Resources

Our own writing

Gawlewicz A (2020) Do we need other ‘posts’ in migration studies? Polish migration to the UK through a postdependence lens. Area, 52(3): 523– 530.

Narkowicz K and Pędziwiatr K (2017) From unproblematic to contentious: Mosques in Poland. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 43(3): 441-457.

Narkowicz K and Pędziwiatr K (2017) Saving and fearing Muslim women in ‘post-communist’ Poland: Troubling Catholic and secular Islamophobia. Gender, Place and Culture, 24(2): 288-299.

Publications in English 

Balogun B and Joseph-Salisbury R (2020) Black/white mixed-race experiences of race and racism in Poland, Ethnic and Racial Studies (early view)

Buchowski M (2006) The Specter of orientalism in Europe: From exotic other to stigmatized brother. Anthropological Quarterly, 79: 463– 482. 

Burrell K (2011) The enchantment of western things: children’s material encounters in late socialist Poland. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 36(1): 143-156.

Cervinkova H (2012) Postcolonialism, postsocialism and the anthropology of east-central Europe. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 48(2): 155-163.

Chari S and Verdery K (2009) Thinking between the posts: Postcolonialism, postsocialism, and ethnography after the Cold War. Comparative Studies in Society and History, 51(01): 6-34.

Dzenovska D (2013) Historical agency and the coloniality of power in postsocialist Europe. Anthropological Theory, 13: 394– 416. 

Imre A (2005) Whiteness in post-socialist Eastern Europe: The time of the Gypsies, the end of race. In AJ López (ed.) Postcolonial Whiteness: A Critical Reader On Race and Empire (pp. 79-100). Albany: State University of New York Press.

Janion M (2011) Farewell to Poland? The uprising of a nation. Baltic Worlds, 4: 4-13.

Kalmar I (2020) “The East is just like the West, only more so”: Islamophobia and populism in Eastern Germany and the East of the European Union. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 28(1): 15-29.

Kalmar I (2020) Islamophobia and anti-anti-Semitism: The case of Hungary and the ‘Soros plot’. Patterns of Prejudice, 60(1): 1-18.

Kalmar I (2018) Islamophobia in the East of the European Union: An introduction. Patterns of Prejudice, 52(5): 389–405.

Kołodziejczyk D and Şandru C (2012) Introduction: On colonialism, communism and east-central Europe – some reflections. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 48(2): 113-116.

Kuus M (2004) Europe’s eastern expansion and the reinscription of otherness in East-Central Europe. Progress in Human Geography, 28(4): 472-489.

Mayblin L, Piekut A and Valentine G (2016) ‘Other’ posts in ‘other’ places: Poland through a postcolonial lens? Sociology, 50(1): 60-76.

Marciniak K (2009) Post-socialist hybrids. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 12(2): 173-190.

Nycz R (2014) Polish post-colonial and/or post-dependence studies. Teksty Drugie, 1: 5-11.

Owczarzak J (2009) Introduction: Postcolonial studies and postsocialism in Eastern Europe. Focaal, 53: 3-19.

Pagulich L (2020) New Lovers…? as Patriots and Citizens: Thinking beyond Homonationalism and Promises of Freedom (the Ukrainian Case). In K Wiedlack, S Shoshanova and M Godovannaya (eds) Queering Paradigms VIII: Queer-Feminist Solidarity and the East/West Divide. Oxford: Peter Lang.

Rexhepi P (2016) From orientalism to homonationalism: Queer politics, islamophobia and europeanization in Kosovo. Southeastern Europe 40(1): 32-53.

Rexhepi P (2016) EUrientation anxieties: Islamic sexualities and the construction of Europeanness. In Z Krajina and N Blanuša (eds) EU, Europe Unfinished: Mediating Europe and the Balkans in a time of crisis (pp. 145-161). Rowman & Littlefield International.

Rexhepi P (2017) Unmapping Islam in Eastern Europe periodization and Muslim subjectivities in the Balkans. In I Kacandes and Y Komska (eds) Eastern Europe unmapped: Beyond borders and peripheries (pp. 53-78). Berghahn Books.

Snochowska-Gonzalez C (2012) Post-colonial Poland—On an unavoidable misuse. East European Politics and Societies, 26(4): 708-723.

Stenning A (2005) Post-socialism and the changing geographies of the everyday in Poland. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 30(1): 113-127.

Tlostanova M (2012) Postsocialist ≠ postcolonial? On post-Soviet imaginary and global coloniality. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 48(2): 130-142.

Tlostanova M (2016) Decolonising East European memory: Between Post-dependence traumas and Neo-imperial Obsessions. In I Gubenko, D Hanovs and V Malahovskis (eds) The New Heroes – the Old Victims. Politics of Memory in Russia and the Baltics (pp. 16-29). Riga: Zinatne.

Verdery K (1996) Nationalism, Postsocialism, and Space in Eastern Europe. Social Research, 63(1): 77-95.

Publications in other languages

Gosk H (2010) Opowieści “skolonizowanego/kolonizatora”. W kręgu studiów postzależnościowych nad literaturą polską XX i XXI wieku [The coloniser/colonised tales. Postdependence studies on Polish XX and XXI-century literature]. Kraków: Universitas.

Janion M (2006) Niesamowita Słowiańszczyzna [Uncanny Slavdom]. Kraków: Wydawnictwo Literackie.

Kołodziejczyk D (2011) Postkolonialny transfer na Europę Środkowo-Wschodnią [Postcolonial transfer on Central and Eastern Europe]. In R Nycz (ed.) Kultura po przejściach, osoby z przeszłością. Polski dyskurs postzależnościowy – konteksty i perspektywy badawcze [Culture with a past, people with a past. Polish postdependence discourse – contexts and research perspectives] (pp. 117-136). Kraków: Universitas.

Nycz R (2011) Wprowadzenie. “Nie leczony chroniczny pogłos”. Trzy uwagi o polskim dyskursie postzależnościowym [Introduction. Three comments on the Polish postdependence discourse] In R Nycz (ed.) Kultura po przejściach, osoby z przeszłością. Polski dyskurs postzależnościowy – konteksty i perspektywy badawcze [Culture with history, people with past. Polish postdependence discourse – research perspectives] (pp. 7-12). Kraków: Universitas.