dr Małgorzata Kułakowska

Position: Assistant Professor

A graduate in both political science and sociology. An author of more than a dozen articles devoted to British politics and society, multiculturalism and migration, and a monograph on community cohesion project in the United Kingdom (Searching for community cohesion. British policies 2001-2010, 2018). Also a co-editor of three books (Studies on multiculturalism, 2010; Facets of election campaigns in 2015, 2016 - both in Polish, and Political Science in Europe at the Beginning of the 21st Century, 2015) and an Editorial Assistant of an academic journal „Teoria Polityki”.

Research Interests: 

Her research interests focus on two areas. First of all, the analysis of contemporary transformations of British society, with particular emphasis on the relations between ethnocultural communities in the context of such political changes as devolution or Brexit. Secondly, broadly understood political anthropology, focusing on the analysis of the concept of culture and its significance in power relations. Consequently, she is also interested in related research methods, mostly of qualitative and interpretive character. Both areas of interest fall within the scope of political sociology. 

Personal website: http://www.kulakowska.wordpress.com