Tomasz Stryjek is a researcher at the Institute of Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences (since 1996) and a senior lecturer at Collegium Civitas in Warsaw (since 2011). Currently he holds the position of professor at those two institutions. He earned his DSc (habilitation) degree in political science in 2008. He is experienced in managing joint projects with research institutions in Ukraine. He is now managing the project “Historical cultures in Transition: Negotiating Memory, History and Identity in the Contemporary Central and Eastern Europe” financed by Poland’s National Science Center.
Contemporary history and politics in Central and Eastern Europe, historical cultures, politics of memory.
Stryjek T. (2020). Współczesna Serbia I Chorwacja wobec własnej historii. Warsaw: ISP PAN – Scholar.
Stryjek T. (2020). Ukraine between the European Union and Russia since 1991: Does It Have to Be a Battlefield of Memories? In: Wylegała A., Głowacka-Grajper M. (Eds.) The Burden of The Past: History, Memory and Identity in Contemporary Ukraine. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 253-276.
Stryjek T. (2014). Ukraina przed końcem Historii. Szkice o polityce państw wobec pamięci. Warsaw: ISP PAN – Scholar.