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Dominika Uczkiewicz

editor of the public history weekly

#projektODRA

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M.Jur. Ph.D.  In 2020 she defended her doctoral thesis entitled: "Justice for Poland." The efforts of the Polish government-in-exile in the years 1939-1945 to establish criminal responsibility for war crimes at Willy Brandt Center for German and European Studies, University of Wrocław. Since 2016 she is working as an editor of international  magazine Public History Weekly. Research associate at Willy Brandt Centre for German and European Studies (#projektODRA).

Her scientific interests include the prosecution and punishment of crimes committed during the second world war, international criminal law, German- Polish relations, Transitional Justice.

Public History Weekly (PHW) is an international scientific journal, Open Access, devoted to the issues of history in public space, history didactics, political history, and the interface between the media and science. The main goal of the Public History Weekly publishing project is to create a platform for scientific debate at the highest level accessible to a wide audience. Every Thursday the website is updated with new articles. Texts by authors from all over the world are published in English and German and, if possible, in the author's mother tongue. Multilingualism, interdisciplinarity and open character of the publication contribute to its high popularity - Public History Weekly has 8,000 readers per month and 93,000 page views.
Public History Weekly has been published since 2013 as a result of a collaboration between the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland (FNHW) in Basel and the publishing house De Gruyter Oldenbourg: Since September 2016, the editorial team of Public History Weekly has been joined: University of Vienna (Universität Wien), The Lucerne University of Teacher Education (PH Luzern) and the Willy Brandt Centre for German and European Studies of the University of Wroclaw.