Anna Domaradzka

dr Anna Domaradzka-Widła
STANOWISKO/POSITION

Zastępca Dyrektora ISS / Associate Director for Research
Adiunkt / Assistant Professor

ZAINTERESOWANIA BADAWCZE/RESEARCH INTERESTS

Civil society, social movements, urban movements, urban sociology, gender sociology, sociology of science and education

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INNE FUNKCJE/OTHER ROLES

Board member of International Society of Third Sector Research (ISTR) (since 2017)
Member of “Voluntas” editorial board (since 2016)
Board member of Research Committee on Social Movements, Collective Action and Social Change (RC48) of International Sociological Association
Member of Scientific Committees: of ISTR Conference 2016, ISA Forum on Social Movements 2016, ISA RC48 Mid-term Conference 2017.
Member of PhD-Network on the Third Sector and Civil Society, now ISTR PhD network

WYKSZTAŁCENIE/EDUCATION

2003-2008 PhD in sociology (cum laude), Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw
1998-2003 MA in sociology (cum laude), Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw
IX 2007 Salzburg Seminar Session 447 “Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Women in Politics and Business” Salzburg Seminar, Salzburg, Austria
IX 2006 Salzburg Seminar Session 433 “Women, Power and Next Generation Leadership” Salzburg Seminar, Salzburg, Austria
VII-VIII 2004 and VII-VIII 2005 Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research ICPSR, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA

GRANTY/GRANTS

I-IV 2017 – Kosciuszko Foundation Grant for research project “Keys to the City: Introducing Livability into Urban Development Strategies” at San Diego State University, CA.

2014-2017 – Research Grant SONATA financed by National Science Center (NCN), „City revival – from urban planning to grassroots initiatives” (Ożywianie miasta – od urbanistyki do inicjatyw oddolnych)

2011/2012 – Senior Fulbright Research Grant „Urban space as a context of neighbourhood civic activities influencing quality of life of inhabitants.” Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

2009-2014 – Research Grant financed by Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education „Tamed city? Warsaw enclaves of social activism and their origins“ (Miasto oswojone? Warszawskie enklawy społecznej aktywności i ich geneza).

BADANIA/RESEARCH

Since 2005 – Member of Polish World Values Survey team (PI prof. Renata Siemieńska), Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw.

2015-2018 – Polish Team Coordinator and WP1 coordinator in international project “FAB-MOVE – For a Better Tomorrow: Social Enterprise on the Move” financed in the framework of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE), Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw http://www.uni-muenster.de/IfPol/FAB-MOVE/Project/

X-XII 2016 – Profesora Visitante de Investigacion, INCAE Business School, Instituto Centroamericano de Administracion de Empresas, Alajuela, Costa Rica http://www.incae.edu/en/

2015-2017 – Lead expert on social issues in the process of creating the new Warsaw Development Strategy 2030 for City of Warsaw Office http://2030.um.warszawa.pl/

2015-2017 – Member of Scientific Board of the “Religious Communities and Civil Society in Europe” project, coordinated by Maecenata Institute for Philanthropy and Civil Society (Berlin), financed by Porticus Foundation.

2015 – Expert researcher in project “Warsaw Local Centres”, coordinated by Warsaw Charter of Association of Polish Architects, financed by the City of Warsaw Office http://sarp.warszawa.pl/warsztaty-stare/warszawskie-centra-lokalne/

2014 – Polish PI in project “Mapping Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe”, coordinated by Maecenata Institute for Philanthropy and Civil Society (Berlin), financed by Porticus Foundation.

2013-2015 – Expert, member of the research team conducting the international project GendEQU „Gender Equality at the University”, financed from Norway Grant, Faculty of Economics & Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw. http://grape.uw.edu.pl/gendequ/

2010-2013 – Expert, member of the research team conducting the international project WILCO „Welfare Innovations at the Local level in favour of Cohesion”, financed from 7th Framework Program, Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw. http://www.wilcoproject.eu/

2009-2014 – Expert, member of the research team conducting the project „Ministerstwa uczace sie” [Ministries learning] (methodology, qualitative interviews, report), EUROREG, University of Warsaw. http://mus.edu.pl/

2007/2008 and 2013 – Member of the scientific team conducting the international project „Future of European Welfare Systems” (analysis of Polish welfare system, preparation of the handbook chapter).

2011 – Expert in the project ENRI-East „Interplay of European, National and Regional Identities: nations between states along the new eastern borders of the European Union”, financed from 7th Framework Program, coordinated by the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna (qualitative interviews, qualitative and quantitative analysis and reports). http://www.enri-east.net/en/

2010-2011 – Expert, member of the international team conducting international project „WORKCARE Synergies – Findings from EU research”, financed from 7th Framework Program, Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw. http://workcaresynergies.eu/

2009-2010 – Expert evaluator of Social Inclusion Program (PPWOW-PIS) coordinated by Ministry of Labour, financed from Post-Accession Rural Support Program.

2007-2011 – Expert in project European Network of Excellence on Reconciling Work and Welfare (RECWOWE).

2009 – Expert, member of the international team conducting project „EFELSE – Evaluation Framework for the Evolution of LLL Strategies in Europe”, LIFELONG LEARNING PROGRAMME 2007-2013, Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw. http://efelse.iacm.forth.gr/

2007-2009 – Member of the scientific team conducting the international CINEFOGO WP27 project „Third Sector Organizations (TSOs) facing turbulent environments” (analysis concerning Polish sport organizations).

2006-2009 – Member of the polish research team in WORKCARE project (coordination of the fieldwork, preparation of the research tools, data analysis, reports, presentations), Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw.

2007/2008 – Participation in UNDP project Gender Index (data analysis and reports preparation).

2007/2008 – Expert, member of evaluation team conducting the monitoring and evaluation of Regional European Social Fund Centers, PARP (preparation of the research tools, data analysis, reports, visits, case studies).

2005 – Project coordinator in PHARE project „Enhancement of policies on equal treatment of women and men”, the Beneficiary of the project was the Secretariat of the Government Plenipotentiary for Equal Status of Women and Men. EQUAL.

PUBLIKACJE/PUBLICATIONS

Domaradzka, A. (2017). Leveling the Playfield: Urban Movement in the Strategic Action Field of Urban Policy in Poland, in J. Hou, S. Knierbein (eds) City Unsilenced: Urban Resistance and Public Space in the Age of Shrinking Democracy. Routledge.

Domaradzka, A. (2016). El derecho a la ciudad como consigna, in C. Tamayo Gomez (ed.) Pensar y construir el territorio desde la cultura. Derecho a la ciudad, cultura ciudadana e innovacion publica. Universidad EAFIT.

Domaradzka, A., F. Wijkström (2016). Game of the city re-negotiated: the Polish urban re-generation movement as an emerging actor of a strategic action field, “Polish Sociological Review” 3/2016.

Siemienska, R., A. Domaradzka, I. Matysiak (2016). Warsaw: Paving New Ways for Participation of Mothers, Fathers, and Children in Local Public and Social Life, in T. Brandsen et al. (eds), Social Innovations in the Urban Context, Springer.

Siemienska, R., A. Domaradzka (2016). Between Constrained Opportunities and Social Expectations: Social Policy in Contemporary Poland. In: K. Schubert, P. de Villota, J. Kuhlmann (eds) Challenges of European Welfare Systems. Springer, 563-586.

Domaradzka, A. (2015). State of civil society in Poland, in: Ch. Schreier (ed.) Mapping Civil Society in the ‘Visegrád Countries’. Berlin: Maecenata Institute, 109-142.

Domaradzka, A. (2015). Changing the Rules of the Game: Impact of the Urban Movement on the Public Administration Practices. In: M. Freise, F. Paulsen and A. Walter (eds) Civil Society and Innovative Public Administration. Nomos, 188-217.

Domaradzka, A., I. Matysiak (2015). Pushing for innovation – the role of citizens in local housing and childcare policies in Warsaw. In: M. Freise, F. Paulsen and A. Walter (eds) Civil Society and Innovative Public Administration. Nomos, 302-24.

Domaradzki, K., A. Domaradzka, M. Happach, K. Sadowy, A. Wasilewska (eds) (2015). Warszawskie Centra Lokalne [Warsaw Local Centers]. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo SARP.

Domaradzka, A. (2014). Data sources and literature on civil society in Poland, in: A. Domaradzka, E. Markus, M. Pospisil, B. Strecansky, M. Szabo, Civil Society in the ‘Visegrád Four’. Data and Literature in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. Berlin: Maecenata Institute. ISSN (Web) 1868-1840, URN: urn:nbn:de:0243-072014op744

Siemieńska, R., A. Domaradzka, I. Matysiak (2014). Warsaw. in: A. Evers, B. Ewert and T. Brandsen, (eds). „Social Innovations for Social Cohesion. Transnational patterns and approaches from 20 European cities”, 243-261, ISBN: 978-2-930773-00-1, WILCO project e-reader: http://www.wilcoproject.eu/ereader-wilco/.

Siemieńska, R., A. Domaradzka, I. Matysiak (2014). Plock. in: A. Evers, B. Ewert and T. Brandsen, (eds). „Social Innovations for Social Cohesion. Transnational patterns and approaches from 20 European cities”, str. 263-283, ISBN: 978-2-930773-00-1, WILCO project e-reader: http://www.wilcoproject.eu/ereader-wilco/

Olejniczak, K., J. Rok, Ł. Widła, A. Domaradzka (2014). Discovering the learning mechanism, in: K. Olejniczak, S. Mazur (eds). Organizational Learning. A Framework for Public Administration. Warsaw: Scholar. ISBN 978-83-7383-724-9, doi: 10.7366/9788373837249

Siemieńska, R., I. Matysiak, A. Domaradzka (2014). Social Innovations for social cohesion: Warsaw, in: A. Evers, B. Ewert and T. Brandsen (eds) Social Innovations for social cohesion. Transnational patterns and approaches from 20 European cities. WILCO ebook http://www.wilcoproject.eu/book/chapters/warsaw-introduction/

Siemieńska, R., I. Matysiak, A. Domaradzka (2014). Social Innovations for social cohesion: Plock, in: A. Evers, B. Ewert and T. Brandsen (eds) Social Innovations for social cohesion. Transnational patterns and approaches from 20 European cities. WILCO ebook http://www.wilcoproject.eu/book/chapters/plock-introduction/

Domaradzka, A., D. Walczak (2013). Wartość autoteliczna czy instrumentalna? Rola studiów doktoranckich w opinii kierowników studiów i doktorantów. [Autotelic or instrumental? The role of PhD Studies in the opinion of PhD students and graduates] „Nauka i Szkolnictwo Wyższe” no. 2/42/2013, 73-94.

Domaradzka, A., D. Walczak (2013). Kuźnia talentów czy przechowalnia? Rola studiów doktoranckich w opinii doktorantów [Place for Honing Talents or a Waiting Room? The role of PhD studies], in: J. Pakuła (ed.) Współczesne problemy nauki i szkolnictwa wyższego. Toruń: Eikon.

Matysiak, I., A. Domaradzka (2013). Społeczne funkcje tożsamości etnicznej w świetle doświadczeń przedstawicieli mniejszości narodowych i imigrantów w Polsce [Social functions of ethnic identity in the experience of national minorities and immigrants in Poland], in: L. Dyczewski, K. Jurek (eds) Rzeczywistość wielokulturowa, Lublin: Wydawnictwo KUL.

Domaradzka, A. (2010). Panem et Circenses? Sport Organizations in Poland from Historical and Political Perspectives, in: A. Zimmer, A. Evers (eds) Third Society Organizations Facing Turbulent Environments: Sports, Culture and Social Services in Five European Countries, Baden-Baden: Nomos Publishers.

Domaradzka, A. (2010). Filling the Gaps? The Role of Civil Society on the Individual Level: The Case of Polish Women’s Organizations, in: M. Freise, M. Pyykkönen, E. Vaidelyte (eds) A Panacea for all Seasons? Civil Society and Governance in Europe, Baden-Baden: Nomos Publishers, 287-303.

Domaradzka, A. (2010). Aktywni inaczej? Przyczyny (nie)aktywnosci społecznej Polaków [Differently active? Reasons for Poles social (in)activity], in: R. Siemieńska, P. Radkiewicz (eds) Spoleczenstwo w czasach zmiany: badania Polskiego Generalnego Sondazu Spolecznego 1992-2009, Warszawa: Scholar.

Domaradzka, A. (2009). Liderki organizacji kobiecych – próba typologii [Leaders of women’s organizations – a typology], in: B. Budrowska (ed.) Kobiety-Feminizm-Demokracja. Wybrane zagadnienia z seminarium IFiS PAN z lat 2001-2009, Warszawa: IFiS, 203-219.

Domaradzka, A. (2009). Cure for Loneliness? Social Activity and Its Role in Changing European Societies, w: N. Tos, K. H. Müller et al. (eds) Three Roads to Comparative Research: Analytical, Visual, Morphological, Wien: edition echoraum, 99-123.

Domaradzka, A. (2009). Kobiecy trzeci sector [Women’s Third Sector], in: J. Piotrowska, A. Grzybek (eds) Raport Kobiety dla Polski. Polska dla kobiet. 20 lat transformacji 1989-2009. [Report: Women for Poland, Poland for Women. 20 years of transformation 1989-2009]. Warszawa: Fundacja Feminoteka, 335-340.

Domaradzka, A. (2009). Cena równości – partnerstwo wywalczone czy kupione? [Price of equality – partnership fought or bought] w: M. Zahorska, E. Nasalska (red.) Wartości – polityka – społeczeństwo, Warszawa: Scholar, 203-220.

Siemieńska, R., A. Domaradzka (2009). The welfare system in Poland: transformation with difficulties, in: K. Schubert, S. Hegelich, U. Bazant (eds) The Handbook of European Welfare Systems. New York: Routledge, 378-397.

Siemieńska, R., A. Domaradzka (2008). Transformation mit Schwierigkeiten: Das polnische Wohlfahrtssystem [Transformation with Difficulties: The Polish Welfare System], in: K. Schubert (ed.) Europaische Wohlfahrtssysteme: ein Handbuch, Wiesbaden, 503-524.

RAPORTY/REPORTS (selected)

Siemieńska, R., A, Domaradzka, I. Matysiak (2013). Urban policy innovations in local welfare in Warsaw, Poland. WILCO publication, http://www.wilcoproject.eu/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/WP-4-Warsaw.pdf

Siemieńska, R., A, Domaradzka, I. Matysiak (2013). Social innovations in Warsaw, Poland, WILCO Publication http://www.wilcoproject.eu/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/Warsaw-report-on-innovations.pdf

Siemieńska, R., A, Domaradzka, I. Matysiak (2012). Measures of social cohesion in Polish cities: Warsaw, WILCO Publication no. 31: http://wilcoproject.eu/public/assets/img/uploads/WILCO_WP3_Warsaw_31.pdf

Siemieńska, R., A, Domaradzka, I. Matysiak (2011). Local welfare in Poland from a historical and institutional perspective, WILCO Publication no. 09: http://www.wilcoproject.eu/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/WILCO_WP2_reports_09_PL1.pdf

Domaradzka, A., I. Matysiak (2012). The Ukrainian minority in Poland: Main findings of biographical interviews, w: H.G. Heinrich, A. Chvorostov (eds.) The Ukrainian minority in Poland. Contextual and empirical reports on ethnic minorities in Central and Eastern Europe. ENRI Project.

Domaradzka, A., I. Matysiak (2012). The Ukrainian minority in Poland: Main findings of expert interviews, w: H.G. Heinrich, A. Chvorostov (eds.) The Ukrainian minority in Poland. Contextual and empirical reports on ethnic minorities in Central and Eastern Europe. ENRI Project.

Widła, Ł, A. Domaradzka (2012). The Ukrainian minority in Poland: Main findings of the ENRI-VIS Survey, w: H.G. Heinrich, A. Chvorostov (eds.) The Ukrainian minority in Poland. Contextual and empirical reports on ethnic minorities in Central and Eastern Europe. ENRI Project.

Widła, Ł, A. Domaradzka (2012). The Belarusian minority in Poland: Main findings of the ENRI-VIS Survey, w: H.G. Heinrich, A. Chvorostov (eds.) The Belarusian minority in Poland. Contextual and empirical reports on ethnic minorities in Central and Eastern Europe. ENRI Project.

Matysiak, I., A. Domaradzka (2012). The Belarusian minority in Poland: Main findings of biographical interviews, w: H.G. Heinrich, A. Chvorostov (eds.) The Belarusian minority in Poland. Contextual and empirical reports on ethnic minorities in Central and Eastern Europe. ENRI Project.

Matysiak, I., A. Domaradzka (2012). The Belarusian minority in Poland: Main findings of expert interviews, w: H.G. Heinrich, A. Chvorostov (eds.) The Belarusian minority in Poland. Contextual and empirical reports on ethnic minorities in Central and Eastern Europe. ENRI Project.