Project

Concilium Civitas is an independent initiative of Polish social scientists working at the world’s leading universities.
The concept is described in the initiative group’s manifesto.


Members of Concilium Civitas: Bart Bonikowski (Harvard), Paul H. Dembiński (Fribourg), Ladislau Dowbor (São Paulo), Grzegorz Ekiert (Harvard), Małgorzata Fidelis (Chicago), Marta Figlerowicz (Yale), Jan Grabowski (Ottawa), Jan Tomasz Gross (Princeton), Irena Grudzińska-Gross (Princeton), Anna Grzymała-Busse (Stanford), Anna Gwiazda (London), Krzysztof Jasiewicz (Lexington), Beata Javorcik (Oxford, EBRD), Maciej Kisilowski (Vienna), Elżbieta Korolczuk (Stockholm), Michał Kosiński (Stanford), Michał Krzyżanowski (Örebro, Liverpool), Martin Krygier (Sydney, Canberra), Jan Kubik (Rutgers, UCL), Georges Mink (Paris), Barbara Misztal (Leicester), Monika Nalepa (Chicago), Jan Pakulski (Hobart), Krzysztof Pomian (Paris), Adam Przeworski (New York), Wojciech Sadurski (Florence, Sydney), Jan Toporowski (London), Nina Witoszek (Oslo), Ania Zalewska (Bath), Jan Zielonka (Oxford).

For the media

Do you represent the traditional media, or citizen journalism? Would you like to interview any of the Concilium Civitas members?
Please contact our co-ordinator Jacek Rakowiecki.

Contact us

If you need any information regarding the symposium agenda or registration for the event, please contact us at:


kk2019@civitas.edu.pl

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