Edited By Dariusz Jemielniak
Małgorzata Adamczyk is a research and teaching assistant on a PhD track at Kozminski University with a background in cultural studies and law. Her research interests evolve around netnography, cultural clashes and contradicting identities in social media and offline, and collaboration between virtual communities and the „offline world“. Last year she was awarded the first prize at the Polish Academy of Sciences’s competition for the best thesis in the field of gender studies for her soon-to-be-published MA thesis „Between writing and leaving a testimony“ (defended in 2012 at the University of Warsaw and, in co-tutelle, at Université Sorbonne Paris IV).
Marta Bucholc (born 1978) is an assistant professor at the Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw, Poland. She obtained her Ph. D. in sociology in 2006. In the years 2010-2011 she was a Bronisław Geremek Junior Visiting Fellow at the Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen in Vienna, Austria. In the years 2012-2013 she was a fellow at Käte-Hamburger-Kolleg „Recht als Kultur“ in Bonn, Germany. Her research focus is the history of social theory and sociology of knowledge. Her recent books include Konserwatywna utopia kapitalizmu (Warsaw 2012) and Samotność długodystansowca. Na obrzeżach socjologii Norberta Eliasa (Warsaw 2013). She translated into Polish several books, including The Sociological Imagination by Charles Wright Mills, Purity and Danger by Mary Douglas and Le Temps de Tribus by Michel Maffesoli.
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