Elżbieta M. Goździak, Ph.D.

antropolog kultury i badacz migracji, profesor na Uniwersytecie Georgetown w Waszyngtonie oraz profesor wizytujący na Uniwersytecie im. Adama Mickiewicza w Poznaniu

 

e-mail: emg27@georgetown.edu

www.elzbietagozdziak.com

Zainteresowania badawcze:

Studia nad migracjami: migracje przymusowe i uchodźcy polityczni, integracja imigrantów w Ameryce Północnej i w Europie, migracje dzieci i młodzieży, migracje Polaków w Europie, migracje pracowników opieki medycznej i społecznej, handel ludźmi; Antropologia medyczna: zdrowie psychiczne uchodźców i migrantów, medykalizacja ludzkiego cierpienia, dysproporcje w zdrowiu, dostęp do opieki zdrowotnej migrantów i uchodźców;

Metodologie i techniki badań terenowych: antropologia uczestnicząca, wywiady etnograficzne, grupy fokusowe, etnografia mobilna i wielomiejscowa, etyka badań terenowych; Antropologia stosowana: ewaluacja polityki migracyjnej i programów dla uchodźców i migrantów.

Publikacje:

Books:

♦ Europe and the Refugee Response. A Crisis of Values? 2020. (Editor, with Izabella Main and Brigitte Suter)

 

♦ Children and Forced Migration: Durable Solutions during Transient Years. Palgrave. 2017. (Editor, with Marisa O. Ensor)

♦ Contested Childhoods: Growing Up in Migrancy. Springer Publishing. 2016. (Editor, with Marie Louise Seeberg)

♦ Trafficked Children and Youth in the United States: Reimagining Survivors. Rutgers University Press. 2016.

♦ Migrant Children: At the Crossroads of Vulnerability and Resiliency. Palgrave: 2010 (with Marisa O. Ensor).

♦ Od gości do sąsiadów. Integracja cudzoziemców spoza Unii Europejskiej w Poznaniu w edukacji, na rynku pracy i w opiece zdrowotnej (From guests to neighbors. Integration of third-country nationals in the labor force, education, and health care in Poznan). Poznan: UAM Press: 2010 (with Natalia Bloch).

♦ New Immigrants, Changing Communities. Best Practices for a Better America. Lexington Books: Lanham, MD 2008 (with Micah N. Bump).

♦ Beyond the Gateway: Immigrants in a Changing America. Lexington Books: Lanham, MD 2005 (with Susan F. Martin)

Special issues:

♦ Polish Migration after the Fall of the Iron Curtain. Special issue of International Migration. 2015. Volume 52 Number 1 (Editor)

 

♦ Data and Research on Human Trafficking: A Global Survey. Special issue of International Migration 2005 43(1/2) (Editor, with Frank Laczko).

 

♦ Religion and Forced Migration. A Special Issue of the Journal of Refugee Studies. 2002. Volume 15 Number (Editor, with Dianna J. Shandy).

 

♦ Rethinking Refuge and Displacement. Selected Papers on Refugees and Immigrants 2000: VIII. American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C. (Editor, with Dianna J. Shandy).

Book chapters:

♦ Of Will or Force? Contesting Assumptions about Child Trafficking. In Marie Louise Seeberg and Elzbieta M. Gozdziak (eds.) Contested Childhoods: Growing Up in Migrancy. New York: Springer Publishing. 2016.

 

♦ Data Matters: Issues and Challenges for Research on Trafficking. In Molly Dragiewicz (ed.) Global Human Trafficking. Critical Issues and Contexts. London and New York: Routledge 2015.

 

♦ Dreams Deferred: The Effects of Undocumented Status on Latino Youths’ Education and Livelihoods. In Lois Lorentzen (Ed.) Hidden Lives and Human Rights in the United States: Understanding the Controversies and Tragedies of Undocumented Immigration. ABC-CLIO 2014.

 

♦ Empirical Vacuum: In Search of Research on Human Trafficking. In Rosemary Gartner and William McCarthy (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on Sex, Gender, and Crime. Oxford University Press: 2014.

 

♦ Global Trends, Local Outcomes: Globalization and the Foreign-Born Temporary Labor Force in the Shenandoah Valley Apple Industry. In David Griffith (Mis)managing Migration Guestworkers’ Experiences with North American Labor Markets. SAR Press: 2014 (with Micah N. Bump and B. Lindsay Lowell)

 

♦ Culturally Competent Responses to the Effects of Armed Conflict on the Well-Being of Refugee Women. In John Tirman and Susan Martin (Eds.), Women, Migration, and Conflict: Breaking a Deadly Circle. Springer 2009.

 

♦ Pray God and Keep Walking: Religion, Gender and Identity of Refugee Women. In Maroussia Hajdukowski-Ahmed and Nazilla Khanlou (eds.) Not Born a Refugee Woman. Reclaiming Identities: Challenges, Implications and Transformations in Research, Education, Policy and Creativity. Berghan Books 2008.

 

♦ Promising Practices for Immigrant Integration. In Elżbieta M Goździak and Susan F. Martin (Eds.) Beyond the Gateway: Immigrants in a Changing America. Lexington Books: Lanham, MD 2005. Pp. 241-276. (with Michael J. Melia)

 

♦ Challenges for the Future. In Elżbieta M Goździak and Susan F. Martin (Eds.) Beyond the Gateway: Immigrants in a Changing America. Lexington Books: Lanham, MD 2005. Pp. 277-285. (with Susan F. Martin).

 

♦ Illegal Europeans: Transients Between Two Societies. In David W. Haines and Karen Rosenblum (Editors). Undocumented migrants in the US. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press 1999.

 

♦ Eastern Europeans. In David W. Haines (Editor). Case Studies in Diversity. Refugees in America in the 1990s. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger 1999.

 

♦ Eastern Europeans. In David W. Haines (Editor). Refugees in the 1990s: A Reference Handbook. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press 1996.

Peer reviewed journal articles:

♦ Goździak E. M. & Main I., (2020) “Transnational Mobility and Socio-cultural Remittances: The Case of Polish Women in Norway and Poland”, Ethnologia Europaea 50(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/ee.1207

♦ Multiple belongings: transnational mobility, social class, and gendered identities among Polish migrants in Norway. 2019. Social Identities, DOI: 10.1080/13504630.2019.1677458 (with Marek Pawlak)

 

♦ Paperless and Jobless: The Undocumented Status and Access to Employment among Latino Youth. 2019.Studia Migracyjne–Przegląd Polonijny, 2019 45(1):25-39. DOI 10.4467/25444972SMPP.19.001.10251 [link]

 

♦ Where the Wild Things Are: Fear of Islam and the Anti-Refugee Rhetoric in Hungary and in Poland. Central and Eastern European Migration Review. Published online: 21 June 2018, pp. 1–27. doi: 10.17467/ceemr.2018.04 (with Péter Márton)

 

♦ Theorizing Polish migration across Europe: Perspectives, concepts, and methodologies. 2016. Sprawy Narodowosciowe. Seria nowa (Nationalities Affiars. New Series). 48: 106–127 (with Marek Pawlak).

 

♦ Sukces czy porazka? O Polakach powracajacych “z zycia na ulicy” w Wielkiej Brytanii. 2016. Studia migracyjne 2(60): 97-118 (with Izabela Czerniejewska)

 

♦ Biała emigracja: Variegated Mobility of Polish Care Workers. 2016. Social Identities 22(1): 26-43.

 

♦ To Dream or Not to Dream. The Effects of Immigration Status, Discrimination, and Parental Influence on Latino Children’s Access to Education. Migration Studies 2(3): 392-414 November 2014

 

♦ Aiding defeated migrants.” International Migration 52(1): 87-99. January 2014 (with Izabela Czerniejewska)

 

♦ Misconceptions about human trafficking in a time of crisis. Forced Migration Review 45: 58-59. February 20014 (with Alissa Walter).

 

♦ Empirical Vacuum: In Search of Research on Human Trafficking.” In Rosemary Gartner and William McCarthy (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on Sex, Gender, and Crime, Oxford University Press 2014.

 

♦ Children trafficked to the United States: Myths and Realities,” Global Dialogue 14(2) Summer/Autumn 2012.

 

♦ Ten Obcy. Stosunek Wielkopolan do cudzoziemcow. (The Other. Attitudes of the Wielkopolska Residents toward Foreigners), Przeglad Wielkopolski 2012 1(95): 17-28 (with Leszek Nowak).

 

♦ Identifying child victims of human trafficking: Toward solutions and resolutions.” Criminology and Public Policy 2010 9(2): 245-256.

 

♦ On Challenges, Dilemmas, and Opportunities in Studying Trafficked Children” The Anthropology Quarterly Fall 2008 81(4): 903-923.

 

♦ The Care of Unaccompanied Undocumented Children in Federal Custody: Issues and Options” Protecting Children 23 (1) January 2008 (with Micah N. Bump).

 

♦ Closing the Gaps: The Need to Improve Identification and Services to Child Victims of Trafficking.” Human Organization Summer 2007 66(2): 171-184 (with Margaret MacDonnell).

 

♦ Introduction: The Role of Religion and Spirituality in Forced Migration (with Dianna J. Shandy). In Elzbieta M. Gozdziak and Dianna J. Shandy (Editors) Religion and Forced Migration. A Special Issue of the Journal of Refugee Studies. 2002. Volume 15 Number 2.

 

♦ Spiritual Emergency Room: The Role of Spirituality and Religion in the Resettlement of Kosovar Albanians. In Elzbieta M. Gozdziak and Dianna J. Shandy (Editors) Religion and Forced Migration. A Special Issue of the Journal of Refugee Studies. 2002. Volume 15 Number 2.

 

♦ Violence as a Political Instrument: An Anthropological and Public Health Perspective. Social Justice: Anthropology, Peace and Human Rights 2 (1-2): 1-23. Winter/Spring 2001.

 

♦ Rethinking Refuge and Displacement. Selected Papers on Refugees and Immigrants 2000: VIII. American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C. (Editor, with Dianna J. Shandy).

 

♦ Operation Provide Refuge: The Challenges of Integrating Behavioral Science and Indigenous Approaches to Human Suffering. With John J. Tuskan, Jr.

 

Other publications:

♦ Polish Language Learning and Multicultural Education: Challenges in the Wielkopolska Region (with Izabella Main). NoVaMigra Policy Research Alert 2019. [link]

♦ Wyzwania w nauce języka polskiego jako obcego i edukacji międzykulturowej na przykładzie Wielkopolski (with Izabella Main). NoVaMigra Policy Research Alert 2019. [link]

♦ Using Fear of the “Other,” Orbán Reshapes Migration Policy in a Hungary Built on Cultural Diversity. 2019. Migration Information Source. October 10, 2019. [link]

 

♦ Erasing Polish Anthropology? Anthropology News website, December 7, 2018. DOI: 10.1111/AN.1051 (with Izabella Main)

dr hab. Izabella Main: imain@amu.edu.pl

e-mail: cebam@amu.edu.pl

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