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Prof. dr hab. Artur Gruszczak

Prof. dr hab. Artur Gruszczak

e-mail: artur.gruszczak@uj.edu.pl

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Position/post/function at the Department/Institute/University

Head of the Chair in National Security; member of the Commission on Teaching Quality Assessment at the Institute of Political Science and International Relations of the Jagiellonian University (INPiSM); Jagiellonian University Rector’s Proxy for Cooperation with the Polish Special Operations Command; member of the Board of the Doctoral School of Social Sciences at the Jagiellonian University; member of the Council of Scientific Excellence, Committee on Social Sciences.

Education/Degrees

MA in Political Sciences, Specialization Track: Journalism; Jagiellonian University (1988)

PhD in Humanities, discipline: Political Science, Jagiellonian University (1993)

Habilitation in Humanities, discipline: Political Science, specialization: International Relations, Jagiellonian University (2010)

Professor of Social Sciences, President of the Republic of Poland (2018)

Scholarships/Fellowships

1993 - TEMPUS JEP 4547/92; Universidad Complutense, Madrid

1994 – Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen (IWM), Vienna – Junior Visiting Fellow

1994-1996 – NATO Research Fellowship for the Study of Democratic Institutions – Definition, Establishment and Enforcement of New Rules of the Political Game in the Process of Democratic Consolidation in East-Central Europe

1997-1998 - Open Society Institute, Research Support Scheme; grant no. 1485/1997 – International Dimensions of Governability in the New Democracies of East-Central Europe;

1997-1999 - Jean Monnet Project for Poland, grant no PL97/111 – "The Third Pillar of the European Union”;

1998 - TEMPUS PHARE IMG-97-PL-2098; Universidad Complutense, Madrid;

2002 – Skalny Visiting Professor, University of Rochester, USA;

2002 – Center for European Studies, New York, USA; grant for study visits to Columbia University, New York and Drake University, Des Moines, USA

2009 – LLP-ERASMUS, Teaching Staff Mobility; University of Bergen, Department of Comparative Politics, Bergen.

2010 – LLP-ERASMUS, Teaching Staff Mobility, Universidad de Murcia, Facultad de Derecho, Murcia.

2011 – LLP-ERASMUS, Teaching Staff Mobility, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Facultad de Ciencias Politicas, Barcelona.

2012 – LLP-ERASMUS, Teaching Staff Mobility, Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Facultad de Derecho, Sevilla.

2014 - LLP-ERASMUS, Teaching Staff Mobility, Universidad de Granada, Facultad de Ciencias Politicas y Sociologia, Granada.

2016 – Erasmus+, Teaching Staff Mobility, Universidad de Burgos, Facultad de Derecho, Burgos.

2017 – Erasmus+, Teaching Staff Mobility, Universidade do Minho, Escola de Economia e Gestão, Braga.

Awards

1998 – 1st Class Rector’s Team Award for Academic Excellence, Rector of the Jagiellonian University

2000 – Rector’s Individual Award for Academic Excellence, Rector of the Jagiellonian University

2002 – 2nd Class Rector’s Individual Award for Academic Excellence, Rector of the Jagiellonian University

2005 – Rector’s Team Award for Academic Excellence, Rector of the Jagiellonian University

2008 – 2nd Class Rector’s Individual Award for Academic Excellence, Rector of the Jagiellonian University

2009 – 1st Class Rector’s Team Award for Organizational Achievements, Rector of the Jagiellonian University

2009 – 1st Class Rector’s Team Award for Academic Excellence, Rector of the Jagiellonian University

2011 – 3rd Class Rector’s Individual Award for Academic Excellence, Rector of the Jagiellonian University

2015 – 3rd Class Rector’s Team Award for Academic Excellence, Rector of the Jagiellonian University

2017 – 1st Class Rector’s Individual Award for Academic Excellence, Rector of the Jagiellonian University

Membership in Learned Associations

International Studies Association (ISA)

Central and East European International Studies Association (CEEISA), member of the Executive Committee in 2013-2016, 2016-2019

European International Studies Association (EISA),

European Union Studies Association (EUSA)

University Association of Contemporary European Studies (UACES)

International Political Science Association (IPSA)

Polish International Studies Association  (PTSM), head of the International Security Section; vice-Chairman of the Governing Board of the Krakow Branch(2016-2022)

Expertise

Statewatch Advisory Group inLondon (since 2010)

TEAM Europe at the EU Representation Office in Poland (2010-2016).

Observatoire des think tanks, member of the Orientation Board (Conseil d'orientation) (since 2013)

Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS) in Athens, member of the Board of International Advisors (since 2014)

Europeans for Competitive and Strategic Intelligence (EFCSI) in Brussels, founding member (since 2014)

Courses taught

Wprowadzenie do studiów strategicznych

Zarządzanie bezpieczeństwem

Współpraca w dziedzinie wymiaru sprawiedliwości i spraw wewnęrznych UE

Polityka bezpieczeństwa wewnętrznego Unii Europejskiej

Terrorism and Counterterrorism

Research interests

Strategic studies, military transformations, violence in international relations, contemporary military relations, functions and goals of the armed foces, hybridization of security.

EU area of freedom, security and justice, internal security in the EU, including police cooperation, prevention and fight against terrorism and organised crime, border protection, migration management, the Schengen zone.

Information management, intelligence cooperation in the EU and in the transatlantic community, anticipation of threats and risks with the use of open-source information.

Current research

Protocolarisation of security: new approach to contemporary security in the context of its complexity, discursiveness and the network configuration of its elements.

Immigration policy of the Nordic countries in the post-2015 migration crisis.

Borders and Orders: Governing Internal Security in the European Union – a monograhic book taking up issues in the EU’s internal security governance and integrated external borders management in the EU.

Main publications

Monograhic books

  1. Intelligence Security in the European Union. Building a Strategic Intelligence Community, Palgrave Macmillan, seria: New Security Challenges, Londyn i Nowy Jork 2016, s. xiii+298.
  2. Europejska wspólnota wywiadowcza. Prawo – instytucje – mechanizmy, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, Kraków 2014, s. 310.
  3. Współpraca policyjna w Unii Europejskiej w wymiarze transgranicznym. Aspekty polityczne i prawne, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, Kraków 2009, s. 283
  4. Ameryka Środkowa, seria „Historia państw świata w XX wieku”, Wydawnictwo TRIO, Warszawa 2007, s. 613
  5. Unia Europejska wobec przestępczości. Współpraca w ramach III filara, Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, Kraków 2002, s. 198

Collected volumes

  1. Między wiedzą a władzą: bezpieczeństwo w erze informacji [Between knowledge and power: security in the information era] (co-editor: Piotr Bajor), Kraków: Wydawnictwo Księgarnia Akademicka, 2019, 330 pp.
  2. Security Outlook 2018, Kraków: Wydawnictwo Księgarnia Akademicka, 2019, 145 pp.; https://doi.org/10.12797/9788381380843.
  3. Meandry współczesnego bezpieczeństwa: między regionalizacją a globalizacją [The intricacies of contemporary security. Between regionalisation and globalisation], Kraków: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, 2018,  274 pp.
  4. Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Regional and Global Security  (co-editor: Paweł Frankowski), London-New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018, xv+254 pp.
  5. Technology, Ethics and the Protocols of Modern War (co-editor: Paweł Frankowski). London – New York 2018: Routledge, xii+220 pp.
  6. Euro-Atlantic Security Policy: Between NATO Summits in Newport and Warsaw, Kraków: Instytut Studiów Strategicznych, 2015, 106 pp.
  7. Program Sztokholmski – implikacje i wyzwania dla Unii Europejskiej i Polski [The Stockholm Programme – implications and challenges for the European Union and Poland] Warszawa: Centrum Europejskie Natolin, 2010, 147 pp.
  8. Wpływ tarczy antyrakietowej na pozycję międzynarodową Polski [The impact of the ballistic missile shield on Poland’s international position] (co-editor: Michał Chorośnicki), Kraków: Instytut Nauk Politycznych i Stosunków Międzynarodowych UJ, 2008, 621 pp.

Chapters in collected volumes

  1. „Migration and Security in 2018”, in: Artur Gruszczak (ed), Security Outlook 2018, Kraków: Wydawnictwo Księgarnia Akademicka, 2019, pp. 27-51.
  2. „Irregular migration – Section commentary”, in: Agnieszka Weinar, Saskia Bonjour, Lyubov Zhyznomirska (eds), Routledge Handbook of Politics of Migration in Europe, London – New York: Routledge, 2019, pp. 274-280.
  3. „Building the EU’s resilience: the role of intelligence community”, in: Daniela Irrera, Claudia Morsut (eds), Security Beyond the State: The EU in an Age of Transformation, Opladen – Berlin – Toronto: Barbara Budrich Publishers,  2018, pp. 54-73.
  4.  “Introduction: The protocols of modern war” (co-author: Paweł Frankowski), in: Artur Gruszczak, Paweł Frankowski (eds), Technology, Ethics and the Protocols of Modern War, London – New York 2018: Routledge, pp. 1-9.
  5. “Conclusions: Protocols of war – dimensions and layers” co-author: Paweł Frankowski), in: Artur Gruszczak, Paweł Frankowski (eds), Technology, Ethics and the Protocols of Modern War, London – New York 2018: Routledge, pp. 208-215.
  6. „Violence  reconsidered: Towards post-modern warfare”, in: Artur Gruszczak, Paweł Frankowski (eds), Technology, Ethics and the Protocols of Modern War, London – New York 2018: Routledge,  pp. 26-40.
  7. „Conclusion: Drifting Apart Regional Security Orders” (co-author: Paweł Frankowski), in: Paweł Frankowski, Artur Gruszczak (eds), Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives on Regional and Global Security, London-New York 2018: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 239-246.
  8. „Police and Customs Cooperation Centres and Their Role in EU Internal Security Governance”, in: Raphael Bossong, Helena Carrapico (eds), EU Borders and Shifting Internal Security. Technology, Externalization and Accountability, Berlin: Springer Verlag, 2016, pp. 157-175.
  9. „Poland: The Special Services since the Independence”, in: Bob de Graaff, James M. Nyce (eds), The Handbook of European Intelligence Cultures, Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2016, pp. 279-290.
  10. “EU Criminal Intelligence Model - Problems and Issues”, in: Joanna Beata Banach-Gutierrez, Chris Harding (eds), EU Criminal Law and Crime Policy. Values, Principles and Methods, London – New York: Routledge, 2016, pp. 149-167.
  11. „NATO as a smart actor of global security”, in: Michał Matyasik (ed), 15 Years of Polish membership in NATO. Experiences & future challenges, Kraków: KONTekst, 2015, pp. 37-48.
  12. „Poland: A Skillfull Player”, in:  Eleanor E. Zeff, Ellen B. Pirro (eds), The European Union and the member states, 3rd ed., Boulder, CO – London: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2015, pp. 259-278.
  13. “Euro-Atlantic security policy after NATO’s Wales Summit: Grappling with functional overload”, in: Artur Gruszczak (ed), Euro-Atlantic Security Policy: Between NATO Summits in Newport and Warsaw, Kraków: Instytut Studiów Strategicznych, 2015, pp. 93-104.

Articles in academic journals

  1. „Securitization of neo-nomadic mobility: Frontex’s agent power in the EU’s extended borderland”, The Review of European and Comparative Law 2019, 37 (2), pp. 33-63, https://doi.org/10.31743/recl.4868
  2. The Polish Intelligence Services and Security Dilemmas of a Frontline State, Revista Română de Studii de Intelligence / Romanian Intelligence Studies Review, 2017, no. 17-18, pp. 65-80.
  3. „European Borders in Turbulent Times: The case of the Central Mediterranean ‘Extended Borderland’”,  Politeja, 2017, nr 5 (50), s. 23-45; DOI: https://doi.org/10.12797/Politeja.14.2017.50.02
  4.  “Establishing an EU law enforcement fusion centre”, European Journal of Policing Studies 2016, 4 (1), s. 103-124.
  5. „Resilience and mitigation in security management: concepts and concerns”, Forum Scientiae Oeconomia, 2016, 4, numer specjalny 1, s. 7-23.

Participation in scientific conferences

  1. 9-11.09.2020 – EISA Virtual Conference 2020, „Knowledge Practices and Academic Community: Keeping the Fire Going in the Times of Corona”.
  2. 1-4.09.2019 – Lisbon, UACES 49th Annual Conference, paper: „Frontex as a law-enforcement agency”.
  3. 9-10.07.2019 – Porto, COST Action ENTER EU Foreign Policy Facing New Realities & Universidade do Porto, “De-Europeanization and the EU’s International Relations”, paper: “The Perils of Ethnopolitics. The Visegrad Four as a de-Europeanising Actor in the EU’s Migration Policy”.
  4. 26-28.06.2019 – Kraków, Uniwersytet Jagielloński & European International Studies Association, 6th European Workshops in International Studies (EWIS), „The Next 100 Years of International Relations”, Head of the Local Organising Committee; Programme Co-Chair.
  5. 29-31.05.2019 – Brno, Czech Defence Academy, V International Annual Conference: Defence and Strategy, „Strategic Alternatives for Armed Forces Development”; członek Komitetu Naukowego, paper: „The Challenge of Post-modern Warfare”.
  6. 20-23.05.2019 – Stockholm, Military Academy Karlberg, International Symposium of Military Academies ISOMA 2019.
  7. 9-10.10.2018 – Kraków, CYBERSEC European Cybersecurity Forum The Quest for Cybertrust, pariticipant of a closed session “Lessons for Future Cyber Forces”.
  8. 17-19.09.2018 – Kraków, The 2nd Jagiellonian Interdisciplinary Security Conference “Friends, Foes and Familiar Strangers: Reassessing Actorness in Times of the Global (Dis)Order”, Chariman of the Organizaing Committee, paper: Fusing intelligence in the EU: prospects and challenges
  9. 21-25.07.2018 – Brisbane, International Political Science Association (IPSA), 25. World Congress of Political Science, paper: „Ethnopolitics Is Back! The Politics of Border Management of the Visegrad Four”
  10. 18-21.06.2018, Budapest, National University of Public Services, iMAF 2018 – International Military Academic Forum 2018.
  11. 4-6.06.2018, Brno, University of Defence, Centre for Security and Military Strategic Studies, IV International Annual Conference: Defence and Strategy, member of the Academic Committee, paper: “Future battlefield: Towards new protocols of war”
  12. 16-18.05.2018 – Brussels, Institute for European Studies, The European Union in International Affairs VI – Protecting and Projecting Europe, paper: „Building the EU’s resilience: The role of intelligence community”.
  13. 13-15.11.2017, Kraków, Jagiellonian University & US Special Operation Forces European Command, Resistance Operation Concept Seminar, Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee.
  14. 8-9.11.2017 – Kraków, VII Convention of the Polish International Studies Association, member of the Programme Board, paper: „The emergence and consolidation of a disorganised phronetic security community: NATO and EU facing the migration crisis in the Mediterranean”.
  15. 26-27.10.2017, Bucharest, „Mihai Viteazul” National Intelligence Academy, 23rd International Conference „Intelligence in the Knowledge Society”, paper: „The Polish intelligence services and security dilemmas of a frontline state”.
  16. 22-24.06.2017, Athens, European Chapter of the International Association for Intelligence Education (IAFIE) & Research Institute for European and American Studies, Second Annual Conference IAFIE-EUROPE „Intelligence Studies in a a Time of European Crisis”, papers: „Intelligence Studies in Poland: Modest beginnings of a new discipline” & „Fusing Intelligence in the European Union: In Search of Synergy”.
  17. 29.05-2.06.2017, Saint-Jean, Royal Military College Saint-Jean, 5th International Symposium on the Development of Military Academies (ISoDoMA), paper: „Achieving Synergistic Effects of Collaboration Between Civil and Military Academies - The Case of Jagiellonian University”.
  18. 26-28.05.2017, Bratislava, GLOBSEC, Bratislava Forum GLOBSEC 2017.
  19. 17-18.05.2017 – Riga, Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence, Community of Interest Conference „Developing Resilience in Hybrid Conflicts”, participant in Syndicate A – Strategic synchronisation.
  20. 1-3.04.2017 – Taipei, World International Studies Committee / National Taiwan University, 5th Global International Studies Conference, paper: “Borders in Turbulent Times: Schengen as the Inside/Outside Divide”.
  21. 11-13.10.2016, Belgrade, 6th Belgrade Security Forum, paper: „Unmodern people in post-modern world: The rise of ethno-nationalism and its consequences for Poland’s immigration policy”.
  22. 5-7.09.2016, London, Queen Mary University & UACES, 46th Annual Conference of UACES, paper: „EU criminal intelligence cooperation – challenges of oversight and accountability”.
  23. 23-25.06.2016, Ljubljana, CEEISA, 11th Convention of the Central and East European International Studies Association; paper: “Schengen as the Inside/Outside Divide: Fostering the hybrid regime”.
  24. 20-24.06.2016, Wrocław, Wyższa Szkoła Oficerska Wojsk Lądowych, iMAF 2016 – international Military Academic Forum 2016.
  25. 13-14.06.2016, Brno, University of Defence, Centre for Security and Military Strategic Studies, II International Annual Conference: Defence and Strategy – From Wales to Warsaw and beyond, keynote speaker: “NATO and Poland: From Wales to Warsaw and beyond”.
  26. 11-13.04.2016, The Hague, NATO Civil-Military Co-operation Centre of Excellence; international symposium NATO CIMIC Community of  Interest „CIMIC and CMI contribution to a post-war strategy”.
  27. 23-26.09.2015, Giardini Naxos, Universita degli Studi di Catania & EISA, 9th Pan-European Conference on International Relations; papers: „Building the EU’s resilience: the role of intelligence community” and “Violence  reconsidered: Towards post-modern warfare”.
  28. 6-9.09.2015, Bilbao, Universidad de Deusto & UACES, 45th Annual Conference of UACES, paper: “Building resilience: the role of EU intelligence community”.
  29. 24-26.06.2015, Katowice, Wyższa Szkoła Policji, ISEC Project Closing Conference, The use of existing information systems to increase the efficiency of cross-border infomration exchange and effectiveness of crime prevention, paper: “PCCCs as fusion centres: prospects for a cross-border intelligence-led policing”, facilitator of the panel discussion on “Sharing information, knowledge and best practices: PCCCs’ experiences and achievements”.
  30. 18-20.06.2015, Kraków – Uniwerystet Jagielloński, Jagiellonian University Security Conference – Interdisciplinary Approaches to Security in the Changing World; Chairman of the Organizing Committee, paper: „Stream-nodal governance: Phronetic approach to the EU’s internal security.