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Ewa Helena Domanska

history educator

Ewa Helena Domanska, Polish history educator. Recipient scholarship, The Netherlands Organization for International Cooperative in Higher Education, The Netherlands, 1992-1993; grantee Fulbright Foundation, 1995-1996, Civic Education Project, 1998-1999, since 2001; Kosciuszko Foundation fellowship, 2000-2001.

Background

Domanska, Ewa Helena was born on December 20, 1963 in Poznan, Poland. Daughter of Zbigniew Zygmunt and Boqumila Kazimiera (Krzeminska) Domanska.

Education

Master of Arts, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, 1987. Doctor of Philosophy, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, 1995.

Career

Lecturer in history of philosophy Institute Philosophy Adam Mickiewicz University, Department History, Poznan, Poland, 1988—1995, assistant professor in theory of history, history of historiography Institute History Poland, 1995—2007, assistant professor theory & history historiography, 2002, associate professor theory and history historiography. Assistant professor comparative theory human & social science, department anthropology Stanford University, since 2007.

Works

book Encounters: Philosophy of History after Postmodernism
  • Encounters: Philosophy of History after Postmodernism

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    Frustrated with the usual methods of scholarly inquiry...)

  • Author (in Polish): Microhistories, 1999. Author: Unconventional History, 2006. Editor: Encounters: Philosophy of History After Postmodernism, 1998.

    Co-author (with Frank Ankersmit and Hans Kellner): Re-Figuring Hayden White, 2009. Co-author: (with Miroslaw Loba) French Theory in Poland, 2010. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Connections

father:
Zbigniew Zygmunt Domanska

mother:
Boqumila Kazimiera (Krzeminska) Domanska