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PH.D. STUDENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
FOR EUROPEAN ISLAM STUDIES


Aleksandra Grąbkowska, MA

MA - Institute of Western and Southern Slavonic Studies (Faculty of Polish Studies, Univeristy of Warsaw),
BA - Centre for Cross-Cultural Relations (Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw).

areas of research: Islam in Europe, Islam in the former Yugoslavian countries (with special attention to Slovenia and Bosnia and Hercegovina), cultural studies, media studies;
Ph.D. thesis on the image of Muslims in the Slovenian press after 11th Sept. 2001 (supervisor: Dr habil. Agata S. Nalborczyk).

lectures: history of Slovenia (ćwiczenia) - Institute of Western and Southern Slavonic Studies (Faculty of Polish Studies, University of Warsaw)



Magdalena Daniłowicz, MA




DEFENDED DOCTORAL THESES

  • Konrad Olgierd Zasztowt, (supervisor: Prof. Anna Parzymies)
  • Marta Widy-Behiesse, The works of Tariq Ramadan. The development of Muslim identity in Europe (Twórczość Tariqa Ramadana. Kształtowanie tożsamości muzułmańskiej w Europie) (supervisor: Prof. Anna Parzymies)
  • Michał Łabenda, Radical Muslim Movements in the Territory of the Fergana Valley in the 1990s Based on the Regional Writings (Radykalne ruchy muzułmańskie na terenie Doliny Fergańskiej w latach 90. XX w. na podstawie piśmiennictwa regionu) (supervisor: Prof. Anna Parzymies)
  • Agata Nalborczyk, Arabic Diglossia and Bilingualism (supervisor: Prof. Anna Parzymies)

FORMER PH.D. STUDENTS OF THE DEPARTMENT
FOR EUROPEAN ISLAM STUDIES

Konrad Zasztowt, MA

Konrad Zasztowt graduated from the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology and from the Centre for East European Studies at the University of Warsaw, and is now a Ph.D. student in the Department for European Islam Studies at the Faculty of Oriental Studies of the University of Warsaw.

In the years 2003-2005 he studied at Yeditepe University in Istanbul, Turkey. Since March 2008 he has worked at the National Security Bureau as a political analyst specializing in the South Caucasus and Central Asia.

Presently he is preparing a doctoral thesis on Islam of the Crimean Tatars and the ethno-confessional relations in Crimea.

Konrad Zasztowt is also an author of articles on Islam, ethnical, political and social issues and international relations in the region of the Black Sea (Crimea, Caucasus, Turkey) and Central Asia.