Department of European Subregional Studies
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The Main Research Premises
Research on Euroscepticism In European Union Member-States: to what extent financial, economic, social, communication, modernization, axiological, structural, democracy and legitimacy crisis is an immanent characteristic of the process of European integration
Is Eastern Policy of the European Union an effective means to form security, stability and growth in the countries of Eastern Europe?
British Studies – Methodological Aspects
Influence of the British Political Identity on United Kingdom’s European Integration Processes.
Józef Tymanowski, Prof: State Security Systems, System Transformations in Central and Eastern Europe, European Security;
Jacek Wojnicki, Prof: National and Religious Problems In Central and Eastern Europe, Urban European Agglomerations, Local Authorities in Europe, European Party Systems;
Marko Babić, PhD: The Western Balkans, Systems of Administration of the European Union Member-States, Political Systems of Central and Eastern European Countries;
Przemysław Biskup, PhD: Introduction to Law, Comparative History of European Constitutional and Political Systems, British Politics and the European Integration, Historical Visions of the European Integration, Contemporary Visions of the European Integration, Language workshops
Wojciech Lewandowski, PhD: Comic Books in American Culture, European Political Thought, Philosophy, Contemporary Social-Political Thought, Language workshops
Justyna Miecznikowska, PhD: European Party Systems, Integration processes in Europe, EU policies
Małgorzata Mizerska-Wrotkowska, PhD: International Public Law
Euroscepticism in the EU Member-States – ongoing Department’s Research Project
Crisis in the Process of European integration, the head of the Statutory Project: K.A.Wojtaszczyk
European Union Eastern Policy, prof. Józef Tymanowski, Statutory Research for 2011; findings published in “Russian Federation in the Process of Democratization”, ASPRA-JR, Warszawa 2011
European Union Eastern Policy, Józef Tymanowski, Statutory Research for 2012; findings published in.”Republic of Belorus between East and West”, 2012
Fear, Disobedience,Violence. Political power and the opposition to it in the dystopian "V For Vendetta" by Alan Moore. Research realized by Wojciech Lewandowski within the „Mloda Nauka” Programme, finannced by Faculty of Journalism and Political Science, University of Warsaw; Findings planned to be published in a book.
Influence of British Political Identity on United Kingdom’s Participation in European Integration Projects; Ministry of Science and Higher Education Research Grant No. N N116 434237; Chair of European Studies, Faculty of Journalism and Political Science, University of Warsaw; Project duration: October 2009–October 2012; Project manager: Przemysław Biskup
Great Britain, Research team: Przemysław Biskup, Małgorzata Kaczorowska, A Statutory Research Grant, Chair of European Studies, Faculty of Journalism and Political Science, University of Warsaw
Influence of Devolution United Kingdom’s European Policy: From Imperial to Post-Imperial Solutions, Research Team: F. Gołembski, Przemysław Biskup Małgorzata Kaczorowska, Wojciech Lewandowski, Krzysztof Winkler, Ministry of Science and Higher Education Research Grant No. N N116 712540, Chair of European Studies, Faculty of Journalism and Political Science, University of Warsaw
Methodological Aspects of the British Studies, Statutory Research Grant, Chair of European Studies, Faculty of Journalism and Political Science, University of Warsaw; Project duration: March 2011–March 2013; Research team: Franciszek Gołembski, Przemysław Biskup, Małgorzata Kaczorowska, Wojciech Lewandowski,Krzysztof Winkler, Jaroslaw Szczepanski.
The Bibliography of British and Commonwealth Studies in Poland (BBCSP) is a catalogue of broad range of publications concerning widely understood British and Commonwealth Socio-Political Studies (concerning the nations and peoples of the British Isles, the Commonwealth of Nations and former British colonies). Chairman of the Programming Board: Franciszek Gołembski Editors: Przemysław Biskup, Małgorzata Kaczorowska, Wojciech Lewandowski Members of the Editorial Board: Krzysztof Winkler, Adam Dąbrowski., Rafał Kamiński, Anna Krawczyk, Bartłomiej Pędzich, Jarosław Szczepański; The Research Group Britannia’s own Project granted no external financing.