Ewa Domanska is Associate Professor of theory and history of historiography in the Department of History, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland and Visiting Associate Professor at the Department of Anthropology, Stanford University. Her teaching and research interests include contemporary theory and history of historiography, comparative theory of the humanities and social sciences, ecological humanities and non-European approaches to the past. She is the author of 4 books, recently Historia egzystencjalna. Krytyczne studium narratywizmu i humanistyki zaangażowanej (Existential History. Critical Approach to Narrativism and Emancipatory Humanities, 2012, in Polish), Історія, гуманітаристика, сучасність. Дослідження з теорії знання про минуле (History, Humanities, Present: Studies in Theory of Historical Knowledge, 2012, in Ukrainian), and editor and co-editor of many volumes including recently published Historia - dziś (History – Today, ed. with Rafał Stobiecki and Tomasz Wiślicz, 2014, in Polish). Currently Ewa is completing a book entitled: Necros: An Introduction to the Ontology of the Dead Body(2017).
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