Agnieszka Bednarek-Bohdziewicz - PhD in Literature, BA and MA in Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, MA in Polish Philology, BA in English Philology, a field researcher, a member of the Kashubian Institute (Instytut Kaszubski) and the Pomeranian Theological and Philosophical Society (Pomorskie Towarzystwo Filozoficzno-Teologiczne). She has published articles in academic journals, including „Ruch Literacki”, „Konteksty. Polska Sztuka Ludowa”, „Sensus Historiae” oraz „Etnografia. Praktyki, Teorie, Doświadczenia”, and in collective volumes. The author of the book „Homo capax, capax hominis. Z problematyki antropologicznej w późnej twórczości Adama Mickiewicza” (Gdańsk 2019). The thesis was awarded the Award of the Vice-Rector for Research of the University of Gdańsk (The Outstanding Doctoral Dissertations Competition, 2019) and the Award of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Gdańsk for early career scientists (the best creative work published in 2019).

Research interests:

symbolic culture, anthropology of religion, post-secular turn, cultural identity formation strategies, cultural heritage, iconosphere, anthropology of literature