Paweł Marczewski

Sociologist and political commentator based in Vienna. He is a contributing writer at the Polish weekly magazine Tygodnik Powszechny.

Empire to Republic | The Polish Paradox

Poland wants to sit at Europe’s big table, but Poles have learned to be critical, ironic and contrarian, in defiance of politics. After turning his interest toward Central Europe in the 1980s, the late Tony Judt decided to learn Czech. Why not Polish? Judt, one of the most thought-provoking historians of the 20th century, responded […]
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