Participation in Conferences (selected presentations): 2023 Clinging to national victimhood. Lessons from post’-war Bosnia and Herzegovina at “Discourses of war(s) in 1990s in the (ex)-Yugoslav area”, 29.05.2023, Warsaw, Poland. Państwo peryferyjne w wielobiegunowym świecie. Przypadek Serbii. at “Kryzys państwa? Państwo wobec kryzysów, 9-10.03.2023, Warsaw, Poland. 2022 Moderator: Panel Memory Politics in Contemporary Wars & Violent Conflicts at “H2020 DisTerrMem Online Discussion Series 2022”, 7.12.2022, Bath, UK. Moderator: Panel State and Society atTransforming State Socialism in East-Central Europe. Historical Sociology of the Long Change”, 30.09-1.10.2022, Warsaw, Poland. Pamięć a hegemonia. Narracje o socjalistycznej przeszłości w Polsce i Niemczech, at  “18. National Sociological Congress”, 14-17.09.2022, Warsaw, Poland. New Authoritarianism in the multipolar world. The case of Serbia under Aleksandar Vučić, at “26th Annual Conference of Central European Political Science Association (CEPSA)”, 2-3.06.2022, Bled, Slovenia. 2021 Dismantling Antifascism in Post-Socialist Poland and Croatia, at “53rd ASEEES Annual Convention”, 18-21.11.2021, New Orleans, USA. Panelist: Negotiating Troubled Pasts: Art & Conflict, at “Negotiating Troubled Pasts: History, Politics, Art and the Media. Repast Final & Next Steps Conference”, 15.10.2021, Repast Consortium. Budowanie narodów na peryferiach socjalistycznej Jugosławii (1945-74), at “Re: Start. Socjologia historyczna. Problemy, metody, rozwiązania, 8-9.10.2021, Jagiellonian University (Poland). Nation-State Reframed. The Memory Struggle over The National Independence Day in the Polish Parliament (1997-1998), on “Memory Studies Association Fifth Annual Conference”, 5-9.07.2021, University of Warsaw (Poland). Panelist at the Round Table: Agonistic Memory in the Post-colonial Context: Mutual Contention and Dialogue in Non-democratic Societies, on “Memory Studies Association Fifth Annual Conference”, 5-9.07.2021, University of Warsaw (Poland). 2019 Balkan Politics and the (Im)possibilities of symbolic spacesharing, on “Discourses and Practices of Space Sharing. Christians and Muslims in the Balkans”, 5-7.12.2019, Humboldt University of Berlin (Germany). The Decline of Antifascism? Memory Struggle Over the V-Day in Polish Parliament, on „XVII Polish Sociological Congress: Me-Us-Them? Subjectivity, Identity, Belonging”, 11-14.09.2019, University of Wrocław (Poland). Faking Unity, Preserving Divisions: How The International Community (Not) Dealt With The Troubled Past In Bosnia And Herzegovina, on 2019 Joint International Conference: Central and East European International Studies Association(CEEISA)-International Studies Association (ISA), 17-19.06.2019, University of Belgrade (Serbia). Nationalists From Within. Intra-Bosniak Memory Struggles in Post-War Bosnia and Herzegovina, on 2019 Summer Convention of the Association for Slavic, East European & Eurasian Studies (ASEEES), 14-16.06.2019, University of Zagreb (Croatia). 2018 Commemorating Srebrenica (1995-2015): Bosniak Politics of Memory Between National and Global, on ASN 2018 European Conference “Nationalism in Times of Uncertainty”, 4-6.07.2018, University of Graz (Austria). 2017 Symbolic Politics as an Instrument of State-Building. The Case of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1991-98, on 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association “(Un)making Europe: Capitalism, Solidarities, Subjectivities”, 29.08-1.09.2017, University of Athens (Greece). 2016 Failed Correction? Post-Communist Memory Politics in the Polish Parliament (1989-2014), on „XVI Polish Sociological Congress: Solidarity in Times of Distrust”, 14-17.09.2016, University of Gdansk (Poland). Collective action emerging and evaporating. Social protests in Bosnia and Herzegovina AD 2014, on 3rd ISA Forum of Sociology “The futures we want: Global Sociology and the Struggles for the Better World”, 10-14.07.2016, University of Vienna (Austria). Bosniak nationalism in pursuit of state legitimacy, on International ASN Conference “Europe, nations and insecurity: Challenges to identities”, 30.06-2.07.2016, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas (Lithuania). 2015 Towards the reconciliation? Serbian cinema reframing memory of the Bosnian war, on “International Academic COST Workshop: The audio-visual production of transcultural memory in Europe”, 17-19.09.2015, University of Dubrovnik (Croatia). Between Sarajevo and Belgrade. Bosniak nationalism in Sandzak after 2000, on “12th Conference of the European Sociological Association: Differences, inequalities and Sociological Imagination”, Charles University, 25-28.08.2015, Charles University, Prague (Czech Republic). 2014 Polish People’s Army Colonel or On Concealments in Biographical Narratives, on „II Transdisciplinary Symposium of Qualitative Research”, 10-12.06.2014, Uniwersity of Łódź (Poland). The recent cinema of Bosnia-Herzegovina as a cinema of escapism, on „Contemporary Central and South-East European Cinema in Transition: A Postgraduate Symposium”, 23.05.2014, University of Southampton (England). 2013 On Marginalization of Memory. The Narrative of Polish Peoples’ Army Colonel, on „International Conference: Histories, Societies, Spaces of Dialogue. Post-dependency Studies in Comparative Perspective”, 27-28.05.2013, University of Wrocław (Poland). Jasenovac, Bleiburg, Vukovar: Sites of Memory and Public Discourse, on „Stuthoff 2.0. Memory. Creativity. Expression. Museums and Sites of Memory, and the Challenges of Contemporaneity”, 11.05.2012, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun, Stutthoff (Poland). ——————–d Organisation of Conferences 2018 „Edward Abramowski (1868-1918). On the Centenary of the Death”. Academic Conference, 23.11.2018, Faculty of Philosophy and Sociology & Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw (Poland). Co-organization: dr Krzysztof Świrek (IS UW), dr Anna Dziedzic (IF UW). 2016 „Crisis and the Power of the State – the Experience of Poland”. Academic Conference, 26-27.04.2016, Chair of Political Sociology, Institute of Sociology, University of Warsaw (Poland). Co-organization: prof. Jacek Raciborski, dr hab. Jerzy Bartkowski, dr hab. Jarosław Kilias, dr Przemysław Sadura, dr Wojciech Rafałowski (IS UW).