University of Warsaw
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Anna Wojciuk, Associate Professor of political science at the University of Warsaw (Institute of International Relations). She specialises in international relations theory and in educational policy. Wojciuk graduated from the Institute of International Relations, University of Warsaw and the Institute of Philosophy, University of Warsaw. She was a Ph.D. student in the Graduate School for Social Research, Polish Academy of Sciences (2005-2009). She defended her Ph.D. in International Relations at the University of Warsaw (Ph.D. dissertation: Evolution of the Notion of Power in the Theory of International Relations and its Analytical Applications).
Anna Wojciuk was a Fernand Braudel Fellow at the EUI, Florence (2017/18), Visiting fellow at Harvard University (Department of Government and Harvard Kennedy School of Government, 2008/2009), a Visiting scholar at Columbia University in New York (School of International and Public Affairs, 2008), in European University Institute in Florence (2013 and 2017/18 as Fernand Braudel Fellow), Cornell University (2016), and at CERI Sciences-Po in Paris (Chercheur invité, 2009).
Her publications include: Empires of Knowledge in International Relations. Education and Science as Sources of Power for the State, Routledge 2018 and co-authored with Jacek Czaputowicz International Relations in Poland. 25 Years After the Transition to Democracy, Palgrave 2017.