Andrzej TymowskiDirector of International Programs, American Council of Learned Societies, New York, USA


    • Ph.D., Yale University, political science
    • M.A., Yale University, international relations
    • M.A., Northwestern University, philosophy
    • B.A. Classics, John Carroll University, philosophy

    Membership in professional organizations

    • MAG Mezhnarodna Asosiatsiya Humanitarii, member of the council ASEEES Association for Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies

    Experience in organizing conferences

    • Convention of ASEEES-MAG, at Ukrainian Catholic University, (over 500 participants), co- organizer and chair of the program committee, June 2016
    • Seminar for Fellows in the Luce/ACLS Program in China Studies, New York (20), Organizer and Chair, , June 2016
    • Symposium on Buddhist Studies, organizer and chair Stanford University (30), September 2016
    • Public Seminar sponsored by MAG, “The Humanities and Democratization in Post-soviet Lands: What happened, What failed to happen, and What to do next?” (40 participants), Kiev, co-organizer, October 2014
    • Conference “Theater for Conflict Resolution: Participatory performance practices in East Africa and Eastern Europe,” (80 participants from Africa, Poland, and the USA), University of Warsaw, October 2014, organizer and chair
    • Manuscript Development Workshops for Fellows of the African Humanities Program, organizer and chair of workshop sessions
    • Forum for Reinvigorating the Humanities in Africa, University of South Africa (40 participants), organizer and chair, June 2014