Mirska Andżelika dr

Mirska Andżelika

dr Andżelika MirskaPh.D. in Humanities (2006), a graduate of the Institute of Political Science (1999) and the Faculty of Law and Administration (2001) at the University of Warsaw, member of the teaching staff at the Faculty of Political Science and International Relations. Head of the international project Local Government and the Changing Urban-Rural Interplay under the European Union Horizon 2020 – Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions RESEARCH AND INNOVATION STAFF EXCHANGE (RISE) research programme (2019–2023). Partner of the Europäisches Zentrum für Föderalismus-Forschung Tübingen. From 2012 to 2017, content editor (for German affairs) of the annual publication“Studia Politica Germanica”. Scholarship holder at the Humboldt University of Berlin, University of Konstanz, Free University of Berlin and University of Vienna. Lecturer at multiple foreign universities: Humboldt University of Berlin, University of Konstanz, Free University of Berlin, University of Mainz, University of Saarbrücken, University of Munich, University of Bonn, University of Leipzig, University of Potsdam, University of Regensburg, University of Vienna and Baltic International Academy in Riga. Participation in scientific conferences (with paper) in Tutzing, Graz, Riga and Bolzano.

Research interests

Public administration, local government/local democracy/participation, metropolisation in Poland and worldwide, political and administrative systems in Austria and Germany.


Department of State Sciences and Public Administration

Recent publications:

A. Mirska, State policy on the formation and modernisation of Polish territorial structure, [w:] Jahrbuch des Föderalismus 2018 – Föderalismus, Subsidiarität und Regionen in Europa, Gebunden, 2018, s. 285-296.

A. Mirska, Wroclaw – The European Capital of Culture 2016, [w:] Jahrbuch des Föderalismus 2016, (red.) Rudolf Hrbek, Gebunden, 2016, s. 350-360.

A. Mirska, Regionale Bewegungen in Polen – ein Weg zu Regionalparteien oder Phänomen ohne politische Folgen ?, „Occasional Papers”, 2016 nr 41, s. 90-102.