Researchers

Olga Linkiewicz

PhD awarded (date and institution):

October 15, 2009, IH PAN

Further academic qualifications:

Specialisation:

history of Eastern Europe in the 20th century, history of social sciences, social history, memory, Polish–Ukrainian relations

Additional information

Department/Section:
Department of the Social History of the 19th and 20th Centuries

Website:
https://pan-pl.academia.edu/OlgaLinkiewicz

Participation recent projects:
1.
“Studia nad etnosem i rasą w Polsce a międzynarodowy obieg wiedzy 1918–1952” [“Studies on ethnos and race in Poland and the international circulation of knowledge, 1918–1952”], own project, NCN-funded, 2017/18.
2. “Love–Work–Violence: Rural Societies and New Research Perspectives”, participant, GWZO Leipzig, 2014–2020.

Selected publications:

1. Lokalność i nacjonalizm. Społeczności wiejskie w Galicji Wschodniej w dwudziestoleciu międzywojennym, Kraków, 2018 [in press].
2. “Toward Expertocracy: The Scientific Debates on Applied Knowledge in Interwar Poland”, in: A New Organon: Science Studies in Interwar Poland, eds. F. Cain, B. Kleeberg, Tübingen, 2018 [in press].
3.
“Bearers of Local Stories: Memories of the Eastern Borderlands and the Grand Narratives of the Polish Kresy”, in: Imaginations and Configurations of Polish Society: From the Middle Ages through the Twentieth Century, eds. Y. Kleinmann et al., Göttingen, 2017, pp. 335–354.
4. “Networks of Memory Production: The Case of the Galician Town of Śniatyn/Снятин/ סניאטין”, Studia Kulturoznawcze. Pamięć Kulturowa. Teorie, Problemy, Perspektywy, 1 (11) (2017), pp. 149–173.
5. “Żydzi, rasa i rasizm w międzywojennej Polsce / Jews, Race, and Racism in Interwar Poland”, in: Krew. Łączy i dzieli / Blood. Uniting and Dividing, ed. M. Stolarska-Fronia, Warszawa, 2017, pp. 156–169.
6.
Scientific Ideals and Political Engagement: Polish Ethnology and the ‘Ethnic Question’ between the Wars”, Acta Poloniae Historica. Social Sciences in East-Central Europe, 1918–1939, 114 (2016), pp. 5–27.
7. “Applied Modern Science and the Self-Politicization of Racial Anthropology in Interwar Poland”, Ab Imperio, 2 (2016), pp. 153–181.
8. “Ta Ukraina to ona w wojnie i w wojnie. Wyobrażenia o przeszłości w życiu społecznym zachodniej Ukrainy po 1991 roku”, in: Kultura i Społeczeństwo, vol. 59, no. 2 (2015), Ukraina przed przełomem 2014 roku i po, pp. 147–164.
9.Peasant Communities in Interwar Poland’s Eastern Borderlands: Polish Historiography and the Local Story”, Acta Poloniae Historica, 109 (2014), pp. 17–36.
10. [with A. Engelking] “Jan Falkowski (1901–ok. 1940)”, in: Etnografowie i ludoznawcy polscy: Sylwetki, szkice biograficzne, vol. 3, eds. A. Spiss, Z. Szromba-Rysowa, Wrocław–Kraków, 2010, pp. 61–71.
11. “Польско-украинские отношения межвоенного периода в современной польской историографии”, Белоруссия и Украина: История и культура, 2005/2006, 2008.
12. [with A. Chodkowska] Wstęp do inwentarza zespołu akt: Dokumenty niemieckie 1904–1951 (access: 22.11.2015).

Contact:

ola.linkiewicz@ihpan.edu.pl