Born 1985 in Warsaw, PhD candidate.
+October 2013–present, University of Warsaw, Faculty of History, Institute of History, Department of Medieval History, PhD candidate, full time studies, the accepted title of doctoral dissertation: The Idea of Sovereignty in the Theoretical Thought and Practice of the Medieval State (12th–14thcentury), under the guidance of Prof. Wojciech Fałkowski;
+October 2004–October 2009, University of Warsaw, Faculty of History, Institute of History, MA in History, specialization in Archive Studies, MA titled: Myth and dynastic tradition of Piast and Přemyslid dynasties on the basis of chronicles by Annonymus called Gallus and Cosmas of Prague;
+October 2008–February 2009, Univerzita Karlova v Praze, Fakulta sociálních věd(ErasmusProgramme).
Academic Honors, Fellowships, etc.
+ (I) XI 2018–I 2019; (II) II–VI 2019, Masaryk University (Brno), Faculty of Arts, Department of History(scholarships for (I) a three-month and (II) a five-month research stays, funded by the CEEPUS Programme, working under guidance of Professor Martin Wihoda, the director of the mentioned Department);
+ (I) XI 2018, (II) XI 2016, (III) XI 2014–XII 2014; Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg, Polnische Historische Mission(scholarships for – [Iand II] a two-week [both funded by the Bayerische Staatskanzlei/Bavarian State Chancellery] and [III] a one-month [funded by the mentioned university] – research stays);
+ X 2018, Universität Wien(scholarship for a one-month research stay, funded on the basis of the bilateral agreement between the University of Warsaw and the University of Vienna);
Notice: during my three-year research stay in Prague (28.09.2015–30.09.2018) I worked under guidance of the most excellent Czech medievalist, Professor Marie Bláhova, the director of the Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague. I am and always will be grateful for Professor's help, which I received over the years.
+ X 2017–IX 2018, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies(prestigious scholarshipStipendium Husovy nadacefor a one-year research stay, funded by theVzdělávací nadace Jana Husa[Jan Hus Educational Foundation]);
+ II 2018–VI 2018 i II 2017–VI 2017, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies(two five-month research stays, funded by the CEEPUS Programme);
+ X 2017–IX 2018, receiving of a pro-quality grantfor twelve months (for the 5thyear of doctoral studies for the results from the previous year [2016/2017]);
+ X 2016–IX 2017, receiving of a scientific scholarship, a pro-quality grantand a scholarship for the best doctoral studentsfor twelve months (for the 4thyear of doctoral studies for the results from the previous year [2015/2016]);
+IX 2015–VIII 2016, Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Arts, Department of Auxiliary Historical Sciences and Archive Studies (ten-month research stay funded by the International Visegrad Fund);
+ X 2015–IX 2016, granting a doctoral scholarshipand a pro-quality grantfor a twelve months (for the 3rdyear of doctoral studies for a results from the previous year [2014/2015]);
+VII 2015–VIII 2015, British Libraryand Institute of Historical Research, University of London(three-week research stay in London; grant funded by the Universitatis Varsoviensis Fund).
+Who, where and why? The founding myths and dynastic traditions of the Piast and Přemyslids based on the chronicles of Anonymous called Gallus and Cosmas of Prague, [in:] Czech-Polish historical and pedagogical journal, 8/2 (2016), p. 13–43;
+Mity założycielskie i tradycja dynastyczna u Piastów i Przemyślidów na podstawie kronik Anonima zw. Gallem i Kosmasa, [in:] Sborník prací Pedagogické fakulty Masarykovy univerzity, řada společenských věd, 30/2 (2016), p. 3–22;
+Identical of Autonomous? The Final Goals of Humanity in St. Thomas’ Aquinas „De regno” and Dante Alighieris’ „De monarchia”, [in:] Historia Slavorum Occidentis, 2/11 (2016), p. 161–178;
+Zagadnienia wojny i pokoju w dziele „Policraticus” Jana z Salisbury, [in:] Ecclesia et bellum. Kościół wobec wojny i zaangażowania militarnego duchowieństwa w wiekach średnich, ed. Radosław Kotecki, Jacek Maciejewski, Bydgoszcz 2016, p. 42–63.
+Antonín Robert, The ideal ruler in medieval Bohemia, przekł. Sean Mark Miller, Brill, Boston–Leiden2017, s. XIII + 400 (=East Central and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages [450–1450] 44), [in:] Roczniki historyczne, 83 (2017), p. 285–288;
+Hosler John D., John of Salisbury: military authority of the twelfth-century Renaissance, Brill, Leiden–Boston 2013, [in:] Roczniki Historyczne, 82 (2016), p. 229–231;
+Syros Vasileios, Marsilius of Padua at the Intersection of Ancient and Medieval Traditions of Political Thought, University of Toronto Press, Toronto 2012, [in:] Roczniki Historyczne, 81 (2015), p. 242–244;
+FałkowskiWojciech (ed.), Culture-Memory-Identities: memory of the world program and diversified perception of the past, Head Office of State Archives, Warsaw 2013, [in:] Archeion, 115 (2015), p. 721–728.
Popular science articles
+Halikarnas – Petronium – Bodrum, [in:] Mówią wieki*, 9/2016, p. 65–67 [section Historyczna Agencja Turystyczna];
+Z ambony do fabryk, z Nadrenii do Łodzi, [in:] Mówią wieki*, 12/2013, p. 41–43.
* = Mówią wieki(Eng. Centuries Speak) is a monthly, nationwide popular science history magazine published in Poland since 1958.
Scientific interests: medieval culture and mentality, history of the ideas, history of historiography.