Success of prof. Osipowicz
The newest publication of the EVO team!
Sławomir Wacewicz and Przemysław Żywiczyński in cooperation with Roland Mühlenbernd from Leibniz-Zentrum Allgemeine Sprachwissenschaft in Berlin published the article devoted to Politeness and reputation in cultural evolution.
Click here and read this great text: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10988-020-09315-6
We would like to inform you about the Excellence4Students competition, organised by our Centre!
Success of Maria Lewicka
Funding from Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange
Horizon Scan Report for the European Commission
We are delighted to announce that prof. Justyna Chodkowska-Miszczuk from the PSE team is the co-author of the Horizon Scan report for the European Commission. The report is devoted to “100 Social Sciences and Humanities priority research questions for renewable energy in Horizon Europe” and is the result of work of the international Energy-SHIFTS group. We are proud that our Centre can be a part of this project! Full text available here:
Lecture within Science Bridges Seminar
We are happy to inform that Brett Buttliere, PhD, the member of our Centre, will have a lecture within Science Bridges seminar. This event will take place on 14th of December at 6 pm. Brett will talk about asking more effective questions, using computational methods, and developing better theories (of Mind). Click and read more: https://sciencebridges.umk.pl
Postdoc – Research Adjunct specialising in empirical research methods
The EVO research team is looking for a postdoc researcher specialising in empirical research methods in broadly defined behavioral sciences or cognitive sciences (in particular including studies on language and interaction. Do not hesitate and apply if you are interested in this offer: https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/585180
New member of the IMSErt
We have the new member of our Centre! Brett Buttliere, PhD will be working as research adjunct at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń by the end of 2021 year. During his employment, prof. Adam Kola will supervise Brett’s work because his interests are correlated with the research area presented by Knowledge Complexity and Memory (KNOW) team. We hope that our collaboration will be brilliant! Enjoy your stay!
The newest publication of the KNOW team!
Prof. Anna Branach-Kallas prepared the article entitled Multidirectional vulnerabilities: Trauma, bare life, and resistance in June Hutton’s Underground which was published in “The Journal of Commonwealth Literature”: