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Agnieszka Radziwinowiczówna is a social anthropologist researching how the people experience immigration and deportation regimes. Since 2013 working in CMR. Currently she is an affiliate researcher at the Department of Anthropology, University of Michigan in Ann Arbor (under the supervision of Jason de León). She is now working on research project “”Transnational community facing deportability and deportation””, funded by the Kosciuszko Foundation. In 2016 she defended (cum laude) her PhD dissertation “Living/Leaving the Deportation Regime: Power and Violence in Deportation from the United States” granted Award of Prime Minister of Poland for the doctoral thesis. Body of her research has focused on migration-driven social change. Together with Izabela Grabowska, Michal Garapich and Ewa Jaźwińska she co-authored the book “”Migrants as agents of change: Social remittances in an enlarged European Union””. Between 2014 and 2018 affiliate professor at the CMR working on an interdisciplinary project “Unfinished migration transition and ageing population in Poland. Asynchronous population changes and the transformation of formal and informal care institutions”. Currently she is working on a book “”Ethnomorality of Care: Migrants and their Aging Parents””, co-authored by Anna Rosińska-Kordasiewicz and Weronika Kloc-Nowak. Reviewer of Transnational Social Review, Comparative Migration Studies, NORMA: International Journal for Masculinity Studies and CMR Working Papers series. She is a member of IMISCOE and ISA. Fellow of Kosciuszko Foundation, Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. Honored in Rinus Penninx Best Paper Award competition and Jan Józef Lipski and Centre of Latin American Studies competitions for best MA thesis.
Academia profile: https://uw.academia.edu/AgnieszkaRadziwinowicz