–490.
  • 2012: (with H. Grzymała-Moszczyńska) Repatrianci z Kazachstanu – charakterystyka i główne problem adaptacyjne, Warszawa: Komitet Badań nad Migracjami PAN.


Projects in progress

Poprawa warunków życia i pracy gospodarstw domowych migrantów o nieuregulowanym statusie w Europie (I-CLAIM)