Clara M. Frysztacka (b. 1986), PhD, is a research associate at the Department of Contemporary European History at the European University Viadriana. In her research, she takes a postcolonial approach to Eastern (Central) European history and focuses on the history of Polish ideas and media in the 19th century, concepts of time in modernity, the imperial history of Europe, andthe question of the caesura character of the 1970s for rural areas.
Selected publications:
  • Zeit-Schriften der Moderne. Zeitkonstruktion und temporale Selbstverortung in der polnischen Presse (1880-1914). Berlin: De Gruyter Oldenbourg, 2020.
  • The Ambivalences of Europeanization. Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2020 (edited together with Beichelt, Timm, Claudia Weber u. Susann Worschech).
  • Temporal Depth and Encounter Stories - The Imperial-Colonial Tools of Polish Historical Knowledge about the East, in History and Society. Journal of Historical Social Science, 47 (2021) / 4.
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