Krzysztof Kawalec

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Prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Maria Kawalec (born 1954) is a Polish historian, lecturer and professor at the University of Wrocław. He specializes in the history of Polish political thought of 19th and 20th centuries, Second Polish Republic and right-wing National Democracy political camp.[1]

Kawalec graduated from Juliusz Słowacki Grammar School in Wrocław in 1973 and later entered studies at the University of Wrocław, where he studied e.g. under prof. Henryk Zieliński.[2] Since 1978 he works as academician at the Institute of History of University of Wrocław. Since the creation of Solidarity trade union at his university in 1980 he was a member of this organization.

He received his doctoral degree in September 1996 and a professor degree in 2001.[3] His book Spadkobiercy niepokornych: Dzieje polskiej myśli politycznej 1918-1939 (Heirs of Unyielding: History of Polish Political Thought 1918-1939), published in 2000, won the KLIO Prize (Nagroda KLIO) in 2000 for the best scientific monography.[4]

Works[edit]

  • Narodowa Demokracja wobec faszyzmu 1922-1939: Ze studiów nad dziejami myśli politycznej obozu narodowego (1989)
  • Wizje ustroju państwa w polskiej myśli politycznej lat 1918-1939: Ze studiów nad dziejami polskiej myśli politycznej (1995)
  • Roman Dmowski (1996)
  • Roman Dmowski o ustroju politycznym państwa (Roman Dmowski on the Political System of the State) (1996)
  • Spadkobiercy niepokornych: Dzieje polskiej myśli politycznej 1918-1939 (Heirs of Unyielding: History of Polish Political Thought 1918-1939) (2000)
  • Roman Dmowski 1864-1939 (2002, 2005)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Profile at University of Wrocław website
  2. ^ Kawalec, Krzysztof (7 March 2006). "Zieliński Henryk: Wspomnienie (1920-1981)". Gazeta.pl Wrocław. Retrieved 24 December 2009. 
  3. ^ Profile at Nauka Polska portal
  4. ^ "Przegląd Uniwersytecki - Pismo Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego" (PDF).  (5.28 MB), vol. VI, no. 12, December 2000, p. 3.