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M.A. Adrian Warsiński


Master’s degree in law at the University of Warsaw (2019), PhD student at the Doctoral School of Humanities of the University of Warsaw (2020-2024), study stay within the Erasmus+ programme at the Friedrich-Meinecke-Institut, Freie Universität Berlin (2021).

From 2019 junior Co-Investigator in the research project “Great and Small Divergence as seen through the corporate glass: Central and Eastern Europeans in Asia in the 17th century” (National Science Center – OPUS 14, no. 2017/27/B/HS3/00151), from 2019 working at the Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw as a specialist in research, development and international cooperation, from 2021 member of the Global History Team at the Faculty of History, University of Warsaw.

Title of the doctoral dissertation

How Dutch was the Dutch East India Company? The VOC as a global multinational employer and the question of identity in early modern history