About the Publishing Programme
Authors publishing under our Publishing Programme are outstanding scientists from fields such as European science, law, political science, economy, social sciences etc. deriving from the major academies in Poland and abroad. The list of our authors consists e.g. of:
- Prof. dr hab. Krzysztof Pomian
- Prof. Andras Inotai
- Prof. dr hab. Danuta Hubner
- Prof. Bernhard Schloh
- Prof. dr hab. Alojzy Z.Nowak
- Prof. dr hab. Elżbieta Kawecka-Wyrzykowska
- Prof. dr hab. Tadeusz Sporek
- Prof. dr hab. Jerzy Axer
- Prof. dr hab. Krystyna Michałowska-Gorywoda
- Prof. dr hab. Wojciech Gasparski
- Prof. dr hab. Antoni Kukliński
- Prof. dr hab. Kazimierz Krzysztofek
- Prof. dr hab. Włodzimierz Anioł
- Prof. dr hab. Władysław Czapliński
- Prof. dr hab. Józef Fiszer
- Prof. dr hab. Jan Barcz
- Prof. dr hab. Zbigniew Czachór
- Prof. dr hab. Zofia Wysokińska
- Prof. dr hab. Lena Kolarska- Bobińska
- Prof. dr hab. Anna Zielińska-Głębocka
- Prof. dr hab. Janina Witkowska
The Publishing Programme was launched by the Centre for Europe at the University of Warsaw in 1996. The Centre’s activity in this field includes, first of all, preparing and publishing reviewed academic periodicals: the quarterly “Studia Europejskie” (in Polish) and the “Yearbook of Polish European Studies” (in English). As part of the Centre’s publishing programme we also publish course materials and textbooks for students of European Studies, as well as books and monographs crowning various academic undertakings – conferences, seminars and workshops.
The authors of the texts are academics from Poland and from reputable European and American universities. Particularly worth mentioning are the articles written by authors who are directly involved in the process of European integration – officials from European institutions, former negotiators, experts from central public offices, including the National Bank of Poland, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the ministry of Regional Development.
The Centre’s publications are most often published in Polish and English, but there are also books in French and Ukrainian.
The publications of the Centre for Europe are broadly recognised not only in professional circles, but also among students of various universities, from faculties such as political science, economy, law, socio-cultural studies, and, above all, among the readers who are interested in contemporary European matters.
The Centre’s publications reach the libraries of all important academic facilities and a large number of public and specialised libraries and academic bookshops all around Poland. There is also a growing number of foreign readers – our publications are ordered by individual persons and various institutions, including, among others, the libraries of the European Commission, the European University Institute in Florence, the Universities of Oxford, Berlin, Bremen, Mannheim, Bonn, Nancy, Montpellier, Bergen, as well as the Foundations: Schuman, Adenauer, Bertelsmann, Ebert, and such institutions as: Goethe Institut, British Council and Institute Français.