Institute of History and International Relations

Structure

The present Institute of History and International Relations consists of 9 Departments and has 35 full-time academics, over 20 doctoral students and some 700 students taking taught B.A and M.A. courses.

Rated very well in a recent external review, the IHiSM enjoys interesting educational programme and a research profile in a number of areas, first of all the political, social, ecclesiastical and cultural history of Poland from the Middle Ages to the present day and history and international relations of Middle and Eastern Europe, especially German, Czech and Russia. Research is also undertaken in other fields including archaeology, ancient Rome and barbarian zones, cultural topics and historiography, prosopography, refugees, Jewish history and totalitarianism. 

Structure

 

Department for Archaeology and Ancient Civilizations
head: Janusz Ostoja-Zagórski, PhD Habil., Full Professor

Department for Medieval History
head: Jacek Maciejewski, PhD Habil., Full Professor
jmac@ukw.edu.pl 

Department for Modern History
head: Marek Zieliński, PhD Habil., Associate Professor

Department for History of Art and the Culture, 
head: Aleksander Jankowski, PhD Habil., Associate Professor

Department for History of International Relations of XIXth and XXth Centuries
head: Albert Kotowski, PhD Habil., Full Professor 

Department for General Contemporary History and Migrations in History
head: Aleksander Lasik, PhD Habil., Associate Professor 

Department for Contemporary History of Poland
head: Andrzej Zaćmiński, PhD Habil., Associate Professor 

Department for Auxiliary Sciences and History of Historiographical Research
head: Tomasz Nowakowski, PhD Habil., Full Professor

Department of Didactic of History and European Education
head: Zdzisław Biegański, PhD Habil., Associate Professor