Rafał Rogulski studied
cultural and political science
at the Universities of Wrocław
and Marburg, and participated
in the Executive MBA
programme at the Polish Academy of
Sciences in Warsaw. He was an assistant
and then an advisor to Professor Władysław
Bartoszewski, first at the Polish Robert
Schuman Foundation and the Ministry of
Foreign Affairs (1998–2001), and later at
the Chancellery of the Prime Minister of
Poland (2008–12). From 2001 to 2005 he
was secretary of the Culture Department at
the Polish Embassy in Berlin. In the late 1990s
Rogulski worked as a journalist for the daily
Życie (Life) and the bimonthly journal
Europa. In 2010, Ministers Tomasz Merta
and Andrzej Przewoźnik entrusted him with
the creation and management of the ENRS
Secretariat, which in 2015 became the
Institute of European Network Remembrance
Graduated in cultural studies and project management; PhD student at the Catholic University of Lublin. His scientific interests include strategy and implementation of the media message. As a manager, he specializes in strategy, design thinking, policy implementation and finding innovative solutions for maximum impact under changing circumstances and with limited resources. Apart from heading the administration department at the ENRS, he was the head of units at several state cultural institutions, including a national museum, film institute and gallery of contemporary art. He has vast expierience in planning and production of permanent and temporary exhibitions for museums. He worked on projects of core exhibitions for the National Museum in Krakow, the National Museum in Kielce and the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. He also produces documentary films.
Graduated from the Institute of History and the Institute of Political Science and International Relations of the Jagiellonian University, as well as the Cracow School of Art (Acting School SPOT). Author of three dissertations on 20th-century history, which a special focus given to respect for human rights during armed conflicts and relations between communist authorities and Catholic church.
Between 2012 and 2018, she worked as a contracting and annexing specialist at the Innovative Economy National Cohesion Strategy and as an archive manager at a foundation responsible for EU grants for entrepreneurs. She has also experience in theatre education for children.
She speaks English, French and Hungarian.
Małgorzata Feusette-Czyżewska graduated from the Faculty of Polish Studies at the University of Warsaw. In 2010-2014 she worked at the National Centre for Culture where she implemented numerous large-scale cultural initiatives, including various educational projects, film festivals, and exhibitions. She joined ENRS in 2013 to head the ENRS’s Public Relations department.
Senior digital communication manager at the ENRS, responsible for co-creation of communication strategies and on-line content. Coordinated the complete redesing of the ENRS website, as well as the introduction and implementation of the new ENRS visual identification. Apart from her work at the ENRS, she teaches anthropology to future desingers at the School of Form at SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities.
Szymon Majcherowicz graduated from the Faculty of Polish Studies at the University of Warsaw. He gained experience working as a social media manager, copywriter, translator, proofreader and book reviewer. Before joining the ENRS team he was employed in the press office of the Royal Castle in Warsaw.
Graduated from the University of Warsaw (Philosophy) and the Poznan University of Economics/ University of Rennes 1 (Master Administration des Entreprises). She is experienced in management of the public sector's projects in the field of culture, education and international relations.
In 2006-2013 she worked at the National Centre for Culture heading the competence-building projects aimed at the development of cultural sector. She has experience in coordination of international high-level meetings and conferences as 4th ASEM Culture Ministers' Meeting, Experts Conference during Poland's EU Presidency, and Meeting of Ministers of Culture of the Visegrad countries. She cooperated with several academic and public sector institutions, conducting trainings in the field of fundraising and project management, as well as providing expertise.
Gábor Danyi graduated from Hungarian literature and philology, and comparative literature at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest where he is currently a PhD candidate at Comparative Literature Program. His research focuses on cultural resistance in Hungary during the Cold War, with a special emphasis on unofficial publications. He publishes papers in Hungarian, Polish and English. He translates both technical texts and literature from Polish language into Hungarian. Since December 2015, he works for the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity in Warsaw.
Beata Drzazga graduated from University of Warsaw with two master's degrees in Hungarian Philology (2012) & Management (2014) with specialisation in Organisation Development Consulting. She spent two semesters at the Faculty of Humanities of the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest and completed an internship in Balassi Institute Hungarian Cultural Centre in London during the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad. Throughout her university education she took opportunities to try various approaches to management, working in both the public and private sectors. She joined the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity in 2013. Since 2015 she has held a role of Senior Strategy & Development Manager.
She is a passionate museum and gallery visitor and an enthusiast of design, art, and creative-based endeavours.
Joanna Orłoś holds a master degree in English Philology from University of Warsaw.
She completed postgraduate courses at Warsaw School of Economics and The Maria
Grzegorzewska University of Warsaw in the area of psychology and managerial
competencies. English and Czech translator into Polish, member of the Polish Literary
Cultural anthropologist, Senior Project Manager and coordinator of In Between? project in European Network Remembrance and Solidarity. Member of the BMW Responsible Leaders Network organised by the BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt. Completed Ethnology MA studies at University of Lodz and Cultural Marketing postgraduate studies at University of Warsaw. Experienced in audience development, cultural animation and socially engaged-art at local-community level. Before starting work in ENRS, she lived in Glasgow, Poznań and Warsaw, she was collaborating with local cultural/ educational institutions and NGOs, and co-creating projects such as the Music Room (ArtVillage Scotland 2015), Ways to Freedom (Kino Polska Foundation, 2014), Generator Malta (Malta Festival Poznan 2013), Dom Kultury+ (Polish National Centre for Culture, 2010-2013).
Madeleine Hartmann studied Sociology and Political Science (B.A.) at the University of Bonn and European Studies (M.A.) at the University of Leipzig. During her studies she spent two semesters in Poland in Wrocław and Kraków focusing on East-Central European Culture, History and Politics.
She wrote her theses on the political instrumentalisation of the religious memorial and pilgrim site Góra Świętej Anny in Upper Silesia and on the regional cooperation format of the Three Seas Initiative.
Her previous work experiences include traineeships at the Center for European Integration Studies (Bonn) and at the Foundation for Polish-German Reconciliation (Warsaw). At ENRS she helps to organise projects as Genealogies of Memory conferences and the European Remembrance Symposium.
Project management and historical education specialist, at the ENRS since 2016. She worked with several other non-governmental and public institutions in Poland, including the National Audiovisual Institute and Contemporary Art Foundation In Situ.
Graduate of University of Warsaw with MA of the Centre for East European Studies.
Interested in photography and contemporary art – her master’s thesis focused on political performances of the Russian art group "Voyna".
Maria Naimska holds degrees from the Institute of Political Science and from the Centre for Studies on the Classical Tradition, both at the University of Warsaw. She specializes in management of cultural and educational projects. Her field of interests focuses on innovative and creative solutions for the educational system, as well as finding creative tools for non-formal historical education. She is the coordinator of the 'Hi-story lessons. Teaching & learning about 20th-century European history' project.
Maria Szymborska holds a PhD in sociology. She works in implementing portfolio, programs and project management in public administration. At the ENRS, she coordinates research project on young people’s attitudes to totalitarianism.
Maria-Philippa Wieckowski (born 1992 in Nancy, France) studied Political Science at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, and at the University of Bucharest (Romania); she specialised in Central and Eastern European societies and politics. She wrote her MA thesis on the representation of the Holocaust in Romanian history textbooks. She previously worked in NGOs in Lille (France) and in Zagreb (Croatia). In the ENRS she serves as a junior project manager.
Graduated from Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations at Warsaw University. At ENRS, Zhanna Vrublevska is responsible for publishing Remembrance and Solidarity Studies journal and co-managing the educational on-line platform hi-storylessons.eu. She has also coordinated five study visits within the ‘In Between?’ project, including Catalan cross-border region, Polish-Lithuanian borderland and Rijeka region. Before joining the ENRS team, she worked as a project coordinator of Polish-Ukrainian-German exchange programmes for young professionals. Most of the activities she organised aimed to facilitate the post-soviet transformation as well as democratisation processes in Ukraine by learning from Polish and German experience.
Dr Małgorzata Pakier is Head of the ENRS Academic Section. She is a member of the Social Memory Laboratory at the Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw. Pakier received her PhD degree from the European University Institute, Florence, History and Civilization Department. Between 2011 and 2017 she was head of the Research and Publications Department at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews. In 2010 she was a Research Fellow at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies at the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Washington, DC. She is the author of ‘The Construction of European Holocaust Memory: German and Polish Cinema after 1989’ (Frankfurt/M. 2013) and the editor of ‘A European Memory? Contested Histories and Politics of Remembrance’ (with Bo Stråth; Oxford-New York, 2010, 2012) and ‘Memory and Change in Europe. Eastern Perspectives’ (with Joanna Wawrzyniak, Oxford-New York 2015). Her academic interests include: Europeanization of memory, Holocaust representation, social/cultural memory, museum studies, film, and recently Jewish involvement in the communist movement in Poland from a biographical perspective.
Researcher and deputy head of Academic Section at the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity. He studied history at the Warsaw University and at Albert-Ludwigs University in Freiburg, as well as international relations at the Warsaw School of Economics. He received his PhD degree (2013) from the History Institute of the Warsaw University. Dziewanowski-Stefańczyk completed internships at the Polish embassies in Washington and Berlin. Later worked for Royal Danish Embassy in Warsaw, for the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and for the Center for Historical Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Berlin (2012-2015). He was also scientific secretary of the Polish-German Textbook Commission (2012-2016) and worked as a secretary of the Polish-German History Textbook. He specializes in Polish-German relations and memory politics. At the ENRS he is a curator of an international exhibition “After the Great War. A New Europe 1918-1923” and is conducting research on Polish foreign politics of memory in the 20th century.
Antoni Zakrzewski is a PhD student at the Department of History at University of Warsaw. His main academic interests focus on crime in the interwar Poland and 20th-century memory. He is the co-author of the guidebooks 'Cities of Memory' about lieux de mémoire (memory space) in Berlin, Budapest and Bucharest. He studied at the Central European University, University of Ljubljana and received scholarship from the Herder Institute in Marburg. He likes cycling, travels, history and black coffee.