Ewa Domanska is a Professor of Human Sciences and holds her permanent position at the Department of History, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland. Since 2002 she is a recurring visiting professor at Anthropology Department at Stanford University. Her teaching and research interests include comparative theory of the human and social sciences, history and theory of historiography, genocide and ecocide studies, dead body studies. She is the author and editor of 18 books. Her more recent publications include: History and the Contemporary Humanities: Studies in Theory of Historical Knowledge (in Ukrainian, 2012); Necros. Introduction to an Ontology of Dead Body (2017, forthcoming in Polish); “Dehumanisation Through Decomposition and the Force of Law,” in: Mapping the ‘Forensic Turn,’ ed. Z. Dziuban. Vienna 2017: 83-98; “Animal History.” History and Theory, vol. 56, no. 2, 2017: 265-285 and “Retroactive Ancestral Constitution and Alter-Native Modernities.” Storia della Storiografia, vol. 65, no. 1, 2014: 61-75.
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