dr hab. Konrad Pędziwiatr

Konrad Pędziwiatr – holds PhD in Social Sciences from the Katholieke  Universiteit Leuven (Belgium) and MA in European Studies from the  University of Exeter (UK), and in Sociology from the Jagiellonian University (Poland). Associate researcher in the Centre for Migration Research, professor in the Department of International Affairs at the  Cracow University of Economics, researcher at the Center for Advanced  Studies of Population and Religion (CASPAR) and initiator-coordinator  of the Multiculturalism and Migration Observatory (MMO).

Author of numerous publication on religion and ethnicity in the processes of migration, Islam and Muslims in Europe, religious dimensions of migration studies and social movements in Europe and the Middle East published inter alia in such scientific journals as Patterns of Prejudice, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Social Compass and Gender, Place and Culture. Author or co-author of monographs: “Migrations and Covid-19: Transformations of Multicultural Krakow” (Nomos 2022), “Immigrants in Krakow: From Students to Entrepreneurs” (Nomos 2021), “Transformations of Islamisms in Egypt and Tunisia in the context of the Arab Spring” (Nomos 2019), ”Polish migration policy: in search of a new model” (UW 2015), ”The New Muslim Elites in European Cities” (VDM Verlag 2010) and “From Islam of Immigrants to Islam of Citizens: Muslims in the Countries of Western Europe” (Nomos 2007).

Editor of books “All Quiet in the West Bank” (KIP 2016) and “Muslim Minorities in Europe and India” (New Century 2016).

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