Welcome Fortunoff Archive Fellow Agnieszka Pasieka
Agnieszka Pasieka is a sociocultural anthropologist. Her work focuses on political mobilization, activism and social movements, and explores how different social actors mobilize to address inequality and power hierarchies and what kind of alternative world they envision. She is author of Hierarchy and pluralism: living religious difference in Catholic Poland (Palgrave 2015) and Living right: politics, morality and far-right youth activism in contemporary Europe (forthcoming with Princeton University Press). She has also authored numerous journal publications on religious pluralism, religious and ethnic minorities, multiculturalism, postsocialist transformation, and, most recently, far-right movements, transnational nationalism and fascism. Her new project tackles the problem of far-right environmental politics.
During her tenure at Fortunoff Archive, she will be producing an annotated critical edition of a testimony.