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Globalna sieć naukowców i profesjonalistów
Dr Michał Urbańczyk
Doktor nauk prawnych, adiunkt w Katedrze Doktryn Polityczno-Prawnych i Filozofii Wydziału Prawa i Administracji na Uniwersytecie im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu. Ekspert z zakresu wolności słowa i jej granic (m. in. mowy nienawiści), specjalizujący się w badaniach amerykańskiej myśli polityczno-prawnej. Autor monografii „Liberalna doktryna wolności słowa a swoboda wypowiedzi historycznej” (na podstawie której się doktoryzował) oraz kilkudziesięciu artykułów, rozdziałów, ekspertyz oraz tekstów popularnonaukowych. Prelegent rozmaitych ogólnopolskich i międzynarodowych konferencji naukowych (Wilno, Praga, Warszawa, Poznań). Uczestnik międzynarodowego projektu EUROPEAN WISE – Europe After the WWII – Multidimensional Effects of Integration as a Guarantee for State and Human Security. Ekspert projektu „Społeczeństwo na rzecz tolerancji” realizowanego przez Stowarzyszenie Przeciw Antysemityzmowi i Ksenofobii – Otwarta Rzeczpospolita. Opiekun Koła Naukowego Prawa Amerykańskiego „The American Law Society” – jednej z najprężniej działających organizacji akademickich. Przewodniczący komitetu organizacyjnego I i II Międzynarodowej konferencji „W poszukiwaniu europejskiej doktryny wolności słowa” (2016 i 2017), w których uczestniczyli prelegenci z Włoch, Francji, Finlandii, Stanów Zjednoczonych, Wielkiej Brytanii, Holandii, Węgier, Cypru, Egiptu, Ukrainy, Litwy oraz Polski (w tym sędziowie Sądu Najwyższego, Naczelnego Sądu Administracyjnego). Prezes Polskiego Towarzystwa Myśli Politycznej (PTMP).
Prof. Susanna Frederick Fischer
Susanna Frederick Fischer has practiced law on both sides of the Atlantic, as a New York attorney and an English barrister. Her primary areas of practice and her main research interests are copyright law, art law, media law, cyberlaw, and constitutional law, from a comparative law perspective.
Professor Fischer received her legal education at Merton College, University of Oxford, where she received a B.A. in jurisprudence, and the University of Virginia School of Law, where she was awarded the LL.M. degree. She also studied at Princeton University, where she earned an A.B. in history, magna cum laude. She practiced for five years as a barrister in London, England, at 5 Raymond Buildings (currently headed by Desmond Browne QC and Matthew Nicklin QC). She represented clients before all levels of English courts and tribunals, including the House of Lords. In London, she also worked part-time as a Night Lawyer providing pre-publication legal advice for News International plc, the publishers of The Times, The Sunday Times, and the Sun. She also taught Contracts at London Guildhall University. She later spent three years practicing intellectual property law as an associate at two New York City law firms, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP.
Professor Fischer joined the faculty of Columbus School of Law in 1999, where she teaches or has taught copyright law, art law, entertainment law, introduction to intellectual property law, international intellectual property law, constitutional law, comparative law, comparative constitutional law, and civil procedure. She has taught courses on intellectual property law in Krakow, Poland, for the American Law Program jointly run by the Columbus School of Law, The Catholic University of America and the Jagiellonian University, as well as for the
summer program in International Business and Trade held at the Jagiellonian University. She has also taught a summer course at the University of Lisbon in Portugal.
She served as the native English language consultant for a translation of the Polish Civil Code into English, published by Wolters Kluwer Polska in 2012.
dr Karl-Friedrich Israel
Karl-Friedrich Israel is a senior researcher at the Institute for Economic Policy at Leipzig University in Germany. He obtained his doctorate degree in economics from the University of Angers in France in 2017 working on the costs and benefits of central banking. He holds a MSc in Applied Statistics from Oxford University, UK, a MSc in Applied Mathematics form ENSAE ParisTech, France, as well as a BSc and MSc in Economics from Humboldt- University of Berlin, Germany. He is an organizing member of the Austrian Economics Meeting Europe and is a Mises Institute Research Fellow. In his career, he worked as a lecturer at the Department of Law and Economics in Angers from 2016 to 2018. He is an author of numerous book reviews, translations, book chapters, and articles in prestigious academic journals.
His broader research interests lie in the areas of macroeconomics, the history of economic thought, economic methodology, econometrics and Austrian economics.
dr Maciej Turek
Maciej Turek holds degrees in American Studies and political science. In 2012, he successfully defended a doctoral dissertation in political science, written under the supervision of Professor Marek Bankowicz, devoted to the issues of mechanisms of U.S. vice-presidential selection and how it affected holding of the office of American vice-presidency between 1976 and 2009. He has been a grantee of the Copernicus Society of America (Dickinson College, USA, 2008), and received research grants from the John F. Kennedy Institute for North American Studies and the Freie Universität Berlin (2009 and 2014). He currently holds a position of Assistant Professor at the Institute of American Studies and Polish Diaspora of the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland.
His broad academic interests encompass issues such as the American political system and its institutions, campaigns and elections in the United States, comparative electoral systems, comparative studies of local governments, as well as financing of politics and elections.
Patrick Higgins, M.A. (Uniwersytet Łódzki)
Patrick Higgins received a Bachelor of Art in Economics and a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) in 2010, a Master of Arts in Sociology from George Mason University in 2013, and a Master of Arts in Economics from George Mason University in 2017.
Currently, Patrick Higgins is a PhD candidate at the University o Łódź, Faculty of Law and Administration, and also a member of the Alexis de Tocqueville Center for Political and Legal Thought. His interests are in the Austrian school of economics, new economic sociology, constitutional political economy, and the history of ideas. His current research is in two main streams: firstly, understanding how the ideas, institutions, and practices of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth promoted freedom and prevented the rise of absolutism and comparing these with the USA, the UK, and other nations, and, secondly, synthesizing a coherent constitutional political economy from the writings of Walter Lippmann.
prof. David Jones (Uniwersytet Warszawski)
Professor David A. Jones received his Ph.D. from State University of New York in public management and his Habilitacja from University of Warsaw in political science. He has served on the faculty of American Studies Center, Institute of The Americas and Europe, University of Warsaw since 2005, where also he taught at the Institute of International Relations (2006-2016) and has taught International Management I and II since 2008 at the Faculty of Management. He is a senior graduate lecturer at Norwich University, the Military Academy of the State of Vermont, where he has taught Global Corporate Diplomacy and Intercultural Communication in the International Environment since 2006, receiving its Outstanding Faculty Award in 2018. Also, he received a University of Warsaw Rector’s Award in 2017 for his book, Four Eagles anda Dragon: Successes and Failures of Quixotic Encirclement Strategy in International Relations, An Analysis (London: Bloomsbury, Plc.).