Ph.D. Aleksandra Kuligowska
2006 – Master’s Degree in History at the Institute of History, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
2007 – Studies in History at the Ernst Moritz Arndt University in Greifswald
2011 – Doctor of Humanities with specialization in history, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan
Promoter grant no. N N108 340734 entitled. “The concept of Auffassung and the role of historical interpretation in Ernst Bernheim’s concept of history”, implemented in 2008-2010.
“Educational project – traces of Stalinist crimes in Wielkopolska” funded by the Marshal’s Office of the Wielkopolska Region in Poznań.
theory of history, history of historical research methods and auxiliary sciences of history, semiotics of nineteenth-century culture, history of Wielkopolska during World War II and the Stalinist period
Most important publications
Most important scholarly articles
Ernst Bernheim’s conception of a historical source, Historika, vol. XXIX (2009), pp. 21-42.
Karl Lohmeyer – a positivist historian?, in T. Maćkowski (ed.), Florilegium Historicum. Amicorum munera, Gdańsk 2016, pp. 101-112.
Der Volksdeutsche Selbstschutz in Wysoka. The crime as a source fact, in: I. Mazanowska, T.S. Ceran (eds.), Hitler’s forgotten executioners. Volksdeutscher Selbstschutz in occupied Poland 1939-1940. Selected issues, Bydgoszcz-Gdańsk 2016, pp. 249-260.