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Professor Adam Walaszek
1981 Ph.D. Jagiellonian University (Return Migration from the United States to Poland after World War I: 1919?1924); 1989 habilitation; 1995, June full professorship in history
1991-1997, 1998 - 2005 head of the History Department of the Polonia Institute
Jan. 2005 head of the History Department of the Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora, Jagiellonian University
1993-1996 director of the Polonia Institute, Jagiellonian University
2004- present: Deputy Director in the Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora, Jagiellonian University; reelected until the year 2008
1993 – 1998 – member of the Board Council of the Polish American Historical Association, USA
1991 – present Polonia Research Committee of the Polish Academy of Sciences,
1991 – 2003 member of the editorial board of Przeglad Polonijny (Polonia Review
2004 – present Editor-in-Chief of Przegląd Polonijny (quarterly published by the Polish Academy of Sciences)
1999 - present: member of the editorial board of Dve Domoviny/Two Homelands (Ljubliana, Slovenia)
1999 – present: member of the editorial board Polish and Polish American Studies Series, Ohio University Press, Athens, USA
1999 – present: member of the editorial board of the Central European Studies of the University of Rochester Press, Univ. of Rochester, USA
2003 – present: member of he Scientific Council of the Centre de documentation sur les migrations humaines, Dudelange, Luxemburg
1994 Joseph Swastek Award for the best article published in the Polish American Studies
2000 Golden Cross of Merit of the Republic of Poland
2003 The Award for publication of Polish Diaspora book by the World Research Council on Poles Abroad
2005 Mieczysław Haiman Award of Polish American Historical Association for outstanding merits to the study of Polish American ethnic group
Participation in 73 international conferences in Europe, U.S.A., Camada and Australia
(with papers presented and commenting) some of the seesions I organized.
- Education and migration
- Migration politics in Europe
- Migration research
- Migration worldwide/in Europe
- Walaszek,Adam (2007) Migracje Europejczyków 1650-1914, Kraków: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego( a book).
Walaszek Adam, 1995, "Preserving or Transforming Role? Migrants and Polish Territories in the Era of the Mass Migration," in: People in Transit: German Migrations in Comparative Perspective, 1829-1930, ed. Dirk Hoerder, Jörg Nagler (Cambridge U. Press, Cambridge 1995), 101-124.
Walaszek Adam, 2003, "Labor Diasporas in Comparative Perspective: Polish and Italian Migrant Workers in the Atlantic World between the 1870s and the 1920s," in: The Historical Practice of Diversity. Transcultural Interactions from the Early Modern Mediterranean to the Postcolonial World , eds. D. Hoerder, C. Harzig, A.Shubert, New York-Oxford: Berghahn Books, 152-176.
Walaszek Adam, 2002, "Polish Americans," in: Identity, Conflict, and Cooperation. Central Europeans in leveland, 1850-1930, ed. D.C. Hammack, D.L. Grabowski, J.J. Grabowski, Cleveland: Western Reserve Historical Society, 185-248.
Walaszek adam (D.R. Gabaccia,D. Hoerder co-authors),2007, "Emigration and Nation-Building during the Mass Migrations from Europe," in Citizenship and Those who Leave: The Politics of Emigration and Expatriation, ed. Nancy L. Green and François Weil (Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press, 63-90.
Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora, Jagiellonian University, Rynek Gl. 34 31-010 Krakow, Poland
Professor Adam Walaszek