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Priority Research Area description

Heritage is a unique concept with an ever-expanding semantic scope. As a category used for describing the cultural reality, it refers to concepts previously applied in many academic fields. In this sense, heritage exhibits intriguing links with historical monuments and cultural property, tradition, history, social memory, and memorials, or, even more broadly speaking, with culture. Heritage stems from these notions, but at the same time it brings together academic fields which investigate “the current presence of the past" and the strategies of its valorization, negotiation, application or resistance, of intentional forgetting and retrieving. The local, national, regional and global dimensions of heritage, its dependence on various processes taking place in the modern world, and its deep roots in the past together form a web of interrelations, which we propose to explore from different perspectives. This is how interdisciplinary synergy emerges, fuelling the Heritage PRA, which is a collaboration platform for representatives of many branches of the humanities and social sciences. The Heritage PRA primarily comprises the following academic disciplines and fields of research: anthropology; archaeology; economics and finance; ethnology; foreign languages and literatures; philosophy; history; art history; linguistics; Jewish studies; cognitive science; comparative literature; cultural studies; literary studies; musicology; social communication and media studies; political science and public administration; management and quality studies; law; cultural property protection; Polish studies; literary translation; religious studies; sociology; theatre studies and film studies.

The presentation of PRAHeritage Evidence based strategy

Strategy 2020 - 2025

  1. Strategy of the Heritage PRA 2020 - 2025 (in Polish)

Announcements

Information meeting of the Heritage PRA - 9 April 2021

Scholarship for the doctoral program of Culture and Religion Studies within the grant of Dr. Anna Romanowicz

Procedure for appointing reviewers for applications in the MINIgrants Heritage PRA competition (1st edition) (in Polish)

The second information meeting of the Heritage PRA - January 15, 2021

Competition for MiniGrants Heritage PRA and the first information meeting HERITAGE PRA

Communication of 9 July 2020 on changes in the composition of the Steering Team of the Heritage Priority Research Area (in Polish)

Communication of 6 July 2020 on the establishing of the Heritage PRA Executive Team (in Polish)

Communication of 17 April 2020 on changes in the composition of the Steering Team of the Heritage Priority Research Area (in Polish)

 

Competitions

Open calls:

Research groups in the Heritage PRA (I edition) - deadline until 28 May 2021.

Research platforms in the Heritage PRA (I edition) - deadline until 28 May 2021.

MiniGRANTS in the Heritage PRA (second edition) - deadline until 30 April 2021.

Translation and proofreading funding in the Heritage PRA (first special edition) - deadline until 2 July 2021 or until funds are exhausted.

Translation and proofreading funding in the Heritage PRA: continuous call (first edition) - deadline until 2 July 2021 or until funds are exhausted.

OA monograph or monograph chapter publication funding: the Heritage PRA (second edition) - deadline until 2 July 2021.

Funding for publication of the article in journals based on open access model (second edition) - continuous call for proposals until 2 July 2021 or until funds are exhausted.

 

Closed calls:

Funding for journals based on open access model (second edition) -  deadline was until 7 February 2021

Funding of journals based on open access model (first edition) - deadline was until 15 January 2021

Research migrants in Heritage PRA 2020 - deadline was until 15 January 2021

Open Access publications in the Heritage PRA - deadline was until 31 December 2020.

Competitions' results

Funding for journals based on open access model (second edition) - results (in Polish)

Research migrants in Heritage PRA 2020 - results (in Polish)

Steering Team

Members

Deputy Members

Unit

Head of the Team:  
prof. dr hab. Stanisław Sroka

prof. dra hab. Piotr Krasny

Faculty of History

dr hab. Piotr Dobosz, prof. UJ

prof. dr hab. Andrzej Dziadzio

Faculty of Law and Administration

dr hab. Jacek Nowak, prof. UJ

prof. dr hab. Leszek Sosnowski

Faculty of Philosophy

dr hab. Andrzej Porębski,
prof. UJ

prof. dr hab. Zdzisław Mach

Faculty of International
and Political Studies

dr hab. Maria Próchnicka, prof. UJ

dr hab. Ewa Wszendybył-Skulska, prof. UJ

Faculty of Management
and Social Communication

prof. dr hab. Renata Przybylska

dr hab. Piotr Bilczewski, prof. UJ

Faculty of Polish Studies

dr hab. Władysław Witalisz

dr hab. Maria Jodłowiec

Faculty of Philology

Coordinator

Dr. hab. Lech Trzcionkowski, Prof. UJ - Faculty of Philosophy
lech.trzcionkowski@uj.edu.pl

Social Media

Facebook: www.facebook.com/POBHeritage

Contact

Contact via e-mail: pobheritage@uj.edu.pl

Regulations

Regulations of the call for research platforms and research groups - 1st edition

Regulations of the MiniGRANTS call - 2nd edition (in Polish)