Michał Wenzel

wenzelMichał Wenzel (Research Fellow, Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford)

Michał Wenzel gained his PhD in sociology from the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology, Polish Academy of Sciences, and M.A. from Central European University. Before joining the University of Social Sciences and Humanities he was a researcher and analyst at the CBOS Public Opinion Research Center in Warsaw, where he was involved in the design and analysis of public opinion surveys, and in qualitative research. He was a post-doctoral scholar at Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies in Cologne and a visiting scholar at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. At present he is a member of the team of the Democratic Audit of Poland project. Recent publications in English include:

'Trade Unionism in Poland Since 1945' (with D. Ost), in: C. Phelan (ed.) Trade Unionism Since 1945: Towards A Global History (Bern: Peter Lang, 2010)

'The End of Anti-Anti-Americanism? Attitudes to the USA in Poland' (with B. Roguska), in: O. Gyarfasova (ed.) Nurturing Atlanticists in Central Europe: Case of Slovakia and Poland (Bratislava: Institute for Public Affairs, 2008)

'American vs. European Social Model – Polish choices', in: L. Kolarska-Bobińska, P. Kucharczyk and P. M. Kaczyński (eds.), Bridges Across the Atlantic (Institute of Public Affairs: Warsaw 2005)