How can I join in

How can I join in?

Pol-Int offers multiple opportunities to keep up with current developments in Polish studies, and at the same time to become active yourself.

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Essential information and advice for everyday academic work in the field of Polish studies, especially for early career researchers. Home to the highlight of this platform, the Polish Studies Blog.

Looking for an opportunity to present your research? To publish a paper? To participate in other research projects? Find exactly the call for papers, articles and applications that suits you here.


Browse the wide range of events in the field of Polish studies to find conferences, discussions and more at a place near you - or follow them online on your computer or mobile device.


Find vacancies, funding opportunities for research projects as well as award announcements that match your academic profile.


Take advantage of our exclusive service for the Pol-Int Community: a continually updated overview of the most recent publications in the field of Polish studies from all relevant publishing houses.


The academic blog highlights the liveliness and diversity of Polish studies in incisive posts and exciting formats. Every month, the blog will be curated by a different institution in the field of Polish studies.


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