Jak komuniści chcieli, aby pamiętano komunizm

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Agata Zysiak


Prezentowany tekst to esej recenzyjny na temat książki Historical Memory of Central and East European Communism (pod redakcją Agnieszki Mrozik i Stanislava Holubeca, Routledge 2018).


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Zysiak, A. (2019). Jak komuniści chcieli, aby pamiętano komunizm. Praktyka Teoretyczna, 31(1), 156–167. https://doi.org/10.14746/prt.2019.1.8
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Agata Zysiak, Instytut Studiów Społecznych Uniwersytet Warszawski ul. Stawki 5/7, 00-183 Warszawa

Agata Zysiak – assistant professor at University of Warsaw, a sociologist of culture. Her research interests include historical sociology, biography, and modernity in Eastern Europe. She is the author of the award-winning book about the socialist university and upward mobility in postwar Poland, Punkty za pochodzenie (Points for Social Origin, 2016), and co-author of the recent volume From Cotton and Smoke: The Industrial City and Discourses of Asynchronous Modernity 1897–1994 (2018). In 2017–2018 a member at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton. Currently, she is a visiting scholar at the Weiser Center for Europe and Eurasia at the University of Michigan, where she continues her comparative research on the working class in Detroit and Lodz.


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