Ewa Domanska is a professor of human sciences at the Department of History, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, Poland and since 2002 associate visiting 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, ecocides and genocides studies as well as dead body studies. Recent books: "Necros: An Introduction to the Ontology of Human Dead Body and Remains" (in Polish, 2017), Jerzy Topolski, "Theoretical Problems of Historical Knowledge" (ed., in Polish, 2016). She is working on a book on the paradigm shift in the contemporary humanities and social sciences.
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