Marcin Moskalewicz, PhD, is currently a Senior Fulbright Scholar at Texas A&M University, and Assistant Professor at the Chair of the History of Medical Sciences at Poznan University of Medical Sciences (Poland). Formerly he was a EURIAS fellow at the Collegium Helveticum at University of Zurich/ETH Zurich (Switzerland). Born in Warsaw (Poland) in 1980, Moskalewicz studied history and philosophy of science at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan, University of California at Berkeley (2003) and Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (2005, 2007). In 2009 he defended PhD in philosophy of history in the „European Doctorate“ framework (cum laude).
Dr. Moskalewicz is interested in health care application of hermeneutic phenomenology and existential philosophy, a tradition that is regrettably fading away from our scientific worldview that treats human beings as machines rather than purposeful and responsible actors. His current research project concerns abnormal experiences of time, and its goal is to bridge clinical studies and philosophical reflection in order to create a map of lived time in mental illness.
Dr. Moskalewicz received two Marie Curie Research Fellowships (2005, 2007), Prime Minister of Poland Prize for the PhD (2010), Foundation for Polish Science scholarship (2011) and book prize (2012), Polish National Science Center research grant (2011-2013). He is the current Vice-President and former President of the German-Polish Society for the History of Medicine; member of Executive Commitee of Polish Phenomenological Association, and board member of the Warsaw based Res Publica Foundation, which works towards a more democratic and inclusive civil society in Poland.
Contact: moskalewicz at gmail