Head of the Department for European Islam Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies - University of Warsaw.
Adresse mail
a.nalborczyk@uw.edu.pl
Université et pays de rattachement
University of Warsaw - Poland
Fonction actuelle
  • Ass. Professor
  • Head of the Department for European Islam Studies, Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Warsaw
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the journal « Sociology of Religion »
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the series « Annotated Legal documents on Islam in Europe » (Brill)
  • Secretary general of the Common Council of Catholics and Muslims in Poland
Titres académiques
  • MA in Iranian Studies
  • MA in Arabic and Islamic studies
  • PhD in Arabic studies
  • Dr habil. (Habilitation) in studies in Religion – Islamic studies
Domaines d’enseignement
  • Contemporary issues in Islam
  • Islam in Europe
  • Islam and Muslims in Poland
  • Relations between European states and Islam
  • Christian-Muslim relations
  • Gender issues in Islam
  • Family, marriage and society in Muslim states
  • Arabic language
  • Persian language
Domaine de recherche
  • Islamic studies
  • Arabic studies
  • Iranian studies
  • Studies in Religion
Thématique de recherche
  • Islam in Europe
  • Islam and Muslims in Poland
  • Polish-Lithuanian Tatars
  • Relations between European states and Islam
  • Christian-Muslim relations
  • Gender issues in the Polish Islam
  • Arabic sociolinguistics
  • The image of Islam and Muslims in Europe
Publications / contributions

(only In English; since 2013)

  • A.S. Nalborczyk. ‘Community Life: Cultural Memory and the Construction of a Contemporary Muslim Tatar Identity in Poland.’ In Contested Memories and the Demands of the Past. History Cultures in the Modern Muslim World, edited by C. Raudvere, Basingstoke-New York: Palgrave Macmillan 2016, pp. 178-186.
  • A.S. Nalborczyk. ‘Islamic female religious leadership in Poland? Women leaders of local Muslim Tatar religious communities – preliminary data’. “Rocznik Orientalistyczny” 69:2, 2016, pp. 178-186.
  • A.S. Nalborczyk. ‘Poland.’ In Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, edited by O. Scharbrodt, S. Akgönül, A. Alibašić, J. S. Nielsen, E. Račius, vol. 8, Leiden: Brill 2016, pp. 531-548.
  • A.S. Nalborczyk. ‘A century of the official legal status of Islam in Austria. Between the Law on Islam of 1912 and the Law on Islam of 2015’ In Muslim Minority-State Relations. Violence, Integration, and Policy, edited by R. Mason, Basingstoke-New York: Palgrave Macmillan 2016, pp. 61-82.
  • A.S. Nalborczyk. ‘Relations between the state and Islam in Finland and Poland.’ In Muslim Minority-State Relations. Violence, Integration, and Policy, edited by R. Mason, Basingstoke-New York: Palgrave Macmillan 2016, pp. 83-105.
  • A.S. Nalborczyk. ‘Poland.’ In Muslim Tatar Minorities in the Baltic Sea Region, edited by I. Svanberg, D. Westerlund, Leiden:Brill 2016, pp. 46-63.
  • A.S. Nalborczyk. ‘To raise good Muslims and good citizens. The goals of religious and cultural education for Polish Tatars in the 20th century.’ In Islam and citizenship education, edited by E. Aslan, M. Hermansen, Wiener Beiträge zur Islamforschung, Wiesbaden: Springer 2015, pp. 241-258.
  • A.S. Nalborczyk, M. Ryszewska. ‘Islamic organizations in Poland: From monopoly to pluralism.’ In Islamic organizations in Europe and the USA. A multidisciplinary perspective, edited by M. Kortmann, K. Rosenow-Williams, Basingstoke-New York: Palgrave Macmillan 2013, pp. 13-36. (with Monika Ryszewska)
  • A.S. Nalborczyk. ‘The political participation of Polish Muslim Tatars – the result of or the reason for integration? From Teutonic wars to the Danish cartoons affair.’ In Muslim Political Participation in Europe, edited by J. S. Nielsen, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 2013, pp. 239-254.

Reviews:

  • A.S. Nalborczyk. Leiken, R. S. Europe’s Angry Muslims: The Revolt of the Second Generation. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2016’ “Journal of International and Global Studies” 8:1, 2016, pp. 127-129.
  • A.S. Nalborczyk. ‘Piotr Czyżewski, Alfurkan tatarski prawdziwy na czterdzieści części rozdzielony. Source edition by Artur Konopacki. MKJdruk: Białystok 2013, 210 p. ISBN 978-83-937860-0-8’, “Journal of Muslims in Europe” 5:1, 2016, pp. 133-138.
  • A.S. Nalborczyk. ‘Mavani. H. Religious Authority and Political Thought in Twelver Shi’ism: From Ali to Post-Khomeini. London and New York: Routledge, 2013’, “Journal of International and Global Studies” 7:2, 2015, pp. 168-170.
  • A.S. Nalborczyk. ‘S. Sayyid and AbdoolKarim Vakil (eds.) Thinking Through Islamophobia. Global Perspectives. London: Hurst&Company, 2010. Pp. 319. isbn 978-1-85065-990-7’, „Journal of Muslims in Europe” 3:2, 2014, s. 239-241.

more: https://uw.academia.edu/AgataSNalborczyk