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dr Joanna Krotofil

dr Joanna Krotofil


Joanna Krotofil studied Psychology at Jagiellonian Univesrsity. In 2012 she obtained her PhD from the Institute for the Study of Religions. Her thesis is focusing on the relationship between religion and identity among recent Polish migrants in UK, and the dialogical relationships between institutions and individuals undergoing identity re-negotiation process.


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Contemporary religion in Poland, Islam in the West, research methods.

Krotofil, J., and Motak, D. (2018). Between traditionalism, fundamentalism and populism: a critical discourse analysis of the media coverage of the migration crisis in Poland. In (eds.) Ulrich Schmiedel and Graeme Smith, Religion in the European Refugee Crisis, London: Palgrave McMillan, pp. 61–85.

Krotofil J. (2014). Religia w procesie kształtowania tożsamości wśród polskich migrantów w Wielkiej Brytanii. Krakow: Nomos.

Krotofil, J. (2013). Religion, migration and dialogical self – new application of Personal Position Repertoire method. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 26(2), 1–14.

Eade, J., Krotofil, J. (2012). Religious Change in an Increasingly Multicultural Britain. In:

W.H.M. Jansen and C. Notermans (ed.), Pilgrimage and Charismatic Worship among ‘Old’ and ‘New’ Poles. In: Gender, Nation and Religion in European Pilgrimage. 163-178. ISBN: 9781409449645

Krotofil, J. (2011). ‘If I am to be a Muslim, I have to be a good one’. Polish migrant women embracing Islam and negotiating their identity in dialog with self and others. In: K. Gorak- Sosnowska (ed.) Muslims in Poland and Eastern Europe: Widening the European Discourse on Islam. 154-168. ISBN: 978-83-903229-5-7

  • “Contested identity social functioning of polish converts to Islam”, NCN grant (OPUS), 2018-2021
  • “Postawy prospołeczne Polaków mierzone akceptacją dawstwa narządów do celów transplantacji”, grant Polskiego Towarzystwa Transplantologicznego, 2018-2019
  • “QuEST” (Quality and Effectiveness of Supported Tenancies for People with Mental Health Problems),  National Institute for Health Research grant, 2012-2017
  • “COMQUOL” (A pilot Randomised Control Trial to assess the effect of a structured communication approach on quality of life in secure mental health settings) “Research for Patient Benefit Programme” grant, 2012
  • “Polish parishioners and Polish priests in the UK and Ireland: Identifying Problems and Possibilities”, Porticus Fundation grant, 2008-2009
  • “Mixed heritage in Waltham Forest”, London Borough of Waltham Forest research grant, 2009-2010
  • “Reducing drug and alcohol related harm amongst settled and migrant communities in Waltham Forest”, London Borough of Waltham Forest research grant, 2009-2011
  • “Accession State Migrants in London Borough of Redbridge”, London Borough of Redbridge research grant, 2009
  • “Preventing Political and Violent Extremism in London Borough of Merton”, London Borough of Merton research grant, 2008


Seminarium licencjackie i magisterskie:

Magdalena Kloskowska

Islam in the West: Between Islamophobia and conversion to Islam

Metody ilościowe i jakościowe w badaniach religii

Socjologia religii - ćwiczenia

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