dr hab. Hanna Schreiber – Ph.D., academic teacher since 2006; holder of M.A. diplomas in political science (2005, with distinction); law (2006, with distinction) and history (2010). Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Political Science and International Studies University of Warsaw; laureate of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education scholarship for young prominent scholars (2012-2015).
Member of the European Union research grant “The Right to Cultural Heritage in the European Union – Heuright” (heuright.eu) 2015-2018; participant in international OSMOSE grant: “A Comparative Research on Intangible Cultural Heritage Law in Europe” (2016-2017); currently engaged in the project of the Foundation For All Moonkind.
Active member of international academic research organizations: the International Law Association (ILA Polish Branch) and of the ILA Committee on the Participation in Global Cultural Heritage Governance, Association of Critical Heritage Studies (co-ordinator of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Network and co-editor of the Intangible Cultural Heritage Newsletter), European Society of International Law (Working Group on International Law on Culture), European International Studies Association.
Active member of Polish NGOs: the Council of Cultural Observatory Foundation, Scientific Council of the Association of Folk Artists and Polish Association of International Studies (vice-president of the section International Cultural Relations).
Hanna also served as a member of the National Council for Intangible Cultural Heritage (2013-2018, vice-president of this Council, Head of the Working Group on Legal and Strategic Issues related to ICH). She was main coordinator of the first nomination from Poland to UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity (Nativity scene – szopka – tradition in Kraków) inscribed into the List in November 2018; programme and thematic coordinator of the 1st China-Central and Eastern European Countries Expert-Level Forum on the Safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage, (Kraków, October 2016); member of the Polish delegation to UNESCO 2003 Convention meetings in Paris (June 2016, June 2018), Addis Abeba (Ethiopia, December 2016), Jeju, (Korea, December 2017), Port Louis (Mauritius, November 2018).
Speaker and participant in international conferences, workshops and seminars concerning culture and cultural heritage organized in Hungary, Greece, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Norway, Belgium, Italy, United Kingdom, France, Russia, Ethiopia, Latvia, Korea, China, Mauritius and India.
Culture and cultural heritage in international relations, cross-cultural awareness, sociology and anthropology of/in international relations, theories of international relations.
H. Schreiber, Intangible cultural heritage, Europe and the EU: Dangerous Liaisons?, [w:] Cultural Heritage in the European Union. A Critical Inquiry into Law and Policy, (red.) A. Jakubowski, F. Fiorentini and K. Hausler, Brill-Nijhoff, 2019, s. 324-364.
H.Schreiber, A. Wojciuk (red.), Stosunki międzynarodowe. Antologia tekstów źródłowych, t.1. Korzenie dyscypliny do 1989 roku, Warszawa, 2018.
H. Schreiber, G. Michałowska, Culture(s) in International Relations, Frankfurt an Main, 2017.